Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

A locomotive is a vehicle which is used to put trains into motion.

As a symbol, it denotes a rise in fortune. If you happen to see a locomotive in high speed in your teacup, it means you are at the peak of your success and your desire to move forward and succeed even further. The length of the locomotive in your teacup is an indication of how important you are to those around you.

It can also signify the burden you are carrying in your life. So if the train is short, it means that your burdens are less or you have fewer crowds around yourself; if it is long, it means the burdens are many or, you have a crowd of friends. If the train is at slow speed, it means that your success has come gradually, but if it is fast, it means that, it has taken you a shorter time to reach your peak of success.

Detailed meaning of the locomotive tea leaf symbol

Top of teacup: A locomotive in high motion on top of a tea cup is an indication of that, your life is moving in the right direction, and you have been crowned with success. If it is long, it means that people around you value you due to the fact that, you are using your success to help them to meet their daily needs. Otherwise, if the train is short, it means that you are extremely mean with your wealth, making people to shy of you as you will not help them. If the movement is in slow motion, it means, though you are at the peak of your success, it has taken you quite a long time to get there. If you are in any way, misusing your wealth, you will have to change your ways because it might just cause your downfall.

Middle of cup: A locomotive in high-speed shown in the middle of the teacup is an indication that, you are not yet at the peak of your success. If it moves at low speeds, it means that you are heading for success with so many obstacles along the way which must be dealt with before you get hold of your success. And if the locomotive is short, it means that you don't value your friends very much and that is why it is taking you some time before achieving your goal at the top. If the locomotive is moving in slow motion and it is long, it means that you have overcrowded yourself with so many people who are giving you recognition, but it is not helping much when it comes to achieving success; they are slowing down your journey to stardom. You need to start involving your friends in your undertakings, and they might just be able to help you succeed faster than you expected. And when you finally get to the top, remember them and help them to rise to the top as well.

Bottom of teacup: A locomotive in high speed at the bottom of the teacup is an indication that, you still have a long way to go to reach the peak of your success. Despite your hard work, you have been unsuccessful in life because you are keeping the wrong company and people who matter to you are not at all valued by you. If the train is in slow motion at the bottom of the teacup, it means that, somehow, you are on your road to achieving great things in life, though you will have to put in more effort. You try to value the wrong people who, instead of helping you to prosper, are squandering the little that you have and making you go deeper down into poverty. Try and re-evaluate your friends.

Scattered in the cup: A locomotive in high speed scattered all over the teacup is an indication that, you have the potential of being successful, but due to unavoidable circumstances, you are not achieving the success. You might be harboring negative energy which is making it impossible to reach your peak. You are successful, but not to your standards. You need to put more effort in each and everything that you do. Stop doing things in slow motion and start acting fast on whatever opportunity presents itself your way otherwise, people will be grabbing what belongs to you, and you will remain unsuccessful for a very long time. Determination and a strong will are what you lack in your journey to stardom.


Your desire to move forward and succeed should surpass everything else because the truth is, you have what it takes to succeed.

By Florance Saul
Apr 1, 2013