Tea Leaf Readings

Tea leaf reading is an ancient and magical art that taps into the deep, rich world of the psyche giving insight, guidance and creative prompts. Tea leaf reading has its roots in Asia and the Middle East and has been practiced by everyone from Royalty to housewives, and was considered a pass-time by the victorian ladies at high noon tea. Not only is it a rewarding and extremely insightful process, it’s beautiful and entertaining.

Anyone who’s enjoyed a nice cup of tea can attest to how relaxing and peaceful it is. Imagine taking that process to another level. As you enjoy your cup of loose leaf tea, you infuse it with your essence, creating a catalyst that allows the tea to “paint” pictures and images in the bottom of your cup. From there I will string together symbols to give you insight into key points in your life (past, present, future).

Tea leaf reading is one of my favorite forms of divination because of the ambience and atmosphere it creates. All readings  come from the same intuitive place, so a tea leaf reading and a Tarot reading will yield similar results, but tea leaf readings tend to captivate people because it is a very creative, lyrical and moving experience. If you’ve never had the opportunity to have a tea leaf reading you should treat yourself to the experience!

Personal tea leaf reading sessions are available (same as other consultations), as well as tea leaf reading parties. Tea leaf reading parties are extremely fun and interesting and adds another layer to any afternoon brunch! If you are interested you can even host a class I like to call The Gypsy Tea Party… where I come and teach everyone the basics of tea leaf reading!

For more information contact me at shaheen@shaheenmiroinsights.com

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