The Burning Bowl


Posted: January 5, 2013 at 3:24 a.m.

A member of Unity of Fayetteville takes part in the annual burning bowl ceremony Sunday morning at the Fayetteville church. For the ceremony, worshipers were given a piece of paper to write down something negative they want to release from their lives and then burned the paper during the ceremony.

For millennia, people have used the power of fi re as a symbol for transformation.

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Religion, Pages 6 on 01/05/2013


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