Ecovillage Bhrugu Aranya – A Centre of Light for Europe

Bhrugu Aranya is a blossoming International Ecovillage, the only one of its kind in Poland. Since 1995, Bhrugu Aranya has grown from a small organic farm into a holistic educational centre.

Here, in this unique atmosphere, people come to experience healing, meditation, organic gardening and unity with nature on a profound level.

This is an educational centre for learning about Homa Therapy & the ayurvedic fire practice of Agnihotra in an experiential way. Continue reading “Ecovillage Bhrugu Aranya – A Centre of Light for Europe”

Fire & Sound Healing for Fukushima in Krakow, Poland

On 18th January 2014, members of Ecovillage Bhrugu Aranya held a Fire & Sound Healing circle for Fukushima, at a yoga centre in Krakow, Poland. Approximately 40 people gathered, 14 pyramids ablaze at sunset.

The intention was to focus on Fukushima and send healing energies from our Agnihotra fires.

As scientific studies and individual experiences have shown, Agnihotra neutralizes radiation and its effects. Agnihotra is truly a gift to humanity. Continue reading “Fire & Sound Healing for Fukushima in Krakow, Poland”

Centre of Light in Poland

Eco-village Bhrugu Aranya is an oasis of healing energies where wholistic health and spiritual development are nurtured–a sacred space where the higher self can be awakened. We bring nature and ourselves back into balance by utilizing Agnihotra and Homa Therapy, ancient practices from the science of Ayurveda.

The Centre of Light will be an ecological building within the heart of Eco-village Bhrugu Aranya, a sacred space for healing, learning and practical application of age-old knowledge, where ecological education is through direct experience, working in the organic gardens, spending time in Nature and learning how to create a sustainable future for our planet through direct action.
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‘Creating Homa Farm Communities’ Workshop

In November 2010, my husband Jarek and I gave our first workshop on ‘Creating Homa Farm Communities’ at the Resonance Point, the center for Baltimore Homa Community (BHC) in Baltimore, Maryland. What follows is the gist of what we shared in the workshop.

In the workshop everyone had an opportunity to envision a Homa Farm community and share those visions with each other. We also focused on how to find a farm, which was of particular interest to the people there. It was fun and dynamic. We look forward to offering this workshop in various countries.

We are grateful to BHC for hosting us and giving us the opportunity to come and share our experiences. Many thanks to Henry and Jannette Gregory for letting us stay with them, and to the whole BHC community for their heartfelt welcome home!

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Conversations with Trees

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. Continue reading “Conversations with Trees”

Freedom Mission (Part II) – Cleansings of US Civil War Sites of Slave Massacres

Jarek and I returned to Poland on April 4th from U.S. after “Civil War Cleansing Mission II”, a cleansing of sites where there had been massacres of slaves during the American Civil War.

As we learned on our first trip last year, there were souls still trapped at those sites waiting to be freed. And once again, the experience was life-altering for all involved. The very thought of being able to assist souls in being released from a state of limbo is beyond our imagination. We are deeply grateful to have been instrumental in this blessed task. Continue reading “Freedom Mission (Part II) – Cleansings of US Civil War Sites of Slave Massacres”