The Ring Lenormand Meaning Keywords
The Ring Lenormand Card Meaning and Interpretation
Commitment and agreements, whether in love, business or anything in between, are represented by the ring in Lenormand readings. Something links two things together, a connection - which can be both practical or emotional, mutual or one-sided. Though it can represent the link between two people or organizations, it can also represent a commitment to a principle, an idea, or a value - a pledge that one makes towards oneself. The commonality between all these readings of the ring card is that one is bound by honor, morality, and sometimes even legal arrangements.
To see this card means that you must consider the weight of all the commitments that you make - that your promises reflect on your character and your standing.
Sometimes, the ring appearing in a Lenormand reading can also signal a process or event that is repetitive and cyclic, and you may be feeling as though you are going around in circles.
Questions to Ask with the Ring
- What commitments am I making to both others and myself?
- Can I keep the promises that I make to others?
- What problems do I keep getting caught up in?
- How can I better cooperate with others?
The Ring Lenormand Correspondences
- Card Symbol: Ace of Clubs
- Number: 25
- General Feeling: Neutral
- Planet: Venus
- Zodiac: Libra
- Timing: Repetitive
The Ring Lenormand Combinations
|Paired Card||Combined Meaning|
|1. Rider||marriage announcement, new commitment|
|2. Clover||taking a commitment lightly, lack of commitments|
|3. Ship||commiment to exploration, conflict between commitment and exploration|
|4. House||commitment to family, deep family connections, commitment to tradition|
|5. Tree||partnership, physical connection|
|6. Clouds||confusion about commitment or promise|
|7. Snake||to desire a commitment, commitment to one's ambitions|
|8. Coffin||ending a commitment, break a promise|
|9. Bouquet||social commitment, a promise of a visit|
|10. Scythe||break a promise, ending commitment|
|11. Whip||a painful promise, being connected by hate, anger or violence|
|12. Birds||nervousness about commitment, worries about promise|
|13. Child||a new commitment, a promise about or with a child|
|14. Fox||suspicion about commitment or promise, a commitment based on self-interest|
|15. Bear||a promise that dominates life, a strong bond or promise|
|16. Stars||faith in a commitment, commitment to dreams, honor|
|17. Stork||a commitment to change, changing commitment|
|18. Dog||bound by loyalty, a promise to a friend|
|19. Tower||a rational connection, bound by pride|
|20. Garden||a public commitment, a shared commitment|
|21. Mountain||an obstacle to commitment, a difficult commitment|
|22. Crossroad||a choice about commitment, making different promises|
|23. Mice||a dishonest promise, a harmful commitment|
|24. Heart||a commitment from the heart, a marriage, bound by love|
|26. Book||knowledge about a relationship or contract, commitment to education|
|27. Letter||making promises, communication about promise, contract|
|28. Man||a man that is committed, or bound to something, or has relationship with querent|
|29. Woman||a woman that is committed, or bound to something, or has relationship with querent|
|30. Lily||commitment to lover, commitment to purity|
|31. Sun||a promise that brings happiness, committing to something with happiness|
|32. Moon||emotional commitment, an intuitive connnection|
|33. Key||to enter into contract, to make a promise, commitment to understanding|
|34. Fish||a business commitment, a financial contract|
|35. Anchor||finding security in a promise or in a commitment|
|36. Cross||committed to responsibility, promise that burdens, bound by suffering|