Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings
Reins are normally attached to a hose to enable one to control it while driving or riding.
As a symbol, reins imply that you are in the process of persuading someone to see things from your point of view. So if you see reins in your teacup, it means that there is something you are trying to force out on your friends, relatives or colleagues, which they are not agreeing with you, but you are ready to go an extra mile to make them accept it from your point of view. Normally, the reins are seen on a horse in the teacup reading so make sure you look up the horse meaning.
Detailed meaning of the reins tea leaf symbol
Top of teacup: reins at the top of the teacup denotes that, people are running away from you because of the style you do things. You are trying to force problems upon people which is against one’s principles just to justify your ego.
If you don’t change your ways, you might end up a loner because everyone will be avoiding your company.
Middle of cup: reins in the middle of the teacup denote that you are changing your character to become something of a nag and this might not work well for you.
Avoid being a nag and allow friends and all those around you to enjoy their freedom without having to force them to see things your way; that is the only way you will have to attract more people to you (prosperity) and in the process, be able to prosper due to the sharing of ideas that will ensue due to meeting a variety of people with vast ideas.
Bottom of teacup: reins at the bottom of the teacup implies that people love your company because you listen to them and allow them to do things their way as you do yours the way you like it.
There is freedom of expression when one is in your company, and that has made you to progress on well. When you do a lot of listening and less talking, you are able to learn a lot from others, which you can then use to make sure that, your life improves for the better. Listening attracts positive energies around you.
Scattered in the cup: scattered reins in the teacup indicates that, you are full of yourself and this is what is making you become a loner. Why do you think that what you say should be followed without opposition?
Remember each individual views the same thing differently, and it is high time you grasped that and allowed others their freedom of expression.
Don't be a "know all" type of person because, no one in this life happens to be a master of everything; you are just a master of one thing, and that is the thing you should try to let others understand about you without having to force them to see things from your viewpoint. Maybe the way you understand life - it is not the way they do? Allow everyone to have a say in whatever matter you are discussing.
Conclusion: don’t be a master of everything; try and listen to your friends as they might be holding a view which is even better than yours.