Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

A sign of a comma denotes your progress.

It may be that you need breathing space to recuperate your powers, a cheerful break or routine of your life, a holiday. It may also be in consequence and mean that you show a lack of forethought leading to hesitancy and doubt.

This is quite an interesting symbol to get within a tea leaf reading, the comma is a symbol that we use everyday in writing, in a tea leaf reading it suggests emotional problems.

In Chinese tea leaf reading the comma signifies that somebody is going to hit you with problems emotionally! Let's look further at the comma what it is and how it can affect your tea leaf reading. We all know the comma is a curved letter, it can also mean a pause in life. Very much like the English interpretation of this symbol.

Detailed meaning of the comma tea leaf symbol

Let's look at what this means position wise:

Top of teacup: the comma in the position of the top of the teacup is associated with independence and self-reliance. At times, you may be extremely argumentative. The comma in this position indicates that whatever happens there may be delay. Among other letters, it means even though you have a capacity to love deeply there may be some delay going forward.

Middle of teacup: if the comma appears in the middle position of the teacup this suggests that quick results will be yours. It is important that you develop an understanding that delay may help the situation that may become emotional.

Bottom of cup: you would have great success in business and you may also have a talent for writing and teaching.

Scattered: if the comma is scattered within the teacup then this suggests that you will throw something out there but it might not necessarily return. Your reach out to help others may also engage in political endeavors. The message here - is to make sure that you take care of yourself and that you do not seek to much pleasure that will cause pain in the future. What do I mean by that you ask?

It's very hard to make out a comma in a tea leaf reading however you could possibly see on within other letters. In ancient tea leaf readings the comma symbolized delay. This delay was often without any cause.

By Florance Saul
Mar 29, 2013