The Theosophical
Society in Australia

Melbourne Lodge

Melbourne Lodge

Manchester House 1st Floor 234 Flinders Lane Melbourne 3000 VIC

The Realm of Shambhala

Conversations at the Bookshop, 1.00 - 2.00 pm, 10 July 2021.

Featured Speaker:Khentrul Rinpoche
Venue:Melbourne Lodge

author and book signing at 234 flinders lane

About the Presentation

We all wish for more peace and harmony in our world but are not sure how to get there. In The Realm of Shambhala: A Complete Vision for Humanity's Perfection, Khentrul Rinpoche reveals the true meaning of Shambhala and how we can use the ancient Kingdom's transformation to peace and harmony as a roadmap for our own Global Transformation.

The Kalachakra Tantra brought to us from Shambhala prophecies a golden age on earth, when the individual peace attained through Kalachakra practice spread to humankind as a whole throughout our world.

About the Presenter

Shar Khentrul Jamphel Lodrö was born and raised in Tibet. He has spent over thirty years studying with a wide array of masters from all the major traditions of Tibetan Buddhism and considers his approach to Tibetan Buddhism to be non-sectarian. While having developed a deep respect for all spiritual traditions, for his personal path, he chose to specialize in the Kalachakra teachings. Khentrul Rinpoche has authored several books that detail the complete Buddhist path of Kalachakra.

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Rinpoche dedicates his time to teaching students from around the globe.


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