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.