TheCeremonialist.Earth Creates Ceremonies to Honor Life’s Transitions
In this Voices.Earth podcast interview, we speak with Georgia Wall, the founder of TheCeremonialist.Earth, a website for the services she offers around creating ceremonies to mark and honor key life transitions.
From a birth, marriage, and divorce to a graduation, and even death, there are many milestones in one’s life that are worthy of honoring through ceremonies.
By marking these life transitions, it helps people to fully mourn, heal, and feel more connected to life’s diverse experiences. In many ways, ceremonies are essential in today’s world where many people are disconnected from each other, and our planet.
To help manage these important milestones in life, Georgia Wall works in the specialized medium of transitions and time, ceremony and composition. As a ceremonialist, she is commissioned by individuals, groups and communities to create ceremonies that are grounded in deep conversation, listening, reflecting and imagining.
Georgia was naturally drawn to the .Earth domain, which she uses to promote her services on TheCeremonialist.Earth.
“The domain goes back to the idea of ceremonies as a mode of linking us all together,” said Georgia. “I see myself as a facilitator and guide, and my service is to help people find the right ceremony that exists within them, and this is a universal truth within all of us. The .Earth domain opened up a space for this.”
Following are highlights from our interview:
- About The Ceremonialist. (:55)
- Why are ceremonies important to humanity? (1:40)
- About the ceremony services offered. (2:47)
- How COVID-19 has impacted ceremonies. (4:45)
- Why Georgia chose a .Earth domain. (6:45)
- What the future holds for ceremony efforts. (7:30)
To learn more about The Ceremonialist, please click here. In addition, if your organization helps people and communities to honor life’s major milestones, and would like to use a .Earth domain name, please click here.
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