From now on, we plan to introduce one of the Global Tea Hut members to you
each month in these newsletters. We hope that this helps us all get to know
each other better. It's also to pay homage to the many manifestations that
all this wonderful spirit and tea are becoming, as the tea is drunk and
becomes human. The energy of the tea fuels some great work in this world,
and we are so honored to show you some glimpses of such beautiful people
and their tea. Since Wu De went to LA last month, we though we'd introduce
you to one of your amazing sisters there, Suzanne Toro.
Suzanne Toro has expressed her gifts as a shamanic broadcaster, sound-intuitive healing
channel, author, poet, food alchemist and "co-creator" in projects inspired
to transform and rejuvenate humanity and Planet Earth.
Her love for trees and tea has opened an ancient part of her soul.
Somewhere in the mountains jutting up from the valley and with a large body
of water below, she seems to recall a time when she sat in a cave with a
fire keeping her kettle of water warm for the next bowl of tea. She would
sit at the mouth of the cave watching over the canopy of trees, as the sun
would reflect the earth's beauty on the still water below. These memories
of long periods of silence and unwritten prose fill her heart with each
As she allows the past to drift with the morning mist, she has welcomed her
ancient friend Tea into her healing practice and sanctuary where each
visitor abides in a warm cup of tea before they drift off into their
harmonic sound-bath conducted by their soul and orchestrated by her. Ahh
the wisdom of tea.... Suzanne says about herself:
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