Tea Leaf Reading for Beginners: Your Fortune in a Tea Cup

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Llewellyn Publications, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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More people than ever are discovering the restorative benefits of tea And The life-enriching divinatory practice of tea-leaf reading. In answer To The surging popularity of this healthy and mystical beverage, Tea Leaf Reading for Beginners teaches readers how to read and interpret tea-leaves in six simple steps. This complete guidebook explores the origins of tea and tea-leaf reading, ways of giving readings, divination ethics, tea's medicinal uses, herbal infusion preparation, and how to host a tea party. For quick and easy interpretation, hundreds of symbols and their meanings are included, organized by theme—animals, sun signs, plants, shapes, and many others.

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About the author (2011)

Caroline Dow (Boulder, CO) has been a tea-leaf reader and herbalist for thirty years, and conducts popular workshops on tea-leaf reading all over the country. She is the author of fourteen books under various pen names, and is the owner and manager of a successful herbal mail order company. She also holds a Ph.D. in Luso-Brazilian Studies and received a Fulbright Dissertation Research Fellowship to Brazil. Her book Magic from Brazil: Recipes, Spells, and Rituals (Llewellyn, September 2001) chronicles those experiences. She has lived in Mexico, Brazil, England, Scotland, Wales, Portugal, Spain, and Italy, speaks five languages, and has studied esoteric traditions in those lands.

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