Aya Despatcho for One Who Passed Over
On February 2, an Aya (Death) Despatcho and ceremony was held for one who passed over. Family and friends gathered to honour and commemorate a life that taught the lesson "Value your Breath, it is Sacred".
Many hands helped to make this Despatcho, honouring what was lost, what potential was created, and giving thanks for this life. And also, how we can move towards our own highest destiny in this lifetime. The ashes of the fire the next day were suggesting wings.
Some participants described their experience this way:
t really was a lovely celebration of who we are, and who we lost. P L
Linda and Marlene, you are two of the warmest people I have ever known, your hugs heal, and I am glad to have been a part of such a lovely ceremony. M P
After this ceremony I rested most of the day but slept really good last night. First time in weeks and weeks I had good dreams!! It really was a beautiful ceremony of hope. C McG
The most beautiful thing I've ever attended. I have never experienced healing hugs quite like that before. So warm and heart felt. H
I keep seeing rainbows!!! With giggles.....J
What a great honoring for us all to be a part of this ceremony in celebration of death and of life. We all felt blessed and wonderful the remainder of weekend. C M