Category: April 2019
Registration is open for Fire Speaks in Asheville (NC, USA) May 25, 2019 and Las Tine an Chroí (Light Up Your Heart) in Galway, Ireland June 14-16, 2019. The respective communities are putting a lot of heart into creating a warm welcome, including family-friendly activities, entertainment and yummy food. The opportunity to receive divine guidance and the transformative effect of Fire in this way is rare, precious and time-limited. Please join us!Read More
Calling all men to come together, to discover our unique capacities, to strengthen our inner knowing and to support each other in moving forward for the benefit of family, community and the world. There is still time to register for the May 31 – June 4 Ukilái: Annual Gathering of Men in Moab, Utah. Let us take a moment to listen to our hearts: is this the moment for us to gift ourselves this special opportunity, led by don David Wiley? Who do we know who would benefit from this experience?Read More
In the center, always, the dancing flames — mesmerizing, mysteriously renewing, inspiring and recalibrating the lives of the humans who are sharing their stories, successes and concerns; their laughter, tears and anger too. Slowly but surely, those gathered are remembering what it is to be in right relationship –- with each other, and with the other-than-human too.
See what Robin, Mark, Debbie, Carlos, Jenny, and Sally have to say about their experience attending Sacred Fire community fires. And if you have a Fire Story of your own, we’d love for you to share it with us.Read More
Do you enjoy the Fire Stories that we feature in our Sacred Fire newsletter and social media? Collecting them-–talking to Sacred Fire community members, Firekeepers and Lifeways providers around the world-–is a wonderful way of sharing the warmth of human relationships, no matter where we live on this beautiful planet. Our Sacred Fire Outreach team is hoping to welcome an editorial assistant who can help us with building our Fire Stories library. This could be accomplished in a maximum of four volunteer hours per month. Feel called?Read More
According to the Tibetan Buddhist calendar, each year resonates with one of twelve animals plus one of the five elements, Earth, Fire, Water, Metal and Wood. February 5, 2019 marked the beginning of The Year of the Earth Pig. Grandfather Fire has granted an audience in Tepoztlán, Mexico in honor of the Tibetan New Year every year since 2002. 2019’s audience happened on March 3, during which the lucky crowd heard about the important qualities of the year ahead.
Characteristics associated with Pig were mentioned: pigs are reliable, intelligent, hardworking, with strong energy and determination but without a very strong creative expression. They are willing to take on projects and work on them even if these are somewhat boring. Pig energy includes honesty, optimism and enjoyment of material things that can be held and appreciated.Read More
Part 2: Firekeepers, I Love You for Giving Voice to the Voiceless
If you spend time around the Sacred Fire, you’ve experienced the specialized work of a trained Firekeeper. In her second Love Letter to Firekeepers, Erin Everett speaks for many of us when she offers appreciation to these dedicated volunteer space-holders who hold fires every month in their 50 communities in 7 countries. They make this sacrifice so that we can gather to share, laugh, and be transformed by the medicine of Fire like human beings have always done.After you listen to Love Letter 2, please take a moment to listen to Erin’s first Love Letter, which is about how much Sacred Fire Firekeepers value relationships. Read More
- Hot News
- Fire Stories
Sparks: Coming Soon
Around the Fire
Around the Fire is the newsletter of Sacred Fire and is published monthly.
If you’re new to Sacred Fire, here are three ways to learn more:
- Find a local Fire and experience it first hand.
- Visit our web site.
- Subscribe to Around the Fire and discover more about our deep community.
- Follow us on social media (see footer of page)
Around the Fire is published by the Sacred Fire Outreach team: