The Whip Lenormand Meaning Keywords
The Whip Lenormand Card Meaning and Interpretation
The Whip Lenormand card is an indicator of conflict, of arguments and aggression. As a symbol, it has a long history of being used as a form of punishment and abuse. Usually, this card will indicate some kind of verbal disagreement - when two different modes of thinking collide. During more heated episodes, arguments can turn personal, meaning that this card can also stand for insults and personal attacks. In rare instances, the Whip Lenormand card can also stand for abuse of a physical kind too.
The Whip Lenormand card can also stand for any kind of destructive behavior that is fueled by negativity - sometimes the card exists to show that the motivations behind actions are to simply cause another person pain. This card can be a stand in for the suffering that we receive from others.
Taking it a step further, when one undergoes the suffering for so long, we can internalize the messages of the Whip card - it can become a form of self-punishment. We can carry with us deep feelings of shame and guilt, that leads us to a cycle of self-hatred.
Questions to Ask with The Whip
- Where in my life is there too much conflict?
- Is there anyone who is purposely trying to cause me pain?
- Where in my life am I holding onto deep shame?
- How can I stand up for myself more?
The Whip Lenormand Correspondences
- Card Symbol: Jack of Clubs
- Number: 11
- General Feeling: Negative
- Planet: Lilith
- Zodiac: No zodiac
- Timing: Short
The Whip Lenormand Combinations
|Paired Card||Combined Meaning|
|1. Rider||news about a competition|
|2. Clover||taking anger lightly, small conflicts|
|3. Ship||moving away from aggression, discovering conflict|
|4. House||conflict inside family, shame and guilt inside family|
|5. Tree||physical abuse, pain|
|6. Clouds||confusion about aggression or violence, hidden violence|
|7. Snake||to create pain by lies, to create pain by manipulation|
|8. Coffin||end of a conflict, repressed aggression|
|9. Bouquet||exploiting gratitude, showing kindness during conflict|
|10. Scythe||sudden danger, sudden conflict, ending abuse|
|12. Birds||worrying about painful feedback, anxiety and nervousness|
|13. Child||aggression against innocence, conflict about child|
|14. Fox||self-harm, have caution over aggression|
|15. Bear||aggression dominates life, abuse of power|
|16. Stars||meaning in suffering, questioning faith|
|17. Stork||transformation causes shame, shame and aggression are transforming to something else|
|18. Dog||conflict with a friend, to remain obedient despite abuse|
|19. Tower||creating distance from conflict, defending against aggression|
|20. Garden||a violent mob, social conflict, group aggression|
|21. Mountain||being overwhelmed by conflict or abuse, to not react to abuse|
|22. Crossroad||contradicting choices, inner conflict, regretting choice|
|23. Mice||slowly escalating abuse, conflict is exhausting, conflict is dwindling|
|24. Heart||conflict about love, a lover's quarrel, meeting hate with compassion|
|25. Ring||a painful promise, being connected by hate, anger or violence|
|26. Book||knowledge as a weapon, knowledge of abuse, painful keeping a secret|
|27. Letter||aggressive communication, communicating conflict|
|28. Man||conflict about or with a man, an aggressive, insulting man|
|29. Woman||conflict about or with a woman, an aggressive, insulting woman|
|30. Lily||conflict about sensual issues, a punishment is moral|
|31. Sun||conflict that ruins happiness, enjoyment from punishing others|
|32. Moon||shame, conflict between fears and one's needs|
|33. Key||opening up to criticism, leaving oneself open to abuse|
|34. Fish||conflict over business matters, financial compensation|
|35. Anchor||inability to let go of conflict, being shaped by trauma|
|36. Cross||suffering from aggression, to take abuse|