The World in Your Cup: A Handbook in the Ancient Art of Tea Leaf Reading

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DNA Press, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 139 pages
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For beginners and long-time tea lovers alike, this engaging book explains the practice of tasseomancy, or reading tea leaves. The hands-on exercises and activities are complemented by background information on the history of tea, growing tea plants, tea drying and processing, and the best equipment and techniques for brewing. Rather than the mystical focus usually associated with reading tea leaves, this presentation emphasizes rational and intuitive processes such as learning old traditions, observing carefully, finding patterns, and enjoying a few minutes of concentration.

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Joseph F. Conroy is a teacher and author on the subject of language, and the recent founder of Stone Bench Associates, consultants representing authors and inventors. Emilie J. Conroy is a partner in Stone Bench Associates and publishes the Electricapocalypse website. They live in Philadelphia.

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