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Giant Symbol In Tea Leaves

What does Giant symbol mean in tea leaves?

Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

Giant

Giant

A giant refers to some tall and large not average.

As a symbol, it denotes confrontation. If in your tea leaf reading you happen to see a giant we need to turn to the description of the symbol.

You will encounter someone who will appear as a friend but be an enemy. If a giant is your spirit guide, it means you have to prepare for a confrontation with your enemy. You have all the energy and what you only require is the courage to face the enemy and conquer.

Detailed meaning of the giant tea leaf symbol

Top of teacup: if the giant is placed at the top of the teacup, it is time to prepare for a confrontation with the enemy. Don’t let the size of the situation weigh you down; whatever the enemy says does not matter. Make sure you face life with courage and you will automatically conquer life. There is no problem that is too big to handle. Whether it is finances, marital problems, joblessness, handle it now, and you will conquer.

Middle of cup: when the giant is in the middle of the teacup, the problem has not yet hit you, but there are telltale signs that, it might hit sooner than later. If you examine your marriage and see that there are signs that you could have problems in the near future, try to prevent it before it happens. Prevention is better than cure.

Bottom of teacup: a giant at the bottom of your teacup is an indication that you are facing a situation in your life which requires confrontation, but that doesn’t mean that it won’t happen in the long run. Make sure that you build protective fences around everything. Your marriage, your job, finances so that if anything negative does happen, you have protection. Meditate to yourself to ensure there is no room for negativity to occur.

Scattered in the cup: scattered giants in the teacup denotes that you should always be in readiness for any eventuality of problems that occur. Be ready to confront it. This can be achieved through investment in assets in the case of finances; investment in love in the case of marriage; and investment in businesses in the case of job security.

Conclusion

Confrontation is an indication of problems so when you see a giant in your teacup, get ready and be resilient in life. You can conquer anything!