What does the cup say? Join us with instructor Jezmina Von Thiele to learn the history and methods of tea leaf + coffee ground reading!
Have you ever been curious to know what a simple cup of herbs or coffee grounds could tell you? To bring their symbols and messages to life, just add water. In this workshop, students will have the opportunity to learn the origins and techniques of tea leaf & coffee ground reading (also known as tasseomancy or tasseography), as well as grow in their divination skills while gaining relevant and essential knowledge regarding history and cultural context. Jezmina is of mixed Sinti Romani heritage, and learned these practices from her grandmother. She has been reading professionally ever since.
Together we will cover:
a ritual for tea leaf and coffee reading
different tea leaves and how to approach them
common symbols found in the cup
practices for developing your intuition
the cultural and historical context for this form of divination, as well as how to respectfully engage with it.
You will be emailed a PDF of notes after the class, so note taking during class is encouraged if you find it helpful, but it’s not necessary.
Tuesday, August 22 at 6pm.
$44 per person.
This class will take place in the Deadwick's Common Room. It begins at 6pm, and runs approximately an hour and a half. Please enter through the front of Deadwick's upon arrival, at 19 Sheafe St. and allow time for parking.
INTRO TO TEA LEAF AND COFFEE READING WITH JEZMINA DEADWICK listed in:
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