Have you had a plant medicine or other psychedelic ceremony a week ago or even
a year ago that you are having difficulties integrating? It is often stated that the
real work begins when we go back into our daily life and work hard to embody the
lessons, the healings and the gifts of illumination we received while on a journey. Psychedelics are not magic tricks, (though I would indeed say they are quite magical!) rather they are wonderful tools for helping us to further understand ourselves, our ancestors, our connection to all that is and gain clarity on how to live more fully empowered and in love. Processing a psychedelic journey can feel lonesome and sometimes we need help assimilating what was seen, remembered and understood during this brave endeavor. Often, after such an experience, one feels radically different and even a little lost in the transformation. In our daily lives we spend so much time in our head space and a somatic session can be extremely supportive in getting out of the head and into the body. This process helps one to more deeply integrate the new acquired insights and wisdom from the experience into daily life and assists in preserving the spiritual connection felt in the journey space without needed the actual psychedelic. It would be a great privilege to facilitate a trauma informed, somatic psychedelic integration session for you, courageous spirit warrior!
Are you ready for a somatic session?
As each of us travel on our own sacred paths, we experience many
changes, shed many skins, and are continuously evolving our sense of
who we are, why we are here and where we wish to be headed on our
journey. Ritual adds deeper meaning and creative power to the experience
of living. When we embrace growth in a conscious way through ceremony
or ritual, it symbolizes the important transitions on our journey, honoring
our own unique path while simultaneously connecting to the collective
consciousness of all spirits that have traveled in human form. From this deep and profound place of interconnectedness, we can find strength, courage, reverence and community. It would be a true gift to support , witness and anchor in the energy of a particular transition for you. Each ceremony will be a co-creation of your vision and a unique unfolding of intuitive guidance. Ceremonies can be personal for the individual or crafted for a group to witness and/or participate in. I am both an ordained minister and a certified death doula. I will tailor your ceremony to YOU! It can be a couple of hours, a whole day or even an overnight personal retreat!
Honoring where you have been, where you are now, and where you are going
Weddings/Commitment Ceremony/Vow Renewal
Interfaith, non-denominational, and same gender
Divorce/Break Up Ritual
Every ending is a new beginning. Still have your wedding dress? Let's
get it messy! Perhaps you would like to make new vows - to yourself.
This ceremony is about cleansing and beginning again.
Focused on the soon to be mother, nurturing her
and surrounding her with the support of women
Opening the way to walk this earth journey supported by the
elements of nature, community, and spiritual family
Cleansing/Blessing Space Ritual
Recently moved into a new home or office? A cleansing ritual entails
using sacred plants, smoke and prayers to cleanse and release old,
negative energies, then call in fresh, positive and healing ones
Commitment to Spirit
Answering the call to walk a path of sacredness and selfless purpose
Commitment to a greater good. Trust in the wisdom of the Divine
A shedding or letting go of an aspect of the self, ancestral
pattern, or life phase. Death rite ceremony
Preparing for Death
support at the end of life for the soul transitioning and/or family members.
This ancient sacred ritual comes from the Quechua wisdom keepers in the Andes Mountains of Peru.
A Despacho is a living prayer focused on "anyi" or sacred reciprocity, where all individuals participate
in the blessings and offerings to Mother Earth in order to bring forth more balance, harmony and alignment. It is crafted with loving intention, often using beautiful flowers, stones, food and more. A Despacho can be created for celebrations or transitions of any kind and will o often be woven into any of the above ceremonies. Traditionally, once completed, the Despacho is buried or burned.
Are you ready for a sacred ceremony?