Anatta - Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony

Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony

The Chinese term "wu-wo 無我" means anatta or anatman, there is a Chinese tea ceremony that takes this name Wu-Wo tea ceremony (see main article) and encourages participants to forget about knowledge, wealth, and appearance to establish a group equality without prejudice.

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Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony - Symbol
... A "circular rainbow" is the symbol for the Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony ... The Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony pursues the circular rainbow and goes towards the blank light or empty circle in the flag's center ... The Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony follows this concept for example, people have knowledge, wealth, and appearance, and try to forget these things and transcend ...

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