Choose Your Own Ritual Adventure
Be Ceremonial is the world’s first DIY ceremony creation app, empowering you to create a ceremony that helps you acknowledge a time of change in your life.
What Is Ceremony?
A ceremony is a series of rituals meant to support, guide and inspire you during a moment of change or time of transition in life. A ceremony can help you acknowledge a personal experience in an intentional, meaningful way.
Rituals are important to our mental health and wellness because they provide us with an opportunity to express what we’re feeling, gain a sense of agency, and acknowledge change on our own terms.
Ceremonies We Offer
We offer DIY ceremonies that span the life cycle, from beginning of life to end of life to everything in between. With a focus on grief and loss, we believe that rituals are in our bones, we simply need to remember how to access them.
Every ceremony we offer has 30+ secular or universal rituals to choose from, each one designed to help you process an experience or time of change in a way that is meaningful to you.
The Gift of Ceremony
When someone is going through a time of change or a period of grief, we don’t always know what to do or say. Giving them the gift of ceremony reminds them that they can acknowledge their experience in their own way.
You can guide them through the experience or let them choose their own rituals. You can even source some of the items they’ll need to add to the gift experience.
The importance of a divorce ritual
This is our guide to creating a divorce ceremony that feels like you, including rituals that will help you let go of what was, find contentment with what is, and plant seeds for what you hope will be.
A 40th Milestone Birthday Ceremony
Nicole Sammut created a Closing the Year ceremony to say goodbye to her 30s and welcome her 40s in true ritual style.
Reclaiming your birth story
Reclaim your birth story by taking the time to pause, reflect, and be intentional with how you remember and share your birth experience. It can be very beneficial for your own mental health as you transition into parenthood.