Join us this week as we focus on the theme of “Give Yourself a Break,” inspired by the pop-culture holiday of Festivus…for the rest of us!
Learn more about the Festival of Hope:
The days are getting shorter, the nights are growing longer and the year-end rituals that usher us into a new year will be impacted by our current global situation. How will we make our way through this unprecedented year with our sense of hope and our emotional and physical well being intact?
We will make our way through the remaining challenges of 2020 and into the new year, together.
Soaring Spirits Festival of Hope is a FREE year-end program that we are offering not only to our widowed community, but to all of their friends and family, too. The Festival of Hope will be an uplifting celebration of diversity, meaningful traditions, and the power we each have to choose hope not only over fear, but in the face of fear. During the Festival of Hope we will walk together, hand in hand through the last seventeen weeks of 2020. We will step into the first week of 2021 as one beautifully inclusive community.
The Festival of Hope by the numbers…
- 10 worldwide traditions/religions recognized
- 18 weeks of programming including events, musical experiences and recipes
- 20 individual year-end rituals explored
- 36 shareable tips and quotes designed to uplift and support you as we head into 2021
- 54 uplifting videos to watch again and again
- Unparalleled possibilities for inclusivity and connection
- Unlimited access to HOPE
This is the Festival of Hope.
This is Soaring Spirits year-end gift to our global community. Join us. We created this program just for you.
The Festival of Hope will explore and celebrate: *Rosh Hashanah *Fall Equinox *Yom Kippur *Canadian Thanksgiving *Journaling to Process Emotions *What will you plant? *Halloween *Dia de los Muertos *Veteran’s Day *Diwali* Creating a Gratitude Practice* *Developing a Kindness Practice US Thanksgiving *Makahiki *Festivus for the rest of us *Chanukah *Winter Solstice *Christmas *Kwanzaa *New Year*Three Kings Day
Our intention is to support YOU through the holidays and rituals during which you may be especially missing your person,and during a time when you may not have access to your usual avenues of support and encouragement.
Registration is open now, FREE of charge, and available to anyone who would benefit from this type of support. Feel free to share this event with your friends and families! We would love to encourage and uplift as many people as possible with this inclusive, meaningful, community event.