The literal translation of the word “Namaste” breaks down into three sections...Nama means bow; as means I; and, te means you. Thus, I bow to you. The gesture is one of greeting in India. Most often we hold our hands together in the prayer position at our heart chakra. Often our hands move from our third eye to our heart in acknowledgment of our teacher. And usually Namaste is said at the end of a class, but it is equally appropriate to utter it at the beginning as well.
Namaste is a way to “send out to the universe something good, something that makes sense in that instant, the possibility of a time when all strife, suffering and harm inflicted upon each other and other living things, will simply stop”.
The Divine In Me, Honors The Divine In You
It is a way to honor ourselves and the world we live in. This reflective moment reminds us that connecting the mind and body helps us look more deeply into ourselves and at our world.
✔️Item Type: Canvas Printings
✔️Support Base: Canvas
✔️Medium: Waterproof Ink
✔️Frame mode: No Frame
✔️Material: Fabric Cloth
✔️Technics: Spray Painting
✔️Shape: Vertical Rectangle
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