There are many realities that exist beyond third dimension.
To find them one must come raise their conscious awareness
- heal their issues - which allows them to come into balance
on all levels of awareness - thus releasing the emotional
grip of the physical realms or third dimension.
To reach Shambhala is to move one's frequency past that
of third dimension - and into faster moving frequency called
higher light where one no longer needs a physical body to
Human history has always had its gods and goddess who created
reality and went on to guide its evolution from higher places
of reality in the 'sky'.
In our reality - we look for answers with higher spiritual
entities called master teachers. These ascended masters
supposedly live in realities of higher frequency of light.
Shambhala is the name given to one of these places.
Different cultures and spaces in history have legends about
the place of their gods and teachers - such as Mount Olympus
in ancient Greek mythology.
In our reality - we see our teachers from above as either
spiritual masters or aliens. Recorded history has shown
visitations in strange ships - we often call UFO'S or Vimanas
- in all ancient civilizations. they are supposedly our
creators. Many feel they will return one day as all prophecies
show that it is a time of spiritual change in which consciousness
returns to its former state of enlightenment.
Shambhala is generally linked with teachers from the ancient
city of Tibet a place of great spiritual learning. It is
from this land that many in human form have supposed ascended
to the realms of the great teachers of wisdom and sacred
knowledge where one can go - if only in meditation - to
come away with knowledge of the higher realms and the nature
of our reality.
Our souls, in the 21st century - are questors - seekers
of truths. We sense great spiritual transformation on the
planet know and meditate for that knowledge.
Much of it come from creating balance within one's soul.
To create harmony within the Subtle Bodies of human experience
- is to find Shambhala - a paradise, if you will.
On the way to enlightenment, Shambhalans acquire such powers
a Clairvoyance, - Biolocation, the ability to move at great
speeds - and the ability to materialize and disappear at
will - Telekinesis - and the union of the soul with the
Oneness of universe.
This all goes to studies of Sacred Geometry - and the creational
of our reality with a sacred blueprint that repeats in loops
we call physical time.
Shambhala, known as the 'Hidden Kingdom' is thought of in
Tibet as a community where perfect and semi perfect beings
live and are guiding the evolution of humankind. It is considered
to be the source of the Kalachakra, [as in wheels or Chakras
of energy] which is the highest and most esoteric branch
of Tibetan mysticism.
Shambhala is a magical land which is shaped like an eight-petalled
lotus flower. It has been ruled by priest-kings for many
thousands of years; in fact, the legend of Shambhala predates
the introduction of Buddhism into Tibet. In the aboriginal
Bon religion, Shambhala is known as Olmolungrung, and is
based on the square instead of the circle.
Shambhala forms a gateway between the physical and spiritual
realms. It is endowed with riches, and is ideally suited
for the habitat of enlightened souls. They are not attached
to the fruits of karma, and are but one step from Buddhahood.
This is the realm to be sought for rebirth if one desires
the swiftest path to Nirvana.
Many western explorers, hearing tales of a Golden City of
Shambhala, sought to find it in the frozen wastes of northern
Tibet. This resulted in the present-day term "Shangri-la,"
which, like El Dorado, signifies an unattainable goal. This
is an unfortunate misunderstanding, for ultimately Shambhala
is a place accessible to anyone, if only one can be free
of karmic attachments.
Tibetan religious texts describe the physical makeup of
the hidden land in detail. It is thought to look like and
eight-petaled lotus blossom because it is made up of eight
regions, each surrounded by a ring of mountains.
In the centre of the innermost ring lies Kalapa, the capital,
and the king's palace, which is composed of gold, diamonds,
coral, and precious gems. The capital is surrounded by mountains
made of ice, which shine with a crystalline light.
The technology of Shambhala is supposed to be highly advanced;
the palace contains special 'skylights' made of lenses which
serve as high-powered telescopes to study extraterrestrial
life, and for hundreds of years Shambhala's inhabitants
have been using aircraft and cars that shuttle through a
network of underground tunnels.
Strange sightings in the area where Shambhala is thought
to be seem to provide evidence of its existence. Tibetans
believe that the land is guarded by beings with superhuman
powers. In the early 1900s an article in an Indian newspaper,
the Statesman, told of a British major who, camping in the
Himalayas, saw a very tall, lightly clad man with long hair.
Apparently, noticing that he was being watched, the man
leaped down the vertical slope and disappeared. To the major's
astonishment, the Tibetans with whom he was camping showed
no surprise at his story; they calmly explained that he
had seen one of the snowmen who guard the sacred land.
A more detailed account of these snowmen guardians was given
by Alexandra David-Neel, an explorer who spent 14 years
in Tibet. While travelling through the Himalayas she saw
a man moving with extraordinary speed and described him
as follows: "I could clearly see his perfectly calm impassive
face and wide-open eyes with their gaze fixed on some invisible
distant object situated somewhere high up in space. The
man did not run. He seemed to lift himself from the ground,
proceeding by leaps. It looked as if he had been endowed
with the elasticity of a ball, and rebounded each time his
feet touched the ground. His steps had the regularity of
While people - especially Tibetan lamas - have been searching
for Shambhala for centuries, those who seek the kingdom
often never return, either because they have found the hidden
country and have remained there.
Tibetan texts containing what appear to be historical facts
about Shambhala, such as the names and dates of its kings
and records of corresponding events occurring in the outside
world, give Tibetans additional reason for believing that
the kingdom exists.
Recent events that seem to correspond to the predictions
of the mythic kingdom add strength to their belief. The
disintegration of Buddhism in Tibet and the growth of materialism
throughout the world, coupled with the wars and turmoil
of the 21st century, all fit in with the prophecy of Shambhala.
Shambhala is the place where King Sucandra, having come
from the north of Kashmir, brought and developed the practice
of Kalachakra, after he had received its empowerment and
teachings at Dhanyakataka.
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The prophecy of ShambPutucusiala states that each of its
kings will rule for 100 years. There will be 32 in all,
and as their reigns pass, conditions in the outside world
will deteriorate. Men will become more warlike and pursue
power for its own sake, and an ideology of materialism will
spread over the Earth. When the Barbarians who follow this
ideology are united under an evil king and think there is
nothing left to conquer, the mists will lift to reveal the
icy mountains of Shambhala. The Barbarians will attack Shambhala
with a huge army equipped with terrible weapons. Then the
32nd king of Shambhala, Rudra Cakrin, will lead a mighty
host against the invaders. In a last great battle, the evil
king and his followers will be Shambhala.