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Welcome back for another week of A to Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Symbols Dictionary. This week begins with the letter O. But before we get started I want to share 10 quick facts about Oolong Tea – which is suitable for tea leaf readings – that you might not have known.
- Stabilizes blood sugar
- Alleviates skin problems
- promotes healthy hair
- Prevent osteoporosis
- prevents tooth decay
- strengthens the immune system
- aids digestion
- increases mental alertness and focus
- boosts metabolism
- lowers cholesterol.
These reasons alone should be initiative enough to make you add some more of Oolong tea into your daily regiment!
Let’s get to our Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary:
Oaktree: symbol of strength and endurance. A powerful and positive symbol that speaks of strong relationships, wealth, and achievement. A prosper and abundant marriage
Oil-Can: You are worried and concerned about something
Onions: Hidden beneath some layers are secrets that need to be revealed. These secrets will bring some discomfort and sorrow.
Organ: Not a symbol that reads well on its own. Musicians will find this a positive sign, as it speaks of achievement in their field.
Owl: This is an unfortunate symbol. Do not expect any positive movement forward at this time. If the owl is flying grief is involved. Someone is speaking ill behind your back. If you are asking about a upcoming change, this symbol is a warning to be careful as you proceed.
Ox: Your house and home is filled with abundance and domestic bliss.
I hope you enjoyed today’s symbols. See you again tomorrow!
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Oolong sounds like it has a lot of great benefits! I’ll have to try some sometime. Hope you’re having a great week!
I do like Oolong tea though I don’t drink it that often. I do have it at the local coffee shop sometimes.
I’ve never heard of Oolong Tea, and it still amazes me how you can see all these pictures in tea leaves. hmmmmmmmm