Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings
A horn refers to an outgrowth on an animal which is either pointed or curved.
Various cultures have used horns for different purposes for many years. Historically mankind has an emotional feeling and attachment to horned animals. This can be seen in various caves where you will be able to find drawings of animals with long horns.
As a symbol, a horn signifies that it is high time you paid attention to your instinct and inner self; weapons; children; and money. So what does it mean when you find a horn in your teacup in a tea leaf reading? It represents your view in life, whereby you need to re-evaluate your inner self and how it is communicating with you. Don’t ignore your instinct as it will direct you to the right direction.
Detailed meaning of the horn tea leaf symbol
Top of teacup: a horn at the top of the teacup is an indication that, now is the time to utilize your inner self for your own benefit. It is going to bring out the uniqueness in you for others to benefit. Stop being an introvert and be open to life. This symbol means you will prosper. Never ignore the inner instinct that is playing mind games with you; follow it without having second thoughts as it is the one who is going to distinguish you from the rest of the pack.
Middle of cup: a horn found in the middle of the teacup is an indication that, if you don’t start utilizing your inner self, things might not work out the way you want it to. You need to start bringing out that which is hidden inside yourself and make use of it; that is the only way you are going to become successful in your undertakings. You are also being forewarned that, you need to make sure that, you don’t ignore your instincts as in most cases, that is your inner self, talking to you.
Bottom of teacup: a horn at the bottom of the teacup implies that, when it comes to your inner self and instinct, you are not thinking straight. You have a strong inner self, but your reluctance to use it has made you not to progress in life. The moment you decide to capitalize on your instincts, then life will begin working out better for your own good. The more you continue ignoring your inner self, the more you will continue having trouble in life. Make a U-turn and do exactly what you think your inner self is telling you to do. It is never too late to change.
Scattered in the cup: Scattered horns in the teacup is an indication that you have a confused mind and that is why you are not sure whether to act according to your instinct or to just ignore it. At times you follow your instincts, and at times you don't. If you check out the few times you did follow your instinct, things worked out right, but other times you may have ignored it. Make up your mind to follow what your inner self is saying to you. Don't disobey.
Your inner self is what will streamline your life – make sure you follow it.
By Flo Saul
Apr 1, 2013