Being eclectic allows me the freedom to worship God and Goddess in ritual in a way that feels natural to me. While I do follow many "normal" steps of ritual ceremony, I don't get hung up on figuring out what is "correct" and what is "wrong" (for example, altar placement, alignment of the pentacle, using an athame and/or wand). I incorporate what I understand and what best helps me focus on the ritual.
My ritual definitely evolved by both reading how different traditions perform (and why), and performing the rituals myself. I look fondly back on my first rituals, but wow did I struggle at first! :)
I find that not being a part of one formalized group has allowed me to develop my own take on things. Dont get me wrong, I enjoy other people, but I no longer have to modify my own beliefs. How has this modified my ritual? Not too much. I have done some work with other people, and have always found the result to be unsatisfying. But, I always enjoy hearing other peoples take on things, what has worked for them, and what hasn't. How did my being ecclectic beliefs evolve? My beliefs are grounded in a mish mash of western occultism, eastern philosophy and a dose of east Canadian practicality, so I believe I have all the bases covered. I am excited to have other view points.