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Activity Description

What, how and why the Firewalk?

Although an ancient Esoteric art, Firewalking is much like a a rite of passage. Today we use the Firewalk as a powerful METAPHOR for possibilities in life. As we walk red hot coals literally every day of our daily lives, we are continually confronted with obstacles, problems and challenges which we have to deal with.

By self limiting ourselves, we do not achieve a fraction of what they are capable of. By using the Firewalk and a bed of red hot coals which we walk over, we are able to prove to ourselves that we have the potential to do whatever we set our minds to, so long as we take the appropriate action of deciding to meet the challenge and thereby getting the desired result when we conquer it. The most common emotion associated with the Firewalk is one of fear.

Fear can be healthy if it cautions a person to stay safe around something that could be dangerous. Sometimes however, a fear is unnecessary and causes more caution than the situation calls for. For example, many people have a fear of public speaking. Whether it’s giving a report in class, speaking at an assembly, speaking in front of others is one of the most common fears people have.

People tend to avoid the situations or things they fear. But this doesn’t help them overcome fear. In fact, it can be the reverse. Avoiding something fearful reinforces it and keeps it strong. By giving ourselves a chance to learn and to gradually get used to the situation we are afraid of, we gradually (and safely) face our fears and overcome them.

The activity includes a 40 -45 min interactive presentation whereby participants get the opportunity to see that their fears are often shared by others. By working as a unit, each participants experiences the changes within themselves when they achieve crossing the red hot coals.

What is Fear?

FEAR:- To Fear, to live in fear, to be fearful, to be afraid. These are all states of emotion, that’s all. Some are real, some don’t exist. some aren’t even fears. Fear helps protect us. It is a PRIMAL response that makes us alert to danger and prepares us to deal with it. It is our fight or flight
mechanism which kicks in, whether you like it or not. So feeling afraid is very natural and helpful in some situations. Feeling fear can be brief or it can last longer.

Reaction to Fear

Our bodies respond differently when we are confronted by fear? We could become – Anxious, panicked, scared, afraid, depressed, immobilised, stuck, Doubtful, developTrust issues, feel in a rut develop cold sweats etc. This response is known as “fight or flight” because that is exactly what the body is preparing itself to do: fight off the danger or run fast to get away. The body stays in this state of fight-flight until the brain receives an “all clear” message and turns off the response. Sometimes our brains never recieve that message. Fear is a great servant but a poor master.