Shambhallah is the mythical Shangri-La. An ideal society hidden away from the rest of the world to preserve its purity, secret mystical traditions and ancient alternative technologies. Ancient Zhang Zhung texts identify Shambhallah with the Sutlej Valley in Punjab or Himachal Pradesh, India. Mongolians identify Shambhallah with certain valleys of southern Siberia. In Altai folklore, Mount Belukha is believed to be the gateway to Shambhallah. Modern Buddhist scholars seem to conclude that Shambhallah 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 Shambhallah is hidden inside a remote, abandoned monastery in Tibet, and guarded by beings known as the Shambhallah Guardians. More History
The core teachings of this 20,000-year-old spiritual way of life endure.
Shambhallah “Sun Energy” or “Suraya”
Shambhallah is a solar tradition. Most indigenous Pagan beliefs are Luna traditions. Solar energy draws you upward. It lifts you to be the best and most powerful you, that you can be, in all aspects of your life.
Shambhallah teaches “Surya” techniques. Surya, Samba or Saura are Hindu/Sanskrit terms that connote the “sun” or anything “solar”-related. Sun-worship is the most ancient spiritual tradition that is still alive. Though Suraya is a Hindu masculine deity, believed to reside in the middle region of the cosmos, this tradition upholds reverence of the divine feminine, with focus on Urvashi “the dawn” and Gayatri “first wisdom/words” whose mantra is dedicated to the Sun-god as the prime source of life.
What Can We Gain From Ancient Shambhallah Suraya Techniques Today?
Spending conscious meditative time with the sun each morning (sun-gazing) allows for a build up of energy in the solar-plexus and 3rd eye. The build up of this solar energy in the body produces joy, freedom from depression, personal charisma, radiant health, freedom from sickness, extended life, freedom from victimization and invulnerability, good luck, success and spontaneous paranormal abilities. Utilizing ancient Shambhallah Suraya methods for harvesting this energy speeds up and amplifies these results.
Shambhallah Suraya also incorporates advanced ancient Vedic astronomy, mathematics and a structured reverent connection with nature
“Turn your face to the sun and you cannot see the shadow” Anon
The future concept of Shambhallah plays an important role in world myth and religious teachings, and has particular relevance in Tibetan mythology about the future. The indigenous Alti-Himalayan equivalent of King Arthur, known as Gesar Khan, was born in Shambhallah and will return from there to be the next world leader. Some of his legends were taken across into Iceland, where they transformed into the Völsunga saga and in Germany they became The Song of the Nibelungs, in France and England they became the Camelot and Arthur legends. Hindu texts, such as Vishnu Purana, mention Shambhallah as the birth place of Kalki, the final incarnation of Vishnu who will usher in a new Golden Age.
The Buddhist myth of Shambhala is an adaptation of the earlier Hindu myth. The Buddhist Kalachakra prophesies are the only violent xenophobic vision. It envisions a future religious war where Buddhist armies challenge Islam for world domination.
Every religion on the planet whispers about The Ones who will come from Shambhallah to change the world. But the change is one of hearts and minds of people as they evolve a new Shambhallah world paradigm.
Shambhallah Awareness Centre has preserved these ancient wisdoms and traditions and teaches:
The empowerment of the individual & service of the world, in unity.