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The Ancient Art of Tasseomancy
September 8 at 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT$25 – $35
The Ancient Art of Tasseomancy:
Divination Using Tea Leaves
With Karen J. Ward
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Chapel Lower Level
Pre-register on or before Sept 1st $25; After Sept 1st $35
Discover, Explore, and Experience the Art of Reading Tea Leaves!
Enjoy delicious tea and scones as you travel across Europe and Asia to learn the roots and history of tasseomancy, the art of divination using tea leaves. Learn how to select and prepare tea and what type of cups and saucers to use for readings.
Experience the transfer of your energy into the tea leaves in your cup, enhancing your natural intuitive gifts. Discover symbols and created by the various teas along with the meaning of the commonly seen symbols.
Explore past, present and future and enhance your natural intuitive gifts within each cup of tea. Every participant will complete two practice readings, both giving and receiving. Handouts will be given with step-by-step directions and symbol definitions to continue practicing at home.
Karen Ward has worked as a Medium and Teacher for almost two decades. She thoroughly enjoys anything and everything to do with tea presentation from hosting tea parties in her home to chairing High Tea and Mother-Daughter Teas in the historic Frank Lloyd Wright prairie home, and the Bradley house in Kanakee, IL. She especially likes reading tea leaves. Karen’s enthusiasm for all things tea began with a connection she made at Rev. Rena Caddell’s while attending a tea leaf reading at her home in Camp Chesterfield. After researching and studying independently, her desire to read tea leaves became the capstone for her Psychic Development course for her students. She has presented Tea Leaf Reading and Development workshops in Illinois for the past ten years.
REGISTER ONLINE BELOW OR DOWNLOAD PAPER REGISTRATION FORM HERE
NOTE: Online registration ends at 11 pm, Thursday night before each workshop. After which, you can download paper registration form and/or register at the door.