What does it mean?
Traditionally, Namaste has a much deeper meaning, including:
Sanskrit phrase meaning l respect you, therefore I bow to you.
The equivalent of greeting Hello and Goodbye.
Thanking the universe for creating us.
The divine in me honours the divine in you.
How to make the namaste gesture:
Bring both palms together to the centre in front of your chest. Make a small motion to bow your head while saying Namaste.
In this book, You can make your own special Namaste phrases:
The magical Rainbow Inside Me RESPECTS The magical Rainbow Inside You.
I CARE about my body - I am glad you CARE about your body too.
I am HAPPY with my body - I am glad you are HAPPY with your body too.
I am KIND to my body - I am glad you are KIND to your body too.
I say POSITIVE WORDS about my body - I am glad you say POSITIVE WORDS about your body too.
I make GOOD CHOICES for my body - I am glad you make GOOD CHOICES about your body too.
I say THANK YOU to my body - I am glad you say THANK YOU to your Body too.
The Magical Rainbow Inside Me wants to be Friends with the Magical Rainbow Inside You.
Involve the children and make your own Phrases.