OH Healing Kōrero & Chinese Tea Ceremony
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2023 AT 7 PM – 8:30 PM
Event by Te Whare Ora-The Healing Hut
Te Whare Ora-The Healing Hut
We get together on the basis of our similarities; we grow on the basis of our differences. — Virginia Satir, Family therapist
**Chinese Tea Ceremony**
Chinese Tea Ceremony, similar to wine tasting, help us to taste the richness, freshness and sweetness of life itself, and is a wonderful way people can practice mindfulness, slowing down and cultivating loving compassion together through conversations.
You will be served 3 different varieties of non caffeine organic tea by Jingjing.
OH card is a series of metaphoric cards that could be used in coaching, communication, counselling , team building, story telling and self realization etc.
It’s called OH CARD because, these cards read your sub-consciousness!!
JINGJING has been using OH cards for more than 10+ years for herself and group facilitation. It’s a fun game that participants get to know each other and oneself from a deeper level, and develop insights, understanding and appreciation.
Please contact Jingjing email@example.com or 0274348586
$25 via online transfer or cash
** Due to limited space and teaset, booking is required.
Following is more information of OH card for your reference.
At this time (2006) The OH Cards, published in Germany by OH Verlag, are available in 18 languages including Chinese, Croatian, Danish, Finnish, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Greek, Russian, Swedish, Spanish, Turkish, and Romanian and are being used all over the world.
[An Art form] Some see the OH card genre as an art form, related in particular to collage. Formally the use of OH cards as art relates to some of the considerations of expressionism, cubism and performance art.
[ OH Etiquette ] In OH, we honour each other’s privacy.
I may choose to pass, to not play the cards I have drawn.
I can do this with or without explanation, revealing my cards or not.
In OH, we honour each other.
I will not interrupt you.
In OH, we honour each other’s intelligence and imagination.
I do not re-interpret (or interpret) your cards — even in the secrecy of my own mind.
In OH, we honour each other’s integrity.
do not contradict you or argue about your interpretations.
I try to remember that there are no “correct” interpretations of the pictures, no misreading of words.
In OH, we honour each other’s individuality.
When I interpret my OH Cards I do not assume that you see what I see, feel what I feel, read what I read
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