The Stork Lenormand Meaning Keywords
- New Cycle
The Stork Lenormand Card Meaning and Interpretation
When seeing the Stork in your Lenormand readings, the card can indicate changes, transitions and transformations. The Stork is known as a bird with long migratory patterns, sometimes traveling between seasons between the southernmost tip of Africa to Europe.
Sometimes, this migration can be literal - you may be going through a geographical relocation. But more often, it can be a figurative movement - where you are going through a process where you are redefining certain aspects of yourself. Usually, this is something that starts from within; like the a change in the way you define love, or your own identity. This tends to shape the actions you take and how you make choices. The inward change radiates outward, and it is most times, a very slow process. To understand where in life you’re changing, you’ll have to take a look at the surrounding cards.
Finally, since migratory patterns are seasonal, the Stork card can also indicate cycles and returns. That means you can find yourself in recurring situations or feelings.
Questions to Ask with The Stork
- What is no longer serving me and needs to change?
- What situation do I find myself in again and again?
- How can I escape the cycle?
- How can I reach my highest potential?
The Stork Lenormand Combinations
|Paired Card||Combined Meaning|
|1. Rider||birth announcement, news of change|
|2. Clover||taking one's transition lightheartedly, changes that don't bring lasting change|
|3. Ship||travel creates inner transformation, a journey of transformation|
|4. House||change in home life, traditions are changing|
|5. Tree||following nature, birth, pregnancy|
|6. Clouds||confusion about change and transformation, confusion about direction of change|
|7. Snake||to desire transformation and change|
|8. Coffin||putting an end to transformation, transformation in dealing with grief|
|9. Bouquet||transformation in social life, getting admiration from one's changes|
|10. Scythe||ending transformation, sudden transformation|
|11. Whip||transformation causes shame, shame and aggression are transforming to something else|
|12. Birds||worry about change, transformation in communication|
|13. Child||the start of a new transformation, child or a naive person is transforming|
|14. Fox||self-transformation, suspicion about a transition or change|
|15. Bear||change has become overpowering, leadership is going through transformation|
|16. Stars||desire for transformation, positive transformation|
|18. Dog||transformation in friendship, a friend is going through transition|
|19. Tower||authority is changing, solitude can transform you|
|20. Garden||public transformation, societal change|
|21. Mountain||challenges to transformation, transformation is being blocked|
|22. Crossroad||rediscovering freedom, returning to choice|
|23. Mice||transition is one that is harmful, transition is unhealthy|
|24. Heart||change in our feelings of love, love can transform you|
|25. Ring||a commitment to change, changing commitment|
|26. Book||knowledge transforms, knowledge about transition|
|27. Letter||communication creates transformation, communicate about transformation|
|28. Man||a man going through changes|
|29. Woman||a woman going through changes|
|30. Lily||sexual transformation, moral transformation|
|31. Sun||finding joy in a transformation or change|
|32. Moon||deep desire, emotional transformation|
|33. Key||opening up to change and transformation|
|34. Fish||transformation in one's thinking about business|
|35. Anchor||a focus on transformation and change, a focus on movement|
|36. Cross||responsibility creates transformation, transformation in how we deal with suffering|
The Stork Lenormand Correspondences
- Card Symbol: Queen of Hearts
- Number: 17
- General Feeling: Neutral
- Planet: Mercury
- Zodiac: Gemini
- Timing: Long Lasting
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