Australasian Homa Therapy Newsletter Nov 2019

Homa Therapy News

Australian and International Nov 2019

  • Agnihotra coming to Community Gardens
  • Plant Rescue with Agnihotra
  • Thriving Homa Biosphere Tasmania
  • Restoring Positive Outlook, Improving Academic grades
  • Resolving Relationship issues
  • Responding to Life with Trust and Centredness
  • On Healing Addictions and Meditation Made Easy
  • Scientific Validation: Effects of Agnihotra and Agnihotra ash on soil
  • Om Shree Dham, Homa Therapy Centre Australasia


Zanetta (Kel Wilson) facilitating Agnihotra at Mullumbimby Community Gardens, Northern NSW

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If you open a newspaper…

(Message received vía Parvati on Sept.11th, 2019)
If you open a newspaper or read news on the computer, every day you will feel some shock. And every day it will be a new development. Even if still war is raging in one country, next day’s headlines will focus on the next disaster or the next horrific crime. Then, it gets replaced next day. Not that the dilemmas are resolved, but next headline has to be the next shock. Continue reading “If you open a newspaper…”

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.)