Meet Rosy Tipper. She’s a prosperity figure I keep on my prosperity altar, and yes her name is an anagram of – wait for it — Prosperity.
I spent some time today working on a couple of projects. It’s time to re-energize, refresh, and re-do my prosperity altar, so I’ve been listening for what wants to be placed on it.
I have numerous little altars everywhere around my home. It’s very much part of how I honor the everyday sacred in my life.
One of the other things I’m working on is putting together a seasonal curriculum of classes to help others invite just such everyday-sacred into their lives in alignment with the natural rhythm of the year. Altars, archetypes, prosperity invitations, all sorts of wonderfulness wants to be shared and I’m keeping notebook and pen close by at all times so as not to miss any inspirations offered by Muse.
She was, after all, the one who suggested I make Rosy Tipper with one gold hand and one silver. It’s how I see my own hands energetically, and it certainly feels like the right energy to have represented on a prosperity figure.
Rosy Tipper means more than just an amusing anagram as well. It’s a delightful (to me) honoring of the work I do channeling The Sacred Rose Council. I sometimes feel like I’m offer little roses to people, tipping them so people can catch a whiff of the beautiful fragrance of their souls.
And Rosy Tipper also keeps watch over a little journal I keep on my altar connected to my practice of contributing to causes that are aligned with my values and joy. I like to think of those donations as rosy tips to those contributing to the love and light quotient of our beautiful world.
May we all be blessed with Prosperity!
Do you have a prosperity altar? Or some prosperity practices that delight you? Even if money issues are challenging, we all have abundant areas in our life where we are prosperous. What are yours? I’d love to hear.
I don’t have a prosperity alter but you sure do have me thinking. I love Rosy Tipper. Such a wonderful idea.
I’m such a big fan of touchstones and things that help me keep focused on the blessings in my life. Altars are one of the ways I make room for intention and gratitude.
I love her!
I’ve been very interested lately in making spiritual dolls. You’ve inspired me to rethink my prosperity altar.
I’m also so intrigued by what you say here about how you see your hands energetically. I think I’m going to become obsessed with discovering what color my hands are!
Oh I can’t wait to see what you create Lori-Lyn! And I have to laugh at your new obsession-in-the-works. It’s a lot more healthy than my current one with chocolate. 😉