Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings
This symbol denotes stability of position and a general dead level in your fortunes in consequence of lack of enterprise. Your position will be safe but subordinate.
Let's for now quickly review the symbolic meaning of the bench in tea leaf readings. A bench in a tea leaf reading symbolises individual characteristics. It is important to look at the actual pattern shown in the tea leaf cup.
The structure of the bench is quite important, as well as the size. The symbolism off the bench is associated with looking beyond. What we mean by this? We need to sometimes look further in life and take time to reflect.
The bench is associated with taking time to sit quietly contemplate what you want from life. It is definitely the symbolism of orientation. The bench is associated with learning or trying to find a deeper meaning of life.
Top of teacup: if the bench appears at the top of the teacup then this is associated with a fresh start in life. It indicates you are usually happy and content with life. There is a focus on endless curiosity which will make you more ideal in the minds of others. Perhaps you have been bored recently? If so, it is important to make sure that you meditate in order to find your goal or meaning in life.
Middle of teacup: for the bench to appear in the middle position indicates that you are honest about your feelings and opinions. Sometimes people are taken aback by what you say. The bench is appearing in the middle of the teacup, because you need to stop and think before you speak.
Bottom of teacup: for the bench to appear at the bottom of the teacup means that somebody is going to be upset with you going forward. Do not forget how people have helped you in the past. This can also suggest exciting friends are around you.
Scattered: if the bench appears scattered in any way or plotted around the teacup then this is associated with luck. It means that in life you will be lucky no matter what you choose.
In conclusion the bench is focused on reflection and understanding one's needs and wants in life.
By Flo Saul
Mar 29, 2013