Tea – The Fortune Teller!

The persons most fitted to predict accurately their own fortunes are themselves and can offer an unbiased judgment. Though there is no mediator required for a tea leaf reading than a tea cup and the reader, we can say that Tea Leave Reading is much reliable and private. Thus, it is considered to be the simplest and inexpensive ways of fortune telling one can self practice.

The art of tea leaf reading is known as Tasseography / Tasseomancy or Tassology which has been practicing since ancient period. Being a domestic form of prognostication, ‘Reading the Cup’ could be adopted by anyone who can master certain simple rules.

Here we give you some method to procure tea leaf reading.                                                         teacup2

  1. Choose a wide opened white colored cup.
  2. Sprinkle a teaspoon full of tea leaves to a cup of hot water. Tea bags can’t give a good reading because the leaves are too small and identical. This loose tea is more preferable.
  3. Keep calm, open, mind and Focus on recollecting symbols and patterns. To retain the mental creativity, avoid distracting voices.
  4. Now enjoy your cup of tea. Don’t consume too many leaves floating.                                  teacup-cts-mom
  5. Swirl the tea cup 3 times in a clockwise direction. Let the tea leaves spread widely inside the cup. Drain out the remaining liquid by turning your tea cup over in to a saucer. Wait atleast 30 seconds before turning your cup back over. And now we can start reading your tea leaves!                                                                                                          teacup-treeofthree
  6.   Read the cup clockwise. Make a notation of the first symbol you see. Divide the cup in to three sections: rim, middle and base. Note whether you see bubbles, twigs or droplets in your cup.
  7.  Symbol meanings are interpreted differently depending upon the “feeling” that reader get. Letters can represent a person, place or thing whereas numbers can symbolize years, months, week etc.
  8. Likewise jot down all shapes and figures formed inside the cup and identify the meaning first comes in your mind.
  9. The placements of symbols in the cup can often change the meaning. The first symbol in the rim that catches your eyes shows your dominant character or someone near or influential. The symbol in the middle section symbolizes that may be expected to occur quickly. The base signifies your ultimate answer or conclusion.                                            chartteacuppastprefut cropped

    Now experience the fun and amusement arouse around your tea table with the help of symbols below! And get ready to feel the aroma of tea and the panorama of your future life from a cup of tea!



About Jivraj Tea Limited, India

Exotic Indian Teas from the House of Jivraj Tea Ltd. Jivraj Tea Ltd. has been ahead of its times with its finest tea ingredients coupled with more than 8 decades of experience. At JIVRAJ Group, we know how to make a proper brew. Our tea comes from the finest of Gardens and estates of Assam. Our Tea connoisseurs taste hundreds of teas everyday to select the quality of tea that’s perfect for our Blend and your Tea Cup. We bring you wide range of teas to buy online, ranging from the Premium Assam Tea (J9 Premium Tea & J9 Premium Green Tea) segment to the economic tea segment (Anokhi Tea), there is something special for every Tea Lover. We strive to give every blend its own special Aroma, Flavor and Character. You have struck the treasure of Jivraj where you’ll find different teas like Leaf Tea, Dust Tea, Fanning Tea, Teabags, Orthodox Tea, Green Tea etc. to suite your taste buds. So unwind yourself, take a journey across the exotic Indian Tea World, Buy Tea Online in just 3 easy steps & try something different from Jivraj today! It’s how the World Gets Up and Gets Going! JIVRAJ TEA LTD. Sangharsh Ka Saathi !
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