If you are reading this, most likely you are interested in discovering how a firewalk can provide a transformational experience. Or perhaps you’re just curious and wanting to know more.
Firewalking, a walk across a bed of red-hot embers, had been in existence globally across many cultures for many years, with the earliest known reference date to be around 1200 BC. Firewalking has been practiced and accepted for various reasons including rites of passage, healing, faith, team building, empowerment and transformation.
Connie Phelan and Karen Pfeffer facilitate this stimulating and unconventional activity, not because more firewalkers are needed, but because it teaches the importance of mindset, being willing to take risks, and the ability to face fears and doubts. The firewalk experience enables participants to surpass their expectations of what they believe is possible, allowing openings for new levels of success. If you can walk on red-hot embers, what else can you do that you perceive is impossible?
Firewalking provides an unforgettable visual image to accompany thoughts and beliefs and shows the vastness of the human potential. It teaches a valuable lesson about the power of the mind and the effect that thoughts and beliefs have on our experience of reality. It is a practical way of confirming our instincts and validating our intuition.
If you are interested in learning how to provide an evening that will be remembered for years to come, where your team members can harness their personal power by doing what appears impossible, call or send us an email. We are passionate about facilitating powerful programs on empowerment, transformation, team building, leadership development and communication that assist with breaking barriers.
If you’re searching for an unforgettable and transformational event, firewalking will deliver.