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Samsara - Ceremonial Fire, Under the Stars


SAMSARA

Date: 23rd Mar - 24th Mar
Time: 4pm – 12nn
Venue: Pulau Ubin
Fees: S$120 Only

RSVP and Payment for this event is required as we need to confirm the number of attendance by 20th Mar to prepare the amount of food required and the number of tents needed.

• A Rebirthing Breathwork Transformative Journey • Letting Go & Deep Healing •

Fire allows for rapid transformation. It provides the avenue to let go of the old story and drama, to transform, to renew and to be reborn. Through fire ceremony, you honor your lessons and old belief structures by placing them in the fire and turning them over to Spirit. By releasing these old patterns and beliefs into the fire, you heal deeply at the level of the soul without having to experience them at the literal and physical levels.

In the tradition of Quechua Indians, the direct descendants of the Incas, the ayllu (community) come to support each other in sacred circle - to create a safe, sacred container - to ask the sacred fire to help them let go “their stuff” - to let go of the heavy, dark energies (hucha) - those energetic issues that no longer serve them. Hucha holds no judgement, is not negative or positive; it’s just heavy and dark, simple as that - no drama. Heavy or dense energy generated by resistance to life in the form of stress-related attachments. Resistance is typically fear-based - its energy constricts. Fear hinders the natural flow of energy through the luminous body. When this occurs, hucha accumulates.

Accumulated hucha gets stuck in our luminous field - which can keep us bound in many ways. Hucha is only created between humans and we pick it up through our relations when we are out of “Ayni” of reciprocity, balance, harmony - right relationship; sacred interchange. So, it’s good to let go of our hoocha - like taking a bath (in water) for our physical body - we are cleansing our light-body, our luminous self with fire. The sacred fire is a transformational gift of healing freely given to us. When we release hucha at the sacred fire, it becomes food for mother earth who then composts it and turns it into food that sustains life. Hucha is thus important to humanity. The act of releasing or letting go of “our stuff” to mother earth is a sacred act of giving and receiving. I love knowing that I don’t have to fear giving away my hucha to her because it feeds her and she feeds me. I thank you great mother for this gift and for teaching me this.

We would like to invite you to join the ayllu (community) for a sacred fire ceremony at Pulau Ubin. Together we would create a sacred space where you could safely let go of your old story and drama through your rebirthing breath to the purifying fire and set intentions in your own life.

Your journey will begin at Changi Point Ferry Terminal at 4pm on Saturday. Should you be taking a cab or public transport, it is the ferry beside Changi Village Bus Interchange (5min walk). Please note that there are 2 ferry terminals at Changi, do not go to the wrong one as they are far from each other. Ferry fee is included in the package.

Itinerary:-

23rd Mar (Sat)
4.00-4.15 - Meet up
4.15-4.30 - Reach Ubin
4.30-5.15 - Trek to Mamam campsite
5.30-6.00 - Set up campfire
6.00-7.00 - Fire ceremony
7.00-8.30 - Discussion & Dinner
8.30-9.00 - Set up camp
9.00 onwards - Music & Relaxation

24th Mar (Sun)
8.00-9.00 - Breakfast & Chill
9.00-10.00 - Swimming @ river
10.00-11.00 - Drying off, packing
11.00-11.45 - Trek back to jetty
12.00 - Back to SG, optional lunch @ Changi Village (lunch is not included)

Things to bring:-
1. Yoga mat/Sleeping bag (Please bring whichever you are comfortable sleeping on)
2. Mosquito repellent
3. Small towel
4. Flashlight
5. AT LEAST 3 bottles of 1litre drinking water (2 for drinking, 1 for washing your hands, utensils, etc)
6. 1 change of clothes (A set for swimming should you want to go into the river)

We will be setting up 2pax sized tents for those who would prefer sleeping under shelter as well. Dinner is included and will consist of a hearty vegan stew and a small side of grilled chicken. Breakfast will consist of cornflakes and nuts.

*Please inform beforehand if you would like a full vegan meal or are ok with meat so we can prepare the food portions accordingly

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