Your tea leaf readers await you at the Intercontinental Hotel.
We had a meeting of tea leaf readers today at the Intercontinental Hotel in Double Bay. We start reading there on Saturday the 30th June and Sunday 1st July. Ring the hotel to book a reading. 02-8388 8388. It’s so exciting. I look forward to see...
Something beautiful from Tea Leaf Reader and friend, Debbie.
Here is the phone number and some pics of the Intercontinental Hotel where we shall be doing our tea leaf readings, weekends from July. 🙏🍵🙏
Come to have your tea leaves read in a wonderful Tea Leaf Reading Throne, at the Intercontinental Hotel, 33 Cross Street, Double Bay, Sydney. We start in early July, but you need to book early, as we shall be very busy. Weekends only. 🙏❤️
This is a very good shape for getting those tea leaf pictures into your cup. Of course you need a saucer too, to read the tea leaves. Check out my tutorial on my YouTube channel, Tea-Wise. Or you could find it under videos on this page
It’s good to know this Australian tea garden has been recognised. I’ve seen it and it’s a beautiful spot.
I found this post on my wall today. The info about the animals could be very helpful in interpreting pictures that come into the tea leaves. Thanks. https://www.facebook.com/iloveinspiration/posts/1718760881510779
I just had a lovely message from a French writer who was inspired by my Tarot book many years ago. They now have published their own Oracle in France. Some mornings you really need such a nice bit of news.
Introduce Suzi, our lovely reader profile: Having had her natural ability developed by Lindel, Suzi approaches her readings in a very special way. She brings a sensitivity to the cup which is insightful and spiritual. She has a deep knowledge an...
Anyone for tea?
It would be wonderful to read the tea leaf pictures against butterflies.
Something beautiful to eat with tea.
I’m very excited to let you all know that Tea-Wise is starting Tea Leaf Reading at The Intercontinental Hotel in Double Bay in July. We will work weekends and you can add tea leaf reading to your High Tea, your birthday parties, hens parties and...
I have some very exciting news.... will post a little later.
These were the tea cosies that inspired me to start to crochet mine.
Can you see this horse racing into the cup. It has a bright golden head. I think that’s me, leading it into the cup. I do have exciting news regarding new work, represented by the horse. The golden head is very positive and full of ideas. I will...
An interesting piece on Coffee Houses.
Tea and cats... two of my favourites.
Trifle was a very special treat when I was a child. It goes very well with tea.
I’m with this 100%
An old article I wrote for Wellbeing magazine.
Sometimes you see the leaf pictures reaching across the cup. Can you see this happening here? What makes get it mean?
C’mon Australia. We can do this.
A very informative, illustrated article about tea wares. Well worth a read.
It was wonderful to introduce some new people to the gentle art of tea leaf reading at the Metcentre over the past two weeks. Thanks especially to Kerry Anne and Verena and the organiser Belinda and Café owner Marissa. Sadly it is over for now.
This is the way I was taught - jam first and cream on top.
A nice little article about tea leaf reading. I have two of these cups.
Often I see tea leaves clump into three or four pictures. This cup was enlivened by the perfect pink heart that was nearly opposite the handle. It shows that love is coming out into the clear. I saw two figures confronting each other, showing a me...
I wonder if you can see this ship with pink sails? I feel it is ship of love, sailing to a new and different place. The rose petals form the sails and roses are for love. The captain can be seen with his hat on the left of the picture. Symbols lik...
Come in to the Metcentre for a free tea leaf reading. Near the Wynyard entrance on the right hand side at Le Petite Café. Pop in and book a spot between now and Friday.
It was lovely to be at The Langham, Sydney yesterday. I can’t believe I was there reading tea leaves for seven years with my Tea-Wise readers. The afternoon tea was very good, and the ambiance gentle, the staff, as ever, were pleasant and atten...
This was such a special picture in the Centre of this cup. I saw a lady from another time blessing a running figure. I felt this showed blessings on actions in the coming year. I felt the figure represented both people and events. I suggested to m...
Kerry Anne’s table is set up and ready at the Metcentre in Sydney city. Very close to Wynyard station. It’s free tea leaf reading for you. Pop in and grab a time slot and enjoy the Centre.
Come along to the Metcentre on the corner of George and Margaret Streets to have a free tea leaf reading. Kerry Anne will be there all week from 11-2.30. Next week I’ll be there too and so will Verena. We are at the La Petite Cafe. Pop in and pu...
So cute. I must get out my buttons.
Any one for tiny tea time?
Good tea advice.
What a beautiful cake. Happy Easter tea people. 🐰🐰🐰
The Queen takes her tea just as I would have imagined! I don’t like raised pinkie fingers...so I’m glad I’d be ok at the Palace. I also eat my scones correctly. Very satisfied. Thanks Mum for teaching me.
I was just preparing a tea gift of a Lovely Oolong when I saw the 7 in the lid. These flattened, rolled leaves make a lovely drop of tea and are glorious for reading. You need to be very careful how you tip the final moisture out, as they can fall...
Sometimes a number appears in a cup. Can you see the very distinct number 14? I suggested this number was very important to the person I was reading for that day. A number can suggest days, weeks or months in time, or could be the number of a hous...
This looks like the little flower Forget-me-Not. This is a lovely shaped cup for tea leaf reading. Always check for ridges by running your finger around the inside of the cup.
I love a good Assam tea. It has excellent leaves for reading. It’s strong and malty and is best drunk with milk. Yum.
This reminds me of one of my dear tea leaf readers, Suzi van Middelkoop. She ran a lovely tea hideaway called Tea by the Tea by the Sea for several years.
Oh yes, wonderful.
I have one of these beautiful tea cups.
I love those pink and black cups. They look perfect for reading tea leaves.
If you are in Hobart and feel like a country drive, try Hawthorn Lodge at Bushy Park for a very nice high tea.
Talking Tea with tea leaf readers Debbie and Suzi. It was a pleasure to meet up with Debbie Hales and Suzi, from Tea by the Sea, yesterday. I asked them about their experiences with tea and tea leaf reading. Please excuse my camera technique!
What a glorious tea caddy. China and India tea were kept in different tins and people were served whichever tea they preferred. This was as special as being offered the best of champagne.
This is set during the growth of the first global company... the Dutch East India Tea company.
This is an excellent article on true white tea. I adore both Silver Needles and Pai Mu Tan. I love the rich liquor and aroma. This tea can be refreshed with more hot water. It keeps giving. The Pai Mu Tan is excellent for reading, but you need a b...
This is the cup I used for the New Year Reading. If you look from the handle upwards, you can see a couple hugging at the handle, then above and centrally a man is bending forward and kissing someone. To the left of that couple is another couple s...
A nice idea for afternoon tea.
I’ve shared this before, but it’s fun!
I’m building up to another video. I thought I’d recap how to turn the cup and see the pictures. Do you have any questions you’d like me to address? I probably won’t do it until tomorrow.
What do you see first? Animals or people? I saw animals. It doesn’t matter, it is all good practice for seeing pictures in tea leaves.
Today I drank some very nice tea with rose petals with friends. I think I see a very proud hen in a new hat.
Lovely tea interview.
Wishing you all a beautTEAful Christmas.
I’ve shown you all you need to know about making the tea. Now it’s time to read the cup.