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Shambala

Shambala is the Abode of the Creator where dwell the Perfect Ones; in Agni yoga They are called Hierarchs.

On Eastern languages this word means “at the other side of a mountain pass”, i.e. “at the other side of the death of the body”, the “other word”.

Thus, we may understand that one should seek Shambala not on some mountain but inside the depth of the multidimensional space — to seek it through the methods of work with the spiritual heart and refinement of the consciousness.

In terms of Agni yoga, Shambala is called also the “Focus” of the “Main Magnet” for all human souls that have to enter it by undergoing “transmutation”: to enter this highest, subtlest layer of multidimensional space. There, in Shambala, they cognize the Baptism of Fire and, having settled there, they merge forever with the Divine Self of the Primordial Consciousness.

Below are several excerpts from Agni yoga:

“… Humanity must realize its Fiery center in the Hierarchy, which guides humanity and imbues it with the powerful leading principle” [Hierarchy:444].

“The center is occupied by the Hierarchy. From the center emanate all rays…” [Hierarchy:160].

“How little does humanity ponder over the idea of responsibility, when the concept of Shambala is regarded by people as a land ordained for rest! If people would only realize that the Brothers of humanity bear all the burden of man's consciousness! If people would realize that We carry the responsibility for their schemes! If people would realize that, in essence, Shambala is the Source which creates a new and better step for humanity!…” [Hierarchy:17-18, 22]
 

See also:

Agni Yoga
 

 

 

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