Ceremony of Disposition:
The Final Goodbye
Whether you are planning for a committal ceremony at the cemetery – graveside, or for a ceremony of disposition – placing the urn at a columbarium or scattering ashes somewhere meaningful, this very moment will be your final goodbye to your loved one.
It will often be held more privately, and you want to make sure that the words spoken truly honour the deceased and his/her legacy. You also want a place – whether physical, or in your mind, to visit when you need to land your grief.
I will help you create a safe space where you can connect deeply with each and every one present – and with the person you are honouring, and find comfort in a powerful, heartfelt ceremony and remembrance rituals.
The Speech At A Funeral And
The Speech At The Committal
Don't Serve The Same Purpose
Graveside Ceremony or Disposition of the Ashes
More than ever before, families are at a loss on how to celebrate and honour a loved one who has passed. Whether you did not have a chance to say goodbye and the ability to have a funeral during the pandemic – and are now making arrangements for a disposition of the ashes ceremony, or you are planning for an upcoming funeral and want to deliver a speech at the burial – whatever your circumstances, I will help you create the most beautiful and inspiring committal or disposition of the ashes ceremony and rituals.
I studied how to write a ceremony of disposition – for anyone to have the ability to give a speech at a funeral, and also how to conduct a funeral ceremony. This means I will put my experience as a Life-Cycle Celebrant ® into this writing work for you, and develop a well-structured, easy-flowing committal ceremony or disposition of the ashes ceremony, with all the needed instructions and directions included in the script.
What Is The Process For Booking Writing Services? Speech at a Burial or Disposition of the Ashes Professional Writing
How do I create personal, heartfelt and moving committal ceremonies / ceremonies of disposition for my clients around the world?
First, no question is too small and you can bet on my responsiveness.
I have also developed a streamlined and straightforward onboarding process online so we can start working quick, because more often than not, time is of essence.
Once you have made the decision to have the ceremony you want without the overwhelm you don’t for your final goodbye to your loved one, and to entrust me with the writing of a truly healing ceremony of disposition, my focus will be 100% on creating a ceremony that will help you be in peace with your loved one’s passage from the world of the living to some other realm.
Tap (or click) this button to book writing services for a ceremony of disposition or scattering of the ashes, and secure our introductory Zoom Meeting at the date and time that is most convenient to you.
This is when we will meet, and talk about the honoree – as well as discuss the time frame for completing the ceremony writing and get it to you.
Upon scheduling our Zoom Meeting, a 20% retainer must be paid securely online by credit card, and you will automatically be receiving my service quote + contract by email; kindly review and accept the quote, which will prompt you to then e-sign the service contract. The balance of the fees will be due after our Zoom Meeting, to get the writing started.
After our 30-minute introductory Zoom Meeting to discuss the specifics of the funeral, and talk about your loved one, you will be receiving a follow-up questionnaire from me. This is for me to get a sense of who the deceased was, what is his or her legacy, as well as what your speaking style is. I will then use elements of our conversation and responses to the questionnaire to create a ceremony that will help you be in peace with your loved one’s passage from the world of the living to some other realm.
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