CASE STUDY

COUNTRY South America
CITY Piura, Peru
NAME Fanny Mendoza de Perez
MONTH, YEAR August,  2007
ISSUE “Richardson-Steele-Olszewski” Syndrome, a dysfunction of the movement
DURATION OF ILLNESS 2 years
DURATION OF HEALING 3 Month
GENERAL CONDITION BEFORE AGNIHOTRA Dependent on wheelchair for whole life with irreversible Syndrome
Suffering from irritability, constipation, nervousness, heaviness
Suffering from rigidity of the body
Able to open only half eyes
Unable to move without help
Unable to take food or get dressed with own hands
Difficulty in swallowing food
CONDITION AFTER AGNIHOTRA Able to walk with a little help
Become more agile
Able to speak fluently
Fast recovery
TYPE OF THERAPY Performing Agnihotra
DISEASE CATEGORY “Richardson-Steele-Olszewski” Syndrome, a dysfunction of the movement

ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION IN PATIENT’S OWN WORDS

In the year 2000, Fanita suffered an automobile accident. She was taken to the Hospital of West Palm Beach, Florida, where the doctors operated a fracture on her right foot. Little by little, she was recovering from the accident, but she could not walk nor stand.
In 2002, she traveled to France where Dr. Dubois did new checkups, detecting a deficiency in the muscles that causes certain rigidity in the body and difficulty to walk. She was diagnosed with the so denominated “Richardson-Steele-Olszewski” Syndrome, a dysfunction of the movement caused by damage to certain nervous cells in the brain. She was confined to a wheelchair for the rest of her life with this irreversible Syndrome. Her muscles were deteriorating day by day. She also suffered from irritability, constipation, nervousness, heaviness and rigidity of the body. She could only maintain her eyes half-open. She could not change alone into another position. She could not take food or get dressed with her hands; she was stuttering and she had difficulty to swallow food.
Then she came to Piura (Peru). She practices the Homa fires since 1st of February 2007. After 7 days, we started seeing positive changes in her. Her assistant did Agnihotra in her presence in the morning and evening, since Fanita was not able to do it on her own, because of her trembling hands. She participates in the Tryambakam Homa for fifteen minutes in the “Cayetano Heredia” Hospital from Monday through Friday. The Gonzales Zapata family are the volunteers, who do the Homa fires in the hospital. On Thursdays, she attends the “Women’s Homa Healing Circle” in the home of Liliana Llanos. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, we do Agnihotra in her home, where she also has started to do some Tryambakam daily with her assistant, who attends here in everything. She practices daily exercises of conscious breathing, accompanied by the Mantra “Om Shree”, repeating it many times. Now, she tries to follow the Tryambakam Mantra together with Master Shree Vasants voice on a CD.
She also does take Agnihotra ash. With the consumption of one spoonful of ghee with Agnihotra ash daily she has been able to overcome the problem of constipation. She does use the Yantram and also wants a Shiva Lingam.
Now, after three months with Homa Therapy, she is able to walk with a little help. She is more agile, she speaks fluently, and keeps a smile on her face (before she seemed angry) and enjoys doing all the Homa fires on her own. Now, she is on her way to great recovery. With her agile movements she tells you: ”I am alive again”. She keeps a lot of hope and faith that one day she will be able to do all the daily chores by herself.
Recently she has begun with yoga classes, which she attends on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after doing the evening Agnihotra in the “Mother Teresa” school. Now, Fanita lives every day with enthusiasm, overlooking the difficult moments that are always there. The whole family appreciates her healing and is grateful to Homa Therapy.
With Love, Pili, Claudia Eillen and Lucia Agurto

Fanny Mendoza de Perez

Piura, Peru

South America