Love Tarot and the Judgment Card

Love Tarot and the Judgment Card
Understanding the Judgment tarot card in love tarot readings.

Often, when the Judgment tarot card appears in a tarot reading, you are required to take a good look at your past actions and behaviors. This is the time to take stock and carefully review your progress. When it comes to questions about love, the same principles apply. In a love tarot reading, the Judgment tarot card asks you to take a good look at your relationship and determine if it is living up to your expectations.

Traditionally, the Judgment card refers to the fact that an important part of the journey has been completed. In this respect, a transformation has occurred. There is a new level of maturity and awareness. With this new awareness comes a greater sense of responsibility. The Judgment tarot card proposes that one get accountable for their past actions and choices. The ultimate goal is to learn from one’s experiences in order to achieve the world (the next and final card in the major arcana).

In love tarot readings, the Judgment card often calls for the evaluation of a relationship’s status. Is the relationship working or not? Do you continue to grow closer as a couple or are you living separate live emotionally? This represents a crucial stage in any relationship. There needs to be honest and open communication. Both partners need to evaluate whether or not their needs are getting met and if they feel their relationship warrants more investment to bring it fruition. Relationships will either transform or fall apart. If a relationship does fall apart, the Judgment card can indicate that there are new beginnings in the near future. Chances are you won’t be single for long.

On a personal level, both the single and partnered individual have the opportunity to look at how they relate and attach to romantic partners. When the Judgment tarot card appears in a love tarot reading, there is usually a need to re-examine your past and present relationships. It’s important to identify what you want in a relationship. It’s also equally important to assess the qualities you don’t want in a relationship.

©2011 All Rights Reserved. Images of individual tarot cards are from the Aquatic Tarot Deck created by Andreas Schröter and are used with his permission. They are for example purposes only.


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