Agnihotra and Homa Therapy have a profound effect on all Nature, bringing it back to harmony. This also means there will be beneficial effects in the animal kingdom. So far we have concentrated on the three best farmer’s friends: cows, bees and earthworms, as these play a crucial role in agriculture (and that also means for feeding all of us). Now let us have a look at several studies which were made on the effects of Agnihotra and Agnihotra ash on fish.
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.
As we embark on the next phase of manifesting Centre of Light here at Bhrugu Aranya, the power and Grace that are manifesting at the same time become more apparent. We are humbled by the opportunity, the blessing to serve many people whose lives are in need of the transformative energies of the healing fires. As we move in this world, we are stunned by the sheer magnitude of suffering and yearning in ordinary people we meet. Everywhere. Our fervent wish is to provide a place of refuge and sanctuary where people can come and receive the healing energies that are so strong here at Bhrugu Aranya, and to learn ways to cope with the world, through the power of Fire, Love and this phenomenal path of Grace.
Centre of Light in Jordanow, Poland, is a guided project, dedicated to educate, inspire and assist in healing the planet. These are trying times that call out for solutions. Our goal is to provide ancient solutions for our contemporary world. The Centre of Light will be a safe haven and a beacon of Light for many.
We observed the World Agnihotra Day at Expert Engineering Belgaum, Karnataka, India on 12th March 2019. This was the 9th consecutive year.
Two special purpose Vedic Yajnyas were held at the Homa Therapy Goshala of Fivefold Path Mission, Maheshwar, India, this winter.