We all know solar panels and recycling are not enough

Many societies of people throughout time have lived in balance. How do they do it? By cultivating awareness of the cycles of life, the gifts of community and respect for all our relations, the deep sustainability we all long for can be achieved. This cultivation is the source of wisdom for humans.

We all know solar panels and recycling are not enough.
Many societies of people throughout time have lived in balance. How do they do it? By cultivating awareness of the cycles of life, the gifts of community and respect for all our relations, the deep sustainability we all long for can be achieved. This cultivation is the source of wisdom for humans.  It’s what Sacred Fire Asheville is all about.

You’re invited to a rare special event, hosted by Sacred Fire Asheville, on Saturday July 21, 2018.

Fire Speaks: An Audience with Grandfather Fire
Sacred Fire Asheville
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In difficult times, an ageless ally is still here to help.
In indigenous cultures, when the need for community guidance is urgent, such as when a situation of great imbalance exists, there exist traditions of an individual being selected for Divine to speak through—so the guidance can be heard clearly.

Now is such a time.
In many original traditions in the Americas, the spirit of Fire is known as “Grandfather Fire.” Since 1999, Grandfather Fire has been making appearances at Sacred Fire gatherings around the world. He has chosen a Huichol shaman, don David Wiley, to be his spokesperson.

In a ceremonial setting, we invite Grandfather to share his guidance.
Grandfather is wise, funny, provoking, and astonishingly insightful. An evening with the elemental spirit of Fire is an opportunity to ask our most pressing questions about the mysteries of life and to deepen our connection with the sacred. Being in Grandfather’s presence can inspire us to manifest deeper courage in meeting the challenges of our lives.

In difficult times, an ageless ally is still here to help.
In indigenous cultures, when the need for community guidance is urgent, such as when a situation of great imbalance exists, there exist traditions of an individual being selected for Divine to speak through—so the guidance can be heard clearly.

Now is such a time.
In many original traditions in the Americas, the spirit of Fire is known as “Grandfather Fire.” Since 1999, Grandfather Fire has been making appearances at Sacred Fire gatherings around the world. He has chosen a Huichol shaman, don David Wiley, to be his spokesperson.

In a ceremonial setting, we invite Grandfather to share his guidance.
Grandfather is wise, funny, provoking, and astonishingly insightful. An evening with the elemental spirit of Fire is an opportunity to ask our most pressing questions about the mysteries of life and to deepen our connection with the sacred. Being in Grandfather’s presence can inspire us to manifest deeper courage in meeting the challenges of our lives.

Price

$88 – Adult standard rate
$111 – Adults standard rate PLUS a contribution to our support fund, helping others to attend
$65 – Discount rate for Young Adults (15-25 yrs) or Seniors (65 yrs and over)
$15 – Children (10-14 yrs)
Free – Children (< 10 yrs)

Camping
For those coming from afar, camping options are available Friday and Saturday nights, including an optional breakfast Sunday morning:

$10 – Camping Friday Night
$10 – Camping Saturday Night
$10 – Breakfast Sunday Morning

If you are unable to attend but want to help someone else receive this experience, you can click here to send money to our support fund via PayPal so we can assist those who need further support. This contribution is not tax deductible, but will be a great help to others. Be sure to make a note of what your payment is for and mark it for friends and family. Thank you, your generosity is greatly appreciated.

Registration

Late registration
There is still time to register, but our dinner catering cut off is Wednesday, July 18. After that date your food preferences won’t be taken account for the catered meal. Practically, this means that you will need to bring your own meal if you have special dietary requirements. (Please note that the catered meal is entirely gluten-free.)

Once you register you will receive further details and directions by email.

This is a family friendly event—people of all ages and stages of life welcome. Onsite camping Friday and Saturday night is available. If you camp, be sure to bring your own food and gear—water, showers, and an outhouse are available, but we have no kitchen facilities.

Learn more about the venue and host for this event, Sacred Fire Asheville, and the beautiful land where you’ll be spending your time.

Schedule

  • Arrival and Check In: 11 am – 1 pm
  • Opening Ceremony and Orientation: 1:30 pm
  • Afternoon of connecting and listening: music, dancing, hiking, games, playfulness
  • Delicious Catered Dinner with dietary options for everyone: 6 – 7:30 pm
  • Grandfather Fire: 8 pm – 1 am
  • Sunday Breakfast (optional add-on): 9 am – 11 am

For more information

For more information, contact the registration team at FireSpeaks2018@nullsacredfireasheville.org