What does a heart mean in tea leaf reading? 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. House: business success. Kettle: death.
How do you read tea leaves? Simply put a pinch of full-leaf tea into the cup and pour hot water on top of the leaves, allowing them to steep for around three minutes. Then, enjoy the cup of tea as you normally would, reflecting on the things that you would like to learn from your reading as you sip.
What is it called when you read tea leaves? Tasseography (also known as tasseomancy) is the art of identifying symbols and interpreting messages found in the shapes and configurations of tea leaves.
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.