Coffee Readings are psychic readings done by using a cup of coffee as though it's a crystal ball. Nawal Gani, who is a coffee cup reader, has been practicing the art for the last 14 years.
Besides coffee what more did you think your coffee cup could hold? It could hold your future, it can also reveal a lot about you. Nawal Gani, who is a coffee cup reader, has been practicing the art of coffee cup reading for the last 14 years.
Coffee cup reading has its origins in China where ancient monks predicted the future by reading patterns left by tea leaves in bell-shaped cups, a process known as tasseography.Later, Arabs took up the practice but used coffee as a medium. People come from all over to drink Gani's concoction, decoction, rather. "From then prime ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, to Actor Sushmita Sen. "I can't remember, once I do a reading I can never remember anything about the person or what I have said," Says Gani.
Coffee Readings are psychic readings done by using a cup of coffee as though it's a crystal ball. Ground Turkish coffee is mostly used when cup readings are done. The residue is left at the bottom of the cup after the coffee is drunk, when the cup is then covered with a saucer, shaken, and turned over (up side down) into the saucer, and left to dry. The patterns formed on the inside of the cup trigger psychic insight; and are interpreted according to what they mean to the seer. Once you allow the information to flow intuitively, and with little training you can soon be well on your way to reading your own cup.
Did you hear about the guy who put little G.I. Joe soldiers at the bottom of his coffee cup. He had heard that the best part of waking up is soldiers in your cup!
If you have a picture of your favorite coffee mug on your favorite coffee mug, you may be drinking too much coffee.
If you sleep with your eyes open, watch videos in fast-forward, and lick your coffeepot clean, you may be drinking too much coffee.
Wife: "Ouch, I spilled some coffee on my hand. It's very hot!"
Husband: "Oh no, that was gourmet coffee you spilled!"
If you're favorite part of getting inebriated is sobering up with a cup of coffee, you may be drinking too much coffee.
Did you hear about the woman who insisted it was a man's job to make the coffee in the morning. She showed him the bible where it said Hebrews!
If the local coffee shop has awarded you "Employee of the Month" and you don't even work there, you may be drinking too much coffee.
If other people get dizzy when they look at you, and Starbucks holds the deed on your house, you may be drinking too much coffee.
If you can thread a sewing machine while it is running and your first aid kit includes coffee for an I.V. drip, then you may be drinking too much coffee.
"Hey barista, how much for a cup of coffee?" says a customer. "Two dollars," replies the barista, "and refills are free." "Great. Then I'll have a refill," answers the customer.
If you answer the door before someone knocks on it, you may be drinking too much coffee.
"Do you exercise,?" the doctor asked the patient. "Sometimes I shake when I drink too much coffee," the patient answered.
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