In "Sing to the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
The most obvious power of air is that it moves through our bodies constantly, and we depend on it for our lives. This meditation allows participants to experience stillness and focus on the power of air.
Invite children to get comfortable, out of arms' reach of each other, on the floor, a pillow or mat if available, or on a chair. Read the meditation (Leader Resource 1) slowly, leaving pauses between sentences for participants to experience stillness and the power of air.
After the meditation, leave a moment of silence. Then, discuss with questions such as:
Explain, in these words or your own:
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