Be Ceremonial

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Stories from our community that showcase how ritual and ceremony can be woven into our life and death experiences.

Ceremony Stories

My Crone Ceremony

We live in a culture that has reduced the archetype of Crone to a scary and solitary figure of a woman past her usefulness. We have also lost much of our knowledge and capacity for meaningful ceremony and ritual to mark life transitions.

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Ceremony Stories

A Stillbirth Ceremony

We moved through the ceremony creation process slowly, giving the parents time to sit and connect with each section and choose rituals that felt meaningful and right for their baby and their living children.

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Ceremony Stories

Holding Space For Grief

I believe we all know how to show up for people at the end of life, we just need to be reminded. I want to empower people to really trust themselves, to trust that they intuitively know how to do this.

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Our Values

Our Ceremony Acknowledgment

As white, cisgendered settlers, we acknowledge the complicated history and relationship people have with ritual and ceremony. We acknowledge the harm that has been caused by white colonizers and we commit to unlearning and relearning how to be in good relationship with a ceremonial practice.

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