Fire Speaks: An Audience with Grandfather Fire
Sage Ranch Park | Simi Valley, CA
May 15, 2021
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Wisdom from the dawn of creation.


Ancient legends and sacred texts tell similar stories: when the human people faced tremendous challenges, Divine spirits would sometimes take physical form and offer the people guidance. Such a thing can be difficult for a Western mind to comprehend. But the pressures people face today have been building for a long time. From climate change to extreme social polarization to Covid, peoples’ need for guidance is so great it constitutes a “sacred essential.”

That’s why 20 years ago, the timeless essence of Fire began speaking to people everywhere through Don David Wiley, an elder medicine person in the Huichol tradition of Mexico. “Grandfather Fire” has spoken with thousands of people  who come to hear timeless wisdom and guidance about how to approach life’s challenges with courage and inner balance. Grandfather’s counsel and teachings help people move beyond fear and confusion so they can live Heart-aware lives of meaning and purpose.

Living from Heart is a fundamentally different way of approaching the world.

Grandfather Fire’s stories and lessons about the dynamic interplay of Heart and Mind have changed the lives of people all over the world. 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.

Release your expectations and open your heart to Divine guidance, from the source.


This special event is held at Sage Ranch Park in Simi Valley

Located high in the Simi Hills between the San Fernando and Simi Valleys at the Los Angeles-Ventura county line, 625-acre Sage Ranch Park provides some of the most beautiful trails in the area. Park features include massive sandstone rock formations, expansive views, ample parking, an outdoor amphitheater with views of the spectacular outcroppings, picnic tables, and toilet facilities.

Read more information about Sage Ranch Park 

COVID-19 has impacted all of us in many ways.

Sacred Fire is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our community, volunteers and their families. Your health and safety are important to us, and this event will comply with all local Covid restrictions. We have outlined safety procedures in our effort to ensure a safe environment. Our ceremony will be outdoors with plenty of space to maintain physical distancing. Event leaders will walk you through a process to ensure we enjoy our time together and prioritize everyone’s safety. Please review the COVID-19 guidelines that will be in effect for this event here.


  • 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.


4:30 – 6:00 pm: Arrive early for hiking, picnic dinner (bring your own).

6:00 – 7:30 pm: Check- in

7:30 – 8:30 pm: Orientation: Why Fire now? How does Sacred Fire move in the world?

8:30 – after midnight: Audience with Grandfather Fire


$100 Adult early bird ends on April 21st

$130 Adult regular

Children under 14 are FREE


Registration is now open.

Seating is limited. If the event fills you will be put on the waiting list and contacted if a spot opens up.

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For more information, contact Diane Foley at

The hosting Firekeepers for this event are Alan & Amanda Kerner

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