Living life aligned with Nature
“LifeWays are approaches to living with the natural cycles of life.
This is a profoundly simple yet effective way to move through our lives so that as we grow, we benefit from the awareness of who we are becoming and create fruitful actions and outcomes.
As we begin to understand the qualities of our different life stages, we awaken to the challenges and opportunities of each, enabling us to move through blocks or limiting patterns.
We embrace our place in the natural pattern of a human life, within community, bringing benefit to ourselves and our families.”
—Sherry Boatright > Director of LifeWays Programs
Exploring Life Cycle Living
Discovering your innate, intimate connection with nature and divine source
Stepping into your life’s purpose—for young men and women
LifeWork for Women – Experience Ukalai
LifeWork for Men – Experience Ukilai
Local Men’s and Women’s Fires – Find your local fire community
Living life fully includes embracing life’s end.
Kindling the Heart
with Amanda Kerner and Lisa Lichtig
Sun, Oct. 3rd | 7:30-9:30 pm Eastern (US)
An Online Fire Experience
Watch this video to learn more about living life aligned with Nature
Human societies throughout history matured through life stages supported by teachings on how to move with the changes, ceremonies and practices to help alignt with the natural world, and initiations that catalyze major life transitions, such as from childhood to adulthood.
Sacred Fire LifeWays programs provide workshops, online webcasts, and ceremonies that help bring forth the wisdom and gifts of each phase of life. We call this alignment Life Cycle Living.
What people say
“Each stage of life contains a particular gift for community as well as a job of personal growth. This discovery awakened a need in me to let go of old sadness and shame—and to claim a deeper sense of purpose in my work and a stronger connection with my children, who are now young adults.”
“Our time together touched something very deep in me, a place that I didn’t even know needed exploring. Long-held assumptions were shattered, opening new channels of self-awareness and compassion.”