HOMA is a Sanskrit word used here synonymously with YAJNYA. YAJNYA is the technical term from the Vedic science of bioenergy denoting the process of removing the toxic conditions of the atmosphere through the agency of fire. This means healing and purifying of the atmosphere with fire as the medium. The central idea in HOMA Therapy is:
You heal the atmosphere and the healed atmosphere heals you.
The words ‘heal the atmosphere’ have widespread ramifications not yet investigated by modern science.
Simple things that we do have a great effect on the atmosphere. Burning generates energy. Man has known this for thousands of years. But it helps generate even more subtle energies.
By putting certain materials such as medicinal herbs for example into specially prepared fires accompanied by certain word combinations, it is possible to remove toxic conditions from the atmosphere, thereby healing and purifying it. That healing effect is then passed on to all life-forms which are sustained by that atmosphere. This is HOMA THERAPY.
The Vedas are the most ancient body of knowledge known to mankind and describe several sciences including bioenergy, psychotherapy, medicine, agriculture, biogenetics, climate engineering and inter-planetary communication. Of all the HOMA fire practices given in the Vedas the basic one is known as AGNIHOTRA which is tuned to the biorhythm of sunrise/sunset.
Mr. Alan Yong writes about Agnihotra teachings in Thailand:
“On 21st May 2009, Kantipong and Nisachon, a Thai couple from Bangkok and I, flew to Chiangmai, a tourist town in Thailand. We were met by Robert Bagnall, a US citizen who have been residing in Chiangmai for more than 10 years.
It was a gorgeous, sparkling, full moon day at Bhrugu Aranya, the lovely Homa Organic farm in Wysoka, Poland. With a lot of dedication and commitment, the healing fires of Agnihotra and Yajnya have been performed there daily for nearly thirteen years. Jarek Bizberg, president of Terapia Homa Foundation, and his wife, Parvati, began the farm in 1995. Since then, others have joined them, their families have grown, and they have a thriving international Homa community.