For those of you not familiar with the term Namasté, like me, prior to Tim Redfern's use of it, this is one interpretation;
Ancient Sanskrit Blessing
I bow to the divine in you
Namasté is the divine spark in one person recognizing the divine spark in another.
The life in me sees and honors the life in you
This is an especially deep expression of respect
Namasté recognizes the duality that has ever existed in this world and suggests an effort on our part to bring these two forces together
ultimately leading to a higher unity and non-dual state of oneness
In other words, it recognizes the equality of it all, and pays honor to the sacredness of all.
I honor the place in you
the entire universe dwells-
the place of love, truth
light and peace.
When we honor this place
within each other,
we are one.
Namaste is pronounced "nah-mah-STAY"
Much thanks Tim :o)