KIRTLAND, Oh - A group of about 20 brave souls decided to mold their mind and body by setting out on an enlightening path to ones inner spiritualism. They were led through this process by Shakthi a spiritual adviser.
Shakthi moved here from India in 1998. He came to the United States and worked construction. Over the years he has always maintained his love for yoga.
In the last four or five years he has taught about four to five hundred people how to walk on hot coals. These temperatures range anywhere from four hundred to a thousand degrees .
Shakthi says that " it allows them to tap into their inner power, a power that most people thought did not exist"
Before they walk the fire . They gather around and expunge their negative emotions by tossing a scrap piece of paper onto the fire pit.
Jessa Hochman says "it challenges ones self, and if you can do this you can do anything"
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