Learn Lenormand Ship Meaning and Keywords:
- Moving vehicles
- Near the sea
- Putting your eggs in one basket
- Wealth acquired through inheritance or commerce
Lenormand Ship Meanings
The Ship is about journeys – long or short. It represents the resources you put into a venture and your hopes that you’ll profit therefrom.
Traditionally, ships were the primary means of transportation for long-distance travel and for trade. When the Lenormand Ship card appears, it often signifies that the querent is going on a distant trip, possibly to a different state or country.
If you are asking about a business or investment, this card can indicate such matters. Based on the concept of “one’s ship coming in,” the Lenormand Ship card typically represents business matters where the querent has invested everything.
Related post: Guide to Lenormand Money Cards
Airplanes, cars, and (naturally) ships can be represented by this card.
The Lenormand Ship Meaning in Love: The Ship card usually represents long-distance relationships or relationships with someone from another country, or at least another zip code. It can indicate both waiting for a love to appear, and for letting go of an old love.
The Lenormand Ship Meaning for Career: In work or career readings, the Ship often points to good news. If you’ve been waiting for news about a job or other career matter, you should receive it soon.
The Lenormand Ship Meaning in Health: In health readings, the Ship often means alternative medicine. It may also indicate traveling to see a specialist, traveling to a distant clinic, or possibly traveling to another country to try a healing method offered elsewhere.
Using the Ship for Timing: The Ship’s meaning for timing is connected to the number 3. On its own, it can indicate 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months, or the month of March. With the Lily, Anchor or Mountain, it can mean 3 years.
Card Combinations: Lenormand Ship Combinations
Some questions asked by the Lenormand Ship meaning:
- Are you charting the best possible course?
- What plans have you set in motion that you are waiting to see how they turn out?
- Are you holding onto something or someone that you need to let go?
- Is your passport still valid?