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
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
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.
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.