Keywords: Justice, balance, fairness, truth, cause and effect, legal matters, rationality, clarity, accountability, responsibility, honesty
The Justice card represents balance, fairness, and the consequences of one's actions. In the upright position, it suggests that the person is facing a situation where justice and truth are paramount. They may be seeking a fair and unbiased resolution to a conflict, or may be involved in a legal matter. The Justice card represents the need for objectivity and rational thinking, and a commitment to doing what is right and just. It also reminds the person that their actions have consequences, and that they must take responsibility for their choices and behavior.
Keywords: Injustice, imbalance, unfairness, dishonesty, lack of accountability, legal issues, bias, irrationality, confusion, avoidance of responsibility, corruption.
In the reversed position, the Justice card can indicate a lack of balance or fairness in the situation. The person may be feeling powerless or victimized, or may be struggling to find a just resolution to a conflict. Alternatively, the reversed Justice card can indicate an imbalance in the person's own life, and a need to reassess their own actions and decisions to ensure that they are fair and just.
Feelings for someone
When the Justice card represents someone's feelings towards another person, it suggests that the person embodies the qualities of Justice themselves, such as fairness, objectivity, and a commitment to doing what is right. The person may feel a strong sense of respect and admiration for their partner's sense of justice and fairness, or may be drawn to their partner as someone who complements their own sense of balance and harmony. They may feel a strong connection to their partner on a moral or ethical level, and may see their relationship as a shared commitment to doing what is right and just.
Reversed feelings for someone
In the reversed position, the Justice card as feelings for someone can indicate a blockage in the person's ability to see their partner as fair and just. The person may be struggling with feelings of resentment or unfairness in the relationship, or may be feeling a sense of powerlessness in the face of their partner's actions. Alternatively, the reversed Justice card can indicate a need for the person to reassess their own behavior and decisions to ensure that they are being fair and just towards their partner.