Justice is the card of fairness, truth, and law. Justice sits in her chair, holding balanced scales in one hand and a sword in the other. She symbolizes impartiality and karmic comeuppance. With her scales, Justice weighs in on the truth of a situation, ensuring equal balance. With her sword, Justice delivers consequences for those who have done injustice to others.
Justice is a reminder that what you sow will also be what you reap. Though we may get away with unjust acts in the moment, we will not be able to run from the hand of justice forever. Although you may face difficult moments in life, know that by doing the right thing, you will be rewarded in the long run. Leaning into the spirit of justice helps us practice positivity and kindness.
If you are asking about what is the outcome of a relationship, and you draw Justice, that means that your person is weighing how they feel about you. Your person is thinking of all the pros and the cons of being with you. This could indicate your person wanting to make the relationship ‘official’ in the eyes of law. It is also one of the “love wins” cards that sometimes signify your relationship being granted equal rights in the eyes of the law. It is astrologically associated with Libra which rules the 7th House. Although Libra is a sign that loves love itself, it’s also an Air sign. Take a more cerebral approach to love. If there has been some discord, your person wants to do the right thing.
Justice as love outcome is a sign of balancing things out or just a relationship being balanced. This is a healthy relationship. You both love “fairly” in that you always take each others’ feelings into consideration. Both of you apply the “Golden Rule” of treating your significant other how you want to be treated. If your person is spiritual, they might have strong beliefs regarding karma. They’ve learned important life lessons through previous karmic relationships, and are determined not to repeat the same mistakes. You’re both tactful in asking for what you need and mindful of each other’s feelings.
If you are wondering about a potential relationship, Justice as love outcome means your person is analyzing you. During the earlier stages of this relationship, they will be insightful observers of your actions. Don’t be surprised or offended if they ask you a lot of questions – they’re just trying to figure out who you are and what you’re about. On a personal level, they’re trying to understand their own feelings for you. This person values fairness greatly, and the last thing they’d want to do is lead you on. If they think you have no future together, they’ll say it to your face instead of leading you on. They might not be the most lovey-dovey person, but they’re as real as they get.
If you are in a new relationship, Justice as love outcome means the outcome of this relationship will depend exactly on what you put into it. Your person is very levelheaded and analytical. Their feelings develop not solely dependent on the chemistry you share together. They base their ‘stance’ and feelings on the way you’ve treated them throughout the relationship. They want to see concrete evidence. They judge others based on their behavior and they don’t take people at face value. The Justice card is also about karma. So, if you’ve been putting forth love, positivity, and kindness, that will come back to you in spades in this relationship.
If you are in an existing relationship, Justice as love outcome means your person’s feelings for you are in direct measure with what you’ve given into the relationship. If you’re trying to gauge how they feel for you after being with you for some time, the answer is pretty simple. Make an honest assessment of what you’ve given to the relationship and you have your answer. Since you drew the Justice card upright, their sentiments are positive. They feel like you’ve treated them with love. Even if they never express it, they acknowledge your fairness, and they appreciate that about you.
If you are currently in separation with each other, Justice as love outcome means your person is satisfied with your situation right now. If you are separated by distance, they are happy with your current arrangements. They’re happy with the amount of energy, time, and effort that you’ve put into the relationship. They also think the ‘unspoken rules’ you have are fair. For example: the partner with more resources or a more flexible schedule does the traveling or covers travel expenses. Your person feels confident that you’re an honest person acting in good faith. If you’re enquiring about an ex, your person is satisfied with how things ended. They are not very likely to be interested in reconciliation. Although they may feel sadness, they know it was for the best and felt it ended fairly. Your ex feels they’ve learned an important life lesson from your relationship.
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If you are asking about what is the outcome of a relationship, and you draw Justice reversed, that means that there are issues of unfairness and lack of balance in your relationship. Perhaps one of you feels like they’re giving more than the other. You or your person could feel like the relationship is one-sided. This lack of fairness can also manifest in broken promises and infidelity. Your person could feel betrayed – especially if they feel they’ve invested a lot of energy into the relationship. What is needed in this relationship right now is honesty, integrity, and good communication. A level-headed approach to problem solving will get you a long way.
Justice reversed as love outcome is a sign of unfairness. This unfairness can be external such as treating a partner in an unjust, dishonest manner. But it can also be an internal unfairness such as lack of self awareness or an unwillingness to acknowledge their role in disagreements. There could be an unwillingness to take responsibility or be held accountable. Your person could be prone to unfairly blaming you. If communicating your needs to your partner isn’t working, try an impartial mediator. If that doesn’t work, Justice in reverse advises you to seek justice elsewhere. You deserve better.
If you are wondering about a potential relationship, Justice reversed as love outcome means unfairness. This could come in the form of unreasonable expectations for the potential of a relationship. This card is astrologically associated with Libra, which can be notoriously in love with the idea of love. They can’t stand being single. This card asks you to stay grounded and be realistic with your expectations. Your person could be the one pressuring you with unrealistic expectations. Make sure you present yourself in an honest, transparent way so you can tell if they truly love you for you.
If you are in a new relationship, Justice reversed as love outcome means something being off-balance from the get go. You could just have started off on the wrong foot. You just need to find out if you can get on the same page, and then try to get on the same page. The Justice card is a card that represents logic. Logically and on paper, you seem like the perfect couple. Yet, something feels missing. Perhaps there just is no chemistry. Alternatively, you could really want to be with this idea of an ideal partner, even if you feel nothing. Forcing a relationship you’re not quite feeling is unfair for both parties.
If you are in an existing relationship, Justice reversed as love outcome means there is an unbalanced dynamic in this relationship. This could be in terms of energy, effort, time, communication style, or finances. Alternatively, you may have begun to realize how incompatible you really are. Perhaps you started off this relationship romanticizing your differences. But in the long run, you’re finding that as reality sets in and the fun wears off, opposites don’t really attract. Another possibility with this card is that one of you is expecting to legalize the relationship, and the other isn’t ready. If things aren’t progressing at the pace you’d like, try having a conversation with your person..
If you are currently in separation with each other, Justice reversed as love outcome means there are lingering resentments. Whether you’re separated by distance or you’re enquiring about an ex, your person is bitter. If this is about an ex, they’re unhappy with how things ended. The break up could have very well been justified, but they’re unwilling to take accountability for their indiscretions. They may even resort to blaming you. If you are in a long-distance relationship, the resentment is about an imbalance. They could feel you’re not putting in as much effort into the relationship that they are. Or, alternatively, you could feel this way about your person. Communication is always challenging when you’re long-distance, but being very clear about what you expect from each other is also especially key to keeping the relationship going. If you honestly have time or financial constraints, let them know.
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For love readings, Justice reveals the cyclical and karmic nature of love and life. When we are good to others, they will return it to you in spades. Justice reminds us to practice loving kindness, because what we sow is what we reap. If we lean into Justice’s fair and balanced nature, we will be a better partner in our relationships. By being compassionate and empathetic, you will invite positivity and love into your life.
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