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Shamballa Beaded Ball Mystic Spiritual Therapeutic Bracelets And Chains

Made of macrame braided cord and assorted precious metals and stones, Shamballa jewelry is worn by some of the most popular celebrities such as Jay-Z, Michael Jordan, Heidi Klum, Boris Becker, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mary Kate Olsen, Jennifer Flavin, Lebron James and many others celeberties wearing shamballs.

Every Shamballa jewelry item is a unique entity with different tastes and needs. The goal is to unite the therapeutic attributes of the stones to the mind and the body's natural ability to open and heal which brings to life the possibility of the enchanting and vital connection between your personal development and the universal creative force represented by the mystic details of the total package celeberties wearing shamballs

Now Shamballa Bracelvets have the hands-down biggest accessory trend. Hip hop and rap artists like Chris brown, Jay Z, P Diddy, Busta Rhymes, and Dr. Dre have all been spotted wearing Shamballa bracelets, and that’s not all. become Female celebrities like Beyonce and the Kardashians have also been photographed wearing these Buddhist-inspired bracelets. No other accessory is so hot right now! And the great thing about Shamballa bracelets is that there are so many different styles and colours to choose from, so you can accessorize while keeping your personal tastes and preferences in mind. Don’t bother paying hundreds or even thousands of dollars for a designer Shamballa bracelet. Buy them here at for a fraction of the cost! celeberties wearing shamballs The word Shamballa comes from ancient Tibetan and Buddhist traditions. Also spelled Shambhala or Shambala, Shamballa was known as a mythical kingdom hidden somewhere in Inner Asia that was said to epitomize the notion of Pure Land. This was a place where the physical and geographical didn’t matter - only spiritual and visionary concepts. For that reason, Shamballa bracelets represent highly-personal, ancient symbols like karma, inner peace, tranquillity, and happiness. Many people have begun to wear them during yoga session, martial arts practice, and meditation, although most buy them as a way to express their personal spirituality - not to mention mimic their favourite celebrities celeberties wearing shamballs. For extra bling, choose one of our disco ball designs. These disco balls are made with crystal beads in your choice of colour. With styles including colours like pink, yellow, red, blue, black, and silver, Shamballa bracelets cross gender boundaries, meaning that you can wear a Shamballa bracelet with confidence whether you’re a man or a woman. Our popular black crystal disco ball Buddhist bracelet complements any outfit with its basic monotone design while the eye-catching multi-coloured bracelet is sure to turn heads. Buy the turquoise Shamballa bracelet to represent your inner tranquillity. Choose the black and red disco ball bracelet to symbolize love. Select one in your favourite colour and provide your own symbolism and meaning celeberties wearing shamballs. Each bracelet is carefully designed to mimic the favourite Shamballa bracelets of celebrities, so see what your favourite celebrity is wearing and find it.These bracelets are fully adjustable for wrists measuring seven to nine inches in diameter, so most people can wear them comfortably and adjust them to fit. celeberties wearing shamballs When wearing either Shamballa symbol you invite the possibility of connecting directly to the energy of creation. In essence reminding the mind and body of the natural ability to open and heal. When wearing a Shamballa jewelry item you enhance the possibility of being reminded.

Shamballa Bracelets Everyone Will Adore

When it comes to fashionable jewelry, there are many different options, but if you are looking for something that offers not only elegance and beauty, but a symbolic reminder of the importance of calm and peace in our daily lives, Shamballa bracelets are certainly something for you to consider. Shamballa is a city located in Tibet, and these bracelets are Buddhist in origin. They are commonly worn not only by practitioners of the Buddhist traditions, but by yoga and other eastern tradition practitioners as well. The bracelets are ideal for remembering the importance of meditation and enlightenment while also offering a beautiful fashion statement.

Choices for Men and Women

One thing that really stands out about Shamballa bracelets is that they are created with a unisex design. These bracelets are equally fashionable and appealing on both men and women. Our gorgeous selection of these pieces is designed to suit anyone, and you will find that we have plenty of options to ensure that you can find the right choice for your personality. All of our Shamballa bracelets have the traditional corded design that allows them to adjust easily by simply pulling on the correct beads.

A Variety of Color and Material Choices

While the base of a Shamballa bracelet is a cord, you will find that we offer a variety of different materials for our beads. You can choose white shell pearl or faux Tahitian pearls as well as black onyx, hematite, crystals, and more. We also offer a variety of colored crystals for those seeking a bit more color for their jewelry. Your jewelry should always complement your personal tastes, and we work to offer a selection that makes this easy for you to accomplish.

Different Sizes for Different Tastes

Shamballa bracelets are quite similar in design from one to the next, simply because they are a very traditional and symbolic piece of jewelry. Of course, they aren’t all identical. In addition to various colors and materials, you will find that there are also different sizes to choose from. If you prefer smaller jewelry, the 8mm beads may be perfect for you, while those seeking larger items can opt for 10mm or 12mm beads.

Quality and Price Don’t Have to Be Mutually Exclusive. When you are looking to purchase Shamballa bracelets, you will find that quality can vary widely. At, we offer only the highest quality materials and workmanship. All of our jewelry is designed to last. We know that you are looking for only the very best, and we want you to know that this is exactly what you are getting.

Of course, great quality doesn’t have to mean outrageous prices. We have over 100 different styles for you to choose from, and all of our bracelets are designed to fit even the most budget conscious consumer’s wallet. Great fashion doesn’t have to break the bank.

Choosing Shamballa Bracelets

Shamballa bracelets are the hottest jewelry accessory of the year, and you will find that has the selection you are looking for. When you want a look that is sleek and stylish and incredibly attractive, you needn’t turn anywhere else.

Colors and Sizes

Our Shamballa bracelets come in a range of colors and sizes that make it easy to suit any wrist and any personality. Whether you want a gorgeous black and white crystal bracelet or beautiful colored crystals and hematite, we have a fashionable bracelet just for you.

Easy Adjustment and Sizing- With Shamballa bracelets, you never have to worry about buying the wrong size. Simply use the convenient pull cords to make the bracelet as large or as small as you need to get a comfortable fit.

Shamballa bracelets combine symbolism and fashion to provide a unique fashion accessory, and if you browse our great collection, you are bound to find the perfect Shamballa bracelet for your needs!

Shamballa Mystic Spiritual Therapeutic Bracelets And Chains. Made of macrame braided cord and assorted precious metals and stones, Shamballa jewelry is worn by some of the most popular celebrities such as Jay-Z, Michael Jordan, Heidi Klum, Boris Becker, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mary Kate Olsen, Jennifer Flavin, Lebron James and many others.

Every Shamballa jewelry item is a unique entity with different tastes and needs. The goal is to unite the therapeutic attributes of the stones to the mind and the body's natural ability to open and heal which brings to life the possibility of the enchanting and vital connection between your personal development and the universal creative force represented by the mystic details of the total package

The philosophy of Shamballa Jewelry is to create precious jewelry items that welcome the memory of everlasting love and deep compassion between ourselves and others.

The message of our Shamballa Jewelry is the energy of creation which is symbolized by the Star of Shamballa snd the Thunderbolt.

The Star of Shamballa represents the female creative energy of the universe and the Thunderbolt signifies the male firepower of creation. The two sybols are present throughout the designs as a red thread or carved within the metal and surrounded with gemstones.

When wearing either Shamballa symbol you invite the possibility of connecting directly to the energy of creation. In essence reminding the mind and body of the natural ability to open and heal. When wearing a Shamballa jewelry item you enhance the possibility of being reminded.

Shamballa jewelry is created of the highest quality metals, stones and cords which will trigger curiosity and inspire conversation. These Shamballa items will be passed on for generations.

The inhabitants of Shamballa are supposed to have developed an advanced science and technology, which they put to the service of spiritual ends. Tibetan medical texts believed to have come from the kingdom describe human anatomy and physiology, sophisticated theories and methods of diagnosis, and ways to prevent and cure serious diseases. The study of these sciences helps the inhabitants of Shamballa to master the highest science of all, the science of mind or meditation. Through its practise they develop a direct awareness and control of their minds and bodies; these abilities enable them to cure themselves of various ailments. As a side effect, they also acquire extraordinary powers, such as the ability to read others thoughts, foresee the future, and walk at very high speeds. If attacked by an aggressor, they simple either materialise exact copies of his weapons and turn them against him, or they make themselves invisible. Lamas believe that Shamballa has existedsince the beginning of the world but little is known about its early history.

Shamballa came to the attention of a larger western audience through the beliefs of the Theosophists. During the second half of the nineteenth century, a Russian named Madame Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society, a widespread mystical movement that provided the west with its first significant exposure to eastern religions, particularly Buddhism. She claimed to be receiving secret teachings through telepathic and written messages from spiritual masters living somewhere behind the Himalayas. A number of her followers believed that the highest of these masters, モThe Lord of The Worldヤ resided in Shamballa, an invisible oasis hidden in the Gobi Desert. According to their belief, Shamballa was the spiritual centre of the world and the original source of the secret doctrines of Theosophy.

Some lamas have suggested another way in which Shamballa could exist from a modern, scientific point of view, as a civilisation on another planet. On the basis of chance alone, it seems certain that somewhere in the universe there must be intelligent life that has developed a science and technology more advanced than ours. If Shamballa were such a civilisation, it might even exist in the form described by the texts, and its inhabitants could actually possess the power and riches attributed to them. In that case, the shape of the kingdom, round like a globe, might represent the planet on which they live. On the other hand, Shamballa might be an outpost that these aliens have established on earth and concealed through their advanced science and technology.


Kalachakra thangka from Sera Monastery (private collection).In Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Shambhala also spelled Shambala or Shamballa is a mythical kingdom hidden somewhere in Inner Asia. It is mentioned in various ancient texts, including the Kalachakra Tantra and the ancient texts of the Zhang Zhung culture which predated Tibetan Buddhism in western Tibet. The B�n scriptures speak of a closely related land called Olmolungring.

Whatever its historical basis, Shambhala gradually came to be seen as a Buddhist Pure Land, a fabulous kingdom whose reality is visionary or spiritual as much as physical or geographic. It was in this form that the Shambhala myth reached the West, where it influenced non-Buddhist as well as Buddhist spiritual seekers ラ and, to some extent, popular culture in general.

In the Buddhist Kalachakra teachings

Sambhala (this is the form found in the earliest Sanskrit manuscripts of Kalacakra texts; the Tibetans usually transliterated this as "Shambhala") (Tib. bde 'byung) is a Sanskrit term of uncertain derivation. Commonly it is understood to be a "place of peace/tranquility/happiness". Shakyamuni Buddha is said to have taught the Kalachakra tantra on request of King Suchandra of Shambhala; the teachings are also said to be preserved there. Shambhala is believed to be a society where all the inhabitants are enlightened, actually a Buddhist Pure Land, centered by a capital city called Kalapa.

The Buddhist myth of Shambhala is adaptation of the earlier Hindu myth of Kalki of Sambhala found in the Mahabharata and the Puranas. The Buddhist version may be a mythicization of an actual culture whose geographical location can be found in Inner Asia.

Shambhala is ruled over by a line of Kings of Shambhala known as Kalki Kings (Tib. Rigden), a monarch who upholds the integrity of the Kalachakra tantra. The Kalachakra prophesies that when the world declines into war and greed, and all is lost, the 25th Kalki king will emerge from Shambhala with a huge army to vanquish "Dark Forces" and usher in a worldwide Golden Age. Using calculations from the Kalachakra Tantra, scholars such as Alex Berzin put this date at 2424 AD.

Manjushri Yashas (Tib. Rigdan Tagpa) is said to have been born in 159 BC and ruled over a kingdom of 300,510 followers of the Mlechha (Yavana or "western") religion, some of whom worshiped the sun. He is said to have expelled all the heretics from his dominions but later, after hearing their petitions, allowed them to return. For their benefit, and the benefit of all living beings, he explained the Kalachakra teachings. In 59 BC he abdicated his throne to his son, Pu?darika, and died soon afterwards, entering the Sambhoga-k�ya of Buddhahood.

As with many concepts in the Kalachakra Tantra, the idea of Shambhala is said to have "outer", "inner", and "alternative" meanings. The outer meaning understands Shambhala to exist as a physical place, although only individuals with the appropriate karma can reach it and experience it as such. As the 14th Dalai Lama noted during the 1985 Kalachakra initiation in Bodhgaya, Shambhala is not an ordinary country:

Although those with special affiliation may actually be able to go there through their karmic connection, nevertheless it is not a physical place that we can actually find. We can only say that it is a pure land, a pure land in the human realm. And unless one has the merit and the actual karmic association, one cannot actually arrive there. There are various ideas about where this society is located, but it is often placed in central Asia, north or west of Tibet. Ancient Zhang Zhung texts identify Shambhala with the Sutlej Valley in Himachal Pradesh. Mongolians identify Shambala with certain valleys of southern Siberia.

The inner and alternative meanings refer to more subtle understandings of what Shambhala represents in terms of one's own body and mind (inner), and the meditation practice (alternative). These two types of symbolic explanations are generally passed on orally from teacher to student.

The first Kalachakra masters of the tradition disguised themselves with pseudonyms, so the Indian oral traditions recorded by the Tibetans contain a mass of contradictions with regard to chronology.

Western receptions

Nicholas Roerich, Song of Shambhala: Thang-La (1943).The Western fascination with the idea of Shambhala is surprisingly great, and has often been based upon fragmented accounts from the Kalachakra tradition. Tibet was largely closed to Westerners until the twentieth century, and so what information was available about the tradition of Shambhala was haphazard at best.

The first information that reached western civilization about Shambhala came from the Portuguese Catholic missionary Est�v�o Cacella, who had heard about Shambhala (which they transcribed as "Xembala"), and thought it was another name for Cathay or China. In 1627 they headed to Tashilhunpo, the seat of the Panchen Lama and, discovering their mistake, returned to India.

The Hungarian scholar S�ndor Kor�si Csoma, writing in 1833, provided the first geographic account of "a fabulous country in the north...situated between 45' and 50' north latitude". Interestingly enough, due north from India to between these latitudes is eastern Kazakhstan, which is characterized by green hills, low mountains, rivers, and lakes. This is in contrast to the landscape of the provinces of Tibet and Xinjiang in eastern China, which are high mountains and arid.

During the 19th century, Theosophical Society founder HP Blavatsky alluded to the Shambhala myth, giving it currency for Western occult enthusiasts. Blavatsky, who claimed to be in contact with a Great White Lodge of Himalayan Adepts, mentions Shambhala in several places without giving it especially great emphasis. (The Mahatmas, we are told, are also active around Shigatse and Luxor.) Blavatsky's Shambhala, like the headquarters of the Great White Lodge, is a physical location on our earth, albeit one which can only be penetrated by a worthy aspirant.

Later esoteric writers further emphasized and elaborated on the concept of a hidden land inhabited by a hidden mystic brotherhood whose members labor for the good of humanity. Alice A. Bailey has Shamballa (her spelling) to be an extra-dimensional or spiritual reality on the etheric plane, a spiritual centre where the governing deity of Earth, Sanat Kumara, dwells as the highest avatar of the Planetary Logos of Earth, and is said to be an expression of the Will of God. Nicholas and Helena Roerich led a 1924-1928 expedition aimed at Shambhala.

Apparently inspired by Theosophical lore, Soviet agent Yakov Blumkin led two Tibetan expeditions to discover Shambhala, in 1926 and 1928. Similarly, Heinrich Himmler and Rudolf Hess sent a German expedition to Tibet in 1930, and then again in 1934-35, and in 1938-39. Some later occultists, noting the Nazi link, view Shambhala (or the closely related underground realm of Aghartha) as a source of negative manipulation by an evil (or amoral) conspiracy.

The "Shangri-La" of James Hilton's 1933 novel Lost Horizon may have been inspired by the Shambhala myth (as well as then-current National Geographic articles on Eastern Tibet).

Many New Age writers, notably James Redfield, have written about Shambhala.

Ch�gyam Trungpa used the "Shambhala" name for certain of his teachings, practices, and organizations (e.g. Shambhala Training, Shambhala International, Shambhala Publications), referring to the root of human goodness and aspiration from which the Shambhala myth itself emerges. In Trungpa's view, Shambhala has its own independent basis in human wisdom that does not belong to East or West, or to any one culture or nialaya religion.

In Fiction Shambhala has been appropriated in a variety of modern comic books including The Shadow, Prometheus, 2000 AD, Gargoyles #6, and Warlord.

Alan Hovhaness composed a double concerto for sitar, violin and orchestra named 'Shambala' in 1969 for Ravi Shankar and Yehudi Menuhin.

The American rock band Three Dog Night recorded the song spelled Shambala in 1973 track 5 on the album Cyan. Partial lyrics include "Wash away my troubles, wash away my pain with the rain in Shambala." Written by Daniel Moore.

Brooklyn-based band Beastie Boys had the song "Shambala" on their 1994 album Ill Communication. Royalties from the song "Shambala" as well as "Bodhisattva Vow" go to The Milarepa Fund which aims to raise awareness of Tibetan human rights issues and the exile of the Dalai Lama.

In the 2004 film Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Shambhala is the region of the Himalayas where Dr. Totenkopf's uranium mine is located.

Thomas Pynchon includes Shambhala in his 2006 novel Against the Day. In his portrayal, Shambhala is an underground city and the subject of intense searches by European powers in the early part of the 20th century, which include underground desert ships.

The 2010 computer adventure Lost Horizon features a story about race against Nazi expedition to reach Shambala that can be accessed through a portal in a Tibetan monastery.

In the 2009 video game Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, developed by Naughty Dog, Shambhala is referred to in the songs on the soundtrack and it is portrayed that an attempt to reach it was the reason for Marco Polo's ill-fated journey home from China in 1292, and also the location of the Cintamani Stone and the mythical Tree of Life. At the end of the game, the player reaches the city, and it is the setting of the final two levels.

In the TV series Kung Fu: The Legend Continues both characters Kwai Chang Caine, played by David Carradine and the Ancient are said to be Shambhala masters. On some episodes, such as Rite of passage it shows Caine making a trip to Shambhala through an ancient text recovered from the temple. On occasions he mentions his training as a Shambhala master and has to prove himself through trials of good and evil. Shambhala is portrayed as an ethereal place that is not of this world.

In the anime film, Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa, the leader of the Thule occult society of 1930s Germany believes the fictional world Amestris to be Shamballa.

In the summer of 1908, according to various documented reports, a bright object flashed into the sky, veered abruptly to the west, and exploded over a sparsely populated area of Siberia, north of the Altai mountains. Based on the discovery of high levels of radiation in tree rings, genetic changes in local plants, and the pattern of trees felled by the blast, some recent investigators have concluded that the object may have been a nuclear spacecraft carrying out a maneuver just before exploding over Northern Central Asia, the region where many Tibetans think Shamballa might be.

Myth or legend? there are many and varied ways to the hidden kingdom but whatever the belief of the lamas we all have experienced at times, moments of mystical insights, unquestionably provocative and in many cases enduring. Some people have become aware of a hidden, almost luminous depth in the most ordinary objects, such as flowers and stones. A fresh feeling of wonder, reminiscent of childhood, comes over them, and they sense what seems to be a deeper reality permeating their surrounding world. Some see visions of faraway places and mysterious landscapes shimmering with jewels, endless deserts beneath strange skies and awesome mountains floating above clouds of light. Rather than merely hallucinating, these people may, in fact, have dropped the mental conditioning that usually limits their vision and gazed for a timeless moment into the fourth dimension.

If this is so, it helps to explain why Tibetans insist on the necessity of purifying the mind in order to go to Shamballa. Most forms of meditation used for this purpose tend to cut off, or silence, the habitual thoughts and preconceptions that block the kind of mystic vision, the vision that may actually penetrate into other worlds as solid and as concrete as ours. By clarifying his mind in this way, ridding himself of the mental conditioning that limits his awareness, the traveller to Shamballa may be gaining the ability to see into the forth dimension and take an actual journey through a strange, but real, landscape of fantastic deserts and mountains that lie parallel to the one we find on maps of Central Asia.

Welcome To The Shamballa Multidimensional Healing Site. This site is dedicated to Unconditional Love, Shamballa Multidimensional Healing and the integration of that love through Empowerment Of Self.

We live in times of massive change. It is not only change in the structures of our societies; but also change in our consciousness. We live to Love, to bring that LOVE into our lives. We are all LOVE. Many have forgotten this, and given their power away to the energy of fear nialaya.

To be in Love Is To Be Free. The most important challenge in integrating this Love Is To Love ourselves. Now is the time to wake up to our multi-dimensional selves and become Whole. Wholeness Is Love. Come And Enjoy!!!

There are many Channellings by John Armitage, along with many others. John is the Grand Master and Founder of Shamballa Multidimensional Healing with the Ascended Master Germain.

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