The Coffin Lenormand Meaning Keywords
The Coffin Lenormand Card Meaning and Interpretation
The Coffin Lenormand card speaks about loss and all its related hardships - it is about the emotional process and transitions we have to make when something which we hold dear ceases to exist. This Lenormand card indicates that you are going through an ending, and you’ll have to look towards the other cards within the reading to understand what this ending is about; perhaps a state of mind, a relationship, a job, or a deeply held belief.
Alongside loss, comes suffering, and the coffin card can also indicate grief and mourning - a stage that we must go through in order to let something that we’ve lost go. Sometimes, the card can indicate that your progress is stalled because you cannot let go, and properly mourn and release a deep seated pain.
Finally, this card can also indicate burying - we are putting something so deep in the ground that we can never access it again. This card can indicate that you are repressing something; it could be feelings, wishes, desires, fears - things that perhaps you may feel deep shame or guilt about.
Questions to Ask with The Coffin
- What do I have to let go?
- What haven’t I mourned yet?
- What am I repressing?
- How can I move beyond this loss?
The Coffin Lenormand Correspondences
- Card Symbol: Nine of Diamonds
- Number: 8
- General Feeling: Negative
- Planet: Pluto
- Zodiac: Scorpio
- Timing: Forever
The Coffin Lenormand Combinations
|Paired Card||Combined Meaning|
|1. Rider||a final message, news of an ending|
|2. Clover||loss of one's luck, loss of one's easy life|
|3. Ship||end to journey, end to travel, to bury one's craving for adventure|
|4. House||loss of family, loss of tradition, burying the familiar|
|5. Tree||major illness, severe depression, declining health|
|6. Clouds||the ending is confusing, grief creates confusion|
|7. Snake||putting your desires to an end, giving up your desires|
|9. Bouquet||ending one's social life, loss of gratitude|
|10. Scythe||a sudden ending, a painful ending|
|11. Whip||end of a conflict, repressed aggression|
|12. Birds||worrying about loss, putting an end to chatty gossip|
|13. Child||loss of innocence, repressed inner child|
|14. Fox||repressing one's own desires, self care during grief|
|15. Bear||loss of a leader, loss of power, overpowering grief|
|16. Stars||loss of meaning, loss of hope for one's dreams|
|17. Stork||putting an end to transformation, transformation in dealing with grief|
|18. Dog||losing a friend, losing loyalty, supportive friends during mourning|
|19. Tower||ending of loneliness, grief from isolation|
|20. Garden||public mourning, leaving public sphere|
|21. Mountain||difficulties in letting go, grief that feels overwhelming|
|22. Crossroad||restraint, self-repression of freedom, giving up choices, no way out|
|23. Mice||ending is coming slowly, end of unhealthy situation|
|24. Heart||ending of love, ending of compassion, grief about lost love|
|25. Ring||ending a commitment, break a promise|
|26. Book||painful truth, ending one's education|
|27. Letter||communicating an ending, ending of communication|
|28. Man||a grieving man, a widow, or a man that has died|
|29. Woman||a grieving woman, a widow, or a woman that has died|
|30. Lily||ending of physical pleasure, hide or bury one's sensual desires|
|31. Sun||ending of something that brings joy, victory over sadness|
|32. Moon||deep sadness and grief, emotional trauma|
|33. Key||opening up to grief, acceptance of an ending|
|34. Fish||loss of finances, lose something of value|
|35. Anchor||being stuck in one's grief, inability to let go of loss|
|36. Cross||a painful ending, deep suffering coming from loss|