Tea Ritual: Connect With Mother Ocean

There is something so peaceful and calming about ocean waves.  Their sound and strength provide a rhythm that soothes our souls and invites us to tranquility.  We invite you to heat a cup of your favorite blend of Firepot tea in your favorite mug and stop for a moment. Sit, savor and listen to "Waves" by Chihei Hatakeyama on the link provided below.  

"You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop!" - Rumi

Ocean waves crashing on a pebble beach

Connect With Mother Ocean


Ritual Music: Waves by Chihei Hatakeyama

Click here to listen to our featured song of the month on our Tea Rituals Spotify playlist.


blond woman in blue workout clothes and a sweater doing yoga on the beach

Movement: Ocean Waves

Come to a comfortable seated position.

Feel your sit bones grounded into the earth and then begin to sway back and forth.

Imagine that you are a piece of seaweed anchored to the ocean floor, swaying gently in the ocean waves, grounded and safe, yet light and free.



Meditation: Ocean Meditation

Grab your journal and join us for an ocean meditation!

Bring to mind your favorite place by the sea. Close your eyes and imagine that you are there now. Write down three words that describe how you feel. Then, next to each word, write down three other people, places or practices that make you feel that way. Of these nine words, circle the three that resonate the most with you. Write these down and incorporate them into daily practice or rituals that bring you closer to your bliss.

Firepot Tea Recipe: Chai SparklerChai-Sparkler-square

Have you ever tasted sparkling chai? Try it now!

Our favorite way to drink chai in the summertime is in this light and refreshing, barely sweet iced sparkler! Combine equal parts Firepot Masala Chai concentrate and sparkling mineral water. Add ice and a squeeze of lime!





Download the recipe card here!



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