Walk on fire for Bosom Buds of Scotland!

Bosom Buds of Scotland has announced its latest challenge… Raising money by walking on fire!

The ritual of Firewalking dates back before many religions, and has been practiced throughout time by tribes and ancient cultures across the planet. The most well-documented users of the practice include Native American tribes, Tibetan monks and African tribes.The ritual of Firewalking dates back before many religions, and has been practiced throughout time by tribes and

Picture by permission of Sundoor International Firewalking School
The ritual of Firewalking dates back before many religions, and has been practiced throughout time by tribes and ancient cultures across the planet. The most well-documented users of the practice include Native American tribes, Tibetan monks and African tribes.

The short-term effects of Firewalking include; Deep healing through the magic of the fire; Overcoming fears and limiting beliefs; The energy to live in the now, and start creating the life you desire today; Awakening the power to manifest your dreams; A greater connection with the Earth and her elements; Expanding your current level of awareness; Celebrating a very special night, in a circle of equally empowered fellow journeyers

The long-term results include; Gaining a greater and clearer sense of purpose; The ability to channel the power of the experience into other areas of your life ; Stepping into a powerful lineage of ancient medicine; Enjoying lasting friendships forged through the powerful and life-changing Firewalk experience; A memory you will never forget!

The firewalk will take place at Lendrick Lodge (http://www.lendricklodge.com/), a holistic retreat in Central Scotland, nestled amongst thousands of acres of wild Scottish woodlands and sitting at the foot of Ben Ledi.
foothills of the Highlands

Sound intriguing? Registration is £70 covering your tuition, firewalk, dinner and supper on the night, and minimum sponsorship is £50. For more information or a registration form please email mags@bosombudsofscotland.org.

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