Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings
Forge is associated with the horse-shoe it represents the motion of banging the horseshoe by a blacksmith.
It is a symbol of desire to reach a goal or hard work. At the same time, it might mean that you do not trust in yourself. If the forge is seen during a tea leaf reading, it might signify that you need to work hard in order to reach your goal.
Once you work hard you will be able to boost your self-esteem and achieve your goals in life.
Detailed meaning of the forge tea leaf symbol
Top of teacup: forge at the top of the teacup means that it’s now time to work hard and achieve your goal. This will happen when your self-esteem is increased, try to work on your inner self, and you will see the difference that this brings to life. Time to get up, redeem your inner power and your will-power will enable you to reach your desired goal.
Middle of cup: forge in the middle of the teacup suggests that you have to keep working hard in life. The moment you stop your self-esteem will go down; the desire to meet your goal won't be met. Learn how to increase your self-esteem. Start on the right path and in time you will be achieving a goal you have been fighting for.
Bottom of teacup: when a forge is at the bottom of the teacup, it means that you have already reached your goal because your self-esteem is high. Keep it up because, if anything happens to your self-esteem, everything you have worked for in life will come tumbling down. You have all the time to cultivate your goals through hard work. Don’t let friends or family stop you! Work on your inner self. That will be the starting point of your downfall.
Scattered in the cup: scattered Forge seen in the teacup indicates that, you are a hard worker and most of the time you have managed to reach most of your goals in life. Your inner self is positive and you are doing well; any change in either your inner self, the way you work or the way you strategize your goals might just lead you to fail in your life. Maintain the positive spirit.
Hard work and self-esteem go hand in hand to ensure that you achieve your desired goals.
By Flo Saul
Mar 30, 2013