Yin Fire Meditation Tea — Inviting Self-Discovery


Sometimes although we know something is off, we just can’t place our finger on what it is. This formula is designed to gently open the Pandora’s Box of what is brewing under the surface.

The goal can be to discover something about yourself you haven’t seen before or to help you gain new insight around an issue you’re already aware of. Either way, the goal is to help you uncover something you’ve been missing.

Like the 3 Shen Tea, this formula is meant to be used as part of your regular meditation practice. It won’t do the work for you but it will help bring awareness to your inner world. I recommend sipping on the tea just prior to your regular sitting practice. It can also be useful to sip on the tea before journalling or mind-mapping or any sort of self-discovery exercise.

I generally recommend doing this practice for 30 days when you’re trying to deepen your self-discovery. While some may find breakthroughs in less time, I still recommend sticking with the 30 days. I like to sip the tea, do my meditation, and then follow up with journalling or mind-mapping around any of the thoughts going through my head.

This process can make your mind more active while sitting. The goal is to bring things out, not to calm them down so don’t get discouraged by a busy mind. Bringing things to the surface will help you identify what part of your life needs some attention and is an empowering process. Approach the journey with a curious mind.

This bottle contains a 4-6 week supply depending on how often you drink the tea.

A proprietary blend of Xiang Fu (Cyperus rhizome), Shan Zhi Zi (Gardenia fruit), and Shi Chang Pu (Acorus rhizome).
Add 1/2-1 scoop to 6-8 ounces of hot water to dissolve. Drink as a tea. Twice per day.


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