— Truth and integrity will be fairly and justly compensated —
JUSTICE TAROT CARD MEANING
THE JUSTICE TAROT MESSAGE
the law of cause and effect, being responsible for your choices and actions, balance, equity, fairness, doing the right thing, karma, ethics, consequences, values, knowing right from wrong, legal matters, retribution
The rules of art and creativity are often meant to be broken. As are the rules of life. When is it okay to break the rules? What are the consequences?
EXPERIENCING the Tarot JUSTICE
And all the things race through her mind as she approaches the gateway of Justice. Even though the destination is the same, the way she arrives has great bearing on her experience of the journey.
Have I done the right thing? Do I feel proud of my actions?
Have I been honest and fair? Do I walk with integrity?
Have I acted in alignment with my heart and with my values?
In the beginning, there is choice. In the middle, there is Justice. Law. Karma. And in the end, we meet our own hearts with great clarity. Sometimes, what’s ‘right’ or correct can be difficult to discern. And now, with the giant Muse of Justice in front of her, she questions her steps. She knows she has done her best to choose a path of love. Of right-ness. Of integrity. But she is imperfect and there are times when she falls into the grey. There is always the grey, the times when things don’t feel black or white, even though Justice seems to see two tones. She pauses and holds her breath while the giant Muse rises in front of her and watches her on the path. Lights shine down and spin from above. Two hands hold opposite energies, and they test and weigh her outcomes. And with a simple nod the two doorways flash day and night, and she walks the bridge on the right hand side, making her choice. She has been following the rules set by her heart and by society, and with her steps of love she has been set free.
With a choice that lays before you, test the two doors of Justice.
What landscape lies in the third door, that sits above the door of right and the door of wrong? What space lies in the liminal, between the door of day and the door of night? Is there an emotion attached to that space? Experiment with a colour to express that in-between.