“Namaste” is an interesting Indian word. When used casually it can be a simple greeting like hello. When “namaste” is said by a person on a spiritual path the meaning is deeper, “The God in me greets the God in you.” Here you honor the other person’s spiritual path and the essence of the divine they recognize. As used in this banner, the intent is for “namaste” to be translated as “I honor the spiritual within you.” The silhouette figure on the banner is doing yoga’s cobra pose or Bhujangasana (boo-jang-GAHS-anna). It’s hard to know where to begin listing the benefits that come from doing this pose. The cobra pose firms your buttocks, strengthens your spine, stretches your lungs and chest, abdomen and shoulders. It is effective for diminishing stress and fatigue while it soothes sciatica. In traditional yoga texts you will find the cobra pose is said to increase body heat, destroy disease, and awaken kundalini. What’s not to like with this pose? The bottom one-third of the banner reminds you to breathe – for the breath is the gateway to health and spirituality, to learning and to loving. Without the breath we do not exist. It is the least expensive medicine world-wide and probably the most taken for granted. There are breath exercises to help you lose weight. Another form of conscious breathing awakens spiritual energy. There is no limit to what you can achieve when you become master of your breath.
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