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We started Agnihotra Homa Therapy 1978. We have been doing Homa Farming in the Middle East and lecture on our personal experiences in Europe and Asia. Most impressive experience with this Technology was the miraculous healings we experienced on us,on our children, family members, friends and neigbours. On our farm we only used Agnihotra ash powder, Agnihotra Ash water solution and of course the regular performance of Agnihotra as well as other Homa Fires.Wonderful how easy this process is. Not much education required. It's simple and easy applicable in everyones busy life, because it just takes 5 to 10 minutes of our time, depend on the experience. We invite you: "Come join us and heal the world. God bless you."(Please note: articles published may not be of our opinion, but for the sake of comunication, education, exchange and discussion papers are posted here).

Samstag, 26. November 2011

Selfe study cont....

Why is my life so difficult? Everything is so unfair. I am so miserable because….! No one understands me. This life is stupid. What a terrible world. People are animals, worst then that, etc. We all have thought similar thought one day. We all know the struggles sometime to be faced in a human life. Is there a way out? Good question. Or do we have to suffer until the end, until our last breath? Well, Lord Buddha said:” life is suffering.” He wanted to know the way out himself and started to examine the nature of life. He found an enlightened Guru who gave some initial guidance to him. We do not know the name but it is said that he came to Bhargava (Bhrugu) Ashram in a forest. I thing, yes, we all need guidance to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I also think that it is exactly what we are ment to be for searching for that light. Certainly we all will get the guidance and will be shown the light. In the Bible it is stated:” Knock and it will be opened.” To look beyond that, what we call day to day struggles or businesses, to eagerly try to find the meaning the truth and purpose of our life that is our knocking. In ancient text of Patanjali, a saint of the past it is stated:” Tapa, Swadyaya, Ishwarapranidhanani…..” These are Sanskrit words for:” Self discipline, self study and total surrender to the divine (god).” What does he mean with that? We experience the world through our sense organs. Body skin, ear, eye and mouth, etc. With self discipline we can learn to get a little control about the effect the world has on our senses. We are not driven by the senses. We manage the senses. We know when to eat for example, how much to eat, when to stop eating. Similarly we know when to talk, what to talk and when to keep silence. All this we can learn by applying self discipline, self control. That at least gives us the feeling of been able to decide to be happy or not. But the decision is with us because we have mastered a bit of our sensations to the outside world. Great! Self study means to see myself in the entire picture of this world as one part of it. But what am I in the picture? What is my position? What is my nature? What I am? Who am I?...... That is a nice and exiting search. It is like going trekking…., well you see beautiful landscapes and sometimes you come across a wild animal which makes your frightened. But the direction of the search is within! We take the rout into the mind, into our inner selves. Like Lord Buddha, we close our eyes and start watching our selves. For that we are able to find numberless guidance through different spiritual schools; Franciscan, Benedictine and other Monasteries as well as Sufi, Buddhist and school of yogis. This is essential for our journey to happiness and contentment. Self study! Total surrender to the divine! Well first of all does something like that exist? Why did he say total surrender to the divine? He must have had the experience that this divine something, we may call it light, god, avatar, master, and saint, angel, etc. exist. Maybe it does not only exist; if we speak of existence we most probably look for something in a distance, outside…. Maybe this existence is within, this divinity is us, is actually that which makes us complete. “We are made in the image of thy father,” states the bible. In this context father refers too as god divine. Saints, mystics and hermits of all walks of life speak about similar experiences when they touch again the source of their existence within them self. What they refer too as self realization or god realization. To surrender to the divine paves the way to the divine within. Lord Jesus, while he was praying to the Lord gave a very important message to all of us:” Father, please let this cup pas by me, but not my will thy will be done.” (skt: Idam na ma ma). He knew about the torture and physical suffering he had to face. He was able to escape also, but he gave us the direction what it means “surrender to god”, the direction to perfect Love. The lives of most of us are not close to the suffering He had to take. Still some of us have very, very hart time to experience and want to get out! So, get out. Change your lifestyle, change our environment, and make the divine the center of your journey on this earth. Knock and it will be opened. Become simple and unattached. Leave your desires aside, leave likes and dislikes. Remember Jesus, Muhammad, Guru, Divine Mother and Saints!! Surrender to the Lord, surrender to the divine according to your understanding and believe. Love and Light.

Mittwoch, 23. November 2011

Personal Swadhyaya – like to share it with you.

(In the name of God. Bismillahi Rahmani Rahim) What is humility? Why is it so difficult to be humble? Humility is a state of mind – also it is a naturel state of mind, but as we grow from child to adulthood we lose more and more this blissful character for the tendency to control and to rule. It is easy to get back! Saints tell us: To “BE”! Not to judge! Not to complain! To be humble! All this may be clear and understandable but also difficult to understand. What does it mean? If we are able to understand it, do we really get it? What means to “BE”? Of course as I am aware that I am alive - I Am. Or do I miss something here? If I speak about I AM what do I refer too. What is I AM? Well, according to Saints ”I AM” is the ONE without a second. It is the ultimate realization of being divine, interconnected to everything. Yes, what does that mean? Am I crazy or out of mind to consider man been part of ALL and divine? What is divine? What is the why of our existence or the existence of that what we call creation? Watch, bless, accept! No need to fight……. My beloved Master said:” Be in the world, but not of the world.” This sentence is so deep, so meaningful. Every day to pray:” Divine grace not my will thy will be done, let me see with your eyes, let me speak with your words and let me listening with your love and understanding. May I realize and live Thy divine love. Humility is gratitude for every moment in live. Humility is to accept. Humility is to respect. Humility is to love thy neighbor as thyself. Humility is being ready to help, ready to listen, ready to support, and ready to BE. A humble man does not judge. “NOW”. “NOW” is the moment to BE. IT IS ONLY DIFFICULT TO BE HUMBLE AS LONG AS WE DO “WANT”. Leaving likes and dislikes and surrender with gratitude lead to our heart and into humility by nature, that what we are, our real nature, divine. OM SHREE

Freitag, 18. November 2011

Sheik Akal Beirut Lebnon with SHREE Vasant

We have visited Lebnon 199.? I can not recall the exact year. SHREE visited Druze. It is an ancient culture living in Jebbel el Druze, Shouf Mountains. I was very much impressed to learn about it. Similarities are there to SHREE'S message and the happenings today which I beleave are part of the prediction for the future as given in Druze culture.The time is now.

Sonntag, 13. November 2011

Conservation with Agnihotra Ash

Cheese covered with Agnihotra Ash. Agnihotra Ash can be used also to preserve food, pickles, grains, conserves, dry foods etc. It helps to keep insects away.