You can use Lenormand cards to determine timing.
The simplest way to use Lenormand for timing is to gear the question for your spread towards timing. For example, “When will I move to a new house?”
I find timing actually works best with smaller Lenormand spreads, particularly 5 card Lenormand spreads.
I have a friend who uses only 1 card spreads for timing. However, I find this to be imprecise as not all cards are timing cards, and some cards have unrelated timing meanings, such as the Clover which can represent 2 days/weeks/months or the month of February.
I personally don’t think one card is sufficient to correctly determine which meaning applies for timing. Thus, my use of 5 card Lenormand spreads for timing.
I’ve developed a method for using a Lenormand 5 card spread for timing that is almost always accurate. It uses Lenormand timing cards with a twist. You can find my method here: Guide to Lenormand Timing Spreads.
For now, here are the timing meanings for each Lenormand card.
Timing for Lenormand Card Spreads
|1. Rider||1 day, week or month; January; soon|
|2. Clover||2 days, weeks or months; February; suddenly; unexpectedly|
|3. Ship||3 days, weeks or months; March|
|4. House||4 days, weeks or months; April|
|5. Tree||5 days, weeks or months; May; Spring|
|6. Clouds||6 days, weeks or months; June|
|7. Snake||7 days, weeks or months; July|
|8. Coffin||8 days, weeks or months; August|
|9. Bouquet||9 days, weeks or months; September; Spring|
|10. Scythe||10 days, weeks or months; October|
|11. Whip||11 days, weeks or months; November|
|12. Birds||12 days, weeks or months; December|
|13. Child||13 days, weeks or months; fairly soon|
|14. Fox||14 days, weeks or months; during winter|
|15. Bear||15 days, weeks or months; Spring or Summer|
|16. Star||at night|
|17. Stork||17 days or weeks, Spring, change of seasons|
|18. Dog||18 days or weeks; 18th of the month|
|19. Tower||19 days or weeks; 19th of the month|
|20. Garden||20 days or weeks; 20th of the month|
|21. Mountain||a delay – weeks or months, occasionally years; Winter|
|22. Crossroad||2 days, weeks or months; 22nd of the month|
|23. Mice||hours or a couple of days|
|24. Heart||Spring, 24th of the month|
|25. Ring||ongoing/cyclical, 25th of the month|
|26. Book||timing is unknowable|
|27. Letter||not a significant timing card traditionally|
|28. Man||not a significant timing card traditionally|
|29. Woman||not a significant timing card traditionally|
|30. Lily||delays (usually months); Winter|
|31. Sun||Summer, daytime|
|32. Moon||hours, days or weeks, but always within a month|
|34. Fish||not used much for timing traditionally, can point to February/March (Pisces)|
|35. Anchor||a long time – from a year to a lifetime|
|36. Cross||usually represents events that have been occurring for a while and still need some time to play out (often within a month)|