What do you see when you hear a story? It's so important to be able to get the right Ceremony when you lose a loved one as I understand this to be all part of the grieving process.
He too congratulated me on a job well done and said that I should consider going taking up being a Funeral Celebrant as a profession.
I have come to name these as waypoints because I believe they encourage reflection, encompass wisdom, and embody direction.
As a member of the council of the Institute of Civil Funerals she is passionate about the ongoing work to promote the value of trained civil celebrants all over the United Kingdom.
He has been a tutor on the Civil Funerals training course since 2003 and is involved with developing and presenting further ceremonies training.
So feel free to poke around, read a bit and why I truly, madly, deeply love this work; and then go ahead and acquaint yourself with this art form called celebrancy not to be confused with celibacy and what makes my work in the world especially special hint: you.