Learn Lenormand Fish Meaning and Keywords:
- Spending and receiving money
- Actual fish
- Water: oceans, seas, lakes, rivers
- A man with dark hair
Lenormand Fish Meanings
The Lenormand Fish card is a symbol of abundance, spirituality, wealth, independence, business, and entrepreneurs.
It's a positive card representing the free-flowing, adaptable nature of a school of fish.
While the Lenormand Bear can represent your personal finances (e.g., investments, accounts payable/receivable), the Fish represent the bigger scope of your overall wealth and fortune.
The Lenormand Fish also represent things you might do independently, such as consulting, starting a business and other entrepreneurial activities.
Whereas the Lenormand Tower represents large corporations and the government, the Fish speak more about smaller businesses and ventures.
Related post: Guide to Lenormand Money Cards
The Lenormand Fish Meaning in Love: The Fish card indicates a relationship that is flowing freely. Things are going well with no big issues. It can also show a deep spiritual (soul) connection between two people.
The Lenormand Fish Meaning for Career: The Lenormand Fish refers to having freedom in your work. You might be given free rein over a project, or your boss might have a real hands-off attitude.
In terms of a job, it can represent an entrepreneur, a consultant, someone who is self-employed, someone involved in import/export, or someone who works in the fishing industry.
The Lenormand Fish Meaning in Health: The Lenormand Fish card corresponds to the kidneys and bladder. It can indicate a need to drink more water.
Using the Fish for Timing: The Fish isn't used much for timing traditionally. It can point to February/March (Pisces), but not much more than that. Other Lenormand cards can give you a better timing interpretation.
Card Combinations: Lenormand Fish Combinations
Some questions to ask yourself based on the Lenormand Fish meaning:
- When was the last time you connected with water?
- Do you need more fish oil in your diet?
- How can you be more easy going?
- What can you do to be more independent?