Tea Leaf Reading for Beginnners: Your Fortune in a Teacup

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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With a cup of freshly brewed tea, you can indulge in an age-old custom that brings you deep relaxation, healthful rejuvenation—and a sense of wonder as you see what the leaves reveal.

In six simple steps, you'll learn to read tea leaves like a pro. Four sample readings with photos will help you interpret tea-leaf patterns even more easily. You'll also find hundreds of symbols and their meanings, grouped by theme—from animals and sun signs to travel and trees.

—Prepare herbal infusions for better health
—Give tea-leaf readings
—Host a tea party
—Master tea-taking etiquette
—Brew the perfect pot

 

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Contents

Introduction
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one
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two
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six
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seven
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eight
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nine
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ten
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sixteen
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eighteen
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twenty
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twentyone
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twentyfive
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twentyseven
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AppendixA
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Glossary
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twelve
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fourteen
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Bibliography
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Copyright

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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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