Firewalking

Rituals of Success

ANCIENT RITUALS FOR A MODERN DAY RITE OF PASSAGE

Dr. Bastiahas been leading large and small scale fire walks for over 20 years. Working with elite fortune 100 leaders as well as dynamic private groups. Firewalking workshops are available for Corporate and Private events. Call for more information and details.

 

This program is like none other. The Firewalking experience is designed to energize, challenge, and motivate individuals to take an active role in the driving force of their careers, lives, and tasks that are created along the way. A seminar designed to transform individual doubt and fear into an empowering focus; aligning oneself towards action and goals. The environment is created so that participants can freely and safely explore and reshape a new paradigm of awareness.

 

Breakthrough Exercises Lead Participants In:

  • Naming and addressing fears and obstacles

  • Tapping the power of the will for professional effectiveness

  • Pulling out all the stops-attaining our vision

  • Utilizing action to energize and manifest goals

  • Producing techniques for empowering and focusing productive energies

 

At the end of the workshop, there is an optional Firewalk/Team Building Experience for those participants who want to "experience the impossible."

When we actually perform an act of greatness and achievement, we become the process; thereby instilling a neurological pathway in the mind and body to direct recall. We can then utilize this experience when we are confronted by a new challenge, fear, or need to make a breakthrough; we have the foundation for moving into action.

For most of us, we are committed to go beyond our personal best. In this workshop, we learn how to access controlled focus and trust ourselves to push the envelope to see, think, and experience ourselves transcending our limiting belief system and raising personal growth to a new level.

 

Hundreds of thousands of people have experienced the Firewalking Experience for change in their lives. Experience the way of success in your life. This workshop will introduce you and your organization to evolving techniques that can propel anyone beyond their limiting belief system.

Lighting Internal Fires That Ignite Change

Picture of someone walking on fire
picture of fire

A brief history of firewalking

 

I was twenty two years old when I first became aware of how fire sparks life into the world we live in. I was living on the east coast in April of 1989. One of the largest wildfire's, ever to consume the east end of Long Island, was burning over 800 acres of natural pine barrens. People were thinking the posh resort-like town of East Hampton was going to go up in flames. This was also the time in my life that I realized I lived in, and around, one of only twenty ecosystems in the world. The Long Island pine barren is a very rare and delicate woodland preserve. Most of the pine trees that make up the pine barren on Long Island, and parts of the New Jersey Pine Forest, are the Pigmy and Pitch Pine. This type of forest is found in no other part of the world, but Japan. Another unique element at work here is that these trees need fire to "crack" open the seeds they produce for new seedlings to grow.

 

The fire is a catalyst for the birth of new life.

Many years ago when Native Montauk and Shinnecock Indians were living with the land on the east end of Long Island, they would ignite controlled burns to keep brush from building up. These fires also kept many insect populations in control as well. These fires also worked to prevent larger out-of-control fires like the one in '89, and in years past. The Native Americans used fire to herd deer and bison, and kept grasslands green by burning young trees and dead grass throughout North America. Not only did these tribes use fire in this manner, they also used the fire in rituals like firewalking

 

For many cultures, the firewalk is a ritualistic catalyst for personal and spiritual growth, a new start in life, and a rite of passage. Firewalking is one of the oldest transformational rituals known to man. We find Firewalking in every major cultural and religious organization from the Roman Catholic Church to tribes in Africa, South America, the South Pacific, and Asia. In every practice, the ritual of Firewalking is a celebration of transformation, healing, and rebirth.

 

Firewalking is used even in today's corporate settings, the firewalk excites and transforms employees of major global companies, small businesses, and Educational Institutions around the world.

A brief history of firewalking

 

I was twenty two years old when I first became aware of how fire sparks life into the world we live in. I was living on the east coast in April of 1989. One of the largest wildfire's, ever to consume the east end of Long Island, was burning over 800 acres of natural pine barrens. People were thinking the posh resort-like town of East Hampton was going to go up in flames. This was also the time in my life that I realized I lived in, and around, one of only twenty ecosystems in the world. The Long Island pine barren is a very rare and delicate woodland preserve. Most of the pine trees that make up the pine barren on Long Island, and parts of the New Jersey Pine Forest, are the Pigmy and Pitch Pine. This type of forest is found in no other part of the world, but Japan. Another unique element at work here is that these trees need fire to "crack" open the seeds they produce for new seedlings to grow.

 

The fire is a catalyst for the birth of new life.

Many years ago when Native Montauk and Shinnecock Indians were living with the land on the east end of Long Island, they would ignite controlled burns to keep brush from building up. These fires also kept many insect populations in control as well. These fires also worked to prevent larger out-of-control fires like the one in '89, and in years past. The Native Americans used fire to herd deer and bison, and kept grasslands green by burning young trees and dead grass throughout North America. Not only did these tribes use fire in this manner, they also used the fire in rituals like firewalking

 

For many cultures, the firewalk is a ritualistic catalyst for personal and spiritual growth, a new start in life, and a rite of passage. Firewalking is one of the oldest transformational rituals known to man. We find Firewalking in every major cultural and religious organization from the Roman Catholic Church to tribes in Africa, South America, the South Pacific, and Asia. In every practice, the ritual of Firewalking is a celebration of transformation, healing, and rebirth.

 

Firewalking is used even in today's corporate settings, the firewalk excites and transforms employees of major global companies, small businesses, and Educational Institutions around the world.