A PERSONAL AND WORLD HEALING CEREMONY! (FREE AND OPEN TO ALL WHO WISH TO ATTEND)
Homa is the most ancient and sacred ceremony in the Vedic tradition of Sanatana Dharma. It is a fire in which forms of the Divine are invoked through the power of mantra and profound spiritual intention. Special offerings are cast into the fire while Sanskrit mantras are chanted, and the combined energy of the fire, offerings, and mantras generates powerful spiritual vibrations that bless and purify everyone present, spreading peace and healing through the world.
The smoke that rises from a homa contains a powerful healing energy, and as it rises to the heavens it purifies the atmosphere, both physically and subtly, encouraging a peaceful environment and gentle weather. Even the damaging effects of natural catastrophes can be reduced through the performance of homas. The energetic vibrations that are invoked during a traditional Vedic fire ceremony represent the most powerful presence of the Divine on Earth. The element of fire is associated with the upward motion of the divine kundalini energy and is considered to be the most powerfully purifying element. Every kind of negative karma can be purified by the sacred homa fire, due to divine grace.
Amma presides over the sacred fire ceremony, even performing the homa herself, sitting at the homa altar, and tending the fire with offerings including ghee, herbs, and flowers. Many sacred materials are offered into the fire that contain specific natural energies which are transformed by the flames and prayers.
THINGS TO KNOW AND BRING
- Please wear clean, modest attire that covers the knees and shoulders
- Bring a pillow or blanket if you plan on sitting on the ground. Chairs are also provided
- Please turn all beepers and cell phones off or to blink/vibrate mode so that others are not disturbed
- Please do not take photos without special permission beforehand. Video and audio-taping are not permitted
For more information on the homa sarcred fire ceremony please see our Guide to Sacred Fire Ceremonies
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