Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

An Ox is very similar to Buffalo. It is associated with happiness and strength.

If we look back culturally ancient Greece ox and Buffalo both sacred - these are popular sacrificed animals. The zodiac sign that responds to the ox is Taurus.The steer or ox is a sign of prosperity and the friendship of persons in high positions. If you want for money you will now get it.

Detailed meaning of the ox tea leaf symbol

Top of teacup: in the top position the ox is associated with the main & need for affection. You're not inclined to wear your heart on your sleeve. However, it is important to try to keep your feelings to yourself. You may want to give somebody Everything!

Middle of teacup: this suggests you are intellectual and practical when it comes two love interests. There is a hidden talent to please others. It is important for you to understand that you can rise to the top your chosen field but only when you meet somebody you can fully support you.

Bottom of teacup: as this animal is often considered sacred at the bottom of the teacup signifies that the elementary rule force of nature may change the situation for the better. As we've seen in the position of the top and the middle of the teacup it is very much connected to the heart and one's love life. You will place great importance progressing in life both in love and also the business world. For this to appear in the bottom position indicates that the ox/ buffalo is a sign that you're capable of great things but it will only take a short while for you to realize that. The message here is that you must develop a sense of responsibility.

Scattered within the teacup: for the ox to appear scattered in some way indicates that your original feelings in life will soon change there is somebody that will be looking for your advice going forward and it is important for you to actually offer the best advice that you can. As the ox is connected to a peaceful outcome your advice could actually help the situation greatly.

By Florance Saul
Apr 2, 2013