Meditations With Tea: Paths to Inner Peace

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Citadel Press, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 204 pages
Tea expert Diana Rosen shows why for thousands of years, tea has been used to achieve good health and a calming sense of well-being in this life-affirming guide that teaches twelve distinct ways to combine the pure bliss of tea with the power of personal meditation. Packed with techniques to 'de-stress' the mind and body through breathing rituals, stretching, relaxation practices, and mindful concentration on tasks both large and small, MEDITATIONS WITH TEA describes the symbiotic relationship of tea with meditation.
 

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The ritual of tea drinking becomes a salve and window to the soul in Rosen's soothing volume. Rosen urges readers to revive the ancient Japanese tradition of savoring and contemplating life through ... Read full review

Contents

Tea Meditations Defined
1
Mini History of Meditations wit
4
What Meditations with Tea Can Do for You
8
Guidelines for Beginners Breathing
16
Brewing Basics Review or How to Make Tea that Tastes Great
22
Elevating Energy
27
Just Walking
33
Asking Forgiveness
40
Shoring Up Creativity
54
Being with Family
62
Remembering the Sabbath
70
Doing Business Mindfully 77 MEDITATION 9 Doing Business Mindfully
84
Inviting Love and Peace into the World
103
The Simplicity of Leaf and Water
120
Vessels for Tea and Your Spirit
141
Endnotes
183

Offering Gratitude
48

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