To give you an overview of coffee reading symbols’ meanings, here’s a short list.
House – can mean an actual house, or the client’s inner soul space. It may mean moving to a new apartment or a house, or an important change in one’s soul.
Bridge – can mean arriving at a whole new place, or a connection between events, people or groups. It can also mean, events finally making sense.
Mountains – effort, obstacles on the path, a difficult goal, or can also depict where one physically lives.
People – actual people in the client’s life. The reader can describe the person seen in the coffee cup or saucer as tall, short, thin, overweight, type of hair, glasses etc., to help the client understand who the person involved is.
Animals – animals stand for human qualities that the client needs, or has too much of. They may also symbolize other people in the client’s life.
Plane, ship, car, or other vehicles – journey, movement, vacation, immigration, a guest from a faraway place, or an inner life-changing transformation.
A bird – news. The size of the bird determines the importance of the incoming news. If the bird is located at the center of the coffee cup or the saucer, it symbolizes life-changing news. If it’s at the periphery, then it’s small news.
Pen or a pencil – a new chapter in life being written, the chance to write one’s fate a new. It can also symbolize a profession that has to do with the art of writing.
Eye – because coffee readings are of Middle Eastern origin, an eye in these readings symbolizes the “evil eye,” bad energies or spells, black magic, or bad people who wouldn’t shy away from hurting the client.
Coffee Readings and What the Symbols Mean - Kasamba