The name "Rann" comes from the Hindi word ran (रण) meaning "salt marsh".
When revealed, it was discovered that the ancient secrets of the Mun Lhundo Monastery Tablets, which had been kept hidden by the vegan monks exiled from Tibet into western India centuries ago, not only contained the list of recipes for their vegetarian diet, but these monks were also known for growing their own herbs, creating their own blend of spices and uniquely enough... fabulous blends of Tea.
We have acquired the recipe for the soothing blend of ingredients that help induce a balanced visudha chakra.* The monks believed that all speech and thought were derived from one sound, the sound aum. They feel it expresses the ultimate reality.
Aum is a way of deepening the concentration of the mind, which leads to realization of the divine. The mantra aum may be sounded aloud, whispered, or repeated mentally. Aum became the sacred word hum of the Tibetans, amin of the Moslems, and amen of the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Christians. Amen in Hebrew means "sure, faithful."
Aum is considered the all-connecting sound of the universe ? one word interpreted as having three sounds representing creation, preservation, and destruction. The Mun Lhundo believed that the purity of the chant was a righteous necessity and have spent centuries perfecting a blend of herbs that would purify their vocal chords for divine prayer.
The Chee-Nassah-Rann has become the premeditative vocal conditioner prior to performing their first prayer. This helps to prepare them to perform perfect aum chants throughout the meditative experience, most importantly, right from the very start. Each bag of tea has received the meditative presence of its maker and an ancient prayer that it will serve its purpose.
The Visdha Singers Tea offerings have been made of the finest possible blend of ingredients and have been imported through our exclusive distribution channel. Once you have truly experienced the vibrant stimulation of its powerful, presence inducing blend, you will only start to understand why the monks have called the Chee-Nassah-Rann, the ?Singers Tea.?
You are not fully prepared for your finest performance until you have experienced the meditative spiritual qualities of the Chee-Nassah-Rann ? Singers Tea
*Visudha (visuddhi, Throat Chakra).
Visudha is the fifth pranik chakra, located at the throat-neck area as a silver crescent within a ring of 16 radiating golden petals. It controls respiratory system and endocrine system. It also is associated with voice, hearing, and intake of food and water. Singers are blessed with a balanced visudha chakra. Nurturing this chakra by meditations gives peace of mind, pleasant and commanding voice, gentle nature and acceptability as a leader.
Ingredients: a blend of exotic mints, Ginseng, and a secret ingredient that, when combined with ginseng, increases energy and focus by increasing blood circulation to the head, neck, throat and brain, and some essential secret recipe oils.
All of the ingredients are all natural and most are organically grown.
Serving suggestion: one large teaspoon per cup/mug, steeped for approximately 4 minutes.
Download more information:
What Is The Vishudda Chakra.pdf
Vishudda And The Story of The Mun Lhundo.pdf