Dr. John Matlander sent this report about his Homa trip to Zimbabwe:
In June, Ms. Peta Searle invited us to Zimbabwe. She organized a program of 14 days (June 08 to 25) for the dissemination of Agnihotra in Harare, capital of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe is a small country in southern Africa, landlocked, with 11 million people and is bordered by South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia and Botswana. Continue reading “Homa Therapy in Zimbabwe”
What is HHOOF? HHOOF is an acronym for Homa Helpers On Organic Farms. This is a spin-off of Willing Workers On Organic Farms, an organization that links volunteers to organic farm hosts. Volunteers work in exchange for room and board and the opportunity to experience farm life. A Homa farm is a very specific type of farm that incorporates Vedic healing fires, vegetarian diet and ahimsa (non-violence) practices that create a unique experience for the volunteer. They blend the physical, social and spiritual worlds into one interconnected happening.
Continue reading “HHOOFING!”
Father Manuel Maite and a group of Homa volunteers came from Guayaquil to share and increase their strength in Agnihotra healing fires with parishioners in the parish of Parroquia de Molleturo, Pueblo Estero Piedra.
We also heard testimonies of people who had previously participated in the Homa fires and found relief and healing of their problems.
The village church was the venue for this meeting with the harmony and light in all of us.
In September Anne Godfrey and Bruce Johnson conducted an Agnihotra workshop in Nashik for the Reiki group of Shri Ajit Telang (picture right).
Around 50 people participated in Agnihotra sunset.
The workshop was held at the home of Mrs Monali Rakshe who is the Agnihotra coordinator for this group in Nashik. Continue reading “Agnihotra Workshop in Nashik, Maharashtra, India”
British expatriate, Simon Peter Fuller, now residing permanently in Sri Lanka performing Agnihotra in the home of his friend and colleague, Anja Meixner in Isipathana, Colombo.
Mr. Tee-Liang Wong writes from Malaysia:
Mrs. Sew Moy from Singapore is currently in Taiwan sharing Agnihotra with the Art of Living group of Taiwan.
“Faith is to believe in what we do not see, and the reward is to see what we believe.” So said St. Augustine long ago and as I have not come across a more succinct, direct formulation, I continue to quote this.
If fear is sometimes acronymed to ‘false expectations appearing real,’ then perhaps we can call faith something like, ‘full and intimate trust in Him.’
Continue reading “On Fear and Faith”