We’re all just travellers on a journey. Individual but connected in a multi dimensional existence between Dimensions, moving between worlds and states of consciousness our souls may cross paths in this 3rd Dimension and when they do… Namaste
Namaste: It’s Spiritual
The literal translation of this greeting varies with each language; however they are all saying the same thing. In Sanskrit, the word ‘namah’ means bow, ‘as’ means I, and ‘te’ means you, translating into “I bow to you.”
A Hindi friend once explained that Namaskar is translated from ‘namoh’ and ‘sanskar’ translating loosely into English as “I bow to godly/good qualities within you,’ as her culture always tries to see the good in all things.
Some other popular translations and meanings of the word Namaste include:
- The Divine light in me acknowledges the Divine light in you.
- The God in me greets and meets the God in you.
- I honor the spirit in you that is also in me.
- The Diving wisdom in me recognizes and acknowledges the Divine wisdom in you.
Regardless of the language you speak, the word simply invokes a sense of sharing a spiritual connection and creates feeling and a sense of oneness and balance. Essentially, it’s a way that all humans can connect.
Raise Your Vibration : Embrace the meaning of Namaste
There’s something about the universal recognition and the spiritual energy that accompanies the essence of Namaste that makes it a truly remarkable greeting. Just speaking the word Namaste – especially along with the Mudra posture – raises the vibrations of your intention to greet someone by honoring of their inner goodness/God/light. The kicker is, you’ll likely find yourself really meaning and accepting these positive thoughts when you say it – even if you aren’t particularly fond of your company at the time!
Embracing the spirit of Namaste can be a powerful manifestation tool, and we love hearing the various interpretations of the meaning of Namaste… What does Namaste mean to you?