“I live in The Alborada, Guayquil. I am 44 years old. I was diagnosed with diabetes. Recently I also was told that I have heart problems, high blood pressure and arthritis. Two of my fingers were starting to deform and I had a very intense pain in the left arm. Every morning when I woke up my arms were asleep and I could not even brush my hair, because of the pain in my arm. I suffered over 6 months with this pain. When I moved my fingers I had a horrible pain. My husband is witness of all that; to move from one side to the other I had to request hishelp. I did not feel anything in one leg (from the foot up to the knee). I felt always tired, I didn’t want to get up and I suffered from depression. I just wanted to cry, I did not have interest in anything else.
Now we are practicing Agnihotra for 3 consecutive weeks and I am taking the Agnihotra ash more than 3 times a day, in water, in juice, in whatever I take.
Now I can move my arm and the fingers without any problem or pain, the leg is no longer asleep, I have recovered the sensibility. Before Homa Therapy, I could not sleep because of the pain, now I sleep very well. I am more calm and I do not get upset so easily like before. Everyone in the family is taking Agnihotra ash and we all feel better. Now, my glucose is normal and I do not need any medicines. I am doing many things and everybody can see that I am very happy.”
José Posligua, husband
“I am 50 years old and I am doing the Agnihotra fire with my wife and also take the Agnihotra ash. I was the one who brought Homa Therapy home. I learnt about it in Vinces (Homa Center ‘La Zenaida’). But my wife didn’t believe me, she thought that it was witchcraft until she read in the newspaper about Medical doctors who reported cases of healing with this therapy and then we decided to come to the Homa Center in Guayaquil.
Before practicing Agnihotra we also had personal problems in our marriage, we even consulted a psychologist, which could not help us. But now with Homa Therapy everything is better and we are both more tolerant.”
Cecilia Espinosa de Posligua