Learn Lenormand Cross Meaning and Keywords:
- Emotional loss
- Guilty conscience
- A place of worship (any religion)
Lenormand Cross Meanings
To understand the Lenormand Cross, it helps to understand the history of the cross symbol.
The history of the cross predates Christianity. Centuries before the birth of Christ, the Cross was used as a religious symbol.
From the 6th century BCE to the 4th century CE, the cross was a symbol of capital punishment in Ancient Rome (crucifixion). The condemned person’s punishment including the burden of having to bear his cross to the place where he would be crucified.
In the 4th century CE, Emperor Constantine converted to Christianity and abolished crucifixion as a cappital punishment. Constantine also began promoting the symbol of a cross as a representation of Christianity. The cross became a popular Christian symbol in roughly 350 CE.
This brief overview of the history of the cross should give you a better understanding into the meaning of the Lenormand Cross.
The Lenormand Cross means pains, burdens, suffering, trials, hardships, challenges, humiliation, and shame. These aren’t just at the physical level. It includes emotional, mental and spiritual levels.
The Lenormand Cross represents all organized religions and their teachings. Please note that the Lenormand Tree card is more likely to represent New Age and shamanic beliefs (consider how ancient Celtic beliefs centered around trees for more insight).
On rare occasions, the Cross can mean destiny, but in a Lenormand reading, it’s generally a negative card.
The Lenormand Cross Meaning in Love: The Cross card indicates disappointment in love. A relationship my be unhappy, painful, or challenged.
The Lenormand Cross Meaning for Career: The Lenormand Cross means a difficult work environment, being overloaded with work, and encountering a lot of problems and obstacles. The Cross can represent problems finding a job.
In terms of a job, it usually represents working with a religious organization – anything from administrative support to a nun, rabbi, priest, etc.
The Lenormand Cross Meaning in Health: The Lenormand Cross card represents the lower back and exhausting illnesses.
Using the Cross for Timing: I don’t like to use the Lenormand Cross for timing because it usually represents events that have been occurring for a while. Sometimes they still have a while to go before they play out. However, most often I have found that they tend to culminate/peak within a month.
Card Combinations: Lenormand Cross Combinations
Some questions to ask yourself based on the Lenormand Cross meaning:
- How can you find more balance in your life?
- How can you not be a victim of circumstances?
- How can you make things easier for yourself?
- What can you do that would make you happier, even just a little bit?
- Remember to ask for help if you need it. You are not alone.