Diary · Shamballa School

Flowers of the month (October, 2016)

Hi, this is Shire. I hope you are doing well ♪

I do a flower arrangement monthly at “Shamballa school” which is an imaginary school located in Central Shamballa.

Every month, I come up with somewhat seasonal and meaningful flowers and arrange them as a big piece. It is usually placed at the school lobby.


Because most students there know what I do monthly, we can share pretty much the same information such as the flower names, colors and arrangement styles even without telling them exactly what I have done for the month. Even in the imaginary world you think, we can do share many visual information like this “real” world.

I will definitely write more about this unique school in the near future.

In this month (October, 2016), I would love to use these beautiful flowers: white Dahlia, yellow Roses, orange Gerbera and white/orange Osmanthus which are known as the beautiful flagrance.

Since I can’t take photo there to share with you (I wish I could though!), you should use your imagination fully to figure out how I do arrange them. If you can go there, of course you will be able to see it 🙂

OK, here is the flowers (images) I use for the arrangement:

[White Dahlia]

It is hard to find this perfect shape in the real world, but in Shamballa, I can find and use them easily. This dahlia is one the main flowers of this month.

Then, I do spread both yellow roses and orange gerbearas around (in between) dahlias. It looks like a large half-circle with all three flowers.

[Orange Gerbera]

This orange gerberas have a little bit smaller (cute!) shape than usual ones you are familiar with.

[Yellow Rose]

I use yellow rose buds for this arrangement. They look prettier and work well with above dahlia/gerbera flowers (in a good shape contrast, I guess)

The colors/flowers are different, but shape of the arrangement looks similar to this:

[Arrangement Idea Image]

In this time, I do add another flower vase along with the above arrangement to complete the whole arrangement idea. You may see this type of set vases in a shop:

[I borrowed this photo from the website here.]

[I borrowed this image from the website here.]

I uses the similar idea, but the arrangements are both in a pretty large scale (You often see them at hotels, concert halls, churches like big places.).

For the tall vase, I do uses these two (2) different osmanthus. The flower has a pretty shape and a gorgeous flagrance!! I can already smell it as I type this….

[Osmanthus – white & orange]

Osmanthus is usually very sensitive & fragile flowers so that it is extremely hard to arrange the way you would like to. Well, since I am in Shamballa where you can change the common sense, I am totally able to arrange them (spreading the branches widely without falling flowers) freely.

In the real world, this is probably the best and most what we can do with this fragile flowers:

[I borrowed the image from this Twitter post.]

I place the tall vase with full of osmanthus branches right behind (lean towards to the right-side) of the vase with full of dahlia-gerbera-rose arrangement.

Could you see my arrangement in your brain? That is probably what you can “see” at the school in Shamballa.

I hope you will enjoy imaginably seeing it ♪


Life after Death

Hi, this is Shire. I hope you are doing well ♪

I have studied several religious teachings before and realized that human life could be a case by case especially when we think about the situation after death in this dimension.

How come we all think every human being would have the one same path? Like different religions tell you different stories, our “ways” should be various… don’t you think?

So, I have recently asked the following questions to Shamballa: Life after Death (September 22nd, 2016)


I’ve heard that you people live in the world where we humans suppose to go after the death.

So, I would like to ask a few questions regarding “life after death.”

Q1. Are all people on the Earth supposed to go to Shamballa after they die? No exceptions?

A. Yes. Everyone comes to Shamballa no matter what race, ethnicity, nation and religion he/she belongs to. They tend to get sorted out by majorities.

Q2. Could you please explain what will happen after we get there?

A. First of all, (the dead people) are all taken to a sorting facility which you can imagine as a laundry shop. (To get to a particular area of the facility) It depends on your soul condition such as how dirty it has become and/or how many scars (like a suicide) it has had. That determines either “repair & cleaning” or “just cleaning.”

Then, you go to the new world = new life.

Q3. Why can’t we share the same information regarding our lives after death (or reincarnation system) ? In other words, how come there are so many different views, myths and theories (such as “there is nothing after you die! that’s it!” type stuff) about it?

That’s all for now. I am pretty excited to hear from you!

Thanks a lot for your time!!

Some of you do not have the “next life” after this.
At the same time, there are people who reincarnate many times.

There are people who have reincarnated from other planet(s) in Universe.

Yes, there are so many different ways people have come and gone. Not just one way.

We imagine churches might have tried to avoid confusion because people could not understand this simple thing.

People tend to believe any theories deeply (no matter what they are) if they have been taught repeatedly over many generations.
You can Do believe things easily without any thought and effort, can’t you?
You may want to start thinking what you have been believing may not be “true.”

Especially from now on.

Thank you very much for your questions.

By the way, death in general meaning is (in Shamballa) to take off (undress) your body (like you are taking the character suits off).

What are the things (bodies) inside of us?

Well, I will talk about it some other time…. I am going to have a cup of morning tea in Shamballa 🙂

B team · Shamballa

Where is Shamballa?

Hi, this is Shire. I hope you are doing well ♪

So, when I heard the name “Shamballa” first time, I immediately thought about Agartha – the legendary city underground of Earth. Somewhat fictional, fantasy and unreal which you can see the name in only mythical stories.

Many readers of “Beth’s blog” have had the same idea.

Here comes the question a reader asked about: Where is Shamballa? (August 11th, 2014)

I’ve read several books regarding Shamballa which is located in the Gobi or underground of Tibet, etc., but you guys are explaining it as a world of consciousness and/or world of images in this Blog (=Beth’s blog).

In one book, it was mentioned that Shamballa had created three-dimensionally around the border between China and Russia, but it was attacked by military arms so that no three-dimensional object has ever created by Shamballa since then.

I really don’t think Shamballa is just a place.
So, my question is…

Do you think it’s a decent idea that Shamballa is a world of consciousness and/or Ether world like space where has a system to create three-dimensional (real) objects…. such things are all included and called Shamballa?

Shamballa is not just space but the transforming system itself, is it?

What “actually” is it?

First of all, when you said “actually” which suggests that you really do not understand about this blog.

You have to doubt about this whole deal (i.e. there is no such thing called “actual, absolute” truth).

Anyways, you are right about the first-half of this question. “Shamballa is a world of consciousness and/or Ether world like space where has a system to create three-dimensional (real) objects…. ” That is correct.

The second -half! Almost there!! but it is not quite right yet.

You should enjoy the process of solving mysteries.

Shamballa will appear in front of you three-dimensionally not too far future.

Thank you very much for your good questions!

answered by Shamballa B-team.


I could never imagine I would live there at that time…..