From waking up early, taking in some great volume of cardio workout to then being subjected to the latest suburban magic diet, working towards success whilst managing or not managing a family is quite the 'Groundhog Day' experience for many in suburban consciousness. What tea does is bring you back into something that does not need to be over complicated. Tea can deliver you to 'calm', it can be a meditation tool, an uplifting study tool and equally an efervescent bloom to your daily life. Tea can be shared with close friends, colleagues (and even enemies as was done to mark conquests) and equally delivered in unimaginable beauty to an individual to provide a peace to a restless, unceasing world.
Understanding wellbeing from the perspective of tea is more about regarding the Eastern view of health. This approach suggests maintaining a lifestyle which is not about retaining a result today or tomorrow but rather an unmarked time in your journey - your future. Taking the time for tea each day is like a practise to not only look forward to but similarly remind you of that gentle guidance towards a balanced lifestyle which encourages slow more conscious decisions.
- Take a new tea of your selection
- Boil a pot (hopefully guided by a temperature controlled teapot) prepare your tea in your favourite vessel
- Sit somewhere uncluttered and clean with fresh air if you can
- Enjoy a series of infusions and gently observe a transformation in flavours and bouquet
- Observe as you do the subtle changes that takes place over you
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To seek but not to arrive is simply pondering that elusive flavour offered to us in the cup of tea offered to us from the camelia sinensis