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I previously wrote about an eBay experience, where I purchased a tarot deck that wasn’t as described, and had to initiate a return. I appreciated that the seller initiated a return with minimal fuss, and was disheartened when he then opened a case against me with eBay, claiming that I had damaged the card box. This was disheartening, as I’d never had any negative experience or need to return something on eBay.
So, while I waited to see how this case and resolution would work, I did a Lenormand spread. Those of you who have learned from Secrets of the Lenormand Oracle will recognize my “no-layout”-based style for this reading. It mirrored my situation and outcome quite well.
This past weekend, our winery group had our first outing of the season. The weather was refreshingly cool. In fact, a little too cool, as we quickly migrated from a picnic table outdoors to an inside table. Others must have felt the same because before long, the inside was packed.
My readings have become a popular part of the winery events. So, what decks (or other reading tools) to take, and what format to use?
I got the Celtic Lenormand oracle deck today. I had been on the fence about this one for a while, while seeing it in-progress at the creator’s blog. I’m not a big fan of the myriad of themed and art-heavy Lenormand decks; but I’m not immune to any new deck that I find attractive, readable and resonant with my personal interests or taste. The Celtic Lenormand does target that area for me, with its Celtic theme and art by Will Worthington (whose illustrations of the Wildwood Tarot read particularly well for me).
Ring – Clouds – Book – Dog – Snake
I haven’t had good luck with some recent mail deliveries of orders from amazon.com. Even with Amazon Prime, which guarantees (free) two-day delivery, I’ve had trouble getting my items on time. I won’t bore you with the details. So while expecting a delivery today, I consulted the Lenormand: Will my package arrive today?
I don’t know why, but even after after all these years with the Lenormand, their directness can still surprise and excite me.
The head of our department called the managers in my area for a private meeting this morning. Since two of them were on vacation, this was unusual and worrisome. I wondered what kind of news might come out of this. So I hit up the Lenormand to ask: what is the news that will be shared in this meeting?
I used The Fool’s Dog iPhone app, although I’ve depicted here with my new Gilded Reverie Lenormand. For those of you who are newer to Lenormand, even though these cards may look a little different than older cards — for example this Birds card depicts more than two birds — they are read the same. Lenormand is Lenormand, no matter the deck.
Here is a “quickie” reading I did midweek, at the office. I was having a bad day and feeling a bit stressed about some things at work, and thought maybe I should express my concerns to my boss. It’s a good thing I’m a card reader and can always get impromptu, impartial advice!
I asked: Should I express my concerns to my manager today?