Grand tableau 3-6 months

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Grand tableau 3-6 months - blog post by m-c
Grand tableau 3-6 months - blog post by m-c
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Candle light reading 😊

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Candle light reading 😊 - tarot reading by m-c
Deck: Dondorf Lenormand (Images scanned and donated by Petra Gilbert)
Card Notes
Card Notes
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25 - Ring: Keywords: commitment, partnership, contract, agreement, loyalty, union, promise, stability, connection, long-term

Meaning: It represents commitments, partnerships, contracts, and long-term connections. It symbolizes a bond, a promise, or a formal agreement between individuals. The Ring card often suggests the presence of a significant relationship, whether it's a romantic partnership, a business alliance, or a contractual agreement. It can represent loyalty, commitment, and the fulfillment of obligations. The card can also symbolize cycles, continuity, or the completion of a circle. It carries an energy of stability, permanence, and the potential for long-lasting connections.

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23 - Mice: Keywords: loss, worry, anxiety, deterioration, erosion, stress, small setbacks, nibbling away, depletion, problems

Meaning: It represents loss, worry, anxiety, and small but persistent problems. It symbolizes a situation or issue that is causing stress, erosion, or gradual deterioration. The Mice card often suggests the presence of something that is gradually draining energy, resources, or well-being. It can represent worries, anxieties, or the need to address and resolve small but persistent problems. The card can also symbolize a sense of insecurity, loss, or the feeling of something nibbling away at one's stability. It serves as a reminder to take action, address concerns, and proactively manage issues to prevent further deterioration.

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4 - House: Keywords: home, family, stability, comfort, security, roots, domesticity, foundation, property, stability

Meaning: It represents the concept of home, family, stability, and a sense of security. It signifies the physical home and the domestic environment, as well as the broader idea of roots, traditions, and ancestral connections. The House card often suggests a focus on matters related to one's living situation, family dynamics, and the comfort and stability found within the home. It can also indicate a sense of belonging, a place of retreat, or the need for a nurturing and supportive environment.

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28 - Man (aka Gentleman): Keywords: masculinity, male, authority, leadership, father figure, partner, individual, influence, action, identity

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19 - Tower: Keywords: isolation, authority, institution, solitude, confinement, boundaries, structure, detachment, observation, power

Meaning: It represents isolation, solitude, authority, and structure. It symbolizes a sense of detachment, boundaries, or a need for independence. The Tower card often suggests a period of introspection, self-reflection, or a focus on personal boundaries. It can represent a sense of being alone, seeking solitude, or retreating from the outside world. The card can also symbolize authority figures, institutions, or the need for structure and discipline. It can signify a desire for security, a need for organization, or a reflection on one's own personal power and influence.

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30 - Lily: Keywords: isolation, authority, institution, solitude, confinement, boundaries, structure, detachment, observation, power

Meaning: It represents isolation, solitude, authority, and structure. It symbolizes a sense of detachment, boundaries, or a need for independence. The Tower card often suggests a period of introspection, self-reflection, or a focus on personal boundaries. It can represent a sense of being alone, seeking solitude, or retreating from the outside world. The card can also symbolize authority figures, institutions, or the need for structure and discipline. It can signify a desire for security, a need for organization, or a reflection on one's own personal power and influence.

Keywords: wisdom, serenity, maturity, calmness, harmony, peace, longevity, relaxation, spirituality, healing

Meaning: It represents peace, harmony, wisdom, and maturity. It symbolizes a sense of calm, serenity, and inner balance. The Lily card often suggests the presence of wisdom, experience, and a serene presence. It can represent a period of stability, personal growth, or the attainment of a state of inner peace. The card can also symbolize the qualities of patience, grace, and spiritual growth. Additionally, the Lily card can represent aspects related to aging, maturity, or generational wisdom. It carries an energy of tranquility, refinement, and the potential for emotional and spiritual well-being.

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35 - Anchor: Keywords: stability, security, perseverance, reliability, grounding, steadfastness, endurance, stability, trust, staying power

Meaning: It represents stability, security, perseverance, and a solid foundation. It symbolizes a sense of grounding, resilience, and staying rooted amidst challenges. The Anchor card often suggests the presence of a stable situation, a reliable anchor point, or a strong sense of stability. It can represent a secure job, a committed relationship, or a solid foundation in one's life. The card can also symbolize the need for patience, persistence, and long-term planning. It carries an energy of steadfastness, resilience, and the potential for enduring success. Additionally, the Anchor card can represent a sense of purpose, inner strength, and the ability to weather storms with grace.

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11 - Whip (aka Rod, Broom): Keywords: conflict, argument, tension, discipline, challenges, aggression, control, struggle, punishment, assertiveness

Meaning: It represents conflict, tension, arguments, and repetitive patterns. It symbolizes a situation or dynamic characterized by friction, disagreement, or repetitive cycles of behavior. The Whip card often suggests the presence of conflict, power struggles, or challenges that need to be addressed. It can represent internal or external conflicts, verbal disputes, or a need for resolution and healing. The Whip card can also indicate the need for assertiveness or the potential for learning and growth through facing challenges. However, it's important to approach the interpretation of this card with caution, as it can also represent physical or emotional harm in certain contexts.

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22 - Crossroad (aka Path, Road): Keywords: choice, decision, options, opportunities, turning point, transition, direction, uncertainty, dilemma, multiple paths

Meaning: It represents choices, decisions, opportunities, and potential paths. It symbolizes a moment of decision-making or a pivotal juncture in life where different options are available. The Crossroads card often suggests the need to consider different paths, weigh the pros and cons, and make a choice that aligns with one's goals and values. It can represent a period of transition or a significant decision that may have long-lasting consequences. The card can also symbolize the need for flexibility, adaptability, and embracing change. It carries an energy of possibilities and the recognition that one's choices can shape their future.

Candle light reading 😊 - tarot reading by m-c
Candle light reading 😊 - tarot reading by m-c
Spread: Lenormand box spread
Category:

Grand tableau 6 months

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Grand tableau 6 months - tarot reading by m-c
Deck: Dondorf Lenormand (Images scanned and donated by Petra Gilbert)
Card Notes
Card Notes
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30 - Lily

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8 - Coffin: Keywords: endings, closure, transformation, release, loss, grief, stagnation, finality, rebirth, letting go

Meaning: It represents endings, transformation, and closure. It symbolizes a period of significant change or the conclusion of a particular phase or situation. The Coffin card often suggests the need to let go of the old in order to make way for the new. It can represent a time of release, surrender, or the resolution of challenges. The Coffin card can also signify a period of introspection, healing, or a necessary pause before new beginnings can occur. While the card may initially seem negative due to its association with endings, it ultimately represents the potential for growth and renewal.

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28 - Man (aka Gentleman)

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15 - Bear: Keywords: strength, power, protection, authority, leadership, maternal, nurturing, abundance, stability, dominance

Meaning: It represents strength, power, authority, and protection. It symbolizes a dominant and influential figure, such as a parent, a boss, or a person of authority. The Bear card often suggests a need to assert oneself, take charge, or tap into one's inner strength and confidence. It can represent leadership, courage, and a sense of protection and security. The card can also signify abundance, material wealth, and a focus on financial matters. Additionally, the Bear card can represent a mother figure or nurturing energy.

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33 - Key

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31 - Sun

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12 - Birds

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3 - Ship

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23 - Mice

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35 - Anchor

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18 - Dog

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32 - Moon

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26 - Book

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5 - Tree

15

10 - Scythe

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24 - Heart

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11 - Whip (aka Rod, Broom): Keywords: conflict, argument, tension, discipline, challenges, aggression, control, struggle, punishment, assertiveness

Meaning: It represents conflict, tension, arguments, and repetitive patterns. It symbolizes a situation or dynamic characterized by friction, disagreement, or repetitive cycles of behavior. The Whip card often suggests the presence of conflict, power struggles, or challenges that need to be addressed. It can represent internal or external conflicts, verbal disputes, or a need for resolution and healing. The Whip card can also indicate the need for assertiveness or the potential for learning and growth through facing challenges. However, it's important to approach the interpretation of this card with caution, as it can also represent physical or emotional harm in certain contexts.

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1 - Rider (aka Horseman, Cavalier): Keywords: travel, communication, messages, news, swift, movement, arrival, visit, journey

Meaning: It represents news, messages, or a visitor. It can signify the arrival of important information, a new opportunity, or a change on the horizon. The Rider often symbolizes movement, swift progress, or a catalyst for events. Its precise interpretation may vary depending on the surrounding cards and the context of the reading.

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6 - Clouds

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21 - Mountain

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25 - Ring

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13 - Child

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7 - Snake

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17 - Stork

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29 - Woman (aka Lady)

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19 - Tower: Keywords: isolation, authority, institution, solitude, confinement, boundaries, structure, detachment, observation, power

Meaning: It represents isolation, solitude, authority, and structure. It symbolizes a sense of detachment, boundaries, or a need for independence. The Tower card often suggests a period of introspection, self-reflection, or a focus on personal boundaries. It can represent a sense of being alone, seeking solitude, or retreating from the outside world. The card can also symbolize authority figures, institutions, or the need for structure and discipline. It can signify a desire for security, a need for organization, or a reflection on one's own personal power and influence.

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2 - Clover

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14 - Fox

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36 - Cross

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34 - Fish

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4 - House

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22 - Crossroad (aka Path, Road)

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16 - Stars

34

20 - Garden

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9 - Bouquet (aka Flowers)

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27 - Letter

Spread: Grand Tableau spread
Category:

The situation i am in

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The situation i am in - tarot reading by m-c
Deck: Dondorf Lenormand (Images scanned and donated by Petra Gilbert)
Card Notes
Card Notes
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6 - Clouds

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8 - Coffin

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10 - Scythe

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9 - Bouquet (aka Flowers)

Summary:
Very hard times are finally ending, joy is ahead
The situation i am in - tarot reading by m-c
Spread: Free-form spread
Category:
m-c
Joined Oct 2022
Hi and welcome to my tarot journal!

Here you will find my daily tarot + Lenormand readings, and my favorite decks and spreads.

I love tarot and oracles. I use the tarot since 2016 and started to learn Lenormand in 2020.

I love to do tarot readings by moonlight 🌙 with my cats by my side… ✨🔮🐈🃏

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