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Tea Leaf Training Class (6th July)

Tea leaf reading, also known as tasseography is a form of divination. Learn to tap into your client.

  • 62.62 British pounds
  • Gordon Street

Service Description

Tea leaf reading, also known as tasseography or tealeaf reading, is a form of divination where practitioners interpret patterns formed by tea leaves at the bottom of a cup or teapot after the tea has been consumed. This practice has been traced back centuries and is rooted in various cultural traditions, including Middle Eastern, Chinese, and European. Here's a general overview of how tea leaf reading is typically conducted: 1. **Preparation**: The process begins with the preparation of tea. Loose tea leaves are traditionally used, as they provide more material for forming shapes and patterns. After steeping the tea, it's poured into a cup or pot, leaving some liquid and the leaves at the bottom. 2. **Consumption**: The person seeking a reading usually drinks the tea, focusing on their question or concern. It's believed that their energy or essence is infused into the liquid as they consume it. 3. **Pouring**: Once the tea is consumed, the practitioner or the person seeking the reading holds the cup with the leaves still at the bottom. They typically swirl the cup or pot in a clockwise direction three times while concentrating on their question or intention. 4. **Interpretation**: After swirling, the cup is turned upside down onto a saucer to drain any remaining liquid. The practitioner then observes the patterns, shapes, and formations left by the tea leaves. These patterns are interpreted based on traditional symbols, intuition, and the specific context of the question or concern. 5. **Analysis**: Interpretations can vary widely depending on the practitioner's skill, intuition, and cultural background. Some practitioners may focus on specific symbols or shapes, while others may interpret the overall impression left by the arrangement of leaves. Common symbols and interpretations in tea leaf reading include animals, objects, letters, numbers, and various geometric shapes. For example, a heart shape might symbolize love or affection, while a ladder could represent progress or ambition. It's important to note that tea leaf reading is considered a form of divination and is viewed differently depending on cultural and personal beliefs. While some people find it entertaining or insightful, others may approach it with skepticism or view it as a purely symbolic or psychological practice.

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  • 30 Gordon Street, Glasgow, UK

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