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The Invisible Gift

A Breakthrough Mindfulness Method to Strengthen and Repair Relationships

Create the loving relationships you desire and deserve.


The Invisible Gift presents a new mindfulness method specifically designed to strengthen and repair our closest relationships. Based on the ancient wisdom of the Japanese Tea Ceremony, Dr. Suzuki combines Eastern practices with Western psychology to help readers:

  • Develop safety in relationships

  • Deepen self-awareness and empathy

  • Communicate honestly and respectfully

  • Navigate significant differences

  • Create win-win solutions

"What truly is the purpose of our lives? This book will serve as a guide for anyone who has ever suddenly found themselves in such a quandary."

—Yoshiki Sato, President of the National Federation of UNESCO Associations in Japan


"The Invisible Gift is a revelation...for developing and sustaining healthy relationships."

—Jacqueline Webb Archibald, Founder of International School of Central Switzerland


"For us non-Japanese fascinated by the profound beauty of Japanese culture, The Invisible Gift gives us a new perspective on how to bring harmony by respecting each other despite our differences."

—Yoav Keidar, Israeli entrepreneur, thirty years in Japan



•    2024 Nautilus Book Award Silver Winner in Body ~ Mind ~ Spirit Practices

  Author Katsura Suzuki  


Katsura Suzuki, MBA, DBA, was born in Japan as “the tea ceremony master’s daughter.” Expected to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a master herself, she was trained in the Japanese meditative arts for thirteen years, starting at age five. However, when she was eighteen, Suzuki decided to carve her own path, going on to build an extremely distinguished thirty-year career in finance, based in Switzerland. Dr. Suzuki started her career with Ernst & Young, ultimately heading the Japan desk in Zurich for over twenty years. She has since supported the Swiss government, Japanese authorities, and large companies in bridging the intercultural business communication gap between Switzerland and Japan. Recently, she has shifted to investment, focusing on the technology and health sectors through her own business, Katsura Suzuki GmbH. She was a managing director in a California-based private equity company and is President of a family office services company in Switzerland. She has been on the board of directors for seven Japanese-owned client companies and is a well-recognized mentor, accompanying partner firms on their journey to growth. Dr. Suzuki has introduced a science-based, inclusive mindfulness approach called The Invisible Gift Method. Her unique and timely message empowers adults and children alike to thrive in an increasingly globalized world. The Birdfish and the Secret of Crystal Island, written for children ages 8 – 12 and The Invisible Gift, written for adults, teach mindfulness and emotional intelligence principles drawn from the Japanese tea ceremony: hospitality, tranquility, purity, respect, and harmony. Dr. Suzuki received her BA in English Literature from Tokyo’s Toyo Eiwa Women’s College, her MBA from EU Business School in Switzerland, and her DBA from the University of South Australia in Adelaide.

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