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Shambala Study Group

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The Shambala Study Group Meetings are free!

This Group was created with the intention of learning together about Shambala.

The name Shambala, comes from Sanskrit and means: “The Source of Divine Happiness” or “The Mystical Path to the Source of Pure and Endless Happiness.”

Shambala is considered a sacred land, which doesn’t exist in the physical plane, but in a parallel etheric world, which coexists simultaneously with the physical universe. Its inhabitants are enlightened beings whose role is to assist the spiritual evolution of humans and the Planet Earth. This etheric land of celestial origin has a very close vibration with our physical world; this explains why Shambala’s beings can instantaneously take actions on our Planet.

There are many authors who wrote about Shambala and its mysteries: Alexandra David Neel (http://www.omnutrition.com/store/), Victoria LaPage (http://www.omnutrition.com/store/), Nicholas Roerich (http://www.omnutrition.com/store/), Andrew Thomas (http://www.omnutrition.com/store/), Edwin Bernbaum (http://www.omnutrition.com/store/), Rene Guenon (http://www.omnutrition.com/store/), etc.

The Russian painter/writer Nicholas Roerich (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Roerich) is said to have had close connections with Shambala and even visited Shambala during his expeditions in Asia. He wrote in his books about this sacred land and about its extraordinary inhabitants. In New York is the Nicholas Roerich Museum (http://www.roerich.org) dedicated to his art work, including paintings of the Shambalian landscape (http://www.google.com/#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=nicholas+roerich+shambbhala+pictures&oq=nicholas+roerich+shambbhala+pictu&gs_l=hp.3.0.33i21.69067.83930.1.85287.35.24.1.10.11.0.99.1776.24.24.0.les%3B..0.0...1c.1.6.psy-ab.1IK0ui-g_QU&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.43828540,d.b2I&fp=11445c42b38fdae8&biw=1224&bih=579).

The famous Conte of Saint Germain (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Count_of_St._Germain) it is said to have retired in Shambala after his “death”.

The Shambala Study Group meets once a month, preferably the last Friday of the month. We meet in a private location. If you are interested in joining us, email me and I will give you details about the meeting place.

The Shambala Study Group Meetings are free!

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