Ritual Space

In order to initiate the liminal stage as an experiential state it is necessary that the participant be symbolically (and in most cases psychologically and/or physically) removed from the space of the everyday. The preliminal describes the first stage of the ritual process, determined by separation from everyday activities. Through ritual, this separation from the everyday enables an encounter with the threshold state of the symbolic ritual world. It is within the liminal stage ofthe ritual that symbolic transformation of the individual is understood to take place. The liminal is considered as a powerful state existing outside and beyond normative structures and is thus interpreted as both sacred and profane. The final, postliminal stage prepares the initiated individual to reintegrate back into the social order. (For example, the male child having undergone specific rites of passage is symbolically transformed and reintegrates into society as an adult male.) (Emoe, Clodagh. Reconsidering the Avant-Garde through Ritual)

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