Let me explain to you the mythical resonance of the ancient city of Shambhala (“Sha-am-bja-ella” or “Sha-am-bja-Allah”). It is an ancient story, which has become a myth; we know that this story has been related orally since time began, and it began to be written down around the tenth century. This city is untouched by the human mind or time, as we know it to be; it stands above the clouds and holds all the secrets of mankind.
There was once a great king who ruled the Hindu empire; his name was Akbja, which also could be written as “Ark–bja”, as it is pronounced in the English language. Let me take that name back through the codes of the Collective Consciousness, and pronounce it in its truth: “Akba” or “Ark-hebja”, which means “the Ark of the heavenly energy of our Bja”.
Again, remember that these languages are spoken backwards to the English language, so another interpretation is that our inner strength or “Bja”, is arching up to reach the heavenly energy of home. The city of Shambhala was supposedly created by King Akba for the God Vishnu (our inner vision), who held the keys to the doorways of thesutras – or as we know them, the Universal Laws – as one of the many interpretations of the Hindu religion has explained this to me. When the word Vishnu is interpreted, it relates to how you will understand the new vision you will receive for yourself when you open up your thinking in order to be exalted up into the unconscious mind¹, (higher mind).
The Mana Pass is the last village in India before we enter into the mountains, and the warrior who is searching for his city of light travels this pass, seeking to reach Shambhala. This name is often interpreted as the “Most Holy Land of Kashmir”. To get there, he must cross the Copper Mountains. Copper is the element that we need to release the dis-ease of arthritis, which is created through our stubbornness – that is, our rejection of self, and, more importantly, our rigid thinking. The word Mana relates to the nourishment we give to our self.
¹“unconscious mind”: Our brain has two hemispheres—two parts. The left brain is our logic (conscious mind). The left brain is our masculine side; our ego, our primal fear. The right brain is our emotions (subconscious mind). The right brain is our feminine side, our inner creativity. We cannot survive on this planet without both the ego and emotions. Our journey is to learn to balance both brains so that we may become aware of the supportiveness of our unconscious mind (called by many names such as the higher mind, supra-consciousness, Soul etc.).
Excerpt: O.M. Kelly, Decoding the Mind of God (O.M. Kelly is also known as Omni).
Book VII: The Sacred Alphabet and Numerology, Chapter 113 - Babylon and Shambhala
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