Transformation Learning

A Life Transforming Experience - Iron Rod Bending


Every human being is born with the blueprint for success, happiness, and perfect health. However, over time our programming begins to change. The circumstances and people who influence us also instill traits that undermine our success such as negative emotions, limiting beliefs, conflicting values etc.

Perhaps the single most destructive force preventing people from achieving their goals and dreams is fear. Iron Rod Bending, Fire Walking, Walking on Broken Glass, are definitely one of the most powerful metaphors for individuals and teams that demonstrate the achievement of the perceptual impossible in life and work. This helps us to explore our potential without fears.

A Life Transforming Experience - Firewalk


Firewalking is an ancient practice, although no one seems to know just how old it is or where it began. It apparently has been practiced around the globe for centuries by shamans, priests, and ordinary folk, as a religious ritual and as a healing ceremony. Since ancient times Indian Yogis & Sadhus have been practicing Firewalking to show the mind body connection.

Every human being is born with the blueprint for success, happiness and perfect health. However, over time our programming begins to change. The circumstances and people who influence us also instill traits that undermine our success such as negative emotions, limiting beliefs, conflicting values etc.

Perhaps the single most destructive force preventing people from achieving their goals and dreams is fear. Fire Walking, Walking on Broken Glass, Steel Bar Bending are definitely one of the most powerful metaphors for individuals and teams that demonstrate the achievement of the perceptual impossible in life and work. This helps us to explore our potential without fears.

At Blueprint, we specialize in conducting 4th Degree Firewalk; considered to be the toughest of all. Participants walk on a 2-Meter long solid fire bed, which is made of a thick layer of coal and is being constantly fueled with diesel. The temperature at the surface is more than 1,200 degrees. It is not like the easier versions of firewalk, where one uses burning wooden pieces, which are scattered loosely over a longer and wider area.

Whichever is the way of conducting firewalk, we bring our expertise to relate to these learning, connect it with real life, and work situations. The instant realization of the hidden and unused potential, limiting beliefs, perceptual fears etc. are facilitated to become powerful anchors to remind the participants again and again about their true potentials and capabilities. These powerful realizations and the intense emotions of success experienced during these activities truly transform the participants.