Whether your ceremony will involve you both in ending the relationship in a ceremonial way or just one of you gaining closure and release, a Divorce or Separation Ceremony can be very healing as it acknowledges what was, creates peace for the present and inspires hope for the future. If you have children, a Divorce or Separation Ceremony can help children understand that they are still loved and cherished by both parents, even though the family dynamic is changing.
Inclusions in the ceremony are as varied as your imagination.
If you are sharing the ceremony with your ex partner, perhaps you would like to light individual candles from a main candle and then blow out the main candle to symbolise the ending of the union and the beginnings of individual journeys.
If you are sharing the ceremony with your ex partner and your children, perhaps you might like to make vows together as parents to your children.
If you are not sharing the ceremony with your ex, you might like to make new vows to yourself or announce reverting to your maiden name.
Any way you choose to go, there are so many ways to make the ceremony special and unique and Margie is here to help you craft something that will help you acknowledge the change in journey meaningfully.
Margie’s Promises for your healing and hope-filled Divorce or Separation Ceremony
Your ceremony as you face a new future will be filled with promises you make to yourself – but for now, I have four promises to make with you.
- I promise to provide you with a professional service that will delight you and make both the ceremony preparations and the day feel meaningful.
- I promise you a ceremony that reflects who you are as an individual.
- I promise you a ceremony that is filled with healing and hope.
- I promise you a ceremony that is meaningful and memorable.