Many Homa Therapy Centres in various countries hold Women’s Healing Circles regularly on Thursday evenings. Here are two such groups.
Women’s Healing Circle in Golan Heights, Israel (top) and in Piura, Peru (bottom), where Homa fires are performed and devotional singing, dancing, lots of laughter and good feelings are shared between the sisters.
During the month of July, a course on Sanskrit was held at the Eco Homa Farm of Luis and Kika Valenzuela in Olmue, Chile. Carlos Bustamante was the instructor; he is a University professor of Physics and a Sanskrit Scholar. He teaches at various Universities in Chile.
Several hours of Om Tryambakam Homa, are being done during weekends and holidays at the Eco Homa Farm (see photo of Japanese bridge on the farm), by a group which is increasing day by day.
Juan Rodriguez writes:
With Homas, Biosol Gloria and much Love we are achieving a vegetable harvest which is abundant, nutritious, beautiful and healthy.
On Full moon (30th of June) we could share very special moments with Christa’s Yoga group from Puerto de Santa Maria, in chanting the Om Tryambakam together.
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In 1997 together with Maria Alejandra Mendez from Venezuela and Roger Subotnik from US, I took part in a highly successful project to eliminate the plant disease Sigatoka Negra from a heavily infected farm in Puerto Armuelles, Panama, using only Homa Therapy methods.
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Sigatoka Negra Project in Panama –
In January, 1997, Roger Subotnik and I traveled to Panama to introduce Homa Therapy as a means to combat the plant disease Black Sigatoka. This leaf fungus attacks banana and plantain crops, and has killed thousands of acres of plantain trees in Venezuela and Colombia. Stronger and stronger fungicides have been used to fight the disease, and some success has been achieved for a while. But eventually a point is reached when the only chemicals capable of killing the fungus are also deadly to man. Hundreds of farmers in South America have abandoned their farms due to the devastation caused by this disease.