Learn Lenormand Bear Card Meanings and Keywords:
- A boss
- A mother figure
- Personal finances
- Sports coach
- Physical trainer
Lenormand Bear Meanings
The Lenormand Bear card represents power. It may be physical power, such as someone who is physically large, or it could come from a profession, such as a judge or supervisor.
Even though the Bear can represent a mother figure, this isn’t a card of loving kindness. Think more along the lines of a mother bear protecting her cubs. The Bear is a fighter who will aggressively go after what it wants. That’s why it can also represent someone who is overbearing or a bully.
The Bear card also means personal finances. Whereas the Fox and Anchor are about a day-to-day job and the Fish involve total wealth and the status it can bring, the Bear takes a personal nature and looks at your income, investments, and overall cash flow.
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I have had the Lenormand Bear represent raccoons in a spread.
The Lenormand Bear Meaning in Love: When describing your partner, the Bear may indicate your partner displays typical alpha qualities – he or she likes to take charge in life, and possibly in your relationship.
When describing your relationship, the Lenormand Bear card often represents an imbalance, such as a power struggle or aggression.
The Lenormand Bear Meaning for Career: You have the strength and fortitude to overcome any obstacles that stand in your way.
The Lenormand Bear Meaning in Health: The Bear card may indicate a need for anger management. It may also point to digestive issues or a need for changes to your diet.
Using the Bear for Timing: The Bear isn’t a fast acting card, like the Mice or the Rider. However, it doesn’t cause the delays of the Lily or Mountain. The Bear can refer to Spring or Summer, when food is plentiful.
Depending on surrounding cards, the Bear may also represent 15 days, 15 weeks, or 15 months.
Card Combinations: Lenormand Bear Combinations
Some key things to consider from the Lenormand Bear card meaning:
- Where are you being too controlling or overbearing?
- What new investments or financial planning do you need to consider?
- Consider getting more physical activity.
- How can you best use your strengths to achieve your goals?
- Who can help you reach your goals?