Due to forecast high winds and low wind chill the Inkan Drum Circle & Fire Ceremony during Full Moon is Postponed
We come together to open our hearts and minds and allow the fire to be our teacher. We will enter into sacred space with our intentions of love, compassion, and abundance to share our hearts with one another and to do our part to help heal our fractured world.
The fire ceremony is traditionally done at the New & Full Moons. As an extension of the Inkan, Hopi, Mayan and Tibetan traditions, we gather our tribe together in ceremony to dream the new world into existence. Coming together we dream into existence the world we want to leave to our children and children’s children.
Brought together in love, we are immersed in the totality of the dream. Connected to all, no longer experiencing the “I”, we experience the power and wonder of Spirit.
We choose to meet with the Full Moon. The moon's disk is as close as it can be to being fully illuminated by the sun, so this is called full moon. Because of this the night sky is flooded with light and an excellent time to clear obstacles from our path and our minds. The Full Moon is considered by the ancients to be the perfect time to release the old and set our intention on what we want to release.
On this night of clear brilliance we will be gathering together with our sacred tribe of light workers, dreamers and magical beings to create a special dreaming circle on this night of the new moon in January. We come together to open our hearts and minds and allow the fire to be our teacher. We will enter into sacred space with our intentions of love, compassion and abundance to share our hearts with one another and to do our part to help heal our fractured world.
The fire itself has two purposes. A fire of purification can be done where you just release—gift what does not serve you to your above and highest good to the fire, or, you can bring to the fire aspects of spirit or character that you would like to invite into, or more powerfully express in your life, and aspects that you would like to have healed. As we heal, we are offering our highest vibration to Mother Earth and to others. After a fire ceremony, there is a window of time for you to translate your intent for healing into this reality, bringing it into the literal world.
In preparation, before coming into the fire circle, you may create an offering bundle of burnable materials. Specially blessed tobacco will be provided to add into your offering bundle. This Clearing Arrow is created to represent something you wish to let go of After creating your bundle you will breathe the issue into your Spirit bundle.
Please join us as we make a joyful noise together!
Everyone may stay and socialize afterwards if they are so inclined.
Drum Circle & Fire Ceremony - 3 to 5 PM
There is an $8 fee ($10 for non-members) for this event to cover the cost of materials and park operations (early bird discount ends 12/1). Your donations will benefit student educational programs and park operations/maintenance.
Event is Rain or Shine but not wind. Your account will receive a credit if canceled.
Wayne Silverman: I am a student of several shamanic traditions and have been initiated into Peruvian Shamanism, I am also a Karuna Reiki Master/Teacher and an Interfaith Minister. I perform Inkan Fire and Despacho Ceremonies and share teachings on yoga philosophy, personal transformation, Reiki, shamanism, spiritual healing and meditation.
Sue Murphy: My drum circle is an “intentional drum circle”, meaning our drumming has a purpose. I am not a trained musician, I believe the vibrations of the drum, played with an open heart, are the key to deep healing and connection to Mother Earth. I follow a Native American shamanic path and believe that all roads followed with sincere and honest enquiry will lead us to God/Source/Creator. I have led drum circles with ease and grace at holistic centers and at my home for several years.