Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

A lance is a weapon which is used for thrusting and has a wooden shaft with a pointed head.

In ancient times, a lance was used by a horseman for charging the horse. As a symbol, it signifies dedication and ability to fight. So if you happen to see a lance in your teacup, it means that you are prepared to defend what belongs to you and you are dedicated to ensuring that, you get it.

Detailed meaning of the lance tea leaf symbol

Top of teacup: if a lance is seen at the top of the teacup, it means that your ability to fight for what rightfully belongs to you is very high and you are fighting to make sure that, you achieve what belongs to you. You are protecting your family and loved ones from foreseen and unforeseen dangers, and they are feeling protected in your shelter. Keep up with your dedication.

Middle of cup: a lance in the middle of the teacup implies that you are one person who is confused in life. You decide whether to fight for what is rightfully yours or give up. You are in the middle of in decisions, and your dedication is divided too. Make sure that whatever you do, even during this time you are not sure of what to do in life. You should basically be for your own person and for the good of those who are close to you.

Anything else is immaterial and doesn’t have an impact on your life. At the end of the day, it is your family which matters a lot. Let them enjoy the protection you are capable of offering to them. Your dedication is highly recommended.

Bottom of teacup: a lance at the bottom of the teacup is an indication that you are unable to fight and protect your family. Those who are close to you may suffer due to your failure to dedicate time and energy to them. This is making these people suffer because they are exposed to dangers of life.

Scattered in the cup: scattered lances in the teacup are an indication that there is a conflict of interest between your desire to protect your family and self-dedication to please those around you. Your family should always come first. You have to cultivate a culture whereby your family is the one who will dedicate more than anything else.

Let your work, your finances, your friends, and anything else in life come after your family.


Dedication and a need for protection are what your family requires. So whatever you do in life, make sure that this is for the benefit of those whom you love. Your job can be taken care of by someone that you delegate to. Your finances can be organized by an accountant. Your family does not have someone else to take care of them apart from you, and that is why it should come first on your priority list.

By Florance Saul
Apr 1, 2013