Bhrugu Aranya is a blossoming International Ecovillage, the only one of its kind in Poland. Since 1995, our ecological farm has grown into an expanding community of several families with people of all ages, all of whom are dedicated to healing the environment. This is an educational centre for learning about Homa Therapy in its many applications in an experiential way. Here at Bhrugu Aranya, you can participate in Homa Organic Gardening, Self-development, healing, meditation and exploring one’s true creative potential.
Our vision is for a global Ecovillage, people from varying cultures, races and religions all working together to save our beloved Mother Earth. We envision our Ecovillage manifesting into a powerful place where healing, organic farming, sustainable lifestyle and creative expression through arts and music will find their home. Now more then ever, there is a need to return to ways of existing in harmony with nature and our fellow living beings.
We happily welcome visitors from all over the world to learn Homa Therapy and experience life in our ecovillage. We are situated in a beautiful mountain region, bordered by forests with views of the majestic Tatra Mountains and surrounding hills an valleys. The energy from the many fires performed here is palpable and rejuvenating.Staying at Bhrugu Aranya, many people have had transformational experiences, which have positively affected their lives.
At Ecovillage Bhrugu Aranya we offer positions to people interested in volunteering with us during the warmer months in exchange for accommodation and meals. Over the years many people from all over the world have volunteered at our community, experienced our unique way of living, tasted our organic vegetarian gourmet food, and helped us with our daily work.
Tucked deep in the foothills of the Tatra Mountains, in southern Poland, you find Bhrugu Aranya Ecovillage, a centre for healing and refuge in these tumultuous times. Established in 1995, with the focus of creating a self-sufficient Homa farm and functional community, Bhrugu Aranya has come along way over the years. Now we are taking the next step to our development and building a seminar house which will be made using ecological materials, like straw, clay and wood.