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Wonderful! Even not sure to understand your request.
Maybe one example: Wherever you put an altar one does it with naturally respect and so in a clean place. As it represent the purity of body speech mind is it very easy to do so.
A table is okay but you should be lower than Tara. She must be higher than your head when you sit down in front.
If you have no shrine room, it can be placed in another room. Only always with respect and not at the end of your bed, put it on the head.
Keep the table only for your altar and Mickey Mouse need not at the same table. That one can nicely in the bed.
Small fresh (daily) water pots (seven) and offered candles, flowers, incense, food must be kept fresh and clean as well.
Loter Yangchenma: *Om Tare Tuttare Ture Prajna Hrim Hrim Svaha*.
*Om Ah Hung* Prostration.
Recognize that all the beings' flaws are unreal - mere confused and impermanent appearances, because actually the Buddha Nature is originally perfect.