The Justice tarot card has a strong significance in a soulmate reading. The Justice Tarot Card represents the astrological sign of Libra which supports balance, partnership and equality. Libra is the seventh house of the zodiac and the ruler of long-term partnerships. Venus, the planet of love and emotions rules, the 7th House of Libra.
APHRODITE AND VENUS
In ancient Greek mythology Aphrodite is the name for the goddess of love and beauty. And Venus is her Roman counterpart. Venus describes how you love, what you love and who you love. But will also define the soulmate relationships coming into and out of your life. When Justice appears in your soulmate reading it can indicate the relationship will move to commitment. Or if you’re already married, it can also symbolize divorce.
Venus and Libra rule our love and emotional lives. And we feel that influence in all relationships – business, personal and soulmate alike. Venus guides our romantic lives and influences our tastes and attractions. If this is the case, you have a higher probability of creating an enduring soulmate relationship. Venus reveals how we experience, and share beauty. It also defines how we assimilate and absorb life changes, character development, personal and spiritual growth and personal empowerment. All through the ever-expanding role of your ever evolving relationships.
JUSTICE TAROT CARD
In some tarot decks, Justice is often blind folded as many statues and illustrations of Justice can be. It’s not an implication that love is blind. But it does show how we will not judge a person or potential soulmate by external looks alone. Soulmate relationships are not shallow and not founded on external beauty alone. This doesn’t mean your soulmate will be ugly. Of course you’ll be deeply attracted to them. But it’s not the shallowness of an immature relationship solely based on physical beauty or lust.
A soulmate relationship is much deeper and connect on the inner beauty and soul characteristics of a soulmate personality. As a matter of fact you may find your soulmate is just not your type. But you’re undoubtedly drawn to them because of their inner qualities and characteristics. Simply put, they speak to your soul.
SOULMATES AND JUSTICE
When Justice is present in a soulmate reading, it indicates the karmic nature of the relationship. In the mundane world, Justice can indicate legal contracts, binding agreements made between parties and a sense of law and order. Likewise, in the spiritual world it’s an indicator of a karmic relationship.
During a soulmate reading, Justice can indicate the binding soulmate contract between two souls. This agreement serves to provide life lessons and experiences to each other during a life time. It will also indicate the Universal law (and order) which are required for that soulmate relationship to exist due to the nature of the binding soulmate contract.
The Justice Tarot Card also indicates karmic justice and karmic law. It’s heaven’s justice on Earth. There is the karmic nature and agreements of a soulmate relationship. It also shows the karmic fallout that can potentially occur if the soulmate contract is violated or abandoned. And that would be due to the free will of one of the soulmates in the relationship. Often the scales of justice can tip when there is karmic fallout from a soulmate relationship gone awry.
KARMA KARMA KARMA
Universal karma is swift and thorough and often makes lessons much harder for the offending soulmate. This is usually carried forward into other lifetimes, which is why soulmate relationships can be so difficult to manage. When you meet your soulmate there’s a feeling of instant attraction or inkling that you know this person. You have. In another dimension or in another lifetime. It’s the soul recognizing and acknowledging a soul from past lives and past experiences coming together again to work through their soulmate karma.
Other cards surrounding the Justice card will also further define it. For example, if it’s close to the 3 of Swords, it’s likely an indication the relationship is coming to an end. A combination of Justice and the 3 of Swords indicates divorce when reading at the mundane level. But during a soulmate reading it can indicate that the soulmate relationship and the soulmate contract is coming to an end. This means the karmic ties between you are complete. And you have each successfully worked through it.
At other times Justice can be combined with the 2 of Cups or 4 or Wands. These two cards are show a relationship coming together. And for the long haul. The 4 of Wands represents celebration of hearth and home. A celebration of love. Many readers use it for marriage during a soulmate tarot reading.
There are many other tarot cards that are significant in soulmate readings. Keep coming back and checking to see what else we write about as it relates to soulmates, soulmate relationships and soulmate readings.