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A Namaste' ceramic tile wall hanging, embossed with textured patterns and raised letters. Each a handmade original and truly one of a kind. This multicolored Namaste' has a blue toned background and is gilded with patinas of copper and gold. Hang this luminous Namaste' in your home, meditation room, yoga studio, office or garden. Especially striking when hung by a doorway or gate.

Namaste', (pronounced nah-mah-stay') is a traditional Sanskrit greeting translated as "The Divine within me greets the Divine within you". It represents the belief that there is a Divine spark within each of us that is located in the heart chakra.

Sculpted from white clay, fired to 1800 degrees, then textured, sponged and painted with ceramic enamels, then fired a second time for durability. A sturdy copper wire of bright pink forms the hanger. Sealed with a clear varnish to make it weather proof and permanent.

Size: Approximately 10" tall by 11" wide.
Colors: Blues, greens, magenta, red, orange, turquoise, copper and golden gilding.
Shipping: You Namaste' will be tenderly packed to ensure safe delivery via USPS, with delivery confirmation.
Signed with my potter's name Patch and dated 2011.
The third and fourth photos show another large Namaste' with a violet background.

More about "Namaste'"

NAMA means “bow”

AS means “I”

TE means “you”.

Therefore, Namaste' literally means "bow me you" or "I bow to You." To perform Namast'e, place the hands together at the heart chakra, close the eyes, and bow the head. It can also be done by placing the hands together in front of the third eye, bowing the head, and then bringing the hands down to the heart. This is an especially deep form of respect. Although in the West the word "Namaste'" is usually spoken in conjunction with the gesture, in India, it is understood that the gesture itself signifies Namaste', and therefore, it is unnecessary to say the word while bowing.

We bring the hands together at the heart chakra to increase the flow of Divine love. Bowing the head and closing the eyes helps the mind surrender to the Divine in the heart. One can do Namaste to oneself as a meditation technique to go deeper inside the heart chakra; when done with someone else, it is also a beautiful, albeit quick, meditation.

Namaste' allows two individuals to come together energetically to a place of connection and timelessness, free from the bonds of ego-connection. When done with deep feeling in the heart and with the mind surrendered, a deep union of spirits can blossom.
PattyMara Gourley

Large Dragonfly Namaste Ceramic Wall Hanging with Blue tone background