Keep your distance hence the correct way of greeting NAMASTE ..heart to heart without touching the other person
NAMASTE GREETING SO LOVELY
The actual meaning of Namaste is "I bow to the divine in you." How come? The word Namaste is deeply rooted in the Hindu and Indian culture, impacting the final meaning behind this famous expression. There is a belief with Hindu roots that says that "God resides in everyone." Therefore, any person you're greeting with Namaste deserves a bow to the divine. Namaste is a way of showing respect and honor to another person and the divine within them. When you say Namaste to someone, you recognize the sacredness in them. You acknowledge that they are not just a physical body but a being of light and love.
There are other interpretations of Namaste that you might find more suitable such as:
- I honor the place in you where the entire universe dwells.
- My soul recognizes your soul.
- We are the same.
- We are one.
- My spirit bows to your spirit.
- I honor the place in you that is the same as it is in me.
PRACTICE USING NAMASTE AS A FORM OF GREETING DAILY ..it's heart to heart therefore the best
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I wonder how far removed western society is from more natural forms of touch and affection. What should we change, what should we let go off to feel physically comfortable with ourselves and others again?
Being civil and respectful towards other people’s boundaries is sensible in our society, but we shouldn’t estrange ourselves from physicality. Getting in touch with our natural needs doesn’t have to result in aggressive animalistic behavior. Animals also don’t fight each other all the time…
Moreover, socially distanced human beings are a method of keeping control over populations, whom you seek to reduce in numbers.....We saw this during the scamdemic, so why are you offering this, as any type of virtue...??