‘A quiet mind is able to hear intuition over fear’

This is why tea matters. If you put everything aside and sip your tea for at least 10 minutes, in a quiet environment, it becomes a form of meditation. You can hear yourself loud and clear, your thoughts, your feelings, and make decisions a lot easier from there. Good decisions, although those bad ones can be good, too πŸ™‚

Fear is our enemy No1. And I’m not talking about the fear of flying, but the fear of trying, risking, failing, or even winning. Some people are afraid of success. I was amazed when I found this out! Who would be afraid of succeeding ?! Right?! But the truth is, there are fear-based steps that we sometimes take just not to get to the top because we’re not sure how we’ll handle it. This is a true story.Β 

And this is happening because we try to look too far into the future. When we’re making those predictions we do it from this perspective, from where we’re at right now. Which is so wrong! As we move forward, we also change, with every step we take and every experience we go through. At the moment we get to our imaginary top (which never happens because we always keep moving forward) we have a different perspective. Therefore, we are safe! We really are! We will know how to handle it! There’s no reason to fear it. 

And failing … failing is just a lesson that we need to learn so we can get ready for the next level. Unless we resist that lesson and beat ourselves about it. Not a smart move though… 

I’ve failed so many times. I bet you all do. But if we rename Fail to Lesson, we get up much faster and not just stronger, but wiser. Dare to take those teachings, because they are so valuable! And there’s always a reason why we needed it in the first place. 

That’s what a cup of tea can teach! Not to fail, but to take that fall πŸ™‚

It may sound crazy to you now, but the practice will show. This is why we preach that drinking tea is not just a sippin’ beverage, it’s not just a healthy drink for the body, this is how it can impact the mind on so many levels. 

I hear a lot that people who drink tea only read books and don’t party much… Well, this is such an EPIC FALSE!

Ask around and you’ll be amazed to find out how many interesting people enjoy this beverage. But I’ll warn you that they may be partying a lot more than you do πŸ˜‰ This is why I call my community Rockstars! They are artists, they are educated, they are brave, they are always laughing, they are full of life, they are fun, and there are a lot more people like them who are Free Souls! That’s what this is all about, that’s the wonder that a cup of tea takes you to. 

Black Rabbit Tea



  1. Nice post. And, while meditating with our cups of tea, invite fear to the table – listen to what it has to say, and tell it why it needs to step aside. Then, let it go.

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    1. Yes, absolutely!
      Thank you Megan 🀍

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  2. It seems hard to take those 10 minutes to sit quietly alone to contemplate the world and its wonders. It is wonderful to let my mind wander where ever it wants to. I will try to do it more often.

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    1. It’s not hard at all, unless you convince yourself that it is πŸ˜‰

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    2. Hi Megan, thanks for the like. I will go to your blog and check it out too.

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    1. Thank you! 🀍✨🀍


  3. Rigozo says:

    Yay! Tea Rocks.

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    1. 🀘🏽🀍🀘🏽


  4. beetleypete says:

    Seems like sacrilege to confess, but I don’t like tea very much. And when I do have tea, I use Yorkshire Tea tea bags, and add a little milk and sugar. Sorry! πŸ™‚
    Many thanks for following my blog, which is appreciated.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Nothing to be sorry about 😊 We don’t have to like same things 🀍

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  5. Corrie.S.P. says:

    I love tea! It is reaxing and good.

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    1. Always! πŸ™ŒπŸΏβœ¨πŸ™ŒπŸΏ

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    1. Which one is your favorite ?

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      1. Corrie.S.P. says:

        I love lemon ginger tea and I also love constant comment tea. Also I love vanilla chia tea, I just love tea! heh heh

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      2. πŸ˜ƒ You are one true TeaLover! That’s nice to hear! Ginger and vanilla are my go to from your short list πŸ˜‰


      3. Corrie.S.P. says:

        Yes! I looove ginger the best though.

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      4. Head on to the website (www.blackrabbittea.com) and you’ll find several blends with ginger! πŸ™‚


  6. Diana says:

    Beautifully written! A cup of hot tea in my hands after a stressful day does wonders for me.

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    1. You just pour some magic dear ✨ Enjoy your cuppa 🀍

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  7. Cherryl says:

    Lovely post. There’s a lot of psychology attached to having a ‘cuppa’, very calming, and it encourages everyone involved to drop the gears, relax and open up/talk more….at least until the tea goes cold πŸ˜Šβ˜•οΈ

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    1. I totally agree with you! πŸ«–
      There’s so much more to it.
      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts 😊

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