Somayag Series Successfully Completed!
Bruce Johnson, Lisa Powers and the Somayag Committee
For the past ten years, a small group of dedicated people from various countries has held the vision of Shree Vasant Paranjpe of completing a series of seven Maha Somayags on the banks of the Narmada River in Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh, India, for the healing of our planet. February 12th, 2017 marked the successful completion of the Aptoryam, the seventh and final Somayag in this series. Satsang applauds this achievement, and heartily thanks all who have helped to make this important work possible.
Agnihotra in Australia
Lee and Frits Ringma
March 2016 North New South Wales and Queensland
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Children’s Summer Programs at Ancient Oaks Homa Farm
Children, children, children, and young people! From the time the Baltimore Homa Community began to envision our Homa farm, we could always see children there playing, singing, dancing, drumming, hiking, bringing their happy, excited energy and blessing us with just their presence. Well, after two and a half years, our Ancient Oaks Homa Farm in Westminster, Maryland was able to welcome almost 300 children and youthful counselors from the heart of Baltimore city… from five different summer programs, on five separate field trips. Continue reading “Satsang Volume 44 No 3”
The following testimonial is from Heather Penny, Virginia, U.S.A.
Where do I start? What an amazing journey and adventure.
Agnihotra is an experience that I have been looking for my entire adult life; I had no idea that it would come in the form of a FIRE! Agni landed on our doorstep just 3 months ago on March 14, 2014 when Lisa and Richard Powers came to our home to share with me and my husband about the practice. Continue reading “Agnihotra – An Amazing Journey”
Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 marked the 40th 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.
In a Fire Temple there is no priest and nothing is worshipped. Agnihotra atmospheric purification technique is performed there twice daily at sunrise and sunset. Also, a fixed set of Mantras is chanted after Agnihotra. With the exception of the Mantras, silence is observed in the Fire Temple at all times. The atmosphere becomes surcharged with healing energies. Continue reading “40th Anniversary of Parama Dham Fire Temple, Madison, VA, USA”
Every Friday at 7:30pm… at the Baltimore Resonance Point
3501 North Rolling Rd – Windsor Mill, MD 21244
From April 15-17th I went to Citronelle, Alabama to give a talk on Homa Therapy and to set up a Resonance Point at the Middle Earth Healing and Learning Center. The center offers workshops on many aspects of permaculture and sustainable living, such as medicinal herbs, solar power, and other forms of alternative energy. Continue reading “Homa Therapy at Middle Earth Healing and Learning Center, Citronelle, Alabama, USA”
From June 4th-6th, Henry Gregory, Tom Couto and I attended a Gathering of Eagles: Return to the Sacred Fire gathering in Grain Valley, Missouri. The event was sponsored by the Indian Ministries Council of the Americas and was held at an ICA (Institute for Cultural Awareness) campground. Continue reading “Gathering of Eagles: Return to the Sacred Fire”
On 14th February, 2010, we organized in New Delhi a one day “Brainstorming Conference on Ancient Techniques for Mitigating Current Crises of Water, Soil and Environment.” It was basically based on Homa Organic Farming.
The main speakers were Dr Ulrich Berk from Germany, Reiner and Manu Szcypior from Austria, Dr Puchalski and myself Dr RK Pathak from India. It was attended by over 300 people from different disciplines including some senior IAS officers involved with policy making.
The whole program was coordinated by Dr Arvind Tyagi, President of the Water Foundation of India, a young and enthusiastic person.