Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

The cycle in a tea leaf reading indicates that you need to move on and rise above a difficult situation.

The cycle is representative of the world. The wheels representing the round world in terms of how we see it. The cycle from this perspective is associated with your own talents in life. It is very much like a butterfly.

It is time to open your wings and go fly in life. There may be an initiative to create a better life for yourself. The cycle is rather positive in nature. It can symbolize that new spiritual beginnings are taking form. Everything in life has a beginning, middle and an end. We can often see something that is possibly difficult and it's time to move on in life and become free.

So what does it mean in connection with a new beginning?

The cycle will always keep on going. That is a psychic message to you! Keep on going no matter what happens. Let's now look at the position within your tea leaf cup.

Detailed meaning of the cycle tea leaf symbol

Top of teacup: the tea leaf is in the shape of a bicycle, not only the whole bicycle but perhaps just the wheels indicates that things will move faster life. The fact that it is at the top of the cup suggests that you need to get a birds eye view of how you deal with life.

Middle of teacup: if the cycle is found in the middle position of the tea cup this suggests that you are trying to find ways to increase your monitory possessions. It is very much associated with material progression within this position.

Bottom of teacup: the cycle in the bottom position of the teacup suggests it is time to unfold your wings! Times are changing and it is important for you to understand that you will have new beginnings going forward. In this position the cycle suggests that you need to release anger and hurt inside.

In conclusion, the cycle is awakening in terms of spiritual and material prosperity. The good news is that this symbol is generally positive and indicates that new change will come to you and you need to embrace it.

By Florance Saul
Mar 29, 2013