Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: R Is For Ritual

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Hi and welcome back to another day of Tea Leaf Reading Symbols. The April Blogging Challenge has been a lot of fun, and we are already at the letter R!

Today, I also wanted to share a video of a traditional Japanese tea ritual with you. I find tea rituals fascinating in both of its complexity and simplicity. Check it out:

Now to today’s Tea Leaf Reading Symbols:

Letter R:

Rabbit: A child might be getting sick. More than one rabbit stands that you should be content with what you have. A dead rabbit indicates financial trouble, or that you are bored with the current job you have, and feel unfulfilled.

Ram: There is a person in your life, you should avoid as they bring nothing but unpleasantness.

Rake: Be persistent and you will succeed. You are wise in your investments of time and money.

Reptile: Not a positive symbol There is trouble ahead, possibilities include illness, general despair, and misfortune.

River: Trouble and complicated circumstances ahead.

Rose: a good symbol – speaks of love and good fortune

I hope you will join me again tomorrow for the next part of the Tea Leaf Reading Symbol dictionary!

Blessings!

Claudia

 

Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary – Letter L – An A To Z Blogging Challenge Post

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Matcha tea might be completely useless for tea leaf reading, but should be mentioned here anyway, not just because it
seemed to be a very trendy tea at the moment, but because it is rightfully so. With multiple health benefits, this green
powder is a powerhouse of the teas.

Here are just some of the health benefits of this tea. 

1. Improves mental alertness and clarity
2. Detoxifying
3. increases strenght of immune system
4. prevents and assists in bacterial, fungal and viral infections
5. assists with cardiovascular health
6. energy booster.

(Disclaimer: I am legally required to mention that Matcha tea has not been approved to treat any aillments by the FDA. Check with your health care professional for details)

What is exactly is Matcha Tea anyway?

Grown from the shade-grown tea leaf known as tencha, this green tea is powdered, and gets added to hot water while whisking it, creating a frothy type of beverage. Originally used for health purposes only, during it’s original time in China,
Japanese Monks realized the power of this wonderful tea, and cultivated the production of this type of green tea.

A word of caution
Matcha tea contains caffein, and also has been known to cause allergic reaction in some sensitive people. Also people with hypothyroidism should stay away from Matcha tea (as well as all black and green teas) due to its fluriod content.
Let’s get back to our daily dose of Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary! Today’s letter is L. Enjoy!

Letter L:

 

Ladder: Advancement. You are climbing up the ladder. Slow but steady process toward the successful end goal you are seeking.

Lamb: A surprising success is on its way. If you were doubting your path, it will become clear soon.

Lantern: A light shining through troubled times. Better times are on its way, just keep on going.

Leaves: Leaves speak of prosperity, as a result of your hard work and self-discipline. New connections and friends are on their way.

Leg: A motion forward.

Lettuce: Depression, and lack of energy

Lighthouse: A good sign of guidance, and reassurance. If the lighthouse is broken, do not trust the advice that was given to you – as there are troubled waters on the horizon.

Lightning: check out the location of the lightning in the cup. If it is anywhere but the bottom, it indicates bad weather, if it is on the bottom of the cup it indicates property and personal damage due to weather. Next to a human figure means that electrical problems and dangers are related to that person.

Lion: A very positive symbol of prosperity and power. You are about to enter a positive season of your life. If you are looking for recognition, it is on its way.

 

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(Disclaimer: I was given Organic Matcha by Kiss Me Organics for free in return for an honest, and unbiased review).