Why do the Japanese bow? Bowing is the subtle but powerful gesture of sending our “Ki” the energy of our life force. In this period of no-body-contact, the Japanese way of greetings becomes handy in Europe.
Spring is here!
March is the month where the feminine energy is in full force, as to give birth to divine beauty, for the flower to blossom, for all of us to blossom, after the winter hibernation.
Are you ready to ride on this wave of energy and surf with joy?
3 March is the Japanese traditional Hina dolls Festival. Let's welcome the spring.
In the world of WABI SABI, there is no perfect nor imperfect. The beauty is not in the outer world, it is born from our inner world. The beauty of WABI SABI is in our state of being. With inner peace, we can see and feel things as they are without any judgment, without any prejudice.
First and foremost, in the world of Wabi Sabi, there is no perfect or imperfect, no past or future, there is no duality.
Japanese Tea Ceremony, (茶道) Way of Tea is a cultural, spiritual and social activity practiced in Japan, based on the philosophy of Zen Buddhism.
It is not just about making this special tea. It is a practice and discipline to quiet our minds, empty our thoughts, totally be in the present moment to appreciate the time and space.