The Firewalk ceremony is a symbolic rite of passage into a new way of being. Just as wildfires in nature burn away the dead and lifeless debris of the land and fertilise it with ash, leaving space for sunlight and rain to reach the seeds of new growth, so the firewalk allows us to release energetic and emotional burdens to the Fire, and make way for new beginnings. Participants will have the uplifting experience of making a physical commitment to their chosen path forward – clarifying their vision for the future, and gathering all their courage, passion and focus into taking that first step towards it, knowing that – as in life – there are risks involved and fears to be faced in order to make dreams come true.
In the moment of choosing to walk on fire, we give ourselves an opportunity to affirm our trust in our own power and magic, to demonstrate our ability to use our fear for transformation, and to rekindle our passion for our visions of what could be.
Lammas is traditionally a harvest time, a moment of abundance and gratitude in the year, as we pause to appreciate what our hard work has brought us, and give thanks for the natural world and its many wonders.
£65pp / £55 each joint booking (must book 2 or more places)
- due to the nature of this experience, opportunities for photography are limited and will be outlined on the evening.
- firewalks will be held in accordance with any social distancing or other restrictions in force on the day of the event, if applicable. Updated details will be confirmed nearer the time - please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have any questions.
- we have a general 'no spectators' rule for firewalks at Tir na nOg. Past experience has shown that non-participants can be a distraction and sometimes a detraction for our firewalkers! Thank you for your understanding :)