It is very easy to imagine what this farm was like 40 years ago, if you look at the photo of the land next to it. (photo right)
This farm was the same; arid, dry soil without a single flower, without a single tree. There was absolutely nothing growing.
The soil here is very clayey and this place was full of brickworks. That’s what this clay is good for, to make bricks.
So first of all, to have what we have and to enjoy this paradise, we have to keep in mind that here are tons of black earth that we have been mixing with this clayey soil for many years.
But the great change, after 40 years, occurred when Homa Therapy was implemented on this farm. We always had struggled a lot to have any tiny plant, and it was very little what we got and we got it very slowly. It was quite complicated. To tell you an anecdote: I dreamed for 20 years or more to have a ‘papayuelo’. I would call the neighboring farmers and friends and they would give me papayuelito seedling and their advice on how to grow the little tree: “You do not look at it” and I did not look at it.Another said, “You have to look at them” and I would look at them and talk to them. The other would say, “Take care of it a lot” and I took good care of it. Another one said “Do not pay any attention to the plant”. I followed those wise women’s advice for years, but nothing worked. Papayuelos did not grow on this soil. Neither did pears. These were two fruits, which I dreamed of having on my land. They also reminded me of the farm of my grandparents in Ubate. In spite of all the effort, they never grew.When Homa Therapy arrived, I moved from Bogota to the farm to support the daily practice of the Homa Fires.
It took approximately three years to see all the splendid results of Homa Therapy in its wide range, because first of all, the Fires had to cleanse a lot of negative energies from this place, on a subtle level.
However, I did the Homa Fires without expecting anything in return.
Suddenly, papayuelos began to appear everywhere. Now, they grow almost like weed, everywhere. They are laden with fruits all year round! And most amazing is that since they are small, not even six inches high, they are already blooming. It is an extremely rare thing! And then the first pears also grew!
Maria Teresa Nuñez
Tenjo, Cundinamarca, Colombia, South America