The Justice Tarot Card – 11 – I treat others the way I want to be treated

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The Justice Tarot Card DESCRIPTION: illustration, colors, and symbolism.

  • The Justice Tarot Card is a symbol of truth, fairness, and law. The figure of Justice sits in front of a loosely hung purple veil, signifying compassion. The Lady Justice sits between two pillars, which symbolize balance, law, and structure. Justice wears a crown with a small square on it representing well-ordered thoughts, which is required to dispense justice. The scales in her left hand represent how intuition should balance logic. This scale is a symbol of reasonable and unprejudiced decisions. The double-edged sword in her right hand represents the hand of justice that is prepared to rain down on us if we make the wrong choices. The sword points upwards and expresses a final decision. The double-edged blade signifies that our actions always carry consequences.  Beneath her red cloak, she shows the tip of a white shoe. This is a spiritual reminder that what she delivers are the outcomes of their actions. This is a reminder of the spiritual consequences of your actions. The importance of committing to honesty, seeking equality, and balancing all factors is shining through this card


  • Card number XI (or sometimes number XIII) is called Justice, and its meaning is just that. In the spiritual significance of numbers, 11 is considered a Master number. The number 11 may come up many times in our lives and it is always a message of connecting with our inner wisdom. 11 is the bringer of spiritual awareness and a devout supporter of humankind. It is truly a messenger of the universe.
  • Wikipedia: According to A. E. Waite‘s 1910 book Pictorial Key to the Tarot, the Justice Card carries several divinatory associations: equity, rightness, probity, executive; and triumph of the deserving side in law. Reversed: Law in all its departments, legal complications, bigotry, bias, excessive severity.

The Justice Tarot Card

 A statement that represents The Justice Tarot Card: I treat others the way I want to be treated!

The Justice Tarot Card meaning – IN GENERAL

The Justice Tarot Card focuses on getting what we are owed, righting or wrongs, and karmic results (both good and bad). No matter what is happening, you can be sure that the universe is playing it fair.  Justice is being done and you need to trust that you are now seeing the results of past actions. Since the time of Solomon, this image has represented a standard for the humane and fair-minded treatment of other beings. The law of karma is represented here – what goes around comes around. Also, this card is usually connected with the legal system, but not all scores will be settled in court. Many life lessons play out in an arena that is disconnected from judges. Situations may call for harmony and balance.  If you are making decisions, weigh all options carefully to find the middle ground.

Is the Justice tarot card good and what does it represent?

The Justice card meaning depends on is the card upright or reversed and what is its position towards other cards.

What does The Justice card mean – UPRIGHT?

  • The Justice Tarot Card in the upright position represents cause and effect; balance thought and action; legal matters and karmic justice. In general, the card is telling you that all actions have consequences. There are times when we find ourselves the victims of someone else’s bad intent. If you have been wronged in any way, Justice arrives to restore balance. No matter what is happening, you can be sure that the universe is playing it fair.  Justice is being done and you need to trust that you are now seeing the results of past actions. So look at your present circumstances and see which karmic lessons you should be learning from your current situation. This card is also a signifier of legal matters being resolved fairly. Justice also relates to balance. It may signify that circumstances may arise that could throw you off balance and that you need to learn balance. The Justice Tarot Card can also indicate that you have a choice to make and that you need to analyze all your options before making a decision.

 The Justice card meaning – REVERSED?

  • “Reversed tarot card” is a card that appears to be upside down from your angle of vision. In a general context, Justice reversed can indicate injustice or avoidance of karmic justice. There is an imbalance of some kind. Usually, The Justice Tarot Card appears in the reversed position when you or someone else is being mistreated. Falseness and vindictiveness or unethical deeds might also be at play. You may feel you are being victimized or blamed for something that is not your fault. Whatever the situation, you must try to maintain your balance. If you have been caught out in a lie, don’t try to justify it or lie your way out of it. Just confess, accept the consequences, and try to draw a line under it. Remember, the only person you can control is you. Take responsibility for your actions and decisions. Karmic Justice will take care of the rest. You can’t change the past or undo your actions. Instead, take responsibility, learn from your mistakes, and move on. Don’t try to blame others or avoid the consequences, just learn from it and move forward a little wiser and more self-aware.

 What does the Justice card mean in LOVE?


  • If you have a question or a wish for tarot cards about Love: this card is all about the law of cause and effect. Above all, Justice is about karma, and if you’ve been putting forth the effort, love, and romance will be coming your way. What you give is what you get. If you’ve been loving and supportive, your relationships will be a mirror of what you’ve been giving to others. If you’ve been single, your loving disposition will make you attractive to new romances. If you have treated others with kindness and not been treated well in return in relationships, Justice can indicate that this imbalance is about to be corrected with the loving partner you deserve coming your way. It can also signify that those who have treated you badly will get their punishment. If Justice is good or bad it depends on the behavior of you and your partner. If you are both being honest then you will see the rewards. However, if either of you has been dishonest or has cheated, Justice indicates that the truth will be revealed. The Justice Tarot Card urges you to be true to yourself first. If you’re going through the ending of a relationship, a legal case is possible. Still, Justice can represent life lessons that will help you elevate to a higher plane regardless of the outcome.


  •  if you are in a relationship this card can be a strong indicator of being caught out in lying or cheating. So if you have been cheating or lying to them, expect repercussions. If you’re in a relationship, this may be a difficult time, and fairness and compromise are needed more than ever. Don’t blame others or your partner for things that are your responsibility. The balance must be made. It can also be a sign that you feel you are not being treated fairly in the relationship. Before you cast judgments on your partner, examine your behavior. Remember, we teach people how to treat us, and what we put up with, we end up with! If you are single, The Justice Tarot Card reversed can indicate that while you may feel you are ready for the relationship, you have still not learned the lessons from your past relationships that are necessary for you to move forward and avoid repeating the same mistakes. It can also indicate that you tend to lack balance in relationships and this may be causing your relationships to flounder. Try to maintain a balance between your love life and your independent life when you meet someone. It will give your relationships the space they need to grow. If you have treated past partners badly, this card can be a sign that you may be suffering the consequences of your actions.

The Justice Tarot Card and MONEY

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  • ​If you have a question or a wish for tarot cards about money and Career: This card means to get what you are owed finally. When it comes to money, the card will deliver you any desserts you might be expecting. The Justice Tarot Card is very lucky in financial readings. The same is true of the workplace.  If someone has wronged you, prepare to be vindicated publicly.  Justice advises you: do not partake in any corrupt or deceitful practices. Although quick money deals can be tempting. But, they always come with karmic baggage. Also, The Justice Tarot Card in a career context,  tells you that you need to pay attention to balancing your work and personal life. With fair and balanced dealings, your career can flourish. Continue to keep things balanced, and your finances should be just fine.


  • In a career context, Justice reversed may show that you are being treated unfairly in work. Maybe you are being blamed for others’ mistakes. Or you feel others are trying to sabotage you. Whatever the issue, don’t be quick in your reaction. It is better to hold back and take a logical approach to resolve the issue. Arguments are not likely to go in your favor. The Justice Tarot Card can also indicate that if you have not been acting with integrity, your behavior may be coming back to bite you. It can be a sign of corruption.  So, don’t try to avoid the consequences. You will be more respected for it. Justice reversed can also be an indicator of a lack of work and life balance. So be mindful of putting too much emphasis on either your work or personal life. The Justice Tarot Card is telling you to avoid risky investments or gambles. Also, be cautious of people you are doing financial deals with at the moment, they may not be trustworthy.

The Justice Tarot Card and HEALTH


  • If you have a question or a wish for tarot cards about Health: This Justice tarot card is pretty straightforward when it comes to health. The Justice Tarot Card is all about balance in every area of life. The card advises you to take care of yourself the way that you should be. Taking care of your mind, body, and spirit is your most important job. If you’ve been having health issues, this card can indicate that you are out of balance which is contributing to your health issues. So, do not overindulge in any area of your life. Try to keep everything in moderation.


  •  Also, in a health context, the Justice tarot card reversed indicates a need for balance. But, it’s a stronger indicator that a lack of balance may cause health issues. So, this card advises you to try to make time to take care of yourself. Especially, avoid overindulgence.

Tarot Yoga

If you pulled The Justice Tarot Card during your tarot reading, you should practice Ardha baddha padma vrkshasana meaning: half bound lotus tree pose

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About Tarot

  • Tarot cards are a form of divination, which literally means working with the divine, or your higher self, which is the ultimate purpose of tarot cards, just like yoga. The tarot is in essence a soul map, a deep psychological guide to self-empowerment. Playing with Tarot cards is a conversation with your higher self. The cards always work. It’s not magic—tarot cards are a sacred mirror.
  • There are now thousands of types of tarot decks. A traditional deck has 22 Major Arcana (or trumps) which are archetypal images. There are 56 Minor Arcana cards, sixteen Court or Personality cards; the Kings, Queens, Princes, and Pages. There are four elements or suits: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water, with 10 cards in each. Above all, there are no inherently negative cards. Below is The World Tarot Card Meaning: love, health, money, and Yoga. See also our Free Online Tarot Readings , like popular Yes or No tarot, and 3 cards tarot.

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