Understanding the Reversed Justice Card in a Love Tarot Reading
When it comes to love tarot, a reversed Justice card indicates that you may be experiencing some unfairness. Perhaps you feel as though your love life hasn’t turned out the way you wanted it too. You may feel as though love comes easily to others but not to you. You need to be careful not to let your feelings of despondency prevent you from continuing you pursuit of love. Your own attitude could be preventing you from meeting the perfect match!
In a love tarot reading the reversed Justice card can also indicate the need to get your life in balance. If you have been focusing primarily on your relationships, you may be failing to meet other obligations. You also need to be careful that you are not blaming people for your mistakes. The Reversed Justice tarot card can signify that you are not taking responsibilities in your own part in your relationships. The best course of action is to acknowledge how your behaviors, ideas or perceptions are influencing your romantic behaviors.
If you are currently in a relation and draw a reversed Justice card in a love tarot reading, it may refer to the fact that you and your partner have been experiencing a great deal of conflict or strife. Battling this out or proving that your right won’t solve your problems. It will only make matters worse. The best solution is to explore the reasons why you are not getting along in a very diplomatic and neutral way. The two of you need to look for positive solutions without blaming each other.
If you are single and pull the reversed Justice card in a love tarot reading, you may need to come to terms with the fact that your expectations of a relationship are to extreme. You need to adjust your frame of mind about an ideal partner. A reversed Justice card can also indicate untruths. Make sure you are not telling yourself something that simply isn’t true. Self-deception or distorted thinking can prevent you from moving forward.
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