Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings
A Rod is a thin bar made of either metal or wood.
As a symbol, a rod denotes authority. So if you happen to see a rod while carrying out a tea leaf reading, it means you have been placed in authority and you have to use that chance to lead people well so that they feel happy and not oppressed with your leadership. When you are in authority, you don’t have to be dictatorial in order for people to feel close to you; be a loving and understanding leader whom your subjects can turn to when they need guidance.
Detailed meaning of the rod tea leaf symbol
Top of teacup: a rod at the top of the teacup implies that you are now a leader and with that comes authority. While in authority, there are dos and don't we should make sure that you adhere to in order for your leadership skills to run smoothly.
If you try to be dictatorial, people will rebel and that will lead to conflicts with your peers, making it difficult for you to rule. Ask spirit guides for guidance because true leadership comes from within. Good leadership will make you the best authority in your community.
Middle of cup: a rod in the middle of the teacup is an indication that you need to prepare yourself because there is a leadership opportunity, which is coming your way and you have to be ready for this. Leadership is a tough responsibility which, if you are not prepared for, will break down in life if you don’t care for yourself.
Make sure that you ask your friends who are already in authority how they are managing so that, when your turn comes, you will find it easy to lead.
Bottom of teacup: a rod at the bottom of the teacup is an indication that, due to the fact that you don’t have any leadership qualities, it will take time before you are approached to lead anything in life. But due to the fact that leadership comes from the divine, you can ask him to grant you the wisdom and you might be shocked you are being crowned a leader and exercising your authority over your community people. It is important that you don’t just give up becoming a leader, but try and work towards one day becoming one, even if it will take years to achieve.
Scattered in the cup: scattered rods in the teacup means that you were born a leader; there are several leadership tasks bestowed on you and you must ensure that you fulfill all of them. This is a gift from the Spirit above; they have seen that in you there is authority to lead his people and with that, don't misuse your powers; make sure that you lead people in the correct manner and in the right direction and they will speak well of you which in the process, will grant you blessings in your life and that of your family.
Conclusion: to be a leader is an inborn gift but you can as well cultivate it depending on the type of environment you are raised in. If you are given a chance to be an authority over others, do it with humility.