I had my tea leaves read today for a story I was doing for work.
It was really interesting. There is something about the ritual of tea which is all encompassing (plus I got amazing scones)… and the place we went did a fantastic brew of Earl Grey.
Even though I’m a super skeptic, I found the tea reading really fascinating. The lady was so lovely and some of the stuff she said was really spot on. She knew nothing about me except that I was a journalist, but from the leaves alone she straight away picked I was a taurus (she pointed out the image of a smiling bull in the cup), academic, that I was thinking about doing a masters degree within the next two years and that I should, because it would take me more in depth in my career. It also looked like I would be travelling in 6 months, which is exactly when I plan to go.
Apparently, my work is going to lead me to my love, a saggitarius apparently. The tea leaves couldn’t tell me if he was hot, emotionally developed or financially stable, so here’s hoping.
Even though I know some of this could come from assumption (for example, travel is probably a big ambition of most younguns) when she showed me the pictures in the cup I could see what she was pointing out.
It kind of freaked me out actually. Because I hate things I can’t explain.
But it made me wonder whether having a reading of any kind automatically predisposes you to following the path outlined. I all of a sudden had an urge to Google masters in international studies again… maybe hearing the predictions acts as a kind of motivator to pursue things that you were putting off and hence the predictions turn out to be right.
Rather than being a prediction, perhaps they are a motivator? Or a nudge down a certain path?
I’m still skeptical though. Until Mr Saggitarius shows up anyway.