Recommendations

Lenormand Recommendations

Below, you can find my recommendations for everything you need to start reading Lenormand cards! Please note that some of these links are affiliate links (which means that I make a small commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase). However, I only recommend products that I absolutely love and know will make a difference to your Lenormand journey. 

(The card in the header of this post is the Maybe Lenormand)

Recommended Lenormand Decks

Lenormand recommended deck
Pixie’s Astounding Lenormand deck is the deck I am currently using. It was created using the art of Pamela Colman Smith, the artist behind the Rider Waite Tarot deck.

Best For Beginners: Old Style Lenormand 

Best For Traditionalists: Lo Scarabeo Lenormand Cards

Best For Tarot Readers: Pixie’s Astounding Lenormand 

Best For Art Lovers: Dreaming Way Lenormand 

Best For Cartomancers: Maybe Lenormand 

Recommended Lenormand Books 

Lenormand recommended book
My Starting with Lenormand e-book is perfect for you if you wish to know the basics of Lenormand.

Best For Beginners: I have a free Starting with Lenormand PDF which you can download here. Through this guide, you can discover the card meanings, spreads, popular terms and more. 

Best For Experienced Readers: If you already read Lenormand cards and want to improve your reading abilities, I fully recommend Caitlín Matthews’ Complete Lenormand Oracle Handbook

Best For History Buffs: Are you interested in the history of Lenormand? Feel free to check out Learning Lenormand by Marcus Katz and Tali Goodwin

Other Recommendations 

Lenormand recommended Oracle deck
I am currently working with The Wild Unknown’s Animal Spirit Oracle deck and I love it! It is a great edition to any deck collection.

Learn Lenormand: I have a Lenormand course, The Lenormand Course, which opens for enrollment once per year. You can find out more about that course here. 

Intuitive Development: If you’re trying to develop your psychic reading abilities, I wholeheartedly recommend Gordon Smith’s Intuitive Studies for intuitive development. 

Mediumship Development: Do you want to grow your mediumship skills so that you can give better readings? Be sure to check out Gordon Smith’s Developing Mediumship. This book completely changed my life – I cannot recommend it enough. 

Tarot Deck: For my Tarot readings, I am currently using a Waite-Smith Centennial deck. This deck is similar to other Rider-Waite-Smith decks, but with more subtle colors and lines. 

Oracle Deck: I pull oracle decks at the end of my readings. Right now, I am loving the Wild Unknown Animal Spirit deck

Lenormand Journal: You should write down the result of your Lenormand readings so that you can measure their accuracy. I recommend using a bullet journal so that you can really get creative. I recommend this one as the pages are thick and they never bleed. 

Lenormand Journal Pens: A Lenormand journal is no use without writing tools. I always use Paper Mate pens as I have found that they offer a smooth writing experience. 

Business Book: If you’re learning how to read Lenormand for professional purposes, I recommend that you read this book. Not only will Seven Habits you make more money and become more organized, but it will allow you to see your business in a completely different way. 

Email Marketing: Professional readers need a way to keep in touch with their clients. I always recommend Convertkit which has great open rates and the tools you need to send things like PDFs to your clients within emails and newsletters. Check it out here