Interpreting Lenormand: Dial It Up Or Down?

3 thoughts on “Interpreting Lenormand: Dial It Up Or Down?”

  1. This is actually quite interesting to read about the woman’s literal meaning of the ring being a car tyre. I’ve had something similar to this in that before setting out for a road trip I pulled some lenormand cards. I think it was a 3 card spread and the middle card was the snake. I was wondering what on earth that could be, and hoping I would not see a snake.

    When we arrived at our destination there was a trail and so we decided to walk the trail which was very sandy and went through dense bush, winding around a steep cliff and back to a lighthouse. While walking on the trail I tripped – over a long curly tree root that was hidden beneath the sand on the trail, stretching across the path. I landed flat on my face and badly injured my knee so that I had to hobble the rest of the way back to the car. Because of my now swelling knee, my husband decided to drive all the way home (some 200 kilometres!!) as I couldn’t walk around to sight see as planned.

    Now whenever I see the snake I think of that day, what a way to learn Lenormand! 🙂

    1. Fabrício César da Cruz e Franco

      These real life stories enrich my Lenormand practice. They broaden my perception, amplify my perspective of the messages from the cards. Thank you.

  2. Fabrício Franco

    These real life stories enrich my Lenormand practice. They broaden my perception, amplify my perspective of the messages from the cards. Thank you.

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