Living The Namaste Life

Many times a week I meet and greet with the phrase “Namaste”. But exactly does that mean? Why do we say it and are we truly living up to its meaning? Namaste, when used in a spiritual manner, take the form of a greeting. It’s as if to say, “I recognize you, your soul, and your worth and I wish them all well”. This is a lot to pack in a single word! It’s one thing to talk the talk, but walking the Namaste walk is a whole new level.

Finding Peace

You wouldn’t want somebody coming to you, telling you information they know nothing about, right? Well, the same can be said in the spiritual sense. If you don’t take the steps yourself, you won’t be able to fully understand how living a Namaste life can feel. Be sure to take the time to meditate. Explore options like yoga or action poses or even widdle time out of the day for a peaceful zen session. Putting forth the effort now opens your eyes to the amazing change that Namaste brings.

Practicing Peace

One and done is not the message we’re conveying either here. Becoming more in check with your mind and spirit takes time and some commitment. Finding your own Namaste will be so worth it if you keep at it and remind yourself you’re working toward a stronger and more peaceful you. Keep working on those poses and don’t give up that time to yourself and you will be over the moon with the results.

 Spreading Peace

Living “la vi da Namaste” just feels good. It brings about fresh perspectives and feeds off positive vibes. But this way of life has a few caveats. For instance, it’s now, in some ways, your duty to spread this message of inner tranquility to anyone willing to listen. It’d life if your friend landed on the ground floor of a huge opportunity and wanted you in on it!

Spreading a spiritual message to those willing to begin their journeys reminds us that we’re all more alike than we think. We are all seeking better and if we can give that gift to someone else, I feel we’re doing our jobs as fellow human beings.

With a feeling of hope and purpose, a true Namaste to you.

Erin

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