- Dictionarytea leaf/ˈtē ˌlēf/
- 1. leaves of tea, especially after infusion in tea-making or as left as dregs.
- 2. a thief. rhyming slang British
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It start at a party and it was always something that drew a crowd. Tea leaf reading is lighthearted way to take a stab at the future. If you are having a cuppa then you can carry out divination and enjoy discussing life issues, check out my A-Z details of what the signs mean in your teacup! a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Some of the major tea leaf symbols to look out for are: Anchor – This can mean good fortune in your work life or love life. Keep in mind that if this symbol appears blurred or clouded, it will mean the opposite. Birds – These can mean good luck, or possibly good travels. Clouds – These mean significant difficulties.
Traditionally, the tea leaves are read starting at the handle and moving clockwise around the cup. Any tea leaf shapes or groups that are close to the handle describe things presently effecting the person having the reading. It might indicate something on the person’s mind or events they are experiencing.
When looking at the tea leaves, try to discern the shapes and figures of how the leaves clump together. Observe how your instinct is trying to guide you. Do not read leaves in a time-bound manner. Leaves space for ambiguity. Tea leaf reading provides indications. The meaning of the indications changes based on the content.