Friday Tea-time . . . the zen tea destressing art – emptiness | A Zen Story [Koan]


Friday tea time again this week, and time to take time out for our de-stressing tea-way ritual. Today I’m continuing the focus on guidance for your contemplation and the zen tea way . . .  I found this beautifully animated short zen story on “emptiness”, a koan for the tea way to tranquility of mind and wisdom.






A beautifully animated zen story on the zen tea way: “blossoms showered as rain . . . ”




“Nothing exists, in emptiness, except in subjectivity and objectivity . . . ” This is my own teaching of a zen story on emptiness – “the king came to the master” . . . and we use it to dedicate our practice.





As usual, I encourage you to inform yourself and if you’re instinctively drawn to a daily way to tranquility and peace for your mind-body-spirit then gen up as much as you can with self-education. Learn more about our Zen Tea-way in my blog.


Enjoy! suzen


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Published by SuZen

Teacher of Zen and Yoga Meditation, Writer and Spoken Word Artist SuZen

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