According to the good ol Merriam-Webster: “A ritual is a sequence of activities involving gestures, words, actions, or objects, performed in a sequestered place and according to a set sequence.”
Whatever it is, ritual can be seen in a wide variety of symbolic behaviours and are incredibly common regardless of where – or when – you are on the earth.
In this week’s episode of the Creative Introvert, I’m taking a look at ritual. More specifically: how we can add a sense of ritual to our creative process and by doing so, imbue our daily lives with more meaning.
If you would like to go deeper with this ritual business, I’ve got a special preview of Season 2 of the Seeker and the Skeptic to share with you, where myself and my co-host Rebecca share some ideas for how to create your own ceremony (what I’m calling a fancier form of ritual!)
To download the accompanying guide pdf which also contains a summary of the main elements of ceremony, some questions to ask before designing a ceremony and some symbolic correspondences, and to watch the video itself, simply add your name and email address below:
1) Have a start time
2) Have an end time
3) Prepare your self
4) Prepare your environment
5) Eliminate distraction
6) State your intention
Questions to ask yourself (and write the answers!)
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