Bhargava Dham and its Noble Task for the Planet

     Bhargava Dham is situated in Elqui Valley, Chile. Since the activities started in Bhargava Dham, many beautiful things have been experienced in this very special place. A story full of dedication and service that is still in progress, being written with the pen of love of the Masters and Beings of Light that are permanently present in each stone, in each plant, in each grain of sand of the sacred Cochiguaz River.

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Bhargava Dham: A Jewel for Humanity in the Heart of the Cordillera de los Andes, Chile

Bhargava Dham is a very special place, totally dedicated to the practice, study, teaching and dissemination of Homa Therapy in all its aspects. It began its activities in 2004, when it was acquired by Mrs. Carmen Hurtado, by direct indication of Master Shree Vasant V. Paranjpe, who spread Homa Therapy in the West. Continue reading “Bhargava Dham: A Jewel for Humanity in the Heart of the Cordillera de los Andes, Chile”

Jesus Showed Me the Homa Fire

Mrs. Myriam practicing Homa Therapy

Myriam Gonzáles
La Serena, Chile, South América

   I have been a teacher dedicated to education for 30 years. I am married, mother of three children and grandmother. I have been a therapist the in ‘Art of healing’ for about 25 years. The following is one of the many stories and experiences that have happened to me on this long journey in search of spirituality and knowledge of the Divine.
At the beginning of this millennium, in 2005, we were still living in the capital of Chile, Santiago. Continue reading “Jesus Showed Me the Homa Fire”

Giving Agnihotra Ash into the Cochiguaz River, Elqui Valley, Chile

Prof. Carlos Bustamante explaining to a group of people the importance of Bhargava Dham and the daily offering of Agnihotra ash into the Cochiguaz river. This group came from the capital Santiago, specifically to learn more about the “Bhargava Dham – Point of Light”, which was chosen by Master Shree Vasant.

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Magdalena’s MiniYoga for Children – Part 2

Maria Magdalena Bernales


         Hello everybody! We are so grateful to be with all of you again. In order to continue with the presentation of the Fivefold Path, we propose to review the second concept, Self-Discipline or Tapa. We hope that this content is of use to facilitate the teaching of this marvelous and invaluable ancient tool, adapted for the children of today.
I want to take this opportunity to thank and highlight the GREAT patience and kindness of our dear Master Shree Vasant, and for having had the privilege of receiving these teachings, His instructions and His guidance. We sincerely hope to be contributing and replicating as He would.
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Magdalena’s MiniYoga for Children – Part 1

Maria Magdalena Bernales
     Since 1990, MiniYogaChile has been working with the beautiful program written by Fran Rosen and Bonnie Maltby “Yoga and Meditation for Children”. We have worked with children as well as trained adults, so they can work with children themselves.
      Throughout these last 30 years of experience, we have adapted the program to local necessities and have added information. The Project has grown as much as we have as individuals. Continue reading “Magdalena’s MiniYoga for Children – Part 1”

Satsang Volume 47 No 3

Volunteering at Satsang Agnihotra Farm

Karina Ohme

Satsang Agnihotra Farm is located in the hills of Curacavi Valley, in central Chile. It is approximately twenty-five miles from Santiago, close to the road that connects Santiago with Valparaíso and Viña del Mar. The farm covers about five acres. In January, 2013, after ten years of searching and searching for the right place, I finally found this place.

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Satsang Volume 47 No 3

Scientific Aspects of Agnihotra–Bees

Dr. Ulrich Berk

In agriculture, there are three helpers from the animal kingdom. First helper is the cow. Without cows, organic farming is difficult and Homa Organic Farming is not possible. Then we have the bees and the earthworms. About cows we already have talked, so let us now concentrate on the role of bees in agriculture and all Nature.

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