Days of the Dead
When special loved ones die we never want to forget them, instead we desire to remember them and often honor them by recalling their gifts to us. For many Latinos the tradition of Dias de los Muertos provides us with a period of several weeks during the end of October and beginning November to honor our dead with the creation of altars, family gatherings, and community celebrations. “We use this ceremony period to celebrate life and death by remembering and honoring loved ones who have died, and in the process we nurture the love and spirit connection within our circles of family and friends.” Because of the power of this tradition to foster more appreciative living, Roberto and associates facilitate ceremonies and provide workshops to instruct or engage persons from all cultures in experiencing this tradition. Contact for more information.