The Ship Lenormand Meaning Keywords
The Ship Lenormand Card Meaning and Interpretation
At the heart of the Ship card is the concept of travel, of journeys and all that one experiences during it. It can very well mean taking a trip of some kind to a far off place, but it can also signify the mental state of travel - the desire to see new places, to explore and to voyage into the unknown. Regardless of whether you are actually, physically making a journey, this card signals heading out on an adventure of some sort - where you are going far from what is familiar.
This card can also imply distance to its surrounding cards, sometimes concerning long-distance relationships, far away family, or an overseas business trip - depending on your question and the other cards in the spread. This definition too, can also be more metaphorical in nature. While you may be in close proximity physically to something, you may not feel close to it.
Finally this card can also signal the choice to move away from something. While journeys can be taken in the search for new, unexplored realms, there are times too when we must undertake a journey in order to leave something else behind.
Questions to Ask with The Ship
- Where in life is unexplored for me?
- With what or with who do I feel distanced from?
- How can I be more adventurous?
- What am I looking for?
- What am I trying to get away from?
The Ship Lenormand Correspondences
- Card Symbol: Ten of Spades
- Number: 3
- General Feeling: Positive
- Planet: Jupiter
- Zodiac: Sagittarius
- Timing: A Long Time
The Ship Lenormand Combinations
|Paired Card||Combined Meaning|
|1. Rider||message from far away, distant news|
|2. Clover||a lighthearted journey, to discover an opportunity|
|4. House||moving away from tradition, leaving home|
|5. Tree||spiritual journey, travel for one's health|
|6. Clouds||confusion about journey, journey with no destination|
|7. Snake||desire to travel, desire to explore, sexual exploration|
|8. Coffin||end to journey, end to travel, to bury one's craving for adventure|
|9. Bouquet||exploring social life, leaving current social circle|
|10. Scythe||a painful goodbye, end of a journey or trip|
|11. Whip||moving away from aggression, discovering conflict|
|12. Birds||nervous excitement about travel, worry about travel|
|13. Child||inexperience in traveling, new journey, exploring playfully|
|14. Fox||a selfish journey, exploring one's self|
|15. Bear||searching for a leader, moving away from dominant figure|
|16. Stars||wish to travel, searching for meaning|
|17. Stork||travel creates inner transformation, a journey of transformation|
|18. Dog||support during travel, a journey made with a friend|
|19. Tower||a lonely journey, searching for solitude, exploring solitude|
|20. Garden||exploring culture, foreign cultures, a lucky discovery|
|21. Mountain||obstacles to travel, discovering challenges|
|22. Crossroad||exploration of choices, trying different directions|
|23. Mice||sense of adventure is decaying, decay is spreading|
|24. Heart||exploring romance, travelling for love, discovering love|
|25. Ring||commitment to exploration, conflict between commitment and exploration|
|26. Book||knowledge about faraway places, exploring new studies|
|27. Letter||communication about journey, exploring ways of communication|
|28. Man||a traveling man, a man with wanderlust|
|29. Woman||a traveling woman, a woman with wanderlust|
|30. Lily||exploring sensuality, exploring ethics and morality|
|31. Sun||a happy journey, discovering or searching for happiness|
|32. Moon||exploring one's intuition, fear of travel or exploration|
|33. Key||being open to travel and exploration, discovering opportunities|
|34. Fish||a costly journey, a profitable journey, discovering value|
|35. Anchor||a safe journey, feeling restrained from exploration|
|36. Cross||exploring ideologies, traveling and discovery create suffering|