Births, deaths, marriages, careers, moving home, ill-health, divorce, puberty, the menopause.
This short life is filled with points of transition which challenge us to find flow. Many of us feel out of touch with organised religion, or considered neurotic by medical ‘professionals’ as we navigate the upheavals of modern life in the urban jungle.
Our ancient ancestors stood at the threshold of life changes in ceremony to celebrate, anchor or make sense of complex emotions. Somewhere along the line, we lost our connection with these Earth-based traditions as they became engulfed by the concrete, traffic, hashtags and pixels of modern civilisation.
It’s time to reclaim the art of ceremony in the spirit of peaceful anarchy, away from the hierarchy of organised religion, government or whichever conduit decides to stand in the way of your connection with all that is.
Ceremony brings people together in community to draw power and inspiration from the present moment. Through this gateway we can touch another dimension, stop time and surrender to the authenticity of the moment.