Teddy bear

Teddy bear

Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

If you see a Teddy bear in your tea leaf cup this suggests that you are thinking about your childhood.

There has been a recent change which has occurred, and this has been positive. We most often deal with our childhood past when we have a major decision in the present context.

Even those feelings that we harnessed long ago about childhood fantasies, relationships and general happiness, may come out now.

This indicates that you have broken loose from your childhood memories, and it is important to try to remember the happy times that you had, rather focus on just the negative times!

In your teacup you may have

  • Seen more than one teddy bear.
  • Seen dots around the teddy bear.
  • Observed a large or small teddy bear.
  • Seen the teddy bear's paw.

Meaning of a teddy bear positioned in your teacup

Top of teacup: if the teddy bear was positioned near the top of your teacup then this indicates you will find a better way to use the negative energy of the person that is around you. Reverse this negative energy by responding positively to whatever he or she says.

Bottom of teacup: appearing in the bottom position of the teacup the meaning takes on a different direction. The person who is being specifically negative towards your thoughts and beliefs is going to undergo an emotional upheaval. This will be a difficult time for this person and in the end will ultimately result in a sense of calm and emptiness that will help this person. As a metaphor, after rainstorms is often a period of cleansing, peace.

Middle of teacup: if the bear appears in the middle of your teacup this indicates that there is a need to demonstrate comfort as your needs are not being met.

Dots around the bear: if there is various dots that surround the bear then there is likely to be an act of kindness. You will try to improve the positive spiritual energy.

Bear's mouth: there is great fastness in trying to solve a problem.

Bear's paw: this symbol expresses hope a sense of healing when shown in your teacup.

Bear's size: the greater the size the more emotions that will surround the drinker. Vice versa, the smaller the bear the smaller the emotions. Thus, this will not effect the tea drinker that significantly.

By Florance Saul
Oct 20, 2012