- n. A mythical, mystic sacred realm in Tibetan Buddhism.
““On Aging in Shambhala” is a blog that looks at different ways of viewing aging in a spiritual community.”
“A Canadian-American, her paintings have been featured in Shambhala Sun and have been exhibited in such prominent galleries as the Whitney Museum of American Art. Funny that I had to go all the way to Dublin to discover her.”
“It is undoubtedly from a distortion of the word Shambhala that Western romantic writers derived the idea of Shangrila – a Paradise on Earth.”
“It is undoubtedly from a distortion of the word Shambhala that Western romantic authors derived the idea of Shangrila – a Paradise on Earth.”
“Perhaps Manjushri-yashas just borrowed the name Shambhala to refer to his kingdom and it was never actually called by that name.”
““If he reaches this so-called Shambhala, I fear he will find not only fortune but a darkness that he will use against those who cast him out: his sworn enemy, the Church.””
“Although there may be a place in this world representative of Shambhala, that is not the actual fabled land.”
“Many monks in Mongolia rebelled against the persecution and instigated the so-called Shambhala War of 1930-1932.”
“It's called Shambhala: The Sacred Path of The Warrior.”
“(Ordinary Mornings of a Coliseum, which includes the stunning "Shambhala" [48-53]), and I asked whether he might want to submit a poem for the volume, given his long-term practice of Tibetan Buddhism and its rippling presence in past poetry.”
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