Namaste

Published 19/12/2012 by inspiringyourspirit

“If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is: Infinite.”
~
William Blake

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Namaste
The Ancient Sanskrit Blessing Namaste translates as “I bow to the divine in you.”

Namaste is the Divine spark in one person recognizing the divine spark in another
The life in me sees and honors the life in you, this is an especially deep expression of respect.
Namaste recognizes the duality that exists in this world and suggests an effort to bring these two aspects back together, this will ultimately lead towards unity and non-dual state of Oneness, it recognizes the equality of all and pays honor to the sacredness of all.

The whole action of Namaste unfolds itself on four levels: spiritual, physical, mental, and verbal.

I honor the place in you where Spirit lives: the Spirit in me meets the same Spirit in you
I greet that place where you and I, we are One
I honor the place in you which is of Love and I receive the free spirit in you
I salute the place in you which is of Truth, May the life within you be strong
I receive the place in you which is of Light
Within each of us is a place where peace dwells. I recognize the place in you which is of Peace
I recognize that we are all equal
I acknowledge that everyone is valuable in their own way and capable of expanding my horizons
When you are in that place in you, and I am in that place in me, then we are ONE
We are able to recognize the goodness of others
We can perceive the unique thread that connect us all with the Universe, and all its Beings 
as well as to the source of that interconnection
We are receptive to knowledge that comes to us in the form of example, advice, and direct teaching.

When we assume that everyone we meet is special and unique,
We awake to the wisdom that opens our eyes to new worlds of possibility
We should show all people the same generous level of understanding, kindness, care, and compassion
Without any thought of self-interest beyond paying respect wholeheartedly.

The way we live our daily lives has an enormous impact on those around us. Instead of clinging to what separates us, practicing Namaste enables us to feel less alone in the world. We begin to understand that we must treat all people for what they are: family.

As we gain consciousness of the more subtle aspects of our being,
We reweave ourselves with the light body. We are One with All That Is whether we realize it or not.

May all beings find and hold happiness. May they all be free from suffering and sickness. May we look and see all others reflecting back.

There is only One Earth. There is only One Humanity
May we all be One, One family?

NAMASTE

Mark

6 comments on “Namaste

  • Oneness and togetherness: wonderful – a real moment of Satori for those who have ever experienced it.

    This is really powerful writing that means so much. We would hope others will read this too and recognise the potential of how unique beings can live together harmoniously. We are all different and yet we can be joined together with this invisible and unknown thread that binds but doesn’t constrict.

    A perfect balance.

    Thank you

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