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Post by laura ann on August 4th 2013, 7:08 pm

What is your beliefs on Shambhala?

Is their truly a paradise in the Tibetan mountains awaiting us?
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Re: Shambhala

Post by ATouchofHeart on August 11th 2013, 1:16 pm

I have no knowledge of this subject.†

but I do know about the†Celestine Prophecy (have not read it yet) I'm sure it is recommended here.


GogglingShambhala I can across this. I am interested in reading this book.†
I know nothing about†The Tenth Insight either.†


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book description..........
Continuing the exciting adventures of The Celestine Prophecy and The Tenth Insight, this new book takes you to the snow-covered Himalayas, in search of the legendary Tibetan utopia of Shambhala. As you follow a child's instructions, are pursued by hostile Chinese agents, and look for a lost friend, you will experience a new awareness of synchronicity...and discover, hidden among the world's highest mountains, the secrets that affect all humanity. For Shambhala not only actually exists, but is destined to be found in our time-and will reveal powerful truths that can transform the world.


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Author James Redfield takes readers to the mountains of Tibet in search of the mythical place called Shambhala, otherwise known as Shangri-La. Like his previous bestselling books, Redfield holds the tension between an adventure travel story (in this book, armed Chinese soldiers doggedly pursue him) and divine encounters. Rather than preach his spiritual beliefs, Redfield likes to portray himself as a naive pilgrim, receiving wisdom and insights from the various guides and teachers he meets on his metaphysical journeys.
Shambhala is indeed a paradise, just as it was lovingly portrayed in the famous James Hilton novel†Lost Horizon. It is also a spiritual utopia, and Redfield takes great pleasure in pondering the possibilities of living in a culture that is entirely "focused on the life process." Residents explain their lifestyle, which has emerged from a completely spiritual culture, including some rather sensible opinions about technology, parenting, and even genetic testing. Meanwhile, Redfield remains the wide-eyed observer. Those who loved the characters, writing style, and epiphanies in†The Celestine Prophecy†will not be disappointed with Redfield's latest inspirational portrait of a new world order.†--Gail Hudson--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

FrFrom Publishers Weekly
The third book in the Celestine series, this slight fable begins with an appealing spiritual quest, but is soon burdened with Redfield's millennial concerns. Still, readers who made bestsellers of The Celestine Prophecy and The Tenth Insight are not likely to be deterred, especially those who are interested in Eastern wisdom. Instructed by a neighborhood girl to seek a place of total enlightenment, the narrator makes an imaginary journey to Tibet in search of Shambhala (also known as Shangri-La). Under constant threat by Chinese soldiers, he makes a harrowing passage with the help of human and spirit guides, ultimately reaching the kingdom where the secrets of "the eleventh insight" are revealed in stages. Based on the notion that we attract the events in our lives, the 11th insight reveals that prayer in the form of affirmations and positive energy can empower not only individuals, but whole societies. Readers will find value in Redfield's simply stated comments about building energy through nutrition, posture and thought, and refusing to erode one's energy through negative thinking, including hatred, anger and evil. Redfield believes that baby boomers, with their interest in the human potential movement, have the power to fulfill their generational mission (as their parents did with WWII) by using the 11th insight to counter negative social forces, such as lack of community, youth alienation, environmental destruction, terrorism, the power of centralized technology and genetic engineering of all stripes. (Nov.)†
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Post by laura ann on August 11th 2013, 1:21 pm

I have it and it is not as good as the first four† of them....
but is still worth reading
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Post by ATouchofHeart on August 11th 2013, 2:26 pm

Thanks Laura Ann, appreciate the input..
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Post by mia on August 11th 2013, 5:33 pm

I am going to have to look up shambhala .....

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Post by mia on August 11th 2013, 5:40 pm

ok, shambhala is a mythical kingdom, hidden somewhere in Tibet.
I have no problem believing it exists.
Like my unicorn and dragon, they are mythical, but cos I believe in them, they are there.
I can see them with my †third eye and feel their energy.
So, yup, I believe shambhala is there and yes, you may go there.
Try it Laura, have an astral over to shambhala, and tell us what you saw and felt.

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Post by ATouchofHeart on August 11th 2013, 7:48 pm

Yes girls, you both have the ability to travel there.†
Let us know how the trip went and what you saw and experienced Wink

Laura Ann, maybe that is why you are tired...spirit is getting you ready for the experience....

Lindaru on her from the JVP message board told me she has seen me several times during dreams traveling.
I saw her once....
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