Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

To see fingers in your tea reading means physical and mental acumen.

They also tell about non-verbal communication, action and manipulation. If you see the finger by the rim this means something is letting a situation overwhelm and control your actions. If you see more than one finger then you may lose grip on situation and life.

To see crossing fingers depicts optimism, success, good luck as well as hope. To see injured fingers, denotes doubt about your ability to perform in a demanding task or succeed in a challenging work.

To see a pointer finger, depicts inner guilt or self blame.

If may be the voice of your inner soul troubling you with fear that you will be exposed. To see the symbol of your little finger in tea leaf readings represents mental power, intellect, memory, and the power of communication.

To see a forefinger with a nail tells about direction, authority and judgment. The omen may be trying to make a point to awake you. To see the middle finger in the teacup tells of practicality, caution, prudence and feeling of responsibility with hard work.

Meaning of finger in your tea leaf reading

Top of teacup: To see fingers in top of the pack, foretells popularity , success and creativity.

Lines are broken: If you see broken lines this means you will be happy but the chances of acquiring a career you like is slim.

Bottom of teacup: To see the symbol in the bottom of the pack denotes much suffering and problems. You will feel dejected in making way through your life. It foretells that there is possibility of loosing wealth and honor for possibility of success of enemies.

Middle of teacup: To see fingers in the middle of the pack tells about possibility of marriage, commitments and union related to the issues of the heart.

Near handle: if the handle is close to the finger that means more happiness for you in the near future.

Side of teacup: To see the symbol of finger on side of the pack is symbolic of cure and healing or the need to be cured.

By Florance Saul
Oct 20, 2012