Spiritual Tea

A new Tulsi blend to support mind, body and spirit

Drawing on the spiritual wisdom of ancient herbal traditions, our Spiritual Tea blend includes a considered range of herbs which have traditionally been used to support higher consciousness, spiritual connection, mental clarity and deeper meditative states.

Health and wellness can be difficult to achieve without harmony of mind, body and spirit. However, when all three are in balance, we find ourselves heading towards more complete health.

Bringing a spiritual practice into your life, as a daily routine or ritual, no matter how small or large, ensures we also attend to our spiritual health and mindfulness. We are then on our journey towards complete health and harmony.


Why has Spiritual Tea been created?

Spiritual tea was designed to support a daily meditation, or spiritual ritual, to help strengthen one’s connection to self and support inner clarity. Whether this is a new, or an existing daily practice, it is our intention that this blend carries you closer to your true essence. Your higher self.

“Spirituality is not religion. It is a path for us to generate happiness, understanding, and love, so we can live deeply each moment of our life. Having a spiritual dimension in our lives does not mean escaping life or dwelling in a place of bliss outside this world but discovering ways to handle life’s difficulties and generate peace, joy, and happiness right where we are, on this beautiful planet.”

– Thich Nhat Hanh

Who was Spiritual Tea designed for?

This blend was designed for those seeking a sense of grounding and connection with one’s higher self. For those who have an existing meditative or mindful practice, or those looking to begin a new ritual, this blend was designed to support and enhance your daily mindfulness practice, carrying you closer to your true essence.

The magic of Tulsi

Tulsi, also known as Holy basil, which has long been regarded as one of the most sacred herbs. Traditionally used in ceremony or daily rituals, it has long been revered as an integral part of many Indian households and is associated with abundance, love, and prosperity.

Tulsi is used in Ayurvedic medicine for its adaptogenic properties, helping one cope with stress and helping to restore balance and harmony of mind, body and spirit. Above all however, Tulsi is regarded as the herb that nourishes the spirit, aiding connection to one’s higher self.

What are the key ingredients of Spiritual Tea?

Tulsi – Ocimum sanctum L.
Also known as Holy basil,  has long been regarded as one of the most sacred plants. Traditionally used in ceremony or daily rituals, it has long been revered as an integral part of many Indian households. Tulsi is regarded as sacred is often associate with abundance, love, and prosperity. It has been referred to as ‘The Queen of all herbs,’ and with good reason. Tulsi holds many benefits for our health and for the health of the environment. Unlike most plants that release oxygen by day and carbon dioxide by night, Tulsi has a unique ability to continue to release oxygen at night. Ayurvedic medicine uses Tulsi for its adaptogenic properties, helping one cope with stress, helping restore balance and harmony of mind, body and spirit. Powerful anti inflammatory properties, immune modulating and antioxidant qualities add to the long list of health benefits this plant is known for. Above all however, Tulsi is regarded as the herb that nourishes the spirit, aiding connection to one’s higher self, perhaps helping us address ailments from a deeper place of connection with oneself.

Gotu kola – Centella asiatica
Has traditionally been used to support cognitive function and memory, improve mental clarity and for its powerful adaptogen properties. Gotu Kola is often referred to as the herb of longevity.

Bacopa –  Bacopa Monnieri
Also known as Brahmi has traditionally been used as a brain tonic, to support cognitive function, mental clarity and to help focus the mind. It was also utilised for its anxiolytic properties to help support the nervous system during stress.

Withania – Withania Somnifera
More commonly known as Ashwagandha, Withania has traditionally been used to help support the nervous system and support mental focus, as well as offering adaptogen properties. Traditionally utilised for its benefits as a nervine tonic and an adaptogen, to treat insomnia, nervous exhaustion, and anxiety, helping ground and balance.

Sensory experiences

Our sensory system is deeply intertwined with our nervous system, and the environment we are surrounded by has a huge impact on how we feel. We can help maintain a calm sensory system by implementing a calm, sensory-friendly environment. This allows us more time for calm thought, reflection and perspective that can be a wonderful tool for reducing stress throughout the day.

Some of our favourite ways to create a calm space around our home are listed below

The use of music can help support our sensory system, such as binaural beats, classical, ambient music, or nature music. Silence is often a rarity these days, but it is often in the silence that we are able to find stillness, and go within.

Incense / Oils / Scents
Scents can also play a role in supporting a calm and relaxed environment. Using aromatherapy or essential oils in a diffuser, or burning incense can add to a relaxing atmosphere.

There is something special with burning candles that is often hard to describe. It can be the scent of natural oils, the gentle flickering flame and the soft calm atmosphere that is created when burning them. We find putting on a candle seems to set the scene for a calm and relaxing environment conducive for meditation and reflection.

What else can I do to support my Spiritual journey?

There are many great ways to support your own spiritual growth. We have listed below some of our favourite tools that we regularly use and have found helpful for us personally.

Meditation classes
We have found that by surrounding ourselves with experienced practitioners, beautiful classes, insightful books or inspirational podcasts we can learn and develop our practice in a more enjoyable way, often learning techniques and guidance that can help us along our journey to find joy in the simple things we experience everyday. There are many great resources and some of our favourite classes, books and podcasts are listed below.

Classes and courses
Mahasoma Melbourne, Surfcoast, Brisbane, Noosa, online
The Broad Place Sydney, online
Julia Turco Melbourne, Surfcoast

The Art of Living – Thich Nhat Hanh
(This is Damiens favourite book with so many beautiful sentiments)
Buddhism for Busy People – David Miche
The Way of the Peaceful Warrior – Dan Millman
Wherever You Go There You Are – Jon Kabat-Zinn
The Power of now – Eckhart Tolle
The Buddha and the Badass – Vishen Lakhiani

The Awakened Brain with Lisa Miller PHD – Rich Roll
(A wonderful conversation on the science behind spirituality)
Vedic Worldview – Thom Knoles
(A beautiful podcast with insightful and inspirational conversations on Vedic philosophy and everyday life)
Ragguhnath Cappo – Rich Roll Podcast
The way out is in – Thich Nhat Hanh / Plum Village
Mahasoma podcast – Laura Poole

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