“Every judgment of conscience, be it right or wrong, be it about things evil in themselves or morally indifferent, is obligatory, in such wise that he who acts against his conscience always sins." - Thomas Aquinas
Every so often the card of Judgement comes in to show you where the truth falls, and sometimes it is not always what you have expected. Judgement reminds you to look at all things in an objective manner.
The statement “objects in the rear view mirror appear closer than they are“ applies when you look at all aspects in your life with an almost indirect focus. Look at what has fallen out of balance in even if it means to look at all aspects of your life with more magnification.
Judgment requires one to use clear insight as a basis of objectivity without self-critique but in a harmonious manner. Objectivity requires a deep perception that can be understood in a manner that motivates and inspires, rather than condemnation of the self and of others. Being conscious when you address all manner of relationships in your life will become easier to resolve and understand.
Judgment calls for discernment which comes from real insight in a constructive manner and free of dogmatic self-destructiveness.
Think in a solution-based manner. Think long and deliberately before you finally reach any particular judgment. Be mindful that thinking in this way is not solely based on intellect, but also requires the involvement of your Body, Spirit and Soul as represented by the three figures at the bottom of the card.
Judgment can become a natural process of assessment in harmony to resolve most issues in your life. In time you will realize that this manner of self-assessment will lead to a fulfilled way of approaching life.
At times of Imbalance: the best plans may not always work out as you expect it to, but take note that that the universe always self-corrects according to your intentions.
Medicine requires that you accept the challenge to rise above a singular limited outlook and to see things from a higher whole perspective. Recognize and accept past experiences and approach the present in a more objective manner. It is important to not become fixed in judgment but to acknowledge the motions of your life.
Judgement suggests that you meditate on the following statement: "I maintain balance in all my choices, at all times"
Question: Which methods will you use to gain deeper insight and greater wisdom?
Mantra: The more I know, the closer I am to the Divine.