Somewhere, beyond Tibet, lies a paradise of universal wisdom and ineffable peace known as Shambhala. Called by some shangri-la, this mythical kingdom of jewel lakes, wish-fulfilling trees, and speaking stones has fired the imagination of both actual explorers and travelers to the inner realms. This fascinating look behind the myth shows Shambhala to be a "real" place, always accessible to the pure of heart.
About the Author:
VICTORIA LEPAGE began her study of Shambhala almost fifty years ago. Her researches led her to studies of the Hindu-Buddhist and Sufi traditions and to long visits to central Java, where the Shambhala tradition is strong. She lives in Australia.