December 17, 2008 by Art of Cartomancy
I used to have a difficult time interpreting my Lenormand daily card draws because I would try to make more of them than was actually there.
I’ve since discovered that my daily draws don’t usually reveal an event or experience about to take place in my life. (Events and experiences show up in the readings I do for myself.)
My daily draws almost never refer to someone other than myself.
Most often they simply reflect whatever psychological struggle may be going on in my mind at the present moment.
For example, here is today’s Lenormand daily three-card draw:
- 13 The Child
- 07 The Snake
- 21 The Mountain
An Unruly Child?
The most obvious interpretation of today’s cards is “a problem child.” The Mountain could suggest some developmental problems.
It is possible that I’ll run into a problem today dealing with a child, but it’s not very likely.
Making a Mountain from a Molehill?
What is much more likely is that the Child + Snake represents “a small problem in my life.” The Mountain shows that I’m allowing this small problem to obstruct my progress in some way.
In some area of my life, I am giving a small problem much more weight than it merits. In essence, I’m making a mountain from a molehill.
This is an interpretation I can apply to my life since I admit to sometimes allowing my problems to overwhelm me. The advice is good. Today I need to be aware not to overreact to a minor problem. Something I perceive as a major issue, may not be as overwhelming as it appears.
Can the Daily Draws be Predictive?
Yes, If I need to be made aware of something important going on behind the scenes that day, or forewarned of something drastic about to happen to me or someone I love, the warning can be reflected in my daily draw. Most of the time, my life is just not that interesting.
That’s just the way the daily draws work for me. For some readers, daily draws will reflect the drama of their daily lives, or perhaps the plot of a book they’re reading, or the theme of a movie they’ll see that day. For many readers the daily draws consistently point toward something just over the horizon. For me, they reflect my internal struggles to make sense of the events in my daily world.