The activity of this stage helps develop calm and receptivity by getting them to focus on some specific aspect of God’s creation. By giving it your full attention, you can see nature in fresh new ways.

  • Participants will use their five senses to better perceive the environment around them.

    • 15 – 30 minutes
  • The participants will look for stones of different shapes and then create different faces by painting them according to the shape of the stone, such as figures or emojis. Recommended age: 5 years and up.

    • 30 to 45 minutes
  • Participants (children, youth and active adults) lie face down on the grass. They are looking for a blade of grass. They learn to whistle with this sheet or another.

    • 5 minutes
  • The participants (children, young people and active adults) are distributed in a semicircle, in a clear area. They remain silent and, as the facilitator of the activity reads a script, each one will personify a tree visualizing themselves throughout the four seasons. They will have to move as a tree would according to what they hear.

    • 20 minutes
  • Each participant has 10 minutes to find, in the natural environment, a living element that amazes them. It can be a flower, a leaf, a fruit, a seed, a rock, an insect, etc. The idea is that this element is captivating for its simple perfection.

    • 40 to 50 minutes
  • Working in pairs, one of the participants describes an object and the other has to draw it just listening to the description. Then all participants corroborate the veracity of their drawing with the object that their partner was describing.

    • 10 minutes
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