Justice Tarot Card in a Soulmate Tarot Reading

The Justice tarot card often comes up when the questioner asks about a soulmate.

Soulmates partnerships are often signified by the Justice Tarot Card. Partnerships, balance, and equality, along with the Libra astrological sign are represented by this card.

The seventh house of the zodiac is Libra, which is the ruler of long-term partnerships including romantic relationships. The ruler of the 7th House of Libra is Venus, the planet of love and emotions.


Ancient Greek mythology tells of Aphrodite, who is the goddess of love and beauty. Venus is Aphrodite’s Roman counterpart. Venus will define how you love, what you love and who you love. It will also describe your soulmate relationships and when they may appear.

If you get the Justice tarot card during your soulmate tarot reading it can symbolize your relationship is moving to a higher level. But it can also symbolize a break between the partners. This depends on the cards placement within the reading and the reader’s interpretation of the card itself.

Venus and Libra rule our love and emotional lives. There are many instances when we feel that influence in our relationships. And that goes for business partnerships, personal and of course soulmates.

Venus will guide our romantic journeys and can influence our attractions and individual tastes. If you allow this guidance, you have a much higher probability of having a long-lasting soulmate relationship. Venus will reveal the way we experience and share beauty in life. Additionally, it will define the ways we react to, assimilate and absorb changes in life.

Venus also defines our personal empowerment, the development of our character, and our spiritual and personal growth. You achieve this through the ever-expanding role of your ever evolving relationships.

Justice Tarot Card in a Soulmate Tarot Reading
Justice Tarot Card in a Soulmate Tarot Reading


Certain tarot decks have the Justice card graphic include a blindfold, like several illustrations and statues representing justice. This card doesn’t imply that love is blind. It reveals how we shouldn’t make a judgement of person or potential soulmate in a superficial way.

Soulmate partnerships are soul deep. They’re not shallow and nor based on physicality. Although soulmates can have chemistry and attraction, their connection lies deeper. Physical changes can occur and diminish attraction, but it will not diminish the strength of a soul connection.

This of course doesn’t imply there’s no physical attraction between you and your soulmate. There will actually be a deep attraction between you. But it’s so much more that just simply chemistry, lust or someone’s physical beauty.

A soulmate relationship speaks to and awakens your soul. Once you both awaken to the significance of your connection and embrace it, there’s no turning back. Surprisingly, your soulmate will probably not be your usual type. Yet you’re drawn to them anyway because of their inner qualities and for reasons you simply cannot explain.


The Justice tarot card indicates the karmic nature of a soulmate relationship. In a general reading, the Justice card indicates legal contracts, along with binding agreements between parties and a sense of law and order. However, in the spiritual realm it’s indicative of a karmic relationship.

When the questioner asks about soulmates the Justice tarot card can reveal a binding soulmate contract between two souls. This agreement will offer opportunity to for life lessons and experiences as individuals during a lifetime. It will additionally reveal Universal law (and order) which is needed for a soulmate relationship to exist due to the nature of the binding soulmate contract.

The Justice Tarot Card relates to Karmic law and justice. It is the universal version of justice on Earth. There is a karmic nature and agreement for every soulmate relationship. This card can also speak of the karmic fallout that can potentially occur if a soulmate violates or abandons their soulmate contract.

This is the responsibility to the free will of one or both soulmates in the relationship. The universe is not held responsible for the choices soulmates make. The universe creates the connection, the soulmates create the relationship. Quite often the scales of justice will be out of balance when there is karmic fallout from a soulmate relationship that has gone down the wrong path.


Universal karma wastes no time. It is thorough and can/will make the lessons much harder for the offending soulmate. You can learn the lessons the easy way, or the hard way. Your choices dictate the difficulty level.

This karma is often brought forward from other lifetimes, which is why soulmate relationships can be so frustrating. When you first encounter a soulmate, there’s a feeling of instant attraction or inner voice that tells you this person is familiar to you in some way.

Some people describe it as a deja vu. Even though you just met you feel you already know this person. And you do. It was either in another lifetime or in another dimension. It’s a soul recognition, and you’re acknowledging a soul from past lives and past experiences. You have now reunited by coming together again to work through, learn and grow from your soulmate karma.


The other tarot cards surrounding the Justice card and their placement in the spread will also add more information and clarity.

For instance, if the Justice card is close to the 3 of Swords, it may be an indication the relationship is coming apart. There may be a break or break-up coming. The combination of Justice and the 3 of Swords indicates divorce when doing a general reading not involving soulmates. These two cards in reference to soulmates 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. But also remember not all soulmates are romantic partners.

At other times you might see the Justice card with the 4 of Wands or 2 of Cups. These two cards speak of a relationship going long-term. The 4 of Wands represents celebrations love, hearth and home, and for the long haul. Many readers see this card combination in a reading as an indication of an upcoming marriage for soulmates.

There are so many other tarot cards and tarot card combinations that reveal significant insight and information regarding soulmate relationships. We will be writing more articles about different tarot cards in the future to help those of you who want to learn more about the tarot in relation to soulmates.

Originally posted on 2011-12-29 @ 4:47 pm

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