This is where we share resources, rituals, education and stories from our community to showcase how ritual and ceremony can be woven into moments and milestones across the life cycle.
While Father’s Day can be filled with love and celebration, for those with more complex experiences of fatherhood, the day itself can hold many complicated emotions.
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Helen Grymaloski is an End of Life Doula and Artist in Vermilion Bay, Ontario. She used Be Ceremonial to create a Virtual Crone Ceremony to acknowledge the importance of a milestone birthday and to help initiate her into this next chapter of life with friends from afar.
Whether you’re planning a Celebration of Life for yourself or a loved one, we’ll go through everything you need to know about how to make this ceremony unique and meaningful, including a few samples of the hundreds of secular rituals we offer.
Be Ceremonial’s Legacy Jar ritual gave me new insight into the power of ceremony as I helped plan a Celebration of Life for a friend. This is a fantastic resource, especially those who work in the end of life space.
by Jo-Anne Haun, Death Doula Network of BC
Cold plunging, also known as cold water therapy, is an ancient ritual that is widely practiced by many cultures and gaining popularity for its wide variety of wellness benefits. Learn how to turn cold plunging into a ritual that nourishes your mind, body, and soul.
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.