The water is required to grow rice, so natural flooding replaces the requirement of artificial irrigation, which is time consuming and costly to build. Salt deposited on fields from high rates of evaporation is removed during floods, preventing the land from becoming infertile.
Probably you ask only out of curiosity; and you pronounce this sacred word in vain. Everywhere, people know of this great symbol under different names. Our scientists seek each spark concerning this remarkable realm.
Csoma de Koros knew of Shambhala, when he made his prolonged visit to the Buddhist monasteries. Truly, the ardent scientist desires to know all about Kalachakra. They smoke within our holy sanctuaries; they neither understand nor wish to venerate our faith and our teaching.
They mock and deride the symbols whose meaning they do not penetrate. Should we visit your temples, our conduct would be completely different, because your great Bodhisattva, Issa, is verily an exalted one.
And none of us would defame the teaching of mercy and righteousness. All the teachings of righteousness are as in one sacred place. And each one possessed of his senses, will not violate the sacred places.
Lama, why do you think that the essential teaching of the Blessed One is unknown to the West? Why do you believe that in the West we do not know of Shambhala?
I know that if a high spirit, already prepared, hears a voice proclaiming Kalagiya it is the call to Shambhala. We know which Tashi Lama visited Shambhala. Who knows—perhaps we even know many things new to you. We know that quite recently a young Mongolian lama issued a new book about Shambhala.
It is the mighty heavenly domain. It has nothing to do with our earth. How and why do you earthly people take interest in it? Only in some places, in the Far North, can you discern the resplendent rays of Shambhala.
We know the reality of this indescribable realm.
But we also know about the reality of the earthly Shambhala. We know how some high lamas went to Shambhala, how along their way they saw the customary physical things. We know the stories of the Buryat lama, of how he was accompanied through a very narrow secret passage.
We know how another visitor saw a caravan of hill-people with salt from the lakes, on the very borders of Shambhala. Moreover, we ourselves have seen a white frontier post of one of the three outposts of Shambhala. So, do not speak to me about the heavenly Shambhala only, but also about the one on earth; because you know as well as I, that on earth Shambhala is connected with the heavenly one.
And in this link, the two worlds are unified. With eyes half concealed by the lids, he examines our faces. And in the evening dusk, he commences his tale: The word of Truth, which started its great path from Bodhigaya, again shall return to the same sites.
We must accept it simply, as it is: And in all countries, the covenants of Buddha shall be manifested. Really, great things are coming. You come from the West, yet you are bringing news of Shambhala.
We must take it verily so. Probably the ray from the tower of Rigden-jyepo has reached all countries. He is there—Rigden-jyepo, indefatigable, ever vigilant in the cause of mankind. His eyes never close. And in his magic mirror he sees all events of earth.Brings the Re-Opening of the Boulder Colorado Tibetan & Holistic Healing Clinic The move from being a practicing Tibetan Doctor in India to the.
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From March to September in a typical year, the citizens of Bangladesh are the most susceptible to major flooding, as a mixture of the monsoon seasons and the rising of major rivers and their tributaries reach their peak as the snow starts to melt and the rain starts to pour.