We are quickly approaching the long awaited transition to the Aquarian Age. We leave behind the Piscean Era and enter into an age of global awareness, radiance, intuition and cooperation.
Yogi Bhajan used his intuitive clarity, noting that the dawning of the Age of Aquarius would be precisely at 11:30am (PST), November 11, 2011. The cusp period will end and the Age of Aquarius will begin. We will be challenged on every front—and from that pressure, a new culture of consciousness will bloom.
This 1,000-day practice of a meditation projects our newfound awareness, mastery and consciousness impersonally for all—it is impersonally personal—a discipline of grace that blesses all. In mythical and symbolic traditions like numerology, it represents the nobility of the individual, “1”, expanded and radiant, as supported by the three “0’s”, the body, mind and spirit; negative, positive and neutral minds; and the three gunas. It is experience and mastery blended into a self-qualified awareness of human excellence.
The practice of this 1000-day meditation will be worldwide and you can join in at any point, adding to the global psyche, projection and prayer: that we may enter the Aquarian Age awake, aware and joyous, leading up to the Aquarian Shift on November 11, 2011. It uses the power of Shabad—the technology of sound and consciousness. Yogi Bhajan originally introduced this mantra on February 5, 1992, soon after we entered the final cusp period of the Aquarian transition.
The 1,000 day meditation begins February 14, 2009 and ends November 10, 2011.
This DVD contains the original lecture of Yogi Bhajan in which he teaches this meditation. It is a fantastic practice for the Aquarian Age, which calls on those inner virtues, so we can act with integrity and clarity as human beings, teachers, and healers; so that we could be human under the pressures of the times and the distractions of change, ego and emotion.
The meditation is practiced 11 minutes each day. If you wish, you can increase the time to 31 minutes. Ideally, choose a regular time to do it each day. Get together with friends and students. Practice it in community: Be together. Be brilliant with light. Be powerful with prayer. Be prosperous. Face the future with an open heart and open arms.