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Tea is also a sort of spiritual refreshment, an elixir of clarity and wakeful tranquility. Respectfully preparing tea and partaking of it mindfully create heart-to-heart conviviality, a way to go beyond this world and enter a realm apart. No pleasure is simpler, no luxury cheaper, no consciousness-altering agent more benign. ~ James Norwood Pratt / Japanese tea ceremony. Sado 茶道

Tea is a sort of spiritual refreshment, an elixir of clarity and wakeful tranquility. Respectfully preparing tea and partaking of it mindfully create heart-to-heart conviviality, a way to go beyond this world and enter a realm apart.

Bathing, for many in Japanese cultures, is a meditative practice. The bath is meant to cleanse the person's soul, so he or she emerges renewed, refreshed, and tranquil.

Japanese baths are an integral part of Japanese culture. The process is a meditation to many, especially Japanese practicing Shinto and Buddhism. The bath is meant to cleanse the person's soul, so he or she emerges renewed, refreshed, and tranquil