Please raise your hand if you've ever been confused by a Lenormand card.
When you read Lenormand, you see 36 cards, each with multiple meanings. It's daunting enough trying to remember what each card means – never mind when the cards have similar meanings.
Well, there's good news: understanding Lenormand communication cards doesn't have to be that daunting. With the right information and tips at your disposal, you could easily read Lenormand spreads – without flipping through multiple books or pulling your hair out in confusion.
I'll walk you through the Lenormand communication cards right in this very article. When we're done, you'll know exactly how to read each card with accuracy and clarity. Ready? Let's dive in.
If you think back to how for centuries people would send messages express by a horse and rider, you'll begin to understand the form of communication the Lenormand Rider card represents. It's news coming quickly.
Whether the news conveyed by the Rider is good or bad, from someone near or a distant country, look to the cards surrounding the Rider. They will tell you more.
Both the Birds and the Letter can appear with the Rider to provide more information about the news. The former telling you the news will be verbal and the latter that it will be written.
You don't really see birds passing messages amongst one other. It's all talk talk talk talk talk – and that's exactly the kind of communication the Birds card represents. It covers all forms of verbal communication from phone calls to interviews, even sales negotiations and public relations announcements.
Also, just as birds flit from here to there exchanging bits and pieces of information with one another, the Lenormand Birds card can represent mindless chit chat and gossip.
Sometimes the communication represented by the Birds card can be stressful and anxious, just like the high strung nature of birds, always on the alert. But if you consider any job interview, public speech, or even the fallout from gossip, the stress and anxiety is temporary.
The Lenormand Letter card is what it appears to be – written communication. It can be an actual letter, something printed in a newspaper, a postcard… It's a physical communication that leaves a paper trail.
Whether it's information or a message, it will be written. Even an office memo or an essay for school can be represented by the Lenormand Letter.
It's highly unlikely that the message will be delivered in person. Expect it to come through the mail or post, or another type of courier.
By itself, the Letter card doesn't tell you much. You need to look at the surrounding cards to understand what the Letter is telling you – whether the communication is good or bad, near or far, delayed or not, and so on.
Last, but certainly not least, you want to practice reading these cards in combination. This way, you will better understand the additional information surrounding cards can give you about the Rider, the Birds and the Letter.
Then, you're ready to do readings and start amazing your friends and family. And you know what the best part is? Next time, the Lenormand communication cards won't seem so daunting. 🙂