Black Self-Care as Protest: A Breath Practice

Black History Month Meditative Moment (1 of 3)

Join us for a 5-minute breathing meditation to help reconnect our bodies with the Spirit who gives us life.

In his hand is the life of every living thing and the breath of every human being. (Job 12:10)
The spirit of God has made me, and the breath of the Almighty gives me life. (Job 33:4)

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Rev. DaSaint is an Afro-Caribbean American Womanist and an artistic minister who mediates mindful movements to those who are seeking healing for the mind, body and spirit. Based in Philadelphia, she is also the creator and host of the visual Podcast TTYL…OR NOT (Theology Talks You Like… Or Not). You can follow her at IG: rev.dasaint / FB: revdasaint / TW: revdasaint.

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