Lenormand Daily Draw: Rider + Anchor + Sun

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October 15, 2009 by Art of Cartomancy

I drew three cards this morning for insight.  I asked the card, “What do I need to be aware of today?

My first impression when I saw these cards was ‘a visit to the beach.’ Anchor can represent sand and surf, and Sun is, well, Sun.  But it’s not likely that I’ll visit the shore on a weekday, so I need to explore an alternate interpretation.

Rider + Anchor indicates reassuring news, a new sense of stability on the way.  Sun is victory and happiness.  These are excellent cards.  I don’t get a specific prediction for my day, but a promise that very soon I’ll have both feet firmly planted on the ground, and the sun shining on my face.

Feedback – Oct 16 09:

I did end up at the beach yesterday.  I met a friend for lunch, and we ended up picking up something quick, and eating by the water.  It was totally unplanned, but infinitely relaxing!


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