The Justice card calls you to account for your past actions. It represents justice, fairness, Karma, truth and law and suggests a time of judgement has arrived. If you are comfortable with your past actions and have balanced your needs with those of others, this card can be a delight to find as it signals the time for your actions to be affirmed, acknowledged and even rewarded. If of course your actions have been questionable, the opposite holds true. There is no sweeping your mistakes under the rug when this card is arrives – on the contrary expect a light to be shined on your deeds with Karmatic results.

If you have done something you regret, thankfully the Justice card also represents compassion and understanding. So think of positive ways to make amends and the people around you are likely to be more forgiving. You are being encouraged to take responsibility for your actions and accept the consequences. Forgive yourself too, as we’re all human after all and our mistakes can prove great teachers. Just be sure to learn.

Alternatively, if you have been on the receiving end of wrongful behaviour this card is a sign that wrongs can be put right or you can free yourself from abusive behaviours. Fairness reigns and you have every right to seek a peaceful and harmonious life. If you are involved in legal proceedings it is a sign that the outcome will be fair to you and that a final ruling is near. Have courage and faith in testing times and trust that justice will be dealt.

The Justice card also reminds us to consider our choices and their future consequences. Your decisions now may impact you and others long into the future so be sure to use logic, intuition and integrity. Ask yourself also if you’ll be able to stand by your decisions if held account for them in the future.

Ultimately the Justice card explores right and wrong, seeking truth, fairness, morality and ethics. It reminds us that decisions made now can have long-term implications.

Character traits: fair, just, considerate, truthful, honest, forgiving, compassionate, understanding, self-aware, thorough, responsible, accepting.

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