Homa Therapy News – Australian and International, February 2020




Homa Therapy News – Feb 2020

  • Agnihotra Protection during Bush Fires
  • Dam Remediation with Agnihotra and its Ash
  • Transformation in Small and Big Ways with Agnihotra
  • Positive Effect on Turbulent Household
  • Immediate Improvements on the land and personal pain relief
  • Scientific Validation: Effects of Agnihotra and Agnihotra ash on Pests and Diseases
  • Om Shree Dham, Homa Therapy Centre Australasia



Agnihotra performed in the yard. Home and veggie garden untouched by the bush fire that consumed properties all around.

Jessica Cowley-Martin, “I thought it might be helpful to tell my story and give others some understanding and hope when realizing the incredible protective field that can be created by the practice of Agnihotra.

I think it was sometime in September 19 that I felt an urgent kind of gut feeling that I should start practicing Agnihotra again. I had not been practicing for some years.  I had been through some very difficult times and I remembered the practice of Agnihotra always brought me a wonderful calmness, connection to the Earth and to the rhythms of nature. I felt peace and healing of myself and the land when practicing. I also felt that it could help my gardens and nature around me deal with the terrible drought we had been enduring for so long.  Our usually fast flowing bubbling creek had dried up to a few holes where water life struggled to survive and trees where dying.  It was a good feeling to be practicing again. I noticed the grass somehow seemed to stay greener than other places and my garden was appreciating the ash and creating a haven for many creatures.

Coming into November the weather was really heating up and fires were looming in the rugged mountain country behind where I live, unable to be contained. A huge fire front had developed and was creeping closer to our little valley.  Days of smoke and wondering how close the fire actually was. Then the day came when the fire revealed itself, roaring with huge flames through the drought stricken bush.  An intense night followed as I watched the fire burning through neighbour’s properties and devouring forest on the hills opposite me. I probably should have fled then but I was somehow waiting for fire trucks or help or some indication it was time.  The next morning it was too late to leave. Fire trucks could not get in or out and power and phone lines were soon cut off by the fire.


Devastated forest 3 months after bush fire

The morning came in hot and brought strong wind.  Helicopters bringing water to try and quell the fire had to turn back as conditions became too dangerous.  By late morning the fire started coming from many directions.. Spot fires were starting way ahead of the main front and it was all happening with great speed. An eerie orange /red light and suffocating smoke surrounded me.   I saw my neighbour’s house engulfed by flames. I bundled the dogs into the car with a few belongings  I had prepared and headed down the driveway to the road. Ash and live cinders were flying everywhere.  Realizing I had left my escape way too late I pulled into a neighbour’s driveway and drove up to their house.  Their property had been burnt around the day before although many things were lighting up again with the wind.  I am so grateful to these wonderful people.  They welcomed me and my dogs inside.  They had 3 children and lots more dogs and two other neighbours were sheltering there as well. They were amazing, constantly running outside in the heat and smoke to put out fires that were lighting up around the house yard and sheds.   I watched as a tornado of fire roared down the dry creek bed. It was terrifying. I had no idea as to whether my house would still be standing. The smoke was so thick I could not see the other side of the valley.  I had grave fears for my much loved cows and chickens and thought of how I would have to search for them and what condition I would find them in after the fire had passed.


Photo above: regrowth 3 months after fire. The trees on the right about a meter from the house were clearly burnt. Cows, chickens, bees all unharmed.

After three dreadful hours of waiting the main front of the fire seemed to have passed.  A fire truck was coming down the road and then headed up the track to my house. I gave them about 15 mins and then headed up, catching them on their way back down again. They informed me, to their and my total amazement that my house (an old 1940’s weatherboard cottage) was not touched by the fire.  The fire had burnt up to about 1 metre from the house on one side and my rainforest gardens were burnt severely out the front, but when I walked around the back of the house there was my Agnihotra pyramid sitting on the earth in its usual place with ash from the night before.  Beyond was my gardens and veggie garden, mulch unburnt and chickens were alive and well.  Rooster flapping his wings and crowing.  Even an old shed covered with a thick matting of needles from the She Oaks nearby did not catch alight. Tears of relief and disbelief ran down my face.   One of the exhausted fire fighters kept quizzing me as he could not believe that no one had been here protecting the house. They had been fighting so hard to save homes for others up the road with just one truck.  12 homes in our small community were lost in Caparra that day and 18 homes in nearby Bobin.

I did lose 3 water tanks that melted in the heat and my electricity meter on a pole near the shed burnt down.  All the fences on this 300 acre property were destroyed. Even electricity poles in an open field burnt to the ground.  The native forest that takes up more than half of this property was severely burnt like nothing I have ever seen before here.

I brought my dogs back home and spent that night putting out fires burning in logs, posts, trees etc. near to the house.  I was grateful for help from a friend who dropped over with his fire-fighting gear in between putting out fires for others as well as at his own place.

The beloved cows that survived the bush fire

It was at about 1 am that night I heard a frightened moo that seemed to be coming from  out in the hills that were glowing with thousands of orange and red lights like some kind of strange city .  So much was still burning.  My heart skipped a beat …the cows, were they all still alive?      At first light the next morning I saw them . The four cows and little calf standing on the hillside amongst the fallen and smouldering trees.   I called them but they were too afraid to come so I walked over and they followed me back to the house.  They looked to be unburnt, just blackened by soot and ash.

Another miracle was the beehive down near the creek. Amazingly untouched by the fire yet burnt severely all around.  Bee’s all ok.  And then the shed amidst the burnt forest which housed my crystal singing bowls and a generator (which later came in handy) remained untouched by the fire.


Jessica Cowley’s bee hive untouched and bees alive and well in burnt out paddock.

Fire went around the wooden hive.

I feel such gratitude. I am sure the healing and protective energy of Agnihotra has had a role in keeping me, my home and animals safe during this devastating fire. I feel like it created a protective energy around the space where I practice. A place of calm and higher vibration where no harm can come. Beyond the chaos into a different realm.

My place here in the Caparra valley is called Phoenix.  I feel now is a time of renewal for me and this land here. The fire has brought our little community so much closer together and now after flooding rains the creek is running freely, the paddocks are emerald green and the forest though struggling is doing its best to return anew.

Much love to you Lee and Frits for introducing me to Agnihotra many years ago.” Jessica Cowley-Martin, NSW, Feb 2020

The Homa Biosphere seemingly acting as ‘a ring pass not’ giving Om Shree Dham, Homa Therapy Centre at Sweetmans Crk, NSW protection.


Om Shree Dham (OSD) is at Sweetman’s Crk. See how the fire goes around it!

The dark shading are the 2 bush fires. The one on the left is massive. The one on the right came up to 1 km away. The lighter green shading represents bushland that was as dry as kindling yet the fire did not traverse towards us.



Om Shree Dham cow paddock in drought and saturated in smoke.

There was no feed for the cows in the paddock but by Grace we were always supplied with hay.


9 months of Agnihotra and ash application, a polluted, lifeless dam is now a flourishing ecosystem.                                                                                                                                                    

Luca Foglietti, “I started at a Seed Company in Victoria on the 3rd of June 2019. Seed production manager was the job position they wanted me for. The seed production area at the Preservation Garden is around 4 acres and when I got shown around, the situation wasn’t great. The whole area was abandoned since around a year before; weeds took over and most of the area was flooded by the heavy rainfalls of Melbourne’s weather. While walking around, the CEO and founder were explaining how they gave up on that area as the previous management didn’t succeed in production. Soil is mainly clay, boggy in winter due to the rainfall and rock hard in summer with cracks bigger than a thumb, also lots of pests and diseases thrived in the area and weeds management was almost impossible; lots of money went wasted without much results.

When they saw the food production area I created in Indonesia and the results achieved in only few months in a pretty difficult environment, a spark of hope lighted up their hearts.( See article in July 2019 Australasian newsletter)

They were absolutely amazed by my previous project, but also aware of their previous failures… “It’s going to be hard. The soil, the flood, the weeds, the diseases…Will you be able to do what you did in Indonesia? And if so…HOW?” I simply replied to let me do it and, if there was success, then ask how. They were challenged, their scepticism based on previous experiences wasn’t going to give up that easily so, a first check-in was in place after 6 months; if I didn’t meet their standards in half a year the attempt would be terminated.


The dam is at the base of a hill and unhealthy substances drain in after rain

First thing I did, from the very first day, (June the 3rd) is Agnihotra. Every sunrise, every sunset, every day for the first 2 months (I live 40 kms away from the site). There’s a dam for rain water collection next to the seed production area, it’s huge, about 1600 square meters, but its water wasn’t used. The nursery was operated with mains water as the dam water was basically poison; no life was present, no plants, no animals, not even small insects on its surface. I learned that it was a huge mistake made by previous management. Aiming to collect as much water as possible, the dam was dug about 6 meters deep, without terracing and isolation, more like a crater than a lagoon; now, if you don’t have phytoremediation plants and sunlight penetration to kill bacteria, plus allow seepage from contaminated soil because you don’t put a barrier in place, you’ll have dead water. The salinity level and the presence of metals was too high. Plants would die if watered with it.

I started to throw the Agnihotra ash in it, all the ash I was making was going in the dam. The nursery grow manager was analysing the dam’s conductivity which shows the level of salinity. The last time the dam water was utilised for watering plants was in February /March 2019. After watering there would be salt residue on the soil and plants were dying. However around the end of June he declared that the water was usable for irrigation purposes, as the salinity was extremely reduced. Watering the plants left no salt residue and plants were happy. This is after a little over 3 weeks of treatment with Agnihotra and Agnihotra ash treatment. I do not think this is a coincidence and believe that it was Agnihotra and ash application that made the difference though we do not have proper water testing to prove it scientifically.


Now the water is see through, plants and fish thrive, bird life is abundant.

After 2 months I started performing Agnihotra either at sunrise or sunset and only 5 days per week and adding Agnihotra ash into the dam, only once a week. It’s been 9 months and the dam now looks like a lagoon. Since August ducks have moved in, 2 families bred and we have had about 16 ducklings over spring time. We also noticed the appearance of mosquito fish or gambosia. Today water hens, cormorants and herons live there, just to name a few, the fish are probably thousands or more. A colleague from the nursery was telling me how she noticed that the rosella birds are back and she hadn’t see them for a few years. The water is clear, we can finally see through it and this is with only 5 Agnihotras per week. I am extremely confident that if we can get it to express its full potentials and perform 14 Agnihotras each week that water will soon start to be drinkable, but there is no rush. A naturalising process has begun allowing an environmental self- improvement and healing.” Luca, Victoria. Feb 2020


Amy, “I had been carrying a lot of grief and the practice has helped me to transform that. I had been having severe migraines and used the ash with ghee on my neck. Much better now. I had problems with codling moth in my pears and apples. I dusted the flowers and put some ash in the biodynamic tree paste and they have gone. We have had severe drought but my garden survived better than others and has bounced back now with the rain much better.

I believe my practice has helped the rain to come. I have had difficult relations with my daughter and lots of stress. The practice is helping. I feel peace coming to the world. I feel everyone is starting to see clearly the lies and damage being done to our earth. My dog has ear infections that do not respond to vet treatments I am now putting some ash with her food to help them heal. I feel especially in the morning a calmness and quiet profound joy come through the air. I feel it is settling back into the people around me. I work with small children and try to bring that feeling to my work when there are problems. I had a difficult Xmas and New Year as I was traveling and didn’t have timings. And have missed Agnihotra greatly. Thank you.” Amy, NSW. Jan 2020

A thriving food garden despite drought


Isobel Garrett on her property in Christmas Hills Victoria:

“My partner, Tom, and I live on an 18 acre property North East of Melbourne, Victoria. A yurt, several tiny houses, a mud-brick studio and a converted train carriage are our alternative suggestion to the industrial housing complex. Once extensively logged, the ecology is mostly eucalyptus regrowth, stunted by density and lack of soil. A stagnant and deprived ecosystem, despite it’s wild and rugged beauty, it holds an ancestral legacy of misuse and neglect. The topography falls off to the north forming a steep gully; down which years of harsh dry sun and hard fast rain has washed the remaining topsoil.

It is our vision to create and restore with this land as our tapestry and teacher. With dreams of forming an eco-retreat space, a sacred container where human, animal and mineral can learn, evolve and thrive. A combined input of permaculture, organic farming, holistic land management, syntrophic farming and natural building are our directive forces.

Up until recently these forces seemed to be curtailed by the overriding energetic stagnancy of the ecosystem, like a thick shadow through which no forward motion could move. Building projects dragging out, unfinished spaces, clutter accumulating, inefficient systems, lack of direction, plants suffering, high input with little harvest. When I first began to practice Agnihotra in March 2018 we experienced a tangible shift in this resistance.

Where our Agnihotra is performed

From the moment I sat on the earth and watched the dancing flames of my first Agnihotra fire, I knew this was another essential piece of our regenerative tapestry. As a dedicated yogini, follower of astrology and faith holder to a higher cosmic order; I had been seeking a connective thread that would weave my spiritual practice back into a deep devotion for the earth. I felt the age and depth of the practice, the combined and magnificent devotion of an ancient powerful way. The land felt it too… and responded.

We had toiled to build the soil, sowing green manure crops, making compost, bringing in manure, feeding drip irrigation through the beds and a constant application of dry mulch. We had set the physical parameters for restoration, yet the Agnihotra practice seemed to clear some long-held energetic residue, creating a space through which rapid growth could unfurl.

That winter we had record rainfall and a mustard green manure crop that rose well above my head. With full rainwater tanks and soil active with our first earthworms converting the green manure and mulch into rich crumb soil, we approached Spring. Our Agnihotra fires kept burning and the rain kept coming, giving life to an abundant array of rare Australian natives. The purple heads of chocolate lily orchids rose above the green, pink spider orchids and the red filaments of Drosera (sundew). In the gully, Dichondra and maidenhair fern thrived. We were even blessed to find a wild murrnong flowering amongst the native grass!

Adding the sacred ash to our soil and water allowed the orchard trees, herbs and vegetables to grow in health and abundance. A friend visiting the property described the thick, full foliage as a ‘return to megafauna’. We are finally reaping a rewarding harvest; full dark plums, grapes ripening on the vine, figs budding, goji’s flowering.

I feel truly blessed to have found this practice and deeply grateful for the wisdom holders who have gifted it to this continent. On the long journey to restore these dry, fragile ecosystems, the physical work can only go so far. I feel the pain these environments have witnessed in the destruction of their former harmony. I hope that the continual outpouring of devotion offered by Agnihotra can be a starting place for reconciliation, a grieving for what has been lost and a dedication to what must now be done. Further gratitude to the many different hands that have contributed to the property.” Isabel Garret, Christmas Hills Victoria. Jan 2020



Ross on the far left participating in a group Agnihotra at Ramon Quek’s home in Perth, Western Australia

Ross Martin has an organic property in Narrogin Western Australia. He has noticed the following:

“I have begun regularly practicing the Agnihotra science regularly at sunrise and sunset, enriching my surroundings with pranic energy.

I now notice that the effects of this practice are :

  1. Sublime feeling of calm during the fire process. Exceptional meditations without mind interference.
  2. A sense of well-being and additional energy for the remainder of the day after the ritual.
  3. Increased presence of birds and bird songs.
  4. Ash added to in a bird bath eliminated overgrown algae overnight.
  5. I am using the ash dissolved in distilled water in a spray for the vegetable plants and although I have no ” before and after” photos, I can assure you that some struggling plants have gained a new lease of life. I also sprinkle ash over the disease affected plants. Small plants gain a new vigour after the addition of ash in water.
  6. Application of ash to an area of pain around a re-injured broken rib, and muscular pain from injured shoulder was quickly alleviated and is now pain-free
  7. The burning sting from an Insect bite stopped in seconds on applying ash paste.
  8. Ash solution poured down our saline bore is improving water freshness.

Almost immediate pain reduction with Agnihotra ash application

Previous to using Agnihotra ash over the last three years I manufactured a solution called GaNS ( Gas at Nano State, …invented by an Iranian scientist called Keshe). I used it in the garden and orchard with some success, however the sacred Agnihotra ash appears to be much more effective and acts on areas of pain almost immediately, the GaNS took 10 to 15 minutes to reduce pain.” Ross Martin, WA


“A few weeks ago I ordered my Agnihotra kit and have been using it since then. Initially, I was only going to burn for 3 days and nights to cleanse the house but have seen it have a positive effect on our usually turbulent household so have been doing Agnihotra morning and night every day as much as possible.” Anonymous, Port Lincoln South Australia. Jan 2020

Agnihotra performed at a New Year’s Eve gathering in Melbourne Victoria


A dance party of 250 people stopping completely and in silence witnessing Agnihotra sunset. A beautiful way to bring in the New Year with deep cleansing and renewal during the last ray of light of the decade. On the far right Jennifer Castillo performing Agnihotra. The dance party was organised by Paras who performs Agnihotra regularly and was keen to share it with her peers.


By Dr. Ulrich Berk, Germany


Vedic knowledge says that when we perform Agnihotra, a channel is created above the pyramid, going up 12 kilometers. Prana energy  – Life Energy – which lies above our atmosphere, comes down through this channel. Because of pollution, this flow of Prana energy might be blocked otherwise.

When the Prana reaches the Agnihotra pyramid it creates an aura energy field around all plants in the vicinity, which lasts as long as the flame is there. This makes plants stronger and disease-resistant. Also it is said that Agnihotra brings Nature back to harmony.

Can these statements be confirmed by modern science?

There are many reports from people who have experienced that pests and diseases were controlled in their gardens and farms. The first systematic studies done by agricultural engineers were done approximately 20 years ago in South America, mainly in Peru. A fungal disease called Black Sigatoka affected banana plantations on a large scale, destroying up to 90% of the crops. This was especially severe, as in South America banana is a staple food for most of the population. Chemical remedies did not work for more than one season – after that the fungal population had become resistant to these fungicides. Many farmers were about to give up their banana plantations, and on one of these farms Homa Organic Farming was started, using the resonance technique (in which ten Agnihotra pyramids are energized and arranged in a special configuration, so that by resonance a large area up to 80 hectares can be covered). According to reports of government engineers, Black Sigatoka infection could be totally eradicated:


There were some quite astonishing reports of how Homa Organic Farming methods have helped to control diseases and pest infestation. I just want to mention two of those before going to some systematic studies on the subject.

The first report was from Karin Heschl about tomatoes in Jaipur area, India. Farming was done with agrochemicals, and the tomatoes were heavily infested with tomato fruit borer. All the tomato farms in the village were affected. Heavy doses of chemical insecticide were needed 3 times per week.

On one farm Homa Farming was started. After three months of treatment with Homa Therapy the pest infestation was completely controlled. The subsequent plantings after beginning Homa Therapy treatment were not infested at all. Also the yield was double that of the other farmers in the village.


The second report came from Abhay Mutalik Desai, a Homa Organic Farmer from Belgaum area, Karnataka, India. He was growing sugar cane for several years with Homa Farming methods on a 20 acre farm and got good results.

In 2005, his plants were surprisingly attacked by woolly aphid. As this should not have happened, he checked whether the Homa Farming methods were done properly on the farm and found out that the farm manager had bought ghee from the market which was not pure cow’s ghee. Immediately he got pure cow ghee (and then bought some cows for the farm so that they could produce their own ghee).

Immediately after the Homa fires were done with proper ghee, two natural predators – Micromus igorotus and Dipha aphidivora – came automatically and controlled the woolly aphid, and again they had lush, green, healthy sugar cane.

Interestingly, the predators started from the area where the woolly aphid had first appeared.

These two examples show how Homa Farming helps to bring Nature back to harmony.

Later on, more systematic research on the effects of Homa Organic Farming on pests and diseases was conducted in India. We already had mentioned four M.Sc. studies done at the Agricultural University in Dharwad, Karnataka, India, and last time we reported the results regarding yield of soy beans, cabbage, tomatoes, and okra. Now let us see the results regarding diseases and pests.

Soy beans

  • Decrease in the incidence of rust (16-29%) and insect attack (18-43%) were observed due to different Homa treatments.
  • Foliar application of Biosol was found to be effective in the control of rust, pod borer and the control of caterpillar.


  • Decrease in the incidence of black rot (29-55%) and black spot of leaf (39-73%), head borer (18-69%), number of diamond back moth larvae per plant (25-64%) and Spodoptera litura larvae per plant (40-62%) were observed due to different Homa treatments as compared with organic control not exposed to Homa treatment, but organic control with Homa and conventional control did not differ significantly.


  • Decrease in the incidence of leaf spot (37%) and insect attack (40%) was observed with Gloria Biosol and different Homa treatments as compared to organic control.


  • Decrease incidence of Powdery mildew (19-36%) and Alterneria leaf spot (30-57%), fruit borer (16-38%), and Spodoptera litura larvae per plant (48-68%) were observed due to different Homa treatments as compared with conventional control.

These studies show significant reduction in pest infestation and in diseases. The areas of Homa Farming and control were approximately one kilometer apart – which may not be enough to exclude some positive effect of the Homa atmosphere also in the control area. Normally, we advise having these two plots at least three kilometers beeline apart. But even though this distance was not kept they had good, convincing results.


Homa Therapy Teaching Centre and Homa Organic Farm, Hunter Valley, NSW Australia

Services provided by Om Shree Dham

  • Information and Supplies for Homa Therapy – See www.agnihotra.com.au/Products  Copper pyramids and copper tools for Homa Therapy are made at Om Shree Dham in Homa atmosphere. They are pressed with olive oil as opposed to industrial oil. Everyday cow dung is collected from our 2 resident Brahman cows to make dung patties for Homa Therapy.


Extra thick gauge copper pyramids for Homa Therapy

  • Accommodation – Caravan, Self-contained apartment, or BYO tent or mobile home. For those who wish to imbibe Agnihotra and Homa Therapy into their lives as well as benefit from a healing and transformational Homa Biosphere created over a 30 year period.
  • Earth Healing work – Occasionally we go to Power sites to assist with Homas.


Agnihotra sunrise at an indigenous sacred site, Western Australia

  • Learn how to perform Agnihotra and other Homas  – People are welcome to drop in half an hour before sunrise or sunset Agnihotra to experience the healing transformative atmosphere and to witness how it is performed. Phone first so we can let you know the Agnihotra times and our availability. 02-49981332


Karen Cleveland, resident of Om Shree Dham and Arnaud on the left, a French Wwoofer

  • Sunday Satsang at Om Shree Dham – Most Sundays from 11am to 1pm we have small gatherings here where we meditate, sing devotional songs and read from sacred texts. All welcome. Please ring to confirm your attendance. 02-49981332

Vyahruti Homa, meditation with Lingams, Crystal bowl sounding activities at Satsang

  • Outreach through Free Workshops and Talks. If you are a good networker and would like to organise a workshop on Agnihotra and Homa Therapy in your vicinity – contact us. We are also available as Presenters at Conferences/ Festivals, etc. Homa Therapy is always taught free of charge world-wide. We appreciate help with travel and accommodation expenses through donations.

Lee Ringma conducting an Agnihotra workshop in Kensington, Melbourne, Vic  

New Agnihotris receiving instruction and performing their first Agnihotra at a workshop

  • Online shop. As well as supplies for Homa Therapy we specialise in providing other powerful healing tools including Narmada Lingams, Yantras, Moldavite, raw and set as pendants and superb, Meru pyramid, Natural Incense traditionally made. See www.agnihotra.com.au/Products.

Narmada Lingams – great meditation tools. Giant Lingams for earth healing.   https://omshreedham.com.au/?post_type=product&paged=2


New Product! The Meru Pyramid

A fusion of two ancient energy devises; the pyramid and the Shree Yantra

  • Energise and cleanse jewellery, crystals, essences, etc
  • For healing and balancing – Place Yantra underneath and pyramid on top of chakra or area of body.
  • Enhances meditation

             We are having wonderful results with this healing combination



Beautiful Copper Crystal Yantra Pendant, handcrafted at Om Shree Dham. https://omshreedham.com.au/?product=copper-and-clear-quartz-yantra-pendant


Life Enhancing Set

A most powerfully transformative healing tool. Contains highly charged meteorite imbued sand collected from a planetary energy centre and the essence of Agnihotra Fires. The vials, when held in both hands quickly and tangibly clear, balance and uplift. Can create deep meditative states. As well helps one to sleep while in a protective cocoon. Placed on either side of food, cleaning agents, paint, medications, etc. items are purified energetically and brought into a more life-friendly state. Many energetic healers and people in general who might normally not feel subtle energy so easily, are deeply moved by the healing energy-field created by these ‘Tools of Grace’. https://omshreedham.com.au/?product=life-enhancing-kit



Agnihotra Travel Boxes. Made to order at Om Shree Dham. Email us info@agnihotra.com.au

  • Homa Organic Farm and Retreat Centre building in progress. We are welcoming skilled volunteers to help us with the farming and building. Once the Retreat Centre is built we will be holding various courses here related to Homa Organic Farming, Homa Therapy Teacher Training, and much more. Contact us if you wish to give a hand. info@agnihotra.com.au

 Work Exchange at Om Shree Dham


Bringing in the good energy with Agnihotra to start planting

Abundant healthy eggplants, broccoli, snake beans, basil, carrots and big juicy tomatoes this year



The new Retreat Centre in progress

 May there be Love, peace and healthy environments for all,

Frits, Lee, Ana, Karen and Joy


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