Kindling the Heart July 28 2022
An Online Experience of Fire
Thurs, July 28 7-9pm EDT | 4-6pm PDT | Friday, July 29 9-11am AEDT
A Time-Tested Way to Soothe and Nurture Your Soul
The complexity of modern life takes a toll on even the most resilient people. Indeed, we can practice self-care to keep our minds, bodies and spirits healthy—and pressures, doubts and anxieties will still creep up and drag us down.
It’s good to know that there’s a simple, proven technique that can revive our mental, physical and emotional center: kindling the heart.
When we kindle something, we arouse emotion in it. We inspire it. We get a fire going in it. And at Sacred Fire, we take “getting a fire going” very seriously.
Spark a deeper connection with nature and spirit through Fire’s “alternative medicine.”
Since earliest times, people have intuitively felt the special, healing quality of fire. Fire warms, illuminates and enlivens. It quiets the mind’s spinning chatter, allowing us to hear something relaxed and different.
Kindling the Heart helps us access our inner knowing—the part of our self that is enduring, authentic, whole and real. That inner knowing is expressed through the voice of heart—our healing wellspring of courage, clarity, confidence, compassion, and connection.
Kindle your own heart’s Fire online.
Kindling the Heart will give you an understanding of the unique role Fire has played in human history—and why it is particularly important to us in modern times.
You will also have the opportunity to taste how Fire’s presence can help you find your center—grounded, in touch with your feelings, and more aligned with the flow of life around you.
Deepen your appreciation of both Fire and heart in this special “fee-free” two-hour online experience.
Fire’s been around forever. Literally! Come experience the special role Fire holds in deepening our relationships with nature, spirit and Divine—no matter what “Divine” looks like to you.
Jessica De la O has been serving youth and young adults since she herself was a young adult. As a collage administrator for 28 years, she guided young adults toward the completion of their college degree. After completing a doctorate in education, she developed and offered a rites of passage program for adolescent girls, then followed guidance from the wisdom of the plants who called her toward a larger dream of service.
Jessica trained in Plant Spirit Medicine and was inducted as a Lay Spiritual Healer in the Temple of Sacred Fire Healing in 2015, and currently offers plant spirit medicine in Carrollton, Georgia. As a long-time community leader with Sacred Fire, she guides and supports young women through their initiation into adulthood, and she also serves as an initiated Firekeeper who holds space at community fires for people to experience the wisdom and healing that comes from sitting by a sacred fire..
Lawrence Messerman has been an avid student of Grandfather Fire for 25 years. He is a mara’akame (initiated healer and ritual leader in the Huichol tradition from Mexico) and has been involved with Sacred Fire in various capacities: as an initiated Firekeeper and an organizer of several core LifeWays programs, including the initiation and mentoring of young adults and Ukilái: A Gathering of Men. He is a past Executive Director of Sacred Fire and currently serves as its Speaker. He and his wife Jessica hold community fires along with their friend Sherry Boatright in Carrollton, GA.
After registration, you will receive an email confirmation and reminders with the Zoom link for the event.
Please pre-register for this event by Wednesday, July 27thto ensure that you receive your confirmation and link in time for the event.
Kindling the Heart
Thursday, July 28th (Americas) | Friday, July 29th (Australia)
7-9 pm EDT | 4-6 pm PDT | 9-11 am AEDT
Please join the call at least ten minutes before start time in order to ensure your connection is complete.
If you know someone who could benefit from more fire and heart in their life, invite them to join us!
This event is being offered as a gift from Sacred Fire.
Please consider honoring our work by making a donation in the spirit of exchange for what you’ll receive during our time together.