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Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) Service - Honoring Your Ancestors and Guides

The Day of the Dead or El Día de Los Muertos is a Mexican celebration of dead ancestors which occurs on November 1 and November 2, right alongside the festivals of Halloween/Samhain and All Souls Day. This holiday celebrates our dearly departed joyfully with families going to graves and cleaning them and decorating them with ofrendas (offerings) of food, booze, toys, sweets, and marigolds which attract the souls of the dead to their offerings. One standard traditional supply is the sugar skull placed in the offering to welcome the spirit's return. They are vibrant and happy, decorated with glitter and sequence, and cheerful. These are offered in remembrance of the sweetness in life and of the dearly departed's life and as a symbol of life and death. Typically families will write the name of the departed on the skull and then pass it around ad eat it. 


This service honors the spirits around you, celebrates those who have gone before you, welcome them with your light, and keeps their memories alive with happiness and Love. 


You will have one candle prepared and lit in your name and or petition.

Offerings and prayers will be made to your ancestors and guides so that they can provide you with spiritual guidance, good fortune, abundance, protection, health, loving relationships, and a happy home.


This is a two-day service! 

November 1st and 2nd.


To participate, please leave your intention or goal in the Notes section upon checkout. Pictures and a report from the service will be e-mailed to you. Service reports can take about a week or longer after the service to be sent.


Disregard the download. reports can take up to a week to longer,

Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) Service - Honoring Your Ancestors and Guides

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