Fish

fish lenormand

The Fish card in the Lenormand deck is not just a symbol of financial success, it is a key to a deeper understanding of values and wealth in our lives. Combining traditional symbolism and the mystical, the Fish leads us into a world of variety and meaning.

From the point of view of traditional interpretation, the Fish card speaks of wealth in its material aspect. This can include financial success, prosperity, and a successful business. However, we must not forget that the card does not limit wealth only to money. It can also be wealth in relation to the value of something—understanding its true meaning.

So when this card appears in the chart, we can prepare ourselves for a favorable period financially or to discover the secret value of something we may have underestimated up to this point. Perhaps this is an opportunity that will bring us not only material enrichment but also spiritual satisfaction.

The Pisces card invites us to go beyond the surface and look at wealth in a broader context. Our world often judges success by numbers in bank accounts and material assets. However, Pisces shows us that wealth cannot be measured in numbers alone.

The negative with the Fish comes when we tend to focus solely on the material, neglecting the things that really charge us emotionally. The card reminds us that true worth and abundance are not measured only by money but also by emotional aspects such as relationships and satisfaction from our activities.

The mystical aspect of the Fish takes us into the aquatic world of intuition and emotion. The card is like a flow of energy that flows through us. Here we can see abundance not only as a materially enriching process but also as an emotional and spiritual flow. The Fish makes us look into the depths of our consciousness and look for abundance not only in the outer world but also in the inner one. It is here that we can understand the true values and sources of wealth that will surely make us happier.

The Fish card in Lenormand is like a key that unlocks the door to abundance. It teaches us to appreciate everything that enriches our lives, both materially and spiritually. With this card, we understand that true wealth is something much broader than the ordinary understanding of the word and is the key to a more fulfilling and satisfying life.
Key meanings: profit, financial growth, trade, fertility, sensitivity, wealth, abundance, receiving, money, gifts, income, inheritance, earnings or salary increase, great satisfaction, promotions, contacts, and connections.

Combination with the other cards:

Rider- financial, business news
Clover – luck in financial affairs
Ship – vehicle purchase or travel expenses
House – wealthy family, investment in real estate
Tree – increase in wealth, financial stability, family business
Clouds – confusion in finances and values
Snake – desire for wealth, greed
Coffin – loss of money or something valuable
Flowes – generosity, gift
Scythe – loss
Whip – severe mental trauma, quarrel over money
Birds – worries and anxieties about finances, doubtful income
Child – spiritual purity
Fox – cunning combinations with money, deception
Bear – sponsorship
Stars – growth of material well-being
Stork – investing money in long-term projects
Dog – many friends, the value of friendship, pet expenses
Tower – lack of communication with others for financial reasons
Garden – money is spent on social entertainment
Mountain – difficulties, delay in profit
Crossroads – income depends on the right choice
Mice – theft, loss of money, something losing value for you
Heart – the price of love, compassion, buying love, prosperity through love relationships
Ring – deep knowledge, financial contract
Book – knowledge of finance, extensive knowledge, expensive training
Letter – financial documents, reports
Man – rich or greedy person, business partner, financial stability
Woman – a rich or greedy woman or financial stability
Lily – honest financial relations, benefactions
Sun – good income
Moon – emotions, feelings, mental imbalance
Key – solution to material problems
Anchor – stability, completion of an important stage, balance
Cross – significant material losses