The Five Sutras of the Aquarian Age

The Five Sutras of the Aquarian Age
  1. Understand through compassion; otherwise you might misunderstand the times.
  2. Recognize that the other person is you.
  3. When the time is on you, start and the pressure will be off.
  4. There is a way through every block.
  5. Vibrate the cosmos; the cosmos shall clear the path.

It is the touch of the hand, a spoken word and the contact of the eyes which open the heart of the man, not the knowledge of all the libraries in the world – by SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa

Below are two videos with Question about what the Aquarian age is & What does it mean? What will happen during this transition? The second video we talk about tools for dealing with our transition to the Aquarian Age. In this video we go over each of the 5 sutras of the Aquarian age that SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa taught about the transition of this time and things that will help you in this change of time.

 

6 Responses to “The Five Sutras of the Aquarian Age”

  1. Jsingh says:

    Can you explain in detail what these actually mean.  What does vibrate the cosmos mean and the other 4?

    What is the Aquarian Age? What is a Sutra?

    The quote at the bottom by SSS is very good, it truly does make lot sof sense. Thanks

    • Vibrate the Cosmos = Naam Japna The others are pretty straightforward, IMHO.

      It takes over 2,100 years for our Solar system to travel through each one of the Signs or constellations. (Astronomically, the Sun moves through the zodiac in reverse order from the Astrological sequence with which we are more familiar.)

      So far, humanity has recorded events in the Astronomical Taurean Age, which was the time of Adam; followed by the Arian Age when Abraham came into the picture; and just about when the Roman Empire rose to power, our Sun entered Pisces. It was in this Piscean Age that Jesus was born. We are now entering the next 2,100 year cycle, the Aquarian Age. All of this is taking place during the Kali Yug which is 432,000 years long.

      A Sutra is a couplet that is easily remembered and contains a core truth. All of the well-known couplets of Gurbani are sutras.

      …..G

  2. Guruka Singh says:

    Singh Ji – A sutra literally means a rope or thread that holds things together, but it is used to refer to an aphorism (a couplet, line, rule or formula) or a collection of such aphorisms in the form of a manual. When teachings were passed from guru to chela oraly, sutras were easy-to-memorize lines that contain the thing that needs to be remembered. Short, sweet and to the point.

    Astrological ages are different from the Vedic Yugas. An astrological age is a time period in astrology that parallels major changes in the development of the human race. It roughly corresponds to the time taken for the vernal equinox to move through one of the twelve constellations of the zodiac. It signifies a major energy shift on the planet. We are going through such a shift now. The Aquarian Age is characterized by the awareness that each human is sovereign and contains the Guru within him or herself, and that nothing can be hidden. All knowledge is available to everyone. It is a time to know and to act from understanding.

    1. Understand through compassion; otherwise you might misunderstand the times.
    The heart understands instantly. The mind constantly goes in circles.
    2. Recognize that the other person is you.
    I am you and you are me and we are all together.
    3. When the time is on you, start and the pressure will be off.
    Getting started is the hardest part. Do it!
    4. There is a way through every block.
    Each problem already contains its solution within it.
    5. Vibrate the cosmos; the cosmos shall clear the path.
    Do sadhana. Meditate Vibrate Gurbani. Live in Naam. Attune yourself to the Infinite and all things will resolve themselves spontaneously.

    …..G

  3. m singh says:

    There was a husband and a wife. And he said to her…

    “You are beautiful and all I want is for you to be happy, at peace, and in love. I want you to be the kindest, most loving, most selfless and most devoted you can be. Whether you love me or not, I’ll still always protect you. But if you Open your mind I’ll give you the keys to complete peace, happiness, good fortune, and to understand who you really are. And if you open your Heart I’ll give you all the love in the world. Let me love you. I will always be with you, for eternity” 

    … and his name was God, and her name was You.

  4. Jaidev Kaur says:

    That was so beautiful and needed…thank you so much, I’m moved to tears and an open heart/mind.

    Sat Nam

  5. dimpu says:

    Thank u Uncle GurukaSingh ji. Extremely inspirational information. God Bless.
    Regards ,
    Dimpu

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