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What does Namaste mean?

At the end of my classes, and that of many yoga teachers, I end with the word Namaste... what does it mean?  The literal translation of Namaste is "I bow to you.".  It is used as a respectful greeting and also to mean "thank you". In a yoga class it is said to mean "the light in me bows to the light in you" or "I bow to your true self".

 


Yoga Creates Problems

"Eventually you will see that there is no escape, whatever it is you find comfort in will be challenged.  Yoga asks us, over and over again, to look within.  Look at the patterns of the mind, look at your reactions, your intentions, your insecurities, the nearly undetectable ways you carefully manage your ego..."  ~Lakshmi Norwood, Full Article

 

Favorite Quotes ...

"the intent of asana is that you are calm in the midst of turbulence. the success of your practice should be judged by how well you remain centered in the midst of change. not your leg behind your head or handstand in the middle of the room. success of asana is measured by how well you deal with the challenges of life."
~ rod stryker

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