So, there are teas, and there are teas. Some teas don't mind to have a hot bath straight up and provide a full bodied experience and taste, without exuding bitterness- more often than not they are the black teas (which are fully oxidised and therefore more robust). But , what about the Oolong tea which typically is classified to be somewhere between the gentle and unfermented green tea and the robust fully fermented black tea? Oolong is processed differently, where it is gene
Recently at work, I have been asked by a small group of people to lead a meditation. These people are all beginners and have little knowledge of what meditation is or how to 'do' it. I am definately no expert in teaching meditation, but have a regular practice of meditating for three and a half years. From my experience meditation is about stopping, and sitting in awareness. In the beginning of my meditation, I needed to focus on something so that my mind wouldn't wonder off.