Fire Speaks—Tibetan New Year Fire, Year of the Water Tiger
Casa Xiuhtecuhtli | Tepoztlán, Morelos, MX
March 12, 2022
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Celebrate a traditional Tibetan New Year

After a ceremony to honor the Tibetan New Year, Grandfather Fire will speak of the influence of The Year of the Water Tiger, then offer guidance by answering questions from the audience.

 

Traveling to Tepoztlán

To make your journey to and from Tepoztlán easier, Sacred Fire can help you arrange your ground transportation to and from the airport and your hotel reservation.  For more information about receiving this support, including information about required Covid protocols for event attendance and flying internationally, CLICK HERE .

 

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 600,000 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.

 

“His answer helped me more than the answer I was expecting.”
—Laura

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

 

 

 

 

 

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

3:30 pm: The day begins with registration and continues with:

  • Social time: Get to know each other and the local community.
  • Presentations and Q&A about Casa Xiuhtecuhtli (House of Fire in Nahuatl), the activities and events hosted on this Sacred Land and the significance of Fire Speaks and the Tibetan New Year.
  • Delicious sweet and savory tamales, coffee and atole for dinner (separate purchase, please bring pesos)

6:30 pm: Consecrate the Fire together

Community Offerings

Each year at the Tibetan New Year Audience we also have the opportunity to make special communal offering bundles which we will ´feed´ to Grandfather Fire. As we do so, we set our intentions and ask for blessings for our individual and communal endeavors. You are invited to bring copal, cacao and tobacco to contribute to these offerings. We can help purchase the copal and cacao here in Tepoztlán ahead of time if you let us know your needs at least a week before the event.

8:00 pm to 2:00 am: Audience with Grandfather

* All times are subject to change; please bring along your patience and flexibility

Saturday March 19th (For those who are still in the area)

6:30: Follow Up Fire: We meet again around the Fire to share our experiences, insights and take-a-ways from our time with Grandfather.

Price

$90 for non residents

$600 pesos for residents. Residents please register by emailing Ana Cortés at ana.jacaranda@gmail.com

Registration

To make your journey to and from Tepoztlán easier, Sacred Fire can help you arrange your ground transportation to and from the airport and your hotel reservation.  For more information about receiving this support, including information about required Covid protocols for event attendance and flying internationally, CLICK HERE .

 

Register Here

For more information

For more information, contact Ana Cortés at ana.jacaranda@gmail.com

Hosting Firekeeper(s): Erica Cohen, Jaime Vélez & Ana Cortés

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