Shamballa, the etheric retreat of Gautama Buddha and the ancient home of Sanat Kumara, is where Jesus ascended. The retreat, once physical on an island of the Gobi Sea, is now anchored in the etheric plane over the Gobi Desert. Here are the headquarters of the Great White Brotherhood on earth. In eastern tradition, Shamballa is the name of an earthly paradise somewhere between the Himalayas and the Gobi Desert. This was brought to the west as Shangri-la in the book by James Hilton, Lost Horizon, featured in the 1937 movie by the same name.
     The main temple of Shamballa has a gold dome and is surrounded by fountains and seven minor temples, on a wide avenue lined with trees, flower and tropical birds. On the altar blazes the threefold pink, blue and gold flame of divine love, wisdom and power. The star of Sanat Kumara hangs on the ceiling above it. Sanat Kumara invites students to come to his retreat to learn the ruby ray initiations of sacrifice, surrender, selflessness and service through the four cosmic offices of the Lion, the Calf, the Man and the Flying Eagle.



Call to attend Shamballa

      In the name of the Christ, My Own Real Self, I call to the Heart of my Mighty I AM Presence, to the Angel of the Presence, to Beloved Archangel Michael, Kuan Yin and the Maha Chohan, to take me to the etheric retreat of Shamballa over the Gobi Desert, according to the will of my Holy Christ Self and the direction of the Maha Chohan. I ask to be taught the ruby ray path of sacrifice, surrender, selflessness and service for the balance and the expansion of the power, wisdom and love of God in my heart.     

    (personal prayer)

     Beloved Sanat Kumara, help me to remember upon awakening all that will help me to fulfill my mission on earth and the mission of my twin flame. I accept this call manifested through the power of the Christ and am thankful for its realization. In the name of the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit and the Divine Mother, Amen.

 

The soul-touching story of Sanat Kumara and the epic tale of the
building of Shamballa is published at www.sanatkumara.info. Please visit this site for more teachings on Sanat Kumara and the 144,000.