• I want to know how to read tea leaves. Please tell me who knows.

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    ElenaGilbert
    ElenaGilbert
    Answered on November 18, 2014 15:29
    To read the tea leaves, you need, first of all, to develop your intuition. Do not believe the standard descriptions of the type - scissors means luck, and the snake - to the trouble. For you, these signs may have a completely different meaning. Symbols must be interpreted individually. At first, read only yourself, check the truth of fortune-telling. Try to interpret something that is not logical - like a cross - it probably means something bad, listen to your feelings. Now directly tips on divination ritual: • Brew coffee in the Turk, at the rate of about 3 teaspoons of ground coffee per cup; • While making coffee, clearly state your question; • Use a white cup with smooth walls - on a white background, the pattern will stand out more clearly; • Do not add sugar and milk, drink slowly cooked coffee; • Do not drink everything to the end, even if some liquid remains on the bottom; • Take a white saucer, twist the liquid a little in the cup, overturn the cup on the saucer so that the liquid flows down; • If you are right handed, do a divination with your left hand, if left-handed - the opposite. Using a non-leading hand activates an intuitive start; • Wait a little while the drawing is finally shaped. Look at the drawings on the saucer and in the cup. Try to interpret what you see.
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    Olya Razina
    Olya Razina
    Answered on November 18, 2014 15:58
    And I heard that not everyone can guess at coffee. It is necessary that the gift was to accurately predict and feel the coffee.

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