Singing Meditation: A Ministry of Song and Silence
General Assembly 2010 Event 2069
Presenters: Ruthie Rosauer, Liz Hill
Singing Meditation is a form of worship that alternates repetitive singing of short, simple, interfaith songs with periods of undirected silence. Workshop includes brief lecture about the universal appeal of song and silence across cultures, the basics of starting a group, and concludes with a singing meditation session.
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