Full Moon Fire Ceremony

A Spiritual Warrior & Warrioress Circle

A family friendly event, school age kids free.

July 21st - 6:00 - 9-00 pm

LOCATION: Yellow Barn Farm, 9417 Foothills Hwy, Boulder, CO 80503

Reciprocity exchange $25 per adult or $40 for partners.

Advance payment options
Venmo: Cochise Baca  or Zelle: Cochise Baca

Credit Card or cash accepted at the circle.

Can use the pay button below here as well.

Contact: 720-934-4776 or use message board below


A Spiritual Warrior & Warrioress Fire Ceremony

Bring: Tobacco offering for Cochise and fire keeper if you can. Your tobacco offering is not used for smoking; Cochise prays with this tobacco and offers it to the fire on your behalf.

Bring a chair/blanket, hoop drum, rattle or flute if you have one or share a song.

Bring your prayer offerings to release into the fire. Can write on paper or use tobacco. I have extra tobacco to share.

The purpose of this ceremony is to build community of like minded spiritual people. If you are a Spiritual Warrior or  Warrioress, this is a great place for you to gather around the sacred circle. We hold a safe container for sisters & brothers to open up in sharing their prayers, emotions, medicine songs and musical talents etc. Freedom to express yourself and be supported by community is paramount. No words need be spoken in the presence of the divine unless you're called to voice them.

The intention is to release emotional baggage and to call in your ask.

Buffalo Robe healing sessions are available for a $20 exchange.

Not feeling well, stay home and take care of yourself. Leave pets at home please, there may be local farm animals nearby.

Awaken Your Soul: Native American Fire Ceremony & Spirituality

Native American spirituality is a rich and powerful tradition that has endured for centuries. At the heart of this tradition is the power of the fire, a force that connects the physical and spiritual worlds and has the ability to heal, transform, and help us connect with our deepest selves.

For many people, the stresses of modern life can take a toll on our mental, emotional, spiritual and physical well-being. In Native American traditions, fire is used as a tool for healing and transformation, helping people to release negative emotions, overcome personal challenges, and find inner peace and clarity. However, modern life often makes it difficult for us to connect with this transformative power.

The power of the fire is a symbol of the natural world and our connection to it. By harnessing the energy and power of the fire, we can tap into this deep spiritual connection and find the strength and resilience needed to face life's challenges. Fire is also a teacher, providing insight into the cycles of nature and the ways in which everything is interconnected.

In order to tap into the power of the fire, it is important to create a safe and sacred space for the fire to do its work. This can be done by building a traditional Native American sweat lodge, participating in a fire ceremony, or simply meditating near a burning candle or campfire. Whatever method is chosen, it is important to approach the fire with respect and humility, recognizing its power and the role it plays in our lives.

Ultimately, Native American spirituality and the power of the fire offer a path to healing and transformation, helping us to connect with our true selves and find peace and fulfillment in our lives. By taking the time to connect with this powerful force, we can find the strength and resilience needed to face life's challenges and embrace the beauty of the world around us.