The Bear Lenormand Meaning Keywords
- Short temper
- Strength of character
The Bear Lenormand Card Meaning and Interpretation
Power and strength are represented by the Bear in Lenormand; and this power can manifest in many forms. It can be physical size, their position in society or work (such as a manager), their role in the family (like a parent), or even their personality (a dominating, bossy person).
The power that Bear Lenormand card wields can either be used for positive reasons, such as when a mother bear is protective of her cubs, or for selfish reasons. In the best of light, the bear can represent a leader, one that both nurtures and teaches, guiding those in their care towards a better future. In this case, the Bear can represent someone that truly cares and is invested in your future.
Other times, the Bear card can represent people, that despite the best intentions, may be trying to assert themselves over our own decisions. This can be through aggression, bullying, or even more subtle influence, like that of a parent on a child who has internalized their wishes.
Questions to Ask with The Bear
- Where in life can I break free from other influences?
- Where in life can I assert more leadership?
- How can I use my own strength to my advantage?
- Who can I look to for guidance?
The Bear Lenormand Correspondences
- Card Symbol: Ten of Clubs
- Number: 15
- General Feeling: Positive
- Planet: Mars
- Zodiac: Aries
- Timing: A Long Time
The Bear Lenormand Combinations
|Paired Card||Combined Meaning|
|1. Rider||financial news, message from boss|
|2. Clover||a light hearted leader, a lucky leader|
|3. Ship||searching for a leader, moving away from dominant figure|
|4. House||a parent, family leader, protecting family, tradition is influence|
|5. Tree||weight gain, overwhelming condition, expensive illness|
|6. Clouds||overpowering confusion, confusion about a leader|
|7. Snake||to desire power, a manipulative leader|
|8. Coffin||loss of a leader, loss of power, overpowering grief|
|9. Bouquet||social circle dominates life, an influential social circle|
|10. Scythe||breaking away from dominant people, breaking a habit|
|11. Whip||aggression dominates life, abuse of power|
|12. Birds||chatty gossip with or about a guardian figure|
|13. Child||looking for a leader, protecting a child, teaching a child|
|14. Fox||suspicion about leader, one's suspicion overwhelms all areas of life|
|16. Stars||a spiritual guardian, large spiritual influence|
|17. Stork||change has become overpowering, leadership is going through transformation|
|18. Dog||overpowering someone that is passive, a strong friend|
|19. Tower||a natural leader, a distant leader, dominated by arrogance|
|20. Garden||a strong influence on the public, public domination|
|21. Mountain||challenge that dominates life, leader that causes challenges|
|22. Crossroad||influence on choices, confidence about choice|
|23. Mice||a corrupt leader, decaying strength|
|24. Heart||love is power, compassion is power, a loving leader|
|25. Ring||a promise that dominates life, a strong bond or promise|
|26. Book||teacher, being dominated by educational achievements, powerful knowledge|
|27. Letter||communication about power, communication about or to leader|
|28. Man||male figure with authority, a strong dominant man|
|29. Woman||female figure with authority, a strong dominant woman|
|30. Lily||powerful and overwhelming sensuality, obtrusively moral|
|31. Sun||a positive leader or guardian, being dominated by search for happiness|
|32. Moon||dominating emotions, overwhelming emotions|
|33. Key||opening up to a leader figure, boundaries being overpowered|
|34. Fish||financial situation is overpowering, possessiveness|
|35. Anchor||having a strong and dominant focus in one area of life|
|36. Cross||leadership is a burden, a suffering leader|