“A ceremony is a powerful event that marks a change, usually a held space that allows growth and a deepening of understanding. As you flow through the ceremony you may have one or several rituals and then at the end of the ceremony, something within has changed.”
Gratitude and grief are both essential and need to be welcomed and honored, especially during the holidays.
Joseph Campbell describes the second stage of marriage as a place of alchemy, “of the two experiencing that they are one.” Taking the time to dance together can make that alchemy happen.
Even if you do not agree on hot-button subjects like politics, you can create a more harmonious interaction with your family using these affirmations.