Women’s Healing Circles, New York, USA

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Ms. Michelle Balandra wrote:

"I am sending you some pictures of our ‘Womens’ Circle’ where we held a very detailed workshop on Homa Therapy and how to use Agnihotra ash combined with Ayurvedic oils and herbs. I am trying to make sure that every person who acquires the pyramid learns how to practice the Homa fires step by step and is well informed. It was a day full of joy with 15 Agnihotra pyramids lit! They almost called the fire-fighters, ha ha! A big hug!"


Ms. Michelle Balandra (on right of photo)

43rd Anniversary of the Parama Dham Fire Temple in Madison, Virginia, USA

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016 marked the 43rd anniversary of the Parama Dham Fire Temple in Madison, Virginia. Inaugurated by Shree Vasant in 1973, Parama Dham was the first Fire Temple in the world established under Parama Sadguru Shree Gajanan Maharaj’s dispensation of resuscitation of the ancient science of atmospheric purification for the New Age. The name Parama Dham, which means House of Almighty Father, was chosen by Maharaj Shree.

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Agnihotra Interview Presented on Utopian Realities Blog Talk Radio

It was a wonderful privilege to be interviewed by Lisa Wolf of UTOPIAN REALITIES S.L.O.P.E. EARTH AID on the radio show AGNIHOTRA: THE SACRED FIRE FOR JOY AND HEALING THE PLANET. The program aired on Sunday, July 3rd from 5-7 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time.

A wide range of topics was discussed, from Agnihotra basics to details and fine points of performance, Agnihotra’s varied applications in healing the environment, its uses in personal healing, and its effects on relieving mental stress.

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The Homa Tribe from West Palm Beach, Florida, USA

    Mr. Rafael together with Oscar, Myriam, Carla, Conni and Esperanza decided to take the production of the Homa cow dung cookies into their hands and this way be able to help others.
       First, they searched for a cow shed where the cows are NOT eating concentrate (which contains animal products). Then they took the car, buckets and shovels and drove up north to Lake Okeechobee.
    With the shovels, they collected the fresh manure of the cattle.

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