In Lenormand, it’s normal to classify cards as positive, negative and neutral.
This classification helps to quickly answer yes/no spreads and to give an overall idea of the answer to an open question spread.
However, despite this classification, it’s still only a general grouping, not an absolute. Lenormand positive, negative and neutral cards can all change depending on surrounding cards.
For example, if a negative card, such as the Coffin, is surrounded by positive cards, the meaning might change from an ending to a transformation. The same goes for a positive card surrounded by many negative cards.
Always keep in mind the question and surrounding cards in your Lenormand readings.
Lenormand Positive, Negative and Neutral Cards Defined
Positive cards – a card that is generally viewed as having positive characteristics. It is usually viewed as having a positive impact on the cards next to it or as lessening the effects of negative cards. In yes/no spreads, positive cards are viewed as a “yes”.
Negative cards – a card that is generally considered to have negative characteristics. It is usually viewed as having a negative impact on the cards next to it. In yes/no spreads, negatives cards are viewed as a “no”.
Neutral cards – a card that is generally viewed as having neither strong positive nor strong negative characteristics. It is heavily impacted by surrounding positive/negative cards.
List of Positive, Negative and Neutral Lenormand Cards
Below is a generalized list classifying Lenormand cards into positive, negative and neutral groups.
Click on each card name to learn more about that card.