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Shambhalla part 21


The Kalachakra tradition revolves around the concept of time (kaala) and cycles (chakra): from the cycles of the planets, to the cycles of human breathing, it teaches the practice of working with the most subtle energies within one's body on the path to enlightenment.

The Kalachakra deity represents a buddhahood and thus omniscience. Since Kalachakra is time and everything is under the influence of time, Kalachakra knows all. Kalachakri, his spiritual consort and complement, is aware of everything that is timeless, not time-bound or out of the realm of tim

The term "wheel" evoked herewith is a principal polyvalent sign, teaching tool, organising metaphor and iconographic device within Indian religions. Some "wheel" cognates are the aṣṭamaṅgala symbol of the dharmachakra, Vishnu's Sudarshana Chakra and the theory of saṃsara.

Kalachakra refers to many different traditions: for example, it is related to Hindu Shaiva, Samkhya, Vaishnava, Vedic, Upanishadic and Puranic traditions and also to Jainism. The Kalachakra mandala includes deities which are equally accepted by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists.

The first notable king of Shambhala, King Suchandra ( "Chandrabhadra), requested teaching from the Buddha. In response to this request, the Buddha gave the first Kalachakra root tantra. By practicing the Kalachakra the whole of Shambhala became an enlightened society. Suchandra was followed by an additional six Dharmarajas (Truth Kings), with his eighth successor, Manjushri Yashas (Sanskrit name "Manjushrikirti"), the first of the 25 Kalki Kings.

"Manjushri Yashas" is said to have lived in the second century BCE. He formatted the Kalachakra teachings into a condensed and simplified structure termed the "Sri Kalachakra" or "Laghutantra." He also taught a group of bramhan priests the knowledge of Shambhala and gave them the Kalachakra initiation, they all became enlightened.


I am sharing with you in this auspicious occasion of Buddha purnima the two secret mantra of tibbat. Today do mantra meditation after 8.00 pm onwards.

1- The six syllables mantra to remove the negative karma and to break the cycle of karma.

ah aah sha sa ma ha ?
अ: आ: शा सा मा हा

Chant this mantra everyday it decreases negative karma. Everyone who sees the mantra will get a decrease in negative karma after 15 days. This mantra you can write down and read every day ! It will decrease negative energy and karma after 15 days !!!!!! Everyone who sees it gets the same benefits. Today chant this mantra before the Manjushri mantra that I am sharing below.

2- I am sharing a secret mantra to open the door of wisdom, that will help you to cut your ego and go beyond your body,mind and soul, and take you into the journey of enlightenment, According to Dailailama this is the mantra to get enlightened.


Om a ra pa ca na dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih dhih......chant upto the breath.
ॐ आ रा पा चा ना धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:धी:
(पहले गहरी सांस लेके मंत्र बोले, फिर धी:धी: को सांस रहने तक बोलते चले,

Please try the manjushri mantra until you cant breath no more ! Your ego will thank ur soul for breathing and will obey your soul if your soul asks your ego to obey only him .But chant it until your ego cant breath no more and is going to die.