San Diego’s Empowerment Day (March 21st, 2010)

In many cultures around the world, the entire community Firewalks once a year as an annual celebration of renewal and empowerment.

The People of San Diego will have the same opportunity to walk on a bed of hot coals this March 21st, 2010.

Have you heard about Firewalking at personal growth seminars and corporate training events? This style of Firewalking training is less than 30 years old and an amazing technique to help people wake up to their full potential. (We put on those same type of events, too).

Firewalking as a cultural and spiritual event has existed for thousands of years. This Firewalk is in the spirit of these traditions, specifically the Huna “Umu Ki” Ceremony. This is not a seminar, rather a community celebration. People from all walks of life are invited to this no matter what their background, or what their dealing with in life. Come have fun, connect with other like minded people, and be empowered. It is only through our affiliation and relationship with our community or tribe that we find true power.

The timing of this Firewalk celebration, just after the Vernal Equinox and the 1st day of Spring, marks the the “New Year,” in both the Persian and Huna communities.

A potluck will be earlier in the day, followed by a Firewalk in the evening.

The suggested donation is $20 per person to help with costs. (You can bring your children if they are responsible and well behaved) 

Date: Sunday March 21st, 2010


Gathering/Potluck: 5-6pm
Firewalk Ceremony: 6-9:30pm


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