CASE STUDY

COUNTRY South America
CITY Guayaquil, Ecuador
NAME Alejandro Cajas
MONTH, YEAR July,  2014
ISSUE Dreams Not Fulfilled
DURATION OF ILLNESS Undisclosed
DURATION OF HEALING 13 Years
GENERAL CONDITION BEFORE AGNIHOTRA Less Confidence
Stress
Could Not Hold A Bird
Dreams Not Fulfilled
No Amazing Things
No Miracle
CONDITION AFTER AGNIHOTRA Faced Difficulties With Confidence
No Stress
Holded A Bird In Hands Easily
Dreams Fulfilled
Witness Beautiful Things
Miracle
Emotion Of Happiness

TYPE OF THERAPY Performing Agnihotra and Using Agnihotra Ash
DISEASE CATEGORY

ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION IN PATIENT’S OWN WORDS

“I have been practicing Agnihotra for 13 years. When you practice this technique, you do not expect life to change. However, you do not absorb things, and you know how to face the difficulties with confidence, without stress. But amazing things do happen. For example, recently when I had just finished morning Agnihotra, the window was open and I saw a little bird. Since I was a small a child, I wished to hold a bird; this was my dream. And I said: ‘My God, when are you going to grant me this wish. I am not going to do any harm, I will not hurt it, but I would like to hold it’.”
“The bird was sitting on a twig. I approached slowly so that it would not fly away. It looked at me, then it bowed down its head, closed its eyes and I talked to him, asking ‘are you sick?’ Then I took it into my hands. It allowed me to do that. It did not fly away. I took it with me downstairs to my wife and I said: ‘See this little bird. It allowed me to take it from a twig’. My daughter also arrived; they are already accustomed to witness so many beautiful things happening. Then I took it back. It grabbed the twig, raised his head, opened his eyes, looked at me and then flew away. It was a desire fulfilled by God. I consider this a miracle; this contact with an animal that fears us because of their experiences; they carry the fear of man in their genes. For me, that was an emotion of happiness.”

Alejandro Cajas,
Guayaquil, Ecuador,

South America