After Thainland, which imprinted my memories of the Soul with their Smiles, cheerful vivid sounds, amazing colors of luxuriant vegetation, extraordinary flavor of their delicious teas of ginger and “gingered” or sophisticated spiced food and incredible feeling of “lightness” after a thre hours session of Thai Traditional Massage ( a Thai-Yoga for lazy person, :-), It still sprouts out from my very sacred space of my Heart, one word: Namaste!
Namaste, which you hear always, allover, in India, still stays in my ears, singing, dancing continouslly revealing it’s profound meaning, and, mostly, it’s beneficial effects for Health.
The Ancient Sanscrite Blessing can be translated in many ways, such as:
“I honor the place in you where Spirit lives
I honor the place in you which is
of Love, of Truth, of Light, of Peace,
when you are in that place in you,
and I am in that place in me,
then we are One.”
‘The Life in me sees and Honors the Life in You.”
“I bow to the Divine in You.”
Namaste!” is the Divine spark in one person recognizing the Divine spark in another.
If you do it regularly, during daytime, did you ever imagined, this is a very easy stretching exercise, possible to be done at home, at office, in a park,wherever you feel comfortable to do it?
At SanHiRa Massage Center, in Bucharest, each and every one session starts and ends with “Namaste!”
Come and see the multiple benefits for your Health using this very simple gesture (mudras) and many meanings word (mantra).
( “The Divine inside me salute The Divine inside You!”