Tea Time with Tabitha makes tea leaf reading more accessible to the public
(This Friday, I will do a free public tea leaf reading -- For details, click the red banner at the end of this blog.)
The first reading for "Tea Time with Tabitha" may help illustrate my style of reading and provide ideas on how to read tea yourself! It was originally posted on Instagram.
It went as follows:
A prolific man with extensive self-confidence wears a back pack and a hummingbird crosses his head. The dog at his feet bring to mind The Fool.
He faces a specter.
I feel your determination as an entrepreneur has pitted you against some ghosts, but you have the equipment needed to survive the wilds.
A crooked top hat above a formal tie indicate an occasion to dress up!
Play yourself up! And don't be surprised if you are asked to work in a new role or on a new project.
Be confident the hat fits before you commit.
Finally, a hummingbird faces a fairy.
The near future gives you many ideas that leave head and heart humming. Fairy magick looks out for you, offering you luck!
The shape behind the fairy reminds me of a half note rest. Pause for a couple beats. Pick up your music (the Y may stand for recognition of what is YOURS. Be selective and kind to yourself) and resume your playful approach.
The ball with the cartoony rodent is a final step after a couple months. Are you going to Disneyland or something like it? You'll want to schedule a future play date, a reward rich with giggles and joy.
NOTE: I learned that this seeker is going to a hotel with an indoor pool soon, which she interpreted as the future play date.
I'll share thoughts on how to read tarot with more than one deck at a time. Look for this blog on Dec 28.
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Tabitha Dial is a tarot, tea leaf reader, and creative mentor in Lexington, Kentucky. She facilitates the Create your Fate (Tarot and more) Meetup and teaches seminars at the Mystical Paranormal Fair once a month. Her poetry has appeared in articles on SpiralNature.com, in "Arcana: The Tarot Poetry Anthology", and in "Tarot in Culture" Volume Two.