Apr 02 2021


7:30 pm – 7:30 pm


Khentrul Rinpoche


Rimé Institute
1584 Burwood Highway, Belgrave, Victoria 3160

We are excited to announce the book launch of Khentrul Rinpoche’s new book – The Realm of Shambhala. As part of the launch Rinpoche will give a talk on his reasons for writing the book and present the true meaning of Shambhala from different aspects. 

Khentrul Rinpoche provides a thorough explanation of Shambhala that joins practical teachings with a cosmic vision for humanity rooted in ancient prophecy. The Kalachakra Tantra foresees a golden age of love and compassion, when the individual peace attained through Kalachakra practice spreads to humankind as a whole. The Realm of Shambhala lays out a vision for how we can cultivate an unbiased mind, overcome our collective afflictions, and usher in an era of perfect peace and harmony.

This will be a free in-person event at Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute. Spaced are limited as well as copies of the books for signing. We encourage you to RSVP and reserve a copy of the book on the Tibetan Rime Buddhist Institute website in advance to secure a copy in Australia.

It will be livestreamed for the global community on Khentrul Rinpoche’s Facebook page with translations available in Zoom.

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Passcode: goldenage
Webinar ID: 811 2506 7618

The Realm of Shambhala from Shambhala Publications on Vimeo.

Praise for The Realm of Shambhala

The Realm of Shambhala is a creative discussion of the legendary Buddhist utopia, presenting both the traditional perspective and Shar Khentrul Jamphel Lodrö’s own unique interpretations. The concept of Shambhala as a pure realm on earth, famous as the source of the Kalachakra teachings, is here expanded to include Shambhala as a state of mind that practitioners aspire to bring into experience.”—Cyrus Stearns, author of The Buddha from Dolpo: A Study of the Life and Thought of the Tibetan Master Dolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen

“This book brings to light the little known Jonangpas’ perspectives on Shambhala and on the formation of the Shambhala tradition in Tibet. Khentrul Rinpoche here argues for various, mutually connected planes of Shambhala’s existence that can be experienced at different stages of practice, and he shows how Shambhala can be experienced in this very life. Therefore, this book will be of interest and benefit not only to scholars and students of Tibetan Buddhism but also to practitioners of the Kalachakra Tantra.”—Vesna Wallace, author of The Inner Kālacakratantra: A Buddhist Tantric View of the Individual

Reserve a Copy for the Book Signing