GLOBAL BURNER: Sacred Fire Ceremonies

The Element of Fire

Fire holds the power of transmutation, able to change the form and structure of other Elements. Honoring Fire as a Sacred Element through which we can purify and release those things that no longer serve. On the traditional Medicine Wheel path we bring our prayers of tobacco to send up the smoke of our prayers. We offer blessings to honor and feed it. Traditional gifts are chocolate or raw liver. What we bring to the fire is released into the Hands of the Creator. We feed the Fires of Creation.

There are many traditional ways of Sacred Fire Ceremony. The Maya and Native American tradition lay a circle of cornmeal and mark the 4 directions with the cross made of tobacco. The Mayan incorporate candles, sugar, flowers, and consecrate the Earth with tequila. Prayers are offered to the 4 directions, for the Inspiration of the East, the Relationships of the South, the Unknown Journey of the West, and the Wisdom of the North.

As an offering for the Global Burner day, the Fire Ceremony page offers a way to observe a sacred fire ceremony indoors.

Visit Fire Ceremonies Page

much love, in lak’ech, Debra

3 thoughts on “GLOBAL BURNER: Sacred Fire Ceremonies

  1. Dear Debra, thank you so much for this gift! 💖

    Have a blessed and inspiring day! Suzana

    V sob., 1. sep. 2018 09:22 je oseba Jaguar Spirit napisala:

    > earnestlydebra posted: “The Element of Fire Fire holds the power of > transmutation, able to change the form and structure of other Elements. > Honoring Fire as a Sacred Element through which we can purify and release > those things that no longer serve. On the traditional Medicine W” >

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