WHY COMMUNITY RITUALS
WHAT WE BELIEVE IN...
We believe that rituals are essential to our wellbeing and they bring us to the core of our humanness.
We regard the ability to create bespoke rituals to be so important and so rewarding that we have decided to not make any rituals at all - and instead we give the opportunity to you!
We believe in sharing our knowledge openly. Our ritual templates will always be available for free so that all communities can experience the power of rituals.
What we do is to create the circumstances in which you can make your own rituals: Mainly by designing ritual templates for you to make use of.
If you need support or feel that creating rituals is not your creative language: you are very welcome to give the opportunity back to us - we love making rituals and we are great at it.
COMMUNITIES ARE, WITHOUT QUESTION, CENTRAL TO HUMAN EXPERIENCE.
We make ritual frameworks for communities because it is through communities that we feel at home in this world. Our templates are focused on facilitating collective experiences that promote connection, sense-making and support.
We are driven by our innate curiosity to explore the ritual needs of contemporary communities.
Co-creation of ritual processes together with people who are keen on creating deep community engagement is what gives us energy and inspiration.
We would love our community (you!) to engage with us in this exploration: Have you noticed any needs for ritual in your community?
Join us on our quest to inspire DIY ritual making!
WHO WE ARE
Get to know us
Sacred Time Guide
Making room for substantial growth and development in encounters with others. That is what drives me. I believe that change and transformation is a joint process, which can best take place in connection with each other.
VIKTOR LYSELL SMÅLÄNNING
Together with my collaborators, I bring a unique tool kit of ritual, philosophy and creativity to help you cross thresholds and establish cohesion and rhythm in your work.
As a community alchemist, I believe in the transformational power of communities. Drawing inspiration from Filipino psychology, I believe that communities are the essence of our “loob” (our personality and character) and our “kapwa” (shared identity).