Next to death, change is perhaps the only thing that is inevitable. Whether you're a devotee who is facing a change in living circumstances, a former devotee embarking on a new spiritual path, or a non-devotee who has found yourself in possession of Santa Muerte artifacts, you might be wondering how to handle your collection of Santa Muerte paraphernalia when you no longer want or need the items in your life.
In this post, I'll discuss some of the common questions I get regarding taking down an altar to Santa Muerte, including what to do with altar pieces you don't want or need.
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