The Science Behind Agnihotra: Dr. Ulrich Berk

Dr. Ulrich Berk, President of the German Association of Homa Therapy, gives an in-depth detailed report on current research into Agnihotra and Homa Therapy and the astonishing results it is having on many of the world’s major areas of concern. This includes environmental, air quality, soil health, and human stress levels.

(Homa Therapy is taught as a science which benefits body, mind and environment, and is not affiliated with any religion. Agnihotra is open to all regardless of caste or creed. Agnihotra comes from Vedas; Vedic knowledge existed long before religions and cultures, and is the common inheritance of all mankind.)

Agnihotra Introduction With Lisa Powers

Lisa Powers, Agnihotra teacher and President of The Fivefold Path Inc, has dedicated herself to Agnihotra practice for over 40 years. She has a lot to share about this most ancient Vedic practice and how it can help humanity in this enlightening interview with Subodh from Hindu Voices.

(Homa Therapy is taught as a science which benefits body, mind and environment, and is not affiliated with any religion. Agnihotra is open to all regardless of caste or creed. Agnihotra comes from Vedas; Vedic knowledge existed long before religions and cultures, and is the common inheritance of all mankind.)

Regular Sunday Chanting & Agnihotra in Belgaum, Karnataka, India

We received the following photos and letter from Eng. Vinayak Lokur, Belgaum, India:

     "Just to share with you:
Last month we started the program "Sunday Chanting & Agnihotra" in Belgaum and during the last 6 Sundays, we have been successful in the implementation of it. We, the Agnihotra performers of Belgaum, get together at a predefined place (it can be someone’s house, we change every Sunday), we chant and do the Om Tryambakam Homa for 15 to 20 minutes together and then perform group Agnihotra at sunset. Continue reading “Regular Sunday Chanting & Agnihotra in Belgaum, Karnataka, India”

Satsang Volume 46 No 4

Agnihotra in Australia

Lee Ringma

Sunset Agnihotra at Kalpana’s home on the harbour. Asha stands behind Lee while Lee prepares the Agnihotra fire. Kalpana and her husband are on her left.

Workshop in Sydney
Recently Frits and Lee Ringma conducted a workshop in Sydney organized by Asha Agarwalla and hosted by Kalpana at her beautiful home on the harbour, Sydney, Australia. It was a large gathering mostly from the local Indian community.  Thirteen people took up Agnihotra and Asha is happy to organize gatherings to keep people inspired and to provide support.

Asha is an optometrist and has made a natural remedy for the eyes which includes Agnihotra eye drops. At the workshop a young woman told us that she had inflammation of the eyes and was told she would need to be on steroids for the rest of her life. The natural eye drops cured her condition quickly and effectively.

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Children Love Agnihotra

 

Anthony, from Florida, USA.
He spends a lot of time with his grandma. She taught him how to do Agnihotra.
He is 4 years old.

Mila knows the Fire energy from her mother’s womb and has chosen a Homa family.
Mila and her parents live in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Aaron is from Piura, Peru. He accompanies his father at Agnihotra. His dad learned it too when he was only a boy. Continue reading “Children Love Agnihotra”

Somayag 2018 – Kharagpur

     In Kharagpur, West Bengal, India, birthplace of Maha Shree (Parama Sadguru Shree Gajanan Maharaj), a Jyotiruktha Somayag was performed in May 2018 to celebrate Maha Shree’s 100th birth anniversary.

The Yajaman, in this case, Achal Apte, represents the element of fire during the Somayag. Only someone who performs Tretagni Agnihotra regularly can become a Yajaman. He carries this Tretagni fire to the place where Somayag is to be performed and from this (Tretagni fire) the Somayag is started. Continue reading “Somayag 2018 – Kharagpur”

Scientific Aspects of Agnihotra: Animals – Bees

In Agriculture, there are three helpers from the animal kingdom.
First helper is the cow. Without cows Organic Farming is difficult and Homa Organic Farming is not possible.
Then we have the bees and the earthworms.
About cows we already have talked, so let us now concentrate on the role of bees in agriculture and all Nature.
Of course honey bees are important for producing honey which is a very nutritious substance which also has a lot of healing applications. Even more important though is the role of bees in pollination.

Continue reading “Scientific Aspects of Agnihotra: Animals – Bees”