The students are lying on the ground looking at the stars. Few minutes of silence then...
Since the beginning the earth has been here, spinning slowly, steady and constant. For thousands of years people have walked along its surface, through the meadows, down the valleys, in the forest. As long as people have walked the earth they have stretched out and gazed at the stars just like you. This steady rock beneath you feeds you, gives you water to drink and air to breath. As you lay here, still and quite, gazing at the stars one star stands out from the rest. Your star. Your star spills bright light down over you. The light touches every part of you body, relaxing it. Imagine the light moving over you head, down through each arm, your breathing slows, down through each leg. Feel your body growing heavy, your roots sink into the earth, through the grass and soil, down into the solid rock. Thick dark rocks that were once molten lava being pushed out through volcanoes, now warm and solid. Traveling deeper into the molten core, churning and beating. This earth is your rock. Supporting you, giving you life. Here in the silence you find rest, protection and peace.