SURVIVOR CEREMONIES

In addition to End of Life ceremonies, I also offer services regarding surviving other types of Loss, such as:

 

*End of Serious Illness,

*End of Work-Career,

*End of Relationships,

*End of Addictions.


 

Collectively, such ceremonies are called “Survivor Ceremonies.” And in life, we have much to survive:

  • Illness,
  • Divorce,
  • Domestic Partner Dissolution,
  • Death of a loved one,
  • Job Loss, Downsizing, Relocations,  & Retirements,
  • Overcoming Addictions (drug, alcohol, etc.),
  • Loss of Animal companions, and more.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ As we  learn to face, cope, and survive everything that life throws our way, having Ceremonies to Recognize Survival & Loss have become increasingly popular in order that we may continue to envision our possibilities in Life and move toward them. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Survivor ceremonies are held at two key points:

  1. While you are going through the ordeal, such as a life-threatening illness.  This type of ceremony centers around thanking loved ones for their support and looking ahead to a better tomorrow.
  2. After you have come through a crisis, such as when a divorce is finalized.  This ceremony focuses on lessons-learned, analysis, and reflection.

Survivor ceremonies provide an opportunity for you to express yourself in a manner that is true to you and one that captures the essence of your survival.

By reaffirming the bond held with family and friends, there is a greater appreciation for your life, giving you the strength needed to face new challenges and future survival situations.

To Contact Me…

I will provide the most comforting and reassuring experience given your needs and circumstances.

Contact me in whatever manner is easiest for you, by email francis@significantceremonies.com, phone at 425.770.9243, or the easy to use contact form.  Let’s discuss how I can help you honor your journey.

Sincerely,

Francis Michael Lee
Celebrant, Officiant & Minister

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