Anxiety, Rituals and Ceremonies


This week, Lynn Trotta (one of my favorite humans) shares with us the magic of reducing our anxiety by including more ritual and ceremony in our lives. Whether you consider yourself religious, spiritual or none of the above, I think you’ll find ritual can be included in what you already do – without even changing your daily schedule or a committed amount of time.

What you’ll learn in less than 30 minutes:

What a cultural orphan is

  • How ritual and ceremony can change the anxiety we experience
  • How to include ritual in your everyday – without scheduling or adding to your list
  • The importance of ceremony in our lives
  • How to create a ceremony for yourself

Listen in!



Can’t hear it here? Listen to it on Soundcloud here.

Learn more about the Weekend of Ceremony here.

About Lynn:

Lynn Trotta is a naturalist, certified life-coach, celebrant,  Archetype junkie, and facilitator of rites of passage for women.  She loves to play with people where the wild things are, because if you stay long enough, you’ll fall in love with the magic of the planet and yourself.

The boring bits… After getting a degree in Biology, she dove head first into studying mentoring and cultural repair with a variety of teachers and elders. Lynn said good-bye to the usual career path and co-founded the Sagefire Institute with her husband, Michael, in 2005, and they’ve been leading transformational experiences for children and adults ever since.

Weekend of Ceremony:

Connect with Lynn:

Go to Lynn’s website and you can connect with her there. She’ll be happy to speak with you and you’ll love her.

Sagefire Institute Website.

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