Coffee Readings

Coffee beans and cup of Turkish coffee poster Istanbul was introduced to coffee in 1517 by Özdemir Pasha, the Ottoman governor of Yemen, who had grown to love the drink while stationed in that country.

Prepared in a cezve or "gügüm" (copper vessel) using the technique invented by the Turks, the drink became known as Turkish coffee.

How does it work?

The symbols in the coffee cup are believed to reflect different levels of consciousness.

They give us information about one's past, present, and future.

No wonder the reading is also considered as one's communication with her own soul.

Things stored at the unconscious level, such as pain from past traumas, fears and emotions, may appear in the form of various symbols during the reading.

The key role of the reader in such cases is to be able to provide proper counselling.

The real essence of coffee grounds reading is to help people release fear, pain, confusion and anxiety.

By looking at the story revealed in the coffee cup, Noor tries to present a perspective which may enable one to see the 'reality' under a new light devoid of psychological and cultural restraints.

Contact us for private or group readings.