While the two Tree cards and the three Birds cards are most specifically God and Goddess cards respectively, every card in the Celtic Lenormand has some suggestions for accompanying deities. There are several ways to make use of this pagan aspect to the cards. One way is to draw a card, choose one of the associated deities, and meditate on that card and deity's energy for the day.
Another way is to draw cards as you normally would, and then use one or more of the cards from your reading as a focus for spirit. I decided to use this method for today's post.
Drawing three cards gave me the following line:
|Oak Tree, Fish, Chickens|
At a more spiritual level, it's hilarious that one of the God and Goddess cards have come up to frame this reading! My intention writ large. And also a reminder to balance both aspects, honour both the male and female, in order to truly find abundance and flow in life.
So, I chose a male and female deity from the list associated with the Fish, as the central card, and the one framed by the God and Goddess in this reading. Lugh is an Irish God of Commerce, and Lakshmi a Hindu Goddess of Abundance. Good energies to call on when seeking financial health :D