Here comes the eleventh card – The Justice!
What will happen if your reading points you to this card?
Justice yes or no (to me) is the card of fairness. You can take its meaning literally because you can see that it depicts the law and legal system from the image. But, of course, there are still lots of hidden information for this particular card.
If the wheel of your destiny has started moving in The Hermit, then now is the time to judge and evaluate your life with The Justice.
Continue reading for more details!
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What Does Justice Yes or No Mean?
Here are some keywords connected with this card…
– Upright: Fairness, truth, integrity, clear problem-solving, legal disputes, life lessons
– Reversed: Lack of responsibility, inequality, injustice, dishonesty, legal problems
See also: Love tarot spread for singles
In a yes or no reading, if you draw the Justice card from the deck, then it wants you to judge or re-evaluate a situation fairly. Right now, you are seemingly entering into a stage of life in which you may need to settle a legal dispute or experience several life lessons.
This card is all about fairness, balance, karma, and neutrality in different aspects of your life. It does not suggest a result that is either for or against you. Whatever the outcome is, keep in mind that it will be fair and balanced.
As it’s unable to provide clear cut answers, The Justice is rarely used to determine yes or no questions.
In summary, this is a neutral card!
An In-depth Look into Justice Yes or No
Like what I’ve mentioned earlier, The Justice is the card showing the stage after the destiny wheel has started moving where you need to re-evaluate everything in your life, like which parts should be kept and which parts should be discarded. You must make extremely important choices as well as decisions.
This tarot card also indicates karma – the law of cause and effect.
Dressed in a red cloak with yellow lines, the person in this card is sitting confidently in front of a curtain hung between two white pillars. There is a crown on her head. Take a closer look, you will see a small shoe popping out from the robe.
She is holding a sword in one hand – this represents her logic, mentality, and straightforwardness in executing the justice. On the other hand, she is raising a balanced scale – this symbolizes unprejudiced and reasonable perspectives. Here is the reminder of the outcomes of our actions: The Justice implies both the law and fairness.
With this Major Arcana card, it all comes down to balance, honestly, and seeking equality.
II. Interpreting symbols:
1. The sword:
The sword is a sharp and precise weapon, which in this case represents not only the urgent response to an action but also the merciless working way of karma.
2. The scale:
It is a symbol of impartiality and shows objectivity in human feelings.
3. Two pillars:
The balance at two poles.
4. The crown:
The power of the law of cause and effect.
5. The person:
This person is quite straightforward, serious, judgmental, and quite a bit stern; therefore, from the first glance, not many have a good impression of her. She is the cold and rational type who doesn’t really consider others’ feelings.
III. Overall meanings:
In general, The Justice in the upright position is a relatively good card in a tarot reading. Have you shown kindness and fairness to people around recently? If this card appears in your spread, it is a significant indicator of a positive determination. What and how you will do it will depend on your experiences and intuition!
Are you a victim of bullying or abuse?
If you’ve always been treated unfairly, abused, or otherwise been shady and immoral in dealing with others, pay heed to the message of this card.
In case you are struggling in disarray and unable to see the light, Justice yes or no is your savior. It openly informs you of a fair trial; of course this doesn’t always mean the real court. For those being wronged or treated unfairly, you may feel as if no one understands you or wants to be by your side. However, things will change positively soon with the presence of The Justice.
To individuals behave badly to others, take this as a dire warning and immediately better yourself before the retribution comes after you.
In neutral cases, this card simply advises you to seek out balance in life.
Read more: The Hanged Man yes no meanings
Justice Yes or No for Love
The card is upright:
When you take a moment and look at people surround you, is there anyone worth your love? Do you consider someone whom you can love with an open and loving heart? If you want to approach love seriously, tell yourself that you have to share your life with the person you love equally.
For a long-lasting relationship filled with happiness and warmth, you shouldn’t make decisions with haste.
The upright Justice card requires you to stay honest with yourself. Don’t quickly accept the first soul you meet just because you want to settle down at the moment. Never think that spending time on searching true love is a waste of time. In fact, this is what you should do as finding happiness has never been easy.
It will waste your time if you act in haste!
The Justice is the sign that you should focus on yourself and true love will come find you at the right time.
The card is reversed:
One of the most common mistakes we often made is damaging our relationship without realizing it. Filling your mind with negative thoughts and acts will bring down both you and your partner. The Justice in reverse in a love reading is a reminder that you should think about your behavior and attitude recently towards him/her.
It’s hard to say whether or not things will work out in your favor. Regardless of the outcome, this reflective card gives you life lessons that will help you accept your responsibility and move on.
For more details about this card, check out this video:
Justice yes or no is a neutral card so it’s tricky to interpret. It can’t give you the absolute yes or no answer to your question, but its meaning in your reading mainly depends on your past behavior.