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Graduation Ceremony

Be Ceremonial’s unique platform helps you create a Graduation ceremony by choosing from our library of curated rituals to acknowledge your unique experience.

What is a Graduation Ceremony?

A graduation ceremony helps someone acknowledge the transition from one chapter to the next. It includes personalized and meaningful rituals to move through this time of change with intention.

A graduation ceremony can be for anyone who is graduating and wants to mark this time of transition with meaning. It can be for a child graduating from one grade to the next, a teenager moving from high school to university, someone graduating from university, or even someone completing a course or workshop.

Why is it Important?

Graduation ceremonies are important because they invite us to take stock of where we’ve come from, pause in the moment to notice where we are, and set intentions for where we want to go.

Graduation ceremonies are more than just photo ops and fancy attire. They are rituals of passage that acknowledge the past, celebrate the present, and propel graduates towards a future filled with purpose and possibility. It’s more than an ending; it’s also a powerful beginning.

How do I create a Graduation ceremony?

However you choose to acknowledge this time of transition, our app will guide you through the process. You can choose to create a ceremony on your own, with a friend, or as a group. You can even gift this experience to someone you care for.

With hundreds of universal rituals to choose from, our app offers something for everyone. Simply follow our ritual framework to create a ceremony unique to you.

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