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  • n. An instance of firewalking.
  • v. To walk barefoot over burning embers.


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  • And other people carry this grief for years and years, and it's like a firewalk.

    CNN Transcript Sep 24, 2001

  • It provides an in-depth study of leadership methods, healing practices, and all the details of the firewalk—from building and preparing the fire to developing the presentation skills needed to make a firewalk a truly transformative experience.

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  • The foundation offers a firewalk instructor certification training.

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  • The firewalk instructor certification program teaches students to lead their own dynamic firewalks, demonstrating the potential of the human mind and inspiring clients to reach for success in every aspect of their lives.

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  • This section includes careers in bau-biologie, health education, couples counseling, firewalk instruction, and music for healing and transition.

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  • If, however, the person trying to firewalk is afraid, if he does not believe he can do it, he will indeed lose his feet.

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  • Canadian Cancer Society's first, and possibly last, firewalk (Saturday, cancer. ca).

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  • Celebrity supporters include Ken Livingstone and Oona King, and Tipping the Velvet author Sarah Waters has pledged that she will do the actual firewalk.

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  • If you're interested in attending this challenging and rewarding event - please email Hoboken411 - and the firewalk is FREE!

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  • Now a motivational speaker, corporate trainer and certified firewalk instructor, Priya narrates her many spiritual experiences in the book, her first.


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