Justice is calling you to reframe whatever situation you're currently navigating. If you've been struggling with how to proceed in a certain area of your life, it's time to put your emotions aside and look at things through a more balanced lens.

The path ahead is not strictly black or white. The sometimes cloudy grey area is more than likely where you will find the solution to your problem. Channel your inner Judge and find a balanced solution that honors both the dark and the light.

Justice reminds us to remain objective, to avoid making assumptions based on emotions, and to remember to be fair to all involved.

General Readings

When you receive Justice in a general reading, it's a call to step back and view your situation from a more detached point of view. The choices you make now will have a lasting effect on your life, so make sure you weigh everything fairly before coming to a final conclusion. Act fairly and rationally, and don't let your emotions get the best of you.


When you receive Justice in a love reading, it's a reminder to handle relationship conflicts with fairness, respect, and compromise. Drawing this card can also indicate that what you're experiencing in your love life is a direct reflection of the energy you've been putting in. Karma doesn't judge. It only gives back what we've put out. Be conscious of putting more in if you want to get more back.


When you receive Justice in a career reading, you're being called to take responsibility for your actions when it comes to work-related matters. As long as you act with integrity in all situations, your career will flourish. Receiving Justice in a reading can also be a good omen that career issues will work out in your favor, as long as you've been honest and fair in all your dealings.

Negative Aspects

When Justice shows up in a reading with negative aspects, it indicates that the same type of situations seem to be repeating themselves. Oftentimes this happens when we are reluctant to learn the lessons we're being called to learn. It's important to become aware of where and how you've been repeating old behaviors, so that you can change how you operate. It's okay to admit if you were wrong. That's how we learn and grow.