Just move. These two words are very, very juicy. Often in our life we come up against circumstances that we try to shift, to change, to make better.
“It is not your beliefs, it is your behavior that counts. It is not your faith, but your function that counts. It is not your conviction, but your character that counts.”
When I first heard the phrase, “Namaste and send them on their way,” I thought it was a joke. I thought it was funny. I thought it was a curious and funny saying. Then my teacher explained to me that it was very serious business. It seems as if, “Namaste and send them on their way,” is a tool we have, a choice we make when we want to honor somebody in our life who is no longer in alignment with our values or our thinking. This might be an acquaintance or a very dear friend. It can even be a family member. We’re not banishing them from our lives. What we’re choosing to do is remove ourselves from their energy field for a period of time.
In this blog post I’m going to discuss one of the most important tools that we can use as we make our life our practice. We who choose to build a deeper, more meaningful life, who choose to work with our inner life and not just the outer life work with this tool every day. It’s an important
tool. The tool is choice. Choice. It’s yours. I want you to take it.