Water: With ties to water, it suggests the ebb and flow of daily life. Lovers, think about who is giving and who is taking. Occasionally it can symbolize a feeling of drowning, that everything is overwhelming.
Fertility: Drawing The Seahorse can be a sign of pregnancy, present or future. It can also represent a very young child or a mother-to-be in your life. More symbolically it can mean seeds of an idea or project that need your attention.
Peace: The Seahorse can represent peace, happiness, contentment. If things aren’t going too well right now, it is a good omen for better times. It’s a great card for romance, careers and money matters.
Journey: The Seahorse can represent literal travel but more often a life path journey. This can be any major life change for the better – better career prospects, a relationship commitment, buying a house, finding your spiritual path, improving your diet.
The Seahorse can be a sign of changes in luck or prosperity. Overseas travel in the planning stages, moving home or house renovations. An unexpected windfall.
Upright Meanings: self-belief, spreading your wings, fortune favours the brave, long distance/ travel romance, good partnership, moving forward, overseas trade/expansion, moving abroad, self-confidence, experiencing life, travel, forward planning, freedom, foreign land, cooperation, foresight, happy with choices/outcome, adventure, success, hard work paying off
The Seahorse represents freedom, adventure, travel, moving abroad and foreign lands. It can indicate hard work paying off, success and being happy with your choices or the outcome of your situation. This card also signifies foresight, forward planning, moving forward, growth and expansion. It is a minor card of self-confidence, self-belief, spreading your wings and experiencing life. It tells you that fortune favors the brave. It can also represent holiday romances and long distance relationships.
Reversed Meanings: holding on to the past, lack of progress/ adventure/growth, arrogance, moving home, failure, self-doubt, carelessness, restriction, mistakes, returning travels, lack of confidence, pride, disappointed with choices/outcome, haunted by the past, frustration, clipped wings, lack of foresight/ planning, failed long distance relationship
The Seahorse represents moving back home, returning from travels and homeland. It can indicate restriction, lack of progress, adventure or growth, failure and being unhappy with your choices or disappointed with the outcome of your situation. This card also signifies lack of foresight or forward planning or holding on the past and being haunted by it. It is a minor card of lack of confidence, self-doubt, frustration, clipped wings and shying away from life. It can also represent failed holiday romances or failed long distance relationships.