What does a heart in tea leaves mean? Heart: good things to come, such as money —if surrounded by dots—or marriage—if with a ring. Horseshoe: success in choosing a partner; a lucky trip. Hourglass: imminent danger.
How do you do tasseography? The Tea Reading Tasseography. Put a pinch of tealeaves in the cup and pour boiling water over them, allowing it to stand about three minutes. Drink the contents of the cup leaving tealeaves and a very small amount of liquid in the bottom.
What kind of tea is used for tasseography? It’s recommended that beginners use simple loose black tea leaves, but enjoy the process of selecting an aromatic blend that tantalizes your senses.
Do you have to drink the tea to read tea leaves? Basic steps in tea leaf reading
Tea reader does not need to drink unless she or he is telling her/his own future. You can read your own cup or find a tea leaf reading specialist, called the “seer.” Put some loose leaf tea in a cup and add hot water. Steep for a few minutes.