This evening will begin with setting personal intent and close with a beautiful meditation to take the energy we have raised during the firewalk and send it out for global healing. Prior to the actual firewalk you will be embraced in an inspirational, dynamic workshop that will joyfully guide you in specific ways to transform your perspective and your life. Come experience how the impossible is possible, and how to up-level your dreams! One of the first things we learn is that fire burns. When you first see someone walk on fire, or you walk yourself, this fundamental law shatters. And suddenly the world is full of open possibilities. If it wasn't true that fire burns all the time, what else that you have been telling yourself might also not be true? This is the gift and lesson of firewalking: by challenging our beliefs we open up our perspective and begin to take responsibility for creating something more expanded and powerful with our lives. I've been firewalking since 1991, and I have never found anything that brings more transformation and energy than being around a firewalk fire. Whether you choose to walk or simply be with the energy of the fire (and this is ALWAYS your choice), I guarantee that this will be one of the most potent, uplifting, and powerful nights of your life. No experience needed. Be skeptical, be excited, but come and give yourself the gift of an unlimited mind and an infusion of creative energy for the coming of spring. Workshop held at Toci Austin; actual firewalk held at a nearby venue. HeatherAsh Amara is the founder of Toci, the Toltec Center of Creative Intent in Austin, TX and the author of Warrior Goddess Training and The Toltec Path of Transformation. She is a Master Firewalk Instructor and Trainer through Sundoor International. She has taught firewalking for National Geographic, and was featured as the Firewalk Mentor in the book You Can Do It. Her firewalks are spiritual gatherings designed to dissolve fears and re-energize your unlimited potential. She has been facilitating firewalks for over 20 years.