We all live in the world. We all live in dreams too. We feel the former real and the latter un real. A yogi and a saint live in dreams. To him dream land is another Higher World. He gains Wisdom through dreams and Power by yoga.
In dreams we travel in to our past lives. We can travel into future lives. Much the more we fly to Higher Worlds with our subtle bodies, we do not venture with our physical bodies. We meet our chosen Gods and saints of our liking in their spirit bodies.
Really we are ignorant of those other worlds and Higher Planes. Our Soul fully knows about them. Yogis travel with their Astral bodies. They visit any unknown region and meet the Mahatmas, who are Immortals.
The Immortals of Shambhala is such a Spiritual experience, an experiment on Astral Planes. Shambhala is the Land of Immortal Masters. It is the recorded experience of a Yogi of our times. You can meet all our Wonderful Rishis and Mahatmas there in Shambhala. This is a unique work. Guruji, Sri Sarvari, a direct disciple of Masters will show you the miracles of Shambhala and he will lead you too, if you are astrally prepared.
About the Author
Sri Sarvari (V. R. K. Sarma) born on November 7, 1929. He started his career as a story writer at the age of 19, when he was in Intermediate. After completion of M.A., he was a Lecturer and then a journalist in a leading Indian News Paper.
Retired as Magazine Editor in 1988. During his career he wrote more than 50 books in Telugu Literature.
At the age of 40, he got Initiated into Master CVV Yoga called Satya Yoga. The principle of this yoga is Rectification and Physical Immortality, by promoting necessary rectification in the physical at various levels to develop and to tune up to Cosmic Consciousness.
He was a regular Meditator and had Initiated thousands of aspirants into Yoga. He treated thousands of patients with his Yoga Energy successfully. Wrote more than 50 books on Yoga including a dozen Biographies of Masters.
Wrote 3 books in English, Art of Meditation, Mystery of Kundalini, Life beyond Death. The present book Immortals of Shambhala, though written on the lines of a Romantic novel, presents many of his experiences during his Trans States and Astral Travels.