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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The Namaste exercise is specially formulated to help you find a deeper understanding of and better experience with the Principle and Sutra Exercise for today (Tuesday).

The Sanskrit word namaste (pronounced nah-mah-STAY) means "The spirit in me honors the spirit in you." Whenever you first make eye contact with another person, say "Namaste" silently to yourself. This is a way of acknowledging that the being there is the same as the being here.

When you do this, everything about you - your body language, your expression, and your tone - will be recognized by the other person at some profound level. Even though this greeting is silent, the other person will consciously or unconsciously register the respect implicit in your greeting. Practice this exercise for a few days, and see if you notice a difference in your interactions with other people.


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