Revisiting Lenormand reversed cards. The Bouquet.

Over the past few years, I have not written much about the Lenormand cards when falling reversed. That does not mean that I don’t use them, lol. What triggered me to write today’s post is the fact the Bouquet card fell reversed lately in a reading the other day. 

➡ ➡ Before I go on please note that the traditional method of reading the Lenormand cards you do NOT read reversals. I am making this statement primarily for the beginners or individuals with little experience.

  • Now, if you are like me, you are open to exploring different layers of reading cards. The reversed card will give you something to think about in connection with the adjoining cards. 

  • If you do not want to read the reversal at least leave it upside down in the layout. After a few minutes it will start to bug you, lol, and you will either turn it upright or get ‘reversals’ feelings about it.  🙂

  • I never turn a reversed card upright if it happens to show up like that in the layout. I read it reversed and the meaning is usually opposite. There are exceptions though with some cards. 

  • If a card falls on the floor and is upside down I will read it reversed. I mean if it jumps out of the deck it wants to be noticed reversed for a reason.

  • I do not deliberately turn the cards upside down before shuffling the deck. In fact, I scan through the cards to make sure they are upright.

  • The Bouquet upright

  • Invitation. Gift. Fondness. Visitors. Pleasantries. Positive energy. Queen of Spades – experienced, a favour, woman with darker shade of hair, 

  • The Bouquet reversed

  • Do not hold your breath because you will not get the invitation.  No gift for you. No soup for you ha-ha. Most likely the person despises you. You can relax because your visitors had no intention of coming. Toxic environment. Queen of Spades – pushy miss know it all that will not help you.

  • Now, wasn’t that fun. 🙂 

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