Come and participate in a beautiful fire ceremony. In the spirit of reciprocity, release something that no longer serving you into the fire and welcome a new quality in it's place.
AQ'ero Shamanic tradition in the High Andes of Peru.
We have come into our own with the Summer Solstice and now we approach Lammas, the first corn harvest. This fire is in gratitude for the corn we have reaped already and what is still ripening. Honouring the golden threads that connect to us all . Come and join us!
All fires are in Vert Woods (Laughton BN8 6BP) unless advertised otherwise or if it's raining, then the fire will be at Barn Croft BN7 3HF.
Sunday July 09 2017at 8.30 pm Vert Woods, BN8 6BP
If raining, please check with Ali (07528 614 747) where ceremony will be held.
Alternative address :
Barn Croft, The Street, Rodmell, East Sussex
Please bring a song, a poem to share, or a combustible offering like tobacco or herbs/incense - this can be a very magical part of the ceremony.
Alsowear warm clothing and bring snacks or a hot drink if you want to stay and chat afterwards. Please no alcohol consumption before you come. Friendly dogs and well behaved children welcome!.
Tickets £5to cover costs please.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, may you walk in beauty.
The transformational fire ceremony is done on the full moon of each month. Traditionally, one participated in a fire ceremony for approximately a three-year period before you began to do it for yourself. Then another three-year period was spent doing it alone (or with your teacher) before you attempted to do it for others. Until recently, this was the training process for this ceremony. Now, shamen say that there is ‘no time’ for this lengthy process – that the earth and our civilisation are in such great peril that students should begin to do the fire ceremony as soon as they are guided to do so.
If you would like to begin your own fire ceremonies, then please email email@example.com for more details.