Keywords: Commitments, proposals, engagements, promises, relationships, contracts, rings, jewellery.
General Ring Meaning
The Ring is pretty straight forward. Obviously, it is the card of commitments. If your are waiting on a marriage proposal, Ring means you will get one. If a relationship is brand new, the Ring just means that your new partner is committed to you, but if the reading is overly negative they may be committed to someone else!
In most cases, it speaks of a promise of some type. For business, it can symbolize a partnership. If you are not self-employed, it is the card of contracts so you can expect a new job or a change in position (sometimes the Ring will be an offering of some type).
It goes without saying that Ring can be a real ring or a piece of jewelry. Have you ever seen those necklaces with Clovers in them? The Ring + Clover card would be the perfect combination if you want to get specific!
Specific Ring Meanings
Love Meaning: In a love reading, Ring represents commitment, possibly even marriage, a baby or engagement. The Ring can also mean that the next person you date will be wanting to settle down with you.
Career Meaning: Ring shows that you are committed to your job and that the company you are working for is invested in you. If you are searching for employment, you will find it soon.
Business Meaning: Often, Ring will manifest as business contracts.
Positive: Ring is usually pleasant as it predicts serious commitments and valuables.
Negative: In a negative reading, Ring will appear when you are in a relationship or commitment which you do not want.
Ring + Rider: Commitment to a sporty person
Ring + Clover: A charm
Ring + Ship: A contract for a holiday
Ring + Home: A mortgage
Ring + Tree: A promise the seeker makes with family
Ring + Clouds: Commitment designed to confuse the seeker
Ring + Snake: Commitment to someone who deceives
Ring + Coffin: A contract coming to a natural end
Ring + Bouquet: A proposal
Ring + Scythe: Sudden end to a contract
Ring + Whip: Repeated commitment
Ring + Birds: A promise the seeker makes online
Ring + Child: A short-term commitment
Ring + Fox: A unexpected clause in a contract
Ring + Bear: A contract with an authority figure
Ring + Stars: Perseverance which pays off
Ring + Stork: A baby for a couple
Ring + Dog: Unwavering loyalty
Ring + Tower: A contract with an organization
Ring + Garden: A commitment declared in public
Ring + Mountain: A long-term commitment
Ring + Ways: Commitments which are flexible
Ring + Mice: A warning to read the fine print of a contact
Ring + Heart: A marriage
Ring + Book: A secret commitment
Ring + Letter: A contract
Ring + Man: An engaged man
Ring + Woman: A committed woman
Ring + Lily: An agreement made in Winter
Ring + Sun: An agreement made in Summer
Ring + Moon: A reputation for reliability
Ring + Key: An heirloom
Ring + Fish: An expensive ring
Ring + Anchor: A long-term commitment
Ring + Cross: A commitment which is meant to be
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