The Lenormand Tree card represents one’s well-being as in health. It can also be your state of mind. Today’s post will not be about predictions on specific health issues that is to be left to professionally trained medical people. We can inform the client what the cards say in the broadest sense. It all depends on your relationship with the client. It is up to the reader to set boundaries on this topic.
The two card combinations in a line can be influenced to a degree by the card(s) following the duo. I’ve given a few examples of trios.
+ fish: Financial situations are well-rooted or have a good foundation. Followed by Lily: peace of mind over finances. Or followed by Mouse: It’s not as bad as initially thought to be.
+ Clouds: Lack of clarity around the person’s state of mind. Followed by Star: Clarity returns. Or followed by Cross: Anguished thoughts
+ Stork: Changes can bring back stability in health related situations. Followed by Mountain: an issue returns. Or followed by Sun: happiness with results
+ path: A pending decision connected to health situation. Followed by Coffin: Leads to futile outcome. Or followed by Child: renewed hope
+ Snake: Someone working in medical field. Followed by Letter: News from a doctor. Or followed by Fox: Get a second opinion
+ Scythe: Sudden pain. Followed by Clover: Short-term situation. Or followed by Birds: Anxiety over physical condition
+ Whip: Discussion over certain findings. Followed by Tower: Check up a medical facility. Or followed by Bouquet: All ends well
+ Dog: Concern over a friend. Followed by Sun: Unfounded worries. Or followed by Scythe: Sudden change in condition of friend.
- + Bear: robust health. Followed by Key: No issue that cannot be solved. Or followed by Mouse: Feeling very tired
+ Anchor: solid well-being. Followed by Letter: No changes in condition. Or followed by Stork: Minor issues returns
+ Coffin: Changes needs by seeking additional information. Followed by House: Family member assists you. Or followed by Path: A significant choice in the offing
+ Cross: Feeling under the weather due to a recent incident. Followed by Mouse: This too shall pass. Or followed by Mountain: A setback requires faith
When studying cards around the Tree card keep it simple and always leave your client on a high. I prefer not to answer specific health questions. However, questions like, “Are my test results ok?” can be answered. Even then if you see something not quite right don’t alarm the client. You could be wrong.