Ecovillage Bhrugu Aranya – Future home of Centre of Light
“This place is magical. The energies here are quite powerful and the place heals you. Bhrugu Aranya is an ancient place of fire which has been rediscovered in this time. We feel we are guardians of this sacred site. Often Devas and Angels have appeared here”.
|This ancient sacred site lies in the majestic Tatra Mountain region of southern Poland. The atmosphere at Bhrugu Aranya is infused with high vibrations from Ayurvedic healing fires that are maintained daily. It is this energy that radiates to heal the Earth.
At this site, an organic Homa farm and community began in 1995 and is growing. We are now fourteen adults, four children, three cows, three dogs, many cats, and ducks.
Jarek Bizberg started a non-profit ecological/educational Homa Therapy Foundation to teach Vedic methods of Homa organic farming, alternative medicine and atmospheric purification. We offer teaching of this ancient science of Agnihotra all over Europe free of charge.
The other community members offer a myriad of skills in herbal lore, massage, healing, organic gardening, vegetarian cooking, music, and art therapy. We hold women’s circles of Light, as well as healing circles. We are a creative group who value the arts as an integral part of organic living.
We invite visitors to experience transformation in a peaceful yet energetic, creative, healing environment – a place where Spirituality meets Ecology!
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Bhrugu Aranya is an ancient land of Yajnya and it is one of three Points of Light on the planet that are being maintained for planetary healing as revealed by Shree Vasant.
Part of His plan is to create the Centre of Light, not only as a venue for teaching Homa Therapy, but also as a safe haven for the coming times. It was Shree Vasant who instructed us to build the Centre of Light, and He continues to bless and guide this project.
We are also making preparations to have the clay ready for the natural straw/clay walls which we will start in Spring. This is why it is so urgent to have the roof completed, as it will protect the clay work and allow us to conduct natural building workshops to help in this labour-intensive phase.