Where does wind go when it stops blowing? It turns back into still air. Become still air.

by Yancey Grantham

Shhh, be still… I’m Yancey and I’m moving very slowly. In this game, we control the speed of our energy.

Be the wind and blow rushing about then become still. Pause for at least 5 seconds and become still as the air. Practice blowing then pausing, how long does it take you to become still and silent?

Wind is air in motion.1 Air is a mixture of the gases nitrogen and oxygen with a little argon and carbon dioxide mixed in.2 Gases are made up of atoms and molecules.3

“If every atom in us was once a star, and space is teeming with electrical vibration, what then does the wind consist of? Atoms are in the air, yes? So if I broke my physical body down to its essence, perhaps I would be air and not dust. Perhaps we already are the wind.” – Jeannie (willowinthewind)

“The kinetic energy in a gas is the greatest of the states of matter. Because of this increased kinetic energy, gas atoms and molecules tend to bounce off of one another, more so as the kinetic energy is increased.”4

Key Points

  • Control the movement of your mental wind
  • Learn to control your stillness
  • Wind is air is gases which are atoms and molecules

Self Talk
I can become still. I can be full of movement and kenetic energy but then become still in body as my spirit embraces joy. I am the wind.

  1. Retrieved from Weather Wiz Kids web site http://www.weatherwizkids.com/wind1.htm []
  2. Retrieved from WeatherQuestions.com web site http://www.weatherquestions.com/What_is_air_made_of.htm []
  3. Retrieved from WikiBooks web site General Chemistry/Gases http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/General_Chemistry/Gases_are_made_up_of_molecules []
  4. Retrieved from WikiBooks web site General Chemistry/Gases http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/General_Chemistry/Gases_are_made_up_of_molecules []

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