About: Aquarian Times

Salvando a Yogiji

Guru Amrit Kaur había asumido recién un trabajo como la nueva secretaria de Yogi Bhajan en 1974, pero un momento crítico, se convirtió en su guardaespaldas. Aquí hay un artículo de la edición de Invierno de 2005 d Aquarian Times, donde ella recuerda ese tiempo y cuenta la historia en sus propias palabras:
Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur

Mi Primer Turbante

Qué es eso?” Escuché una gran voz detrás de mi preguntando, mientras lijaba una antigua silla de madera Thonet. Giré para ver a Yogi Bhajan, mi nuevo maestro, inclinándose sobre mi con la Mirada más inquisitiva. “Es mi turbante, Señor,” respondí con gran entusiasmo.
Divine Union Play, 3HO Anniversary, Janurary 5, 1970

My First Turban

What is that?” I heard a huge voice behind me asking, as I sanded an antique Thonet bentwood chair. I turned to see Yogi Bhajan, my new teacher, towering over me with a most inquisitive stare. “It’s my turban, Sir,” I responded with great enthusiasm. It was actually a scarf that I’d managed to wrap enough
Divine Union Play, 3HO Anniversary, Janurary 5, 1970

A Joyful Noise

  In this article written in 2004 by Guru Dass Singh, which was originally published in the Aquarian Times, Winter of 2005 (Vol. 4, No. 4) Edition, he explores the first 35 years of music in 3HO.   I wanted to be a rock star. I had left Puerto Rico for Boston in
Guru Dass Singh on the left with guitar; with other early 3H0 musicians: Krishna Kaur, Gurushabd Singh, Livtar Singh and Sat Peter Singh.

Shabad Guru – Sonido Que Transforma

Es una hermosa, fresca mañana de Noviembre en el norte de Nuevo México. Estamos reunidos bajo los álamos esperando llevar al Siri Guru Granth Sahib - afuera. Shabd Guru (escrituras sagradas veneradas como el Guru “viviente” para los Sikhs)  -  en una procesión a nuestro templo, es día de Guru Gaddee.
sound vibrations1

Shabad Guru – Sound that Transforms

It’s a beautiful, crisp November morning in northern New Mexico. We're gathered under the cottonwood trees waiting to carry the Siri Guru Granth Sahib—our Shabad Guru (sacred scriptures revered as the "living" Guru for Sikhs)—in a procession to our temple.  It's Guru Gaddee Day - the day that commemorates the installation of our
sound vibrations1

The Science of Naad and Gurbani

Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the Guru and it contains the Guru. What is the Guru? It is the formula for experiencing one's own divinity. Naad means "the essence of all sounds." All languages contain sounds, which relate to one or more of the five elements of air, fire, water, earth, and ether.
Naad Gurbani CKJ

The Power of Serving Others

By MSS Guruka Singh Khalsa (excerpts from an article originally published in Aquarian Times Magazine) In 2002 Yogi Bhajan was teaching evening classes for the Española community at least once a week and we all flocked to those classes with great joy and appreciation, especially since Yogiji was already in
maninprayersmall