Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings
A bus stop sign appearing in your tea leaf reading is associated with contentment.
A bus stop is attached to having good fortune. There's a suggestion that you have been feeling insecure in regards to a person that's in your family. When the bus stop is found inside your teacup, and is close to the top, this signifies you have aggressive habits towards somebody inside your social circle. A friend has hurt you deeply.
A bus stop symbolises that you can to deal with a potentially harmful annoying person or situation. The good news is that you are in a position to overcome a threat inside your current social circle. Alternatively, this symbol relates to being determined.
In your teacup you may have:
- Seen more than one bus stop.
- Seen dots around the bus stop.
- Observed a large or small bus stop.
Meaning of a bus stop positioned in your teacup:
Top of teacup: a bus stop featured at the top of your tea leaf reading reflects the course of action that you have been taking recently. As the bus stop is a means of public transport seeing this symbol at the top of your teacup indicates that you are anxious to reach a decision. There is the importance of patience that is sometimes required. This can also be a sign that you are trying to hard in a relationship.
Bottom of teacup: to be featured at the bottom is a sign that your goal is going to take you a long time. If the bus stop is at the bottom of your tea leaf reading it indicates that despite the fact that you are motivated, goals will take a long time to happen.
Handle of teacup: this is a time of positive news.
Middle of teacup: to appear in the middle, indicates that there may be a period of time before you realise the importance your goals. This symbol indicates that many people have been kind to you and offering help. There may be a sign that somebody close to you has suffered rejection.
Large Bus Stop: if a symbol is large it may mean that you're being taken for a ride.
Small Bus Stop: to see a small bus represents that you going to receive some help that you have to pay for.
By Flo Saul
Oct 20, 2012