Tea is steeped in superstition and reading fortunes with it hearkens back to days of the old divinatory art forms of the Shamans; interpreting symbols, patterns and formations made by random objects. Tasseomancy is the Art and Practice of divination by the interpretation of symbolic patterns made by tea leaves in a teacup.
With over 30 years experience as a tea leaf reader, and over 20 years teaching Tasseomancy, Amy will share with you all her knowledge and the method she started with when she began using the Art. In this course we will take you into the more finite details of tea leaf reading.
Throughout the course Amy will be discussing how this form of divination came to be the Art it is today. She also will be be covering the history of tea reading and tea as well as discussing what teas are best for cup reading. She will help you discover the nuances of teapots, teacups & saucers, and their significance in the Tasseomancers process.
You will also learn how to brew a proper cup of tea for a reading, the compass of the cup, how to toss your cup to obtain an effective leaf spread in the cup. We will learn about symbolism attached to the Art and look at your intuition’s interpretations.
By the end of this weekend course you will be equipped with all the tools you will need to continue your practice, and to be able to grow your skills to be an effective and adept Tasseomancer.
Included in this course:
10 hours of hands on training
A full set of course notes,
A 50g bag of tea to practice with
A perfect cup spoon for measuring your tea for doing a reading
A private online tour of Amy’s Museum of Tasseomancy currently on display at the Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick in Cleveland Ohio until the end of May 2024
And a few other treats
Day 1 – 11AM to 5PM
Day 2 – 12PM to 4PM
Space is limited to 8 people. Cost: $325 per person cash or etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call or Text The Mystic Tree at 905-630-6042 to reserve a spot and to arrange payment.
About your instructor:
Amy is the owner of TAoTaT’s Mystic Tea & Brooms (est. 2009) and The Museum of Tasseomancy. She is also a Certified Tea Sommelier, Tea Leaf and Card Reader, horticulturist, organic gardener, community herbalist, Hedgewitch, Gardnerian HPS (Retired)and an artist. She facilities many programs about Tea and Brooms, some of which she has been teaching for over 20 years. Amy has been quoted for many blogs, magazines and vlogs over the years as an authority on tea leaf reading and is in the process of writing a couple books on the Art and the Mystic side of Tea. Visit her website for more information: www.taotat.ca