We had a holy meditation this Sunday. We sat under an avocado tree facing Volcán de Agua. Our group mind got very still and we all could feel our oneness. After the meditation, several people said they wondered about the Indians’ traditions of prayer. Estéban Chuj had joined us. Mark and some others had not realized this till they mentioned their thoughts after services. When we hipped Mark to Estéban’s presence he turned right around and asked, “Please tell us of your traditions.” Estéban immediately sat up on his knees, took his hat off and dropped it to the ground, crossed his arms in front of his chest, and lowered his head. This was his tribe’s meditation pose. He said our sit was very familiar to him; his people would sometimes sit for hours. In some of their services men would play a soft marimba, one of their original religious instruments. We had all shared Communion together.