The Priory Podcast - Episode 32: Logi Firewalk with John Young

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Fire walking has been around for thousands of years. It has been used as a ‘rights of passage’ for indigenous tribesmen coming of age. In some countries the ritual is still used as a performance, a story told through dance whilst invoking a trance like state.
Our guest on this episode of the Priory Podcast is one of the UK’s leading exponents of the Fire Walk and he believes that through the medium of fire walking, people can channel their energy and focus their belief into conquering fears, however they may manifest themselves.
I was lucky enough to attend one of the Fire Walk events held in the beautiful town of Berwick Upon Tweed, a kick in the backside away from the holy island of Lindisfarne, where so (in)famously, the norwegian Viking raiders first came to the wide-spread public awareness in 793.
In this episode, the proprietor of Logi Firewalking, John Young, tells us candidly about his own struggles with mental illness that led him onto the fire-walking path so to speak, and how he hopes that via this medium, he can help inspire others achieve their goals and slay their own dragons.
If you’re interested in taking part in one of John’s fire-walking events, you can contact him via his website here: Logi Firewalking