Tea Leaf and Card Readings

Readings with Amy

Amy offers two types of readings; traditional Teacup Readings or Lenormand Tea Cards.

Tasseomancy, Teacup or Tea Leaf Readings:
these are all the same type of reading. It involves you drinking a cup of loose leaf tea and after I have tossed the wet remnants into the saucer I begin the reading process. Tea leaf reading uses symbolism, energy and intuition. Amy applies what your energy feels like to the symbols and patterns that show up in the cup. These readings can be very helpful and are also a great way to see if you are on track, or perhaps need to change tact. Tasseomancy is very accurate and insightful, however because the symbols in the cup remains static, it is not as flexible as the cards and sometimes when questions are asked, there is not an answer in the cup. These readings are what you need to focus on for the time being. Readings give info over about a year, give or take and depending on what shows up in the cup. And not to mention, a lot of fun!

Lenormand Tea Cards:
It is much the same, and as accurate as having a Teacup Reading, but with out drinking tea. The cards have a strong connection to the art of Tasseomancy (tea reading) as they were first associated with coffee grind readings. What Amy finds fantastic about the cards, is that they allow for more flexibility and for questions to asked and answered. When the teacup and tea is used, it is much more static and there isn’t as much flexibility for questions to be asked. The way that Amy uses them, the cards have 4 layers to them: colours, playing cards, numbers and the symbols. Having these four layers allows for more information to work with, and visually they are very clear to see for the person having the reading. These readings give info over about a year give or take.

What You Can Expect From You Consultation:

When you sit down to a reading with Amy, keep in mind that you are getting a touch point of where you have been, where you are currently and where you could be going in the future. Sometimes a reading will focus mainly on one thing, but Amy never really knows until she turns over the cup or the cards. The leaf readings traditionally were never meant to give you information very far into the future, they would have been done first thing in the morning to see what your day would hold. Lenormand tea cards also are very much a direct message to the point of what needs to be focussed on and more relevant to the immediate events and the not far off future. So readings with me are not long term readings giving information over several years like other forms of divination, they will generally be able to give you information for the next 6 – 16 months maybe shorter depending on what is going on in your life.

As Amy is an intuitive tea reader, she’s able to give you a lot of information to work with. Your role in the reading process is to be as open and honest as possible so you can gain the best information from your consultation. It is important to look into ones past to see what the future holds as it is all connected. An important thing to keep in mind is that readings are not about what you want to hear, they are what you need to hear. Sometimes the things that come through the reading are hard to hear and will be challenging for you. This is because the information that comes forth, usually is an opportunity for clarity, healing and for re-focusing your energy towards a happier and more progressive time in your life. At other times a reading will be a reaffirmation of your direction and to give you confirmation that you are on the right path.

As well, if there is a message from a loved one who has crossed the veil, Amy can be a messenger for them. She is not a medium and doesn’t identify as one, so is not able to call them forward, however if they come through, then the message can be delivered. She is only a conduit for them to pass on a message should they need to.

How often can you get read? Well, that depends on a few factors but as a general rule of thumb, Amy tells her clients that its best to wait at the very least 3 months, but mostly 6 months to a year between readings would be best.

“All I ask is, if you are going to come to me and have a reading, is that you have an open mind and to not be afraid of what is to be seen. After all, you are joining me for a lovely cup of tea and conversation, and there is nothing at all scary about that.” ~ Amy Taylor