Daily Dose for the Soul

Salutation to the Divinity

Namaste to all of you! Namaste means to recognise and to respect the divinity within a person, In short, I salute the divinity within all of you.

Let us do an activity. Get somebody as a partner to do this experiment with you.

Face your partner. Put your hands together in front of your heart. Look into the eyes of your partner. The eyes are the windows of the soul and windows to the soul. Silently say, “I salute the divinity within you, the Christ or the Buddha nature within you. Atma Namaste!”

Be still and be aware. Look at each other for a few minutes. You may experience or feel the divine presence within the person in front of you. You may even experience or feel divine love and divine bliss. Silently say, “I AM that I AM. I salute the I AM within You. I salute the divine presence within you, Atman Namaste!”

Be still and be aware. Continue looking at each other for a few minutes more. You can do it in a mirror looking at yourself too. Notice the changes within you.

Reference : Achieving One’s with the Higher Soul. Master Choa Kok Sui.

7 Comments Add yours

    1. Garima says:

      Thank you Shantanu. Glad you liked the post.

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      1. My absolute pleasure

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    1. Garima says:

      Thank you. I am glad you liked the post.

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  1. I think this sounds like an interesting practice and in these Covid – 19 times using a mirror to do it yourself is genius. ā¤šŸ‘©ā€šŸ¦°āŒšŸŒˆšŸ˜·

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    1. Garima says:

      Ah yes. The mirror technique is a confidence-building exercise. It lets you use your subconscious mind to appear and feel more confident in a matter of minutes.

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