Ritual is a vital human experience, as old as time.

It gives expression to our experiences, helps us process them, and connects us to something larger, something deeper, than ourselves.

But modern life leaves little space for ritual outside of formal - often remote - structures, like churches and synagogues. 

Personalized ritual empowers us to mark the events and passages of our lives in ways that are meaningful, supportive, and healing.  

 

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Ritual honors who we are and what we have experienced

 

 

Rituals for pregnancy loss help us to integrate important emotions and experiences that are invisible to others.

Miscarriage is a common reproductive experience, but women often feel isolated and alone. We are told how to feel about what we have experienced, and have little room to formally process our thoughts and emotions. 

After her own losses, Carrie knows how difficult it can be to work through experiences that our culture tends to ignore or define for us.

Well-meaning friends and family project their emotions onto us. It's often hard to find the sacred space needed to integrate these events into a new sense of self.

Creating meaning around these experiences is empowering, giving us a sense of control and spiritual authority in often unpredictable circumstances.  

Your personalized ritual will honor your experience. after a gentle, open conversation about your needs, carrie will do the work for you. she will create a customized ritual that will support you in your emotional process and help you move through your experience. 

your RITUAL CAN BE AS ELABORATE OR as SIMPLE AS YOU like. IT CAN BE SOLO OR WITH OTHERS. suggested ritual tools, such as candles or readings, will be provided to you.

contact carrie to inquire about a ritual for pregnancy loss, or for a ritual for any important experience in your life. 


This is what rituals are for. We do spiritual ceremonies as human beings in order to create a safe resting place for our most complicated feelings of joy or trauma, so that we don’t have to haul those feelings around with us forever, weighing us down. We all need such places of ritual safekeeping.
— Elizabeth Gilbert