"[Aaron Fisher] shows readers how in the modern world the way of tea does not need to be some somber religious ceremony, but can instead be a path for anyone to experience and share inner peace, relax the ego, and be free and open." —Tea: A Magazine
The Way of Tea: Reflections on a Life with Teaby Aaron Fisher
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The Way of Tea draws upon the wisdom of ancient writings to explain how modern tea lovers can bring peace and serenity to their time with a steaming mug of their favorite beverage—and how to carry that serenity with them throughout the day.
Looking at all aspects of tea and the tea ceremony from a spiritual perspective, The Way of Tea shows readers how in the modern world the way of tea does not need to be some somber religious ceremony, but can instead be a path for anyone to experience and share inner peace, relax the ego, and be free and open—an excellent recipe for a life well lived.
- The Tao of Tea
- The Veins of the Leaf
- Calm Joy
- The Tea Space
- Living Reflections on the Way of Tea
- Tuttle Publishing
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- Hardcover with Jacket
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- 5.40(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.90(d)
Meet the Author
Aaron Fisher traveled the world extensively, spending several years in India, China and Japan before settling in Taiwan where he currently resides. Aaron is a co-founder and the editor-in-chief of the online magazine The Leaf, a senior editor for The Art of Tea Magazine and has written several Chinese and English articles on tea. He is the author of Tea Wisdom.
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Reading this was enlightening with a warm cup of tea. I appreciate the leaf even more than before and have simplified my approach to enjoying teatime. I loved his suggestion to invite the soul and ignore the bowl when partaking.
Quick delivery. Book was a Mother's Day gift and my mom loved it. I'll definetly be reading it when she is finished.