It’s very difficult to describe what happens in a Tea Ceremony because it’s such a unique experience but here are words from some previous participants: “For the first time, meditation stopped being something painful and dreadful, and became something I genuinely enjoyed! I never felt more comfortable and at ease than sharing a cup of […]
This is us with Metta (our pet-therapy-in-training pup, her name means “Loving Kindness”/”Universal Love”, the chief virtue of Buddhism). There’s also Vajra (cat, his name is a symbol of Vajrayana Buddhism), and many friends and volunteer that help us and you’ll see often. Paolo I discovered Buddhist Meditation back in 2013, or perhaps it discovered […]
Tea is balance – it brings a degree of presence and mindfulness in the whole of my life. More and more, I find myself very still without particularly trying. Tea is a lover I never have seen the real depths of fully, I never can, the more I see the more She lets me know […]
The silence and the tea were powerful and together they concentrated our view inwards and focused our minds.
Sometimes I would have an extraordinarily clear stream of thoughts, and other times I would have a thoughtless voyage into… well how do I talk about that?
For the first time, meditation stopped being something painful and dreadful, and became something I genuinely enjoyed!I never felt more comfortable and at ease than sharing a cup of tea here in this safe haven.This is a magical place and I’m so happy and grateful to have been part of it