HOW TO READ LENORMAND CARDS HOW TO READ LENORMAND CARDS
HOW TO READ THE CARD OF STORK
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Lenormand Card Reading.

How to interpret Lenormand Card in 4-position reading.

Short introduction to Lenormand Card Reading.


How do You Read LeNormand Card?



General meaning of the Stork card:


Traditionally the Stork is associated with the arrival of newborn babies. It goes back to ancient times, and its origin can be traced back to Sanskrit. In Sanskrit, the Stork is called the Ba (Soul), better known from Egyptian mythology. The bird was associated with Ba (the same word as Sanskrit) or personality, the unique individual character of each human being. The Ba or soul was usually represented by a stork, with a human head. The Egyptians believed that the soul left the body during sleep but unerringly migrated home each night. However, the bird is a representation of the soul entering the fetus at 49 days to reincarnate, hence the association of babies with the stork. When the Soul enters the embryo it is called Ruh, meaning growth, relating to Earth, hence the card on the second level, the Queen of Hearts, referring to spiritual growth.

POSITION 1: This card indicates that you have the ability to negotiate a happy medium when faced with...

POSITION 2: The card provides an environment in which most will thrive and a haven where the injured may heal and re-energise and that all will be well. The card signifies success and contentmen...

POSITION 3: An addition to the family. If a young couple gets this picture, then it signifies a pregnancy or arrival of a newborn baby. However, the picture also comes up for people...

POSITION 4: Vulnerability, stress, conflict, resulting from detachment from your self, the spirit, guide, the feeling of loneliness. It also signifying excess, impatience, conflic...

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This ebook also includes the Lenormand second layer on the card, and how it affects the card's meaning. For example on the second layer of the House card, the King of Hearts speaks of mastery over the realms of emotions, creativity and the unconscious, which is the main meaning of the card of a house, to learn how to create balance and unity within yourself.

The Lenormand Cards read according to its position within the spread. The Book explains each card in four positions, depends if the card is close to a negative card or two negative cards. When the card is close to the Inquirer's card, it will also affect the card's meaning and from positive it can become a negative card.

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This Lenormand ebook is 104 pages, and 9.40 MB, in Pdf eBook format. Please note, the page numbers and the download size is subject to change, as we continue updating the book.

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Snake:
Meaning: The Snake usually representing falseness, here however it is more then that, it is treason, the most painful card you can receive. On the second level the Queen of Clubs is showing loyalty, fidelity, the snake changes her nature to lust.
Reverse Meaning: A verbal sting by a malicious person.

Rod:
Meaning: The Rod at first sight brings to mind the card of Anger, confirmed by the Jack of Clubs, showing one's life journey which controlled by conflicts.
Reverse Meaning: Control, instead of emotions being the driving force of your life.

Birds:
Meaning: Joy, merriment, happiness, celebration, good times. The picture in this position refers to present circumstances or one of short duration.
Reverse Meaning: Misfortune and failure, but with the birds the cards becomes a reminder not to give up. It is our own fear, that tricks us and leaves us to believe we are incapable.

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