Tarot Card

Lesson 12: Tarot Card Course – JUSTICE

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Honest: , Fairness, Truth, Reasons and Effects, Law

Reverse: inadequacy, lack of accountability, dishonesty

Meaning and Details
The figure of lies in front of a loose-shadow purple veil, which is a symbol of compassion, and between two pillars, is similar to the high priests and hieroglyphs, which symbolizes balance, law and structure.

He holds a sword in his right hand, shows the logical, orderly mindset needed for fair . The sword points upwards – expressing a firm and final decision – and the double-edged blade indicates that there are always results in our actions. In his left (comfortable) hand scales, show intuition should balance the argument and symbolize its objectivity. wears a crown with a small square on it, which represents well-ordered thoughts, and a red robe with a green color. As a reminder of the spiritual consequences of your actions, a small white shoe emerges from under its clothes.

UPRIGHT MEANINGS

card represents , fairness, truth and law. You are being asked for your work and according to that decision will be decided. If you have aligned with your higher self and are good for others, then there is nothing to worry about. However, if you do not do this, you will be called out and made for your own work. If this is shaking your shoes, then know that the card is not as black and white as you can imagine. There is a level of mercy and understanding with , and although you have done something that has caused you regrets, this card tells you that you will be treated fairly and without discrimination. Be prepared to take responsibility for your actions and be accountable for the upcoming results.

If you want , then card is a positive sign that it will actually be served. You can be part of a legal matter or wait for a final decision from the courts or a governing body or organization. A decision will be passed shortly. Once you make a decision, you should accept it and move on; There is no retrieval or second chance with an honest card.

The Card often appears when you need to make an important choice with the possibility of long-term consequences. Be aware of how your decisions will affect your well-being and others’ well-being. Ally choose which of your internal guidance system (your intuition) and ask for the answer that is highest in alignment with the highest good of all. Be ready to stand up with your decisions because you will be organized for the options you have made. You required to ask yourself, “Do I stand by my decisions and accept the results of my actions?” If you can not, then dig deeper, which is right and wrong, falling into its shadow until you find the place where you can stand. In honesty and strength.

At its core, is about the discovery of truth. As you discover your truth, you will know that things are not as clear as you thought. Be prepared to dip into the dirty water and find out what you mean. Be conscious of what you believe as true and whether you consider fair and ethical. It can not be as evident from your view, so be prepared to challenge yourself and explore new areas of your belief system.

REVERSED MEANING:

Inverted justice card can suggest that internally, you know that you have done something that is not morally right. Other people can not see it yet, so you have a choice: you can hide it and hope that no one will know it, or you can pay attention to your mistakes and solve the situation. Can take focused action. Whatever you choose, you will need to stay with the result at your discretion, so go with what is right for you.

Similarly, the judge said that you are not ready to take full responsibility for your actions and may try to ‘shoot’ and blame others for your mistakes. You are dishonest with yourself and others – and your reluctance to look beyond your own fears and ego makes you blind for the broader text. Make a further assessment of your situation, this time it is intended to know where you can accept responsibility. Once you accept that where you have made a mistake, you can do whatever you can to correct it again. In that case, you will free yourself from any crime or shame and empower yourself to make better decisions.

The inverted jury card can indicate your inner critic in full effect. Maybe you are evaluating your every move and when you are doing wrong then come down with yourself. If it is resonated then start from the place of forgiveness and self-acceptance. Show yourself a little compassion and compassion, knowing that we all make mistakes. Thank you to your inner critic for bringing this personal decision into your awareness, and believe that now you can overcome it.

If you are making an important decision that will affect others, keep in mind that you are suffering from a prejudice or prejudice that can wrongly block your decision. You may need to source more information to make balanced decisions or to highlight your personal decisions.

If you are involved in a legal matter, you may be afraid of an inappropriate result, or questioning the legal process, you can dispute the final decision. Legal complications or anything that serves justice

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