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Death is a deep and sacred mystery that cannot be fully understood, but with a well thought out ceremony you can experience your connection to this pivotal event in a more profound and meaningful way. Death ends a life not a relationship. Acknowledging someone's life creates an opening to either say thank you publicly, to forgive and let go quietly, or simply to say good bye as a community.
A well constructed memorial ceremony can help bring closure, hopefully with more insight and awareness of our own life. Deborah Belaus will not only include their name and resume, but in a respectful way honor the deep essence of that person. An authentic portrayal of the individual takes collaboration from others, such as the family members and friends. With this collaboration , we will find a common thread to weave throughout the creation of the ceremony. Deborah Belaus will gracefully hold sacred space for you to honor your loved one. She will create a framework where you can transition mindfully and purposefully as possible. The highest honor you can give to someone's life is to pay tribute to a life lived.
Deborah is a Life Cycle Celebrants, creative ceremony designer and ordained minister. She is highly trained in the art of ritual, ceremony, world and faith traditions, ceremonial writing, public speaking and presentation. Her speciality is merging the traditional with a contemporary flair. She honors all beliefs and traditions. Deborah is forward thinking, intuitive and sensitive to all parties involved. She is always humbled to officiate for an End of Life Memorial.