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Scattering Ashes To The Heavenly Winds Of Sedona Brings Closure To Families In Mourning
Ashes to the Wind of Sedona is an answer for many who are uncertain about how and where to dispose of human remains...
High above the spiritual red rock mountains of Sedona, AZ, Ashes to the Winds conducts a dignified aerial ash scattering memorial.
Sedona is known worldwide for its serene beauty and its spiritual nature. As one of God’s most beautiful places on earth, Sedona offers a blessed surrounding to scatter ashes to its heavenly winds.
“The inspiration for this business was the desire to connect the beauty of Sedona with the need to accept the inevitable with dignity and grace. Through the process of scattering ashes, one’s human remains are returned to the earth and their soul is set free for all of eternity.” say owner, Robert John.
“There has been a dramatic change in our social values relating to death and how we mourn the passing of a beloved. The traditional funeral home service is becoming a relic of the past. The emotional importance of a full funeral services including the casket, cemetery burial service plus all the arrangements once a ritual, can now be a nightmare of costs and decisions.” John says.
Cremation has become today’s alternative for people of all ages and religions as a way to finalize the aftermath of a person’s life.
In the past, cremation was seldom considered an option, now nearly 30% of America’s deceased are currently cremated and that figure should double by 2025 according to the Cremation Association of North America, http://www.cremationassociation.org.
As the number of cremations dramatically increases yearly, the desire to properly scatter the cremated ashes has become a concern. When families and friends live nearby, scattering of ashes is generally a private memorial attended by loved ones of the deceased. Pre-planners leave directives where they want their ashes scattered, while others see ash scatterings as an environmental statement. For them, “it’s the green way to go.”
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As increasing number of people are using ash scattering services along with Online Memorials and networking sites, blogs and Facebook, as ways of showing love and respect for the deceased. Online Memorials are a relatively new, but are rapidly becoming a culturally accepted way of connecting and sharing thoughts, pictures and videos of the departed.
Ashes to the Winds of Sedona, furnishes a certificate documenting the time and date when the loved one’s ashes were scattered and GPS co-ordinances so future memorials may be held in the exact same location. Also pet memorials services are available and performed with the same respect and dignity provided for any soul who has lived and has been loved by us.
For more information on ash scatterings, visit www.ashestothewind.com
If you’d like more information about this topic, email firstname.lastname@example.org / www.ashestothewinds.com / 877-722-9750