Grandfather Fire Speaks—Hancock, NH
Sargent Center | Hancock, NH, US
Labor Day Weekend (US) | Sun, Sept. 4 2022
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Release your expectations and open your heart to Divine guidance

Grandfather Fire’s stories and lessons about the dynamic interplay of Heart and Mind have helped people find a new way to relate to the world and its challenges. He cuts through doubt, confusion and illusion with a long-view perspective that delivers tried-and-true ways to find connection, compassion, learning, growth and healing. He’s wise, funny, provoking and astonishingly insightful.

This event brings New England guidance and antidotes to the confusion and disconnection that can arise when people drift away from living from the heart.

 

For over 20 years, Grandfather Fire—called “Tatewari” by Mexico’s Indigenous Huichol people—has been sharing teachings, sacred stories and life guidance with people all over the world. Find out more information about this phenomenon here.

Grandfather Fire has been a friend and teacher to humans for 800,000 years. Spending an evening with Him can be a life-changing event. You are invited to come sit around a sacred fire and receive Grandfather Fire’s wisdom and counsel as He answers our questions.

 

“What you experience with Grandfather is like an education for your soul.”
—Todd

“Wow, there were so many things I liked, and that I am still processing and absorbing. I liked the pace of the event, the location and the care that was given to all the participants. Thank you for sharing this experience!”
—Nancy

 

The Sacred Story of Mt. Monadnock

Grandfather Fire requires that those who wish to hear the Story of Mt. Monadnock prepare themselves to receive this sacred story in a very special way.

Everyone who registers for and attends the Fire Speaks event will be present for Grandfather’s guidance about life, relationships, and healing. But in order to hear the story, you will want to join us  for the full weekend event Sept. 2-5 for a preparatory sweat lodge ritual, which is required for those who hear the sacred story. Lodging and food will be available on site.

 

COVID-19 NOTICE

Sacred Fire is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our event attendees, volunteers and their families. This event will comply with all local Covid restrictions, which may include limited seating. For additional guidelines read our procedures)

 

Featuring

  • Grandfather Fire

    Grandfather Fire—Traditional cultures throughout the Americas have long known Fire to be a wise and loving presence. Many Aboriginal and First Nations peoples call the Spirit of Fire Grandfather. During Fire Speaks audiences, traditional healer Don David Wiley lends his body so the Spirit of Fire can answer questions from those who come to hear His stories and wisdom.  Spending time with Grandfather Fire and his teachings about living life from Heart has helped thousands find clarity and courage to meet life’s challenges in a new way. Grandfather Fire is wise, funny, provoking, and profoundly insightful. Spending an evening with Him is a unique opportunity to ask your most pressing questions about life’s mysteries and deepen your connection with the sacred spirits of the natural world.

Schedule

Friday evening, we arrive for a weekend of ceremony and community building.

Saturday, we spend the day preparing for and participating in our sweat lodge ceremony.

Sunday, we’ll integrate our experience and prepare for the evening with Grandfather Fire. At the conclusion of the audience with Grandfather, he will tell the story to those who have prepared to hear it.

Monday, we depart,  nurtured in so many ways.

Price

Plans and pricing are being finalized. Register to receive complete event information when registration opens using the Tell Me More button below.

Registration

Use the link below to receive full event information and a notice when registration opens

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For more information

For more information, contact Tell Me More (button, left) or Chris Griffin at newenglandfire@sacredfire.org

Hosting Firekeeper(s): Chris Griffin

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