30 Dec Burning Bowl ceremony
Timing a burning ceremony on the birth of a new year is symbolic to leave all behind and start fresh.
Fire is portrayed as a powerful symbol of wisdom, knowledge, passion, and purification.
Burning ceremonies have been used historically in many religious traditions and adopted for spiritual practices as a way of releasing the past, negativity, old resentments, hurt, grudges, regrets, or suffering, and to focus on what is more significant to us.
Native Americans have a burden basket or worry basket. While their tradition does not burn their basket, it was a place to deposit worries so that the house would be peaceful and conversations would not be burdened with worries.
Your personal ceremony can be very simple.
You can be inside or outside and prepare for safety 😉
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
- Pencil or Pen
- Lighter or other source of flame
- Burning-friendly surface/vessel: e.g. large metal/glass bowl cauldron/cast iron pan, a fireplace, dirt or stone clearing, etc.
- Whatever else supports you in your work toward peace
- About 37mins and an internet connection to virtually connect with us. RECOMMENDED download Zoom prior to the call on your device/s.