Justice: Remain Fair And Honorable Along The WayYou’ve been dealt ‘Justice’, but what can that possibly say about your future? As a symbol of method, order, and decision-making, this card can have positive or negative effects which depend on whether it faces upwards or downwards. This Tarot card will see that justice is served and will act as a motivator for you going forward, but how so for your future path?
Quite literally, the Justice Card symbolizes everything that its name evokes: law, fairness and truth. The presence of this card in a Draw indicates that, in the consultant's life, everything is in order. The consultant is made to answer for their actions for which they will be "judged". This judgment will be fair and balanced.
It may also indicate that a decision must be made. In fact, the two cards on either side of this one in the draw represent the forces involved, the energy of the "pros" and the energy of the "cons". This card urges people to remain as objective as possible in their decision making process and to seek the fairest solution for all involved.
Justice: Remain Fair And Honorable Along The Way
Key Words: Order, Law, Impartiality, Method, Decision-making
Positive Symbolism: Justice is without doubt the most righteous of the Tarot deck. When dealt, this card promotes morality above anything else and has the power to bring down punishment to those who’ve wronged. It can bring balance to relationships, and urge fresh respect for order and discipline in the workplace. Expect the rapport with your superiors to grow beyond belief if this card is placed before you.
Negative Symbolism: When negatively placed, Justice is more than just the judger of morality- it’s the condemner. There will be no space for fantasy or inconstancy. Your every move will be put under the microscope and you’ll face the consequences if you step out of line for one moment.
Its impact on your love life:
Marriage, Divorce, Important decisions
Its effect on your career path:
Contracts, Trials, Authority, Punishment
Its influence on your finances:
Inheritance, Legacy, Lawsuit
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