Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

The sign of beginning and end, of emptiness and completion. It must be interpreted solely in connection with attendant symbols.

In itself it is nothing, and yet contains the possibility of everything.It is in the circle shape of the universe. Zero in a tea leaf reading is the same meaning as a circle bracelet or anything round - in essence it is hard to make out whether the circle is in fact a zero. You may feel that this is a zero because there are other numbers surrounding the symbol in your teacup. It is true to say that any circle in a cup is a positive omen.

Readings containing spiritual symbols such as the circle often show no context of long term reality. You should be aware of the fact that the circle in your reading will carry the most relevance to your daily life as it is spirit who is trying to communicate with you. Any type of symbol in your reading (such as a circle) is a method of communication to the physical world and the way in which our world reflects the spiritual plane. A circle in your reading represents the Universe.

To see the Zero represents your spiritual entirety.

Let's for now, consider the actual individual placement of seeing a circle within your tea leaf reading.

Detailed meaning of the Zero tea leaf symbol

The circle or ring in the middle of the cup: to see the circle in the top position indicates the circle of flames. What do we mean by this? There is some aspect in life that will things easier

This found at the middle of your cup: A circle is a great symbol to get in a tea leaf reading. You might not see the zero as a number but more as a round circle or an oval shape like every circle the zero is a symbol of continuing a project. The circle itself is a symbol of partnership and marriage.

Bottom of the cup: for the circle to appear in the bottom of the cup essentially means that you are a hard worker. You will travel maybe with work. You don't necessarily want to take the lead but in completing a task to the best of your ability you may be better off as being the leader.

By Florance Saul
Apr 8, 2013