The Justice Tarot Card – Major Arcana Card Meaning

Justice tarot card

Hello and welcome back to the series on the Major Arcana, today we’re going to be looking at the Judgement tarot card.

 

Justice tarot card

The Justice tarot card upright

Justice upright represents fairness, balance and appropriate outcomes to a situation. It can represent an equal partnership, arbitration, mediation and encounter with the law. It can represent seeing the world or a particular situation with clarity. It represents working with lawyers a fair outcome or decision.

Justice Tarot Card

It can represent an equitable exchange of goods, services and energies working well with others. This can be weighing a choice considering your options and the ability to analyze a complex situation with insight and accuracy. Understanding all the components of a situation, especially a complex and or dynamic one. This can also represent cause and effect and things working out as they should an appropriate outcome.

 

What course of action to take with the upright Justice card?

The best course of action with Justice is first to look at things with clarity and try to take emotion out of it and approach something in a lot more logical or thoughtful manner. Weight pros and cons, look at something again with great logic and objectivity. Consider all elements before making a decision. Come from your head way all pros and cons. This can also encourage you to engage in fruitful partnerships. Embrace a strong well-thought-out working relationship, hammer out contracts or details specifics, ensure all points are equitable to all involved. If need be, take your situation to an objective third party who could help you analyze if you don’t have appropriate insight or you need more clarity.

 

Justice tarot card reversed

Most obviously this can represent an injustice, something not working out in your favor something being unfair, not right things not working out as expected or as they should. This can represent dishonesty with yourself or others. Hidden agendas – someone being unfair to you or you being unfair to another, someone taking advantage of you or you taking advantage of another.

Justice reversed

The ending of a partnership or an unfair legal decision; a moral behavior, especially under the guise of being right or being fair and this can just simply mean being unfairly judged or you unfairly judging another.

 

The best course of action with Justice reversed. First, remember that sometimes, you can’t be fair to everybody and that’s a hard concept, but sometimes things aren’t going to work out in your favor or you cannot be fair and equitable to everyone involved. There may be no way to correct an imbalance or injustice at this time, and it might just be a call to understand that if possible, avoid legal entanglements as they may not work out in your favor. It may be a time to end a partnership, especially one which may have been fruitful in the past but is no longer balanced. This can call you to stop judging a situation as you might not have appropriate insight or all the information that you need. Overall if you can step back, withdraw if you need to, from a legal situation and lay down your sword and step back.

 

If you’d like to know more about the Major Arcana card meanings, you might like the following series of posts:

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