Angels Landing Yoga and Healing -
About Fire Ceremonies
This ancient ceremony supports us in releasing limitations that are holding us back from living life in our highest potential, to share our gifts, passion, Joy and the wisdom that resides within each of us.
Fire Ceremonies allows for rapid transformation .The Fire provides the avenue to let go of the old stories and drama, and wounds. It allows you to transform, to renew and to be reborn. Through fire ceremony, you honor your lessons and old belief structures by placing them in the fire and turning them over to Spirit. By releasing these old patterns and beliefs into the fire, you heal deeply at the level of the soul.
During our Fire Ceremony we invoke the four directions, our ancestors, the Earth energies of Pachamama, the universe and the spirit of the fire. This ceremony offers a cleansing of your energy field and karmic patterns of long pending issues. Join us as we connect with the heartbeat of the Earth and sacred drum and rattle. This ancient ceremony promotes healing on all levels.
Before coming to the fire circle, create an offering out of burnable materials, typically a small stick, flowers, leaves, etc.  This can represent an issue or something that needs to be honored in order for you to let go of it. This offering serves to focus one’s attention in active meditation. The object can be decorated or left as is. Connect with what you are honoring, releasing, the Blessings in your life, or what you are envisioning into being. Using your breath, blow this intention or prayer into the offering several times.
One additional offering is then placed in the fire for the Mother Earth. It is typically called the “Pachamama” stick, or “Mother Earth” stick. Each person in the circle will blow their prayers for the planet into the offering before it is placed into the fire.
If you have a drum or a rattle please bring it with you. It is best to have one but not mandatory. There will be some offered for sale if you are interested and possibly an extra rattle or two to borrow.
Afterwards, we share blessings of food and friends. You may bring a small dish or snack to pass or a small love donation.