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Shambhalla: Part 3

Where Is Shambhalla?

Over many centuries, numerous explorers and seekers of spiritual wisdom have embarked on expeditions and quests in search of the mythical paradise of Shambhala, and while many have claimed to have been there, no one has yet provided any evidence of its existence or been able to pinpoint its physical location on a map, however most references place Shambhala in the mountainous regions of Eurasia.

Ancient Zhang Zhung texts identify Shambhala with the Sutlej Valley in Punjab or Himachal Pradesh, India. Mongolians identify Shambhala with certain valleys of southern Siberia. 

In Altai folklore, Mount Belukha is believed to be the gateway to Shambhala. Modern Buddhist scholars seem to conclude that Shambhala is located in the higher reaches of the Himalayas in what is now called the Dhauladhar Mountains around Mcleodganj. Some legends say that the entrance to Shambhala is hidden inside a remote, abandoned monastery in Tibet, and guarded by beings known as the Shambhala Guardians.

Portals Of Shambhalla

The Human Body has chakras or energy vortexes that are connected by channels that transport energy from one part to another. Similarly, Planet Earth is also a living organism that has vortexes of its own.

For some, the fact that Shambhala has never been found has a very simple explanation – many believe that Shambhala lies on the very edge of physical reality, as a bridge connecting this world to one beyond it.

As per my experience, as masters told me, there is lots of specific area in earth where we can connect to the masters. In earth there is lots of portal that indicate the presence of shambhalla. In india the 12 jyotirling, 51 Shaktipith, and 5 element Shiva temple, the mansarovar and many more places serves as a portal. In that plane if we remain free from all desire, and sit quite we can access to Shambhalla.

Nowadays, as our expectations and desires are rising day by day, we are unable to access the real truth that never ends. We go to the sacred and spiritual place only to fulfill all our worldly desires, we don't go there to search for our inner real self.

To explore the SHAMBHALLA teachings do this; Whenever you go to any sacred or divine place, the more spiritual place, just sit and meditate there, leaving all your desire and worries aside. Masters are always ready to guide you and show you the path. Just calm and listen. 

There are lots of places on earth and your surroundings too, that will help you to access the higher plane. It is not necessary for you to go there but it will help you to access the plane. 

By meditation too you can access the plane of consciousness of inner Shambhalla. Masters are always ready to guide you.