Namasté is probably the most overused yoga word in the world. I know it annoys people to no end and as a result has been co-opted into any number of parodies (most of which I find really funny, too).

But, I love this word.

It sums up what yoga is about.

The translation that speaks to me is,

“The light that is in me, sees and honors the light that is in you.”

It is a goal of mine to ‘see’ each person I work with, whether we are doing voice work, yoga work or a blend of the two; one on one or in a group setting. If my soul can see you and your soul feels seen, then I have done my job well.

As Wayne Dyer said,

“See the light in others, and treat them as if that is all you see.”

Can you see the light in someone else today? Maybe it will help them see the light in you.



2 thoughts to “Namasté”

  1. You’re right, we hear it so often that we’ve stopped really hearing it. Happy light-seeing!!!

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