Happy day to you,
The above photos were taken during my fire eating performance, under supervision of the appropriate personnel. The reason I share with you all is to reaffirm my point again that you too can overcome any fear by confronting it and not ignoring it. I have also illustrated this point much earlier in my article at the link below.
The above pictures did not really reflect the most exciting point when I put the burning fire into my mouth. However, I have many witnesses who were present at that time. I pride myself of walking the talk and not otherwise. My purpose of doing so is that I hope to lift you up by letting you know the truth, that you are affected by your thoughts, actions and words. As such, it is critically important that you have the appropriate right mindset to make you healthy and wealthy.
Be mindful that our minds cannot distinguish between real and unreal. As such, it can be easily manipulated, depending on how you perceive things Once you put it in the positive zone, then it will attract all positive elements. Conversely, if you think otherwise, then it will attract all the negative elements as advocated in the law of attraction. Now, the choice is yours.
Below please find the definition of the spectacular performance and its history for your better understanding. Please note this exercise is very dangerous act, therefore proper care and supervision by the relevant experts is strongly required.
DEFINITION FROM WIKIPEDIA
A fire eater is an entertainer, often a street artist or part of a sideshow. The performer places flaming objects into their mouth and extinguishes them by cutting off oxygen. They also practice controlling and transferring the flame.
History and hazardsFire eating was a common part of Hindu, Sadhu, and Fakir performances to show spiritual attainment. It became a part of the standard sideshow acts in the late 1880s and is often seen as one of the entry-level skills for sideshow performers, although skilled fire performers, such as those who can utilise the difficult and dangerous vapour transfers and produce large breaths of fire are regarded as equals in the circus community for their skill and devotion to their art. Such performers include record holder Preacher Muad'dib, Lucifre, Heavy Metal Pete, Murrigan Mystic Tom Black and Chris Riley all of whom are known as exceptionally skilled performers within the circus and sideshow industry.
Other than sound fire safety precautions and some practical advice regarding the laws of physics (i.e. "hot air rises"), there are few secrets to eating fire. Torches do not burn with "cold flames" nor is there any special substance in the performer's mouth other than saliva. According to Daniel Mannix's 1951 sideshow memoir Step right up!, the real "secret" to fire eating is enduring pain; he mentions that tolerating constant blisters on your tongue, lips and throat is also necessary. Many other fire eaters dismiss this, claiming that a skilled fire eater should not burn themselves, but since the art of fire eating is kept quite secret it is hard to ascertain exactly how it is done. Fire eating and fire breathing (and all variants) is a skill usually passed on for a skilled master to an appropriate student and almost all teachings include instructions on first aid, fire safety, chemistry and other appropriate skills.
 Famous fire eatersThe most famous fire eater in history is Robert Powell who not only swallowed fire but also red-hot coals, melted sealing wax and even brimstone. He performed, often in front of British and other European royalty and nobility, for nearly sixty years and was awarded in 1751 a purse of gold and a large silver medal.
Although not the earliest, the first to attract the attention of the upper classes was an Englishman named Richardson, who first performed in France in 1667. His methods were subsequently made public by his servant.
 World recordsThe most torches extinguished in one minute with the mouth is 83 and was achieved by Preacher Muad'dib on Nov 18 2010 at Potter's Field, UK. 
A fire performer from Germany, Hubertus Wawra (also known as the Master of Hellfire), holds the world record for extinguishing 39 torches in 30 seconds. It should be noted that as the record for most torches eaten in one minute is 83, meaning the record holder ate an average of 41.5 torches in 30 seconds this record is, whilst valid, considered arguable.
New York City-based fire performer Flambeaux (Chris Reilly) holds the world record for keeping a lit torch in his mouth for 55.53 seconds. This is not a Guinness world record.