Wu Healing – A Kung Fu Tea Ceremony

A traditional Chinese tea ceremony conducted by Dr. Ming Wu.

Chinese tea culture refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipment used to make tea and the occasions in which tea is consumed in China. The terms chayi, 茶藝 (“Art of Tea”) and “Tea Ceremony” have been used, but the term 茶文化 (“Tea Culture”) includes more than just the ceremony. Also “culture” is easier to translate into English than the Chinese term 藝 (“art”).

Kung Fu translates as “skill” or “capability.” A Kung Fu Tea ceremony is a way of preparing tea with great skill and mastery that helps bring people closer to Nature – both their own true nature and the essence of the Earth.

The first known writing on the uncompromising and revered steps to serve tea are attributed Lu Yu, author of “The Classic of Tea,” which was published 760 and 780 CE. Lu Yu believed that tea symbolized the harmony and mysterious unity of the Universe.

The steps involved in a tea ceremony evoke the purity, essence, and soul of the tea leaves, and involve all of the senses of the participants.

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