Are you worthy? Judgement is about giving yourself a review, and learning from both your triumphs and mistakes.
We see a winged angel in the sky, blanketed by clouds, blowing a trumpet. Below, the dead are rising from their coffins. This symbolizes the Christian Judgement Day. Like Temperance, this card is about balance, weighing our sins against our own good deeds.
Judgement: Yes or No
This card is a “yes,” if you are asking about a new situation or opportunity. If you are clinging to the past it is a no. Judgement is about forward momentum.
This card signifies a renewal, a rebirth of sorts. Follow your conscience and let it be your guide.
You are headed into a time of change. What have you learned? Are you moving in the right direction? Do you need to correct your course? Are you heading down a dangerous path?
Sometimes we can be our own worst critic. Other times, we let ourselves off too easy. Look for Temperance in this reading. Balance must be a achieved.
Before charging into the future, it’s important to know where you want to go and where you’ve been. Do an assessment of where you’ve been and where you’d like to go. Make the necessary course corrections and start moving forward.
Are the people around you judging you too harshly? Stand up for yourself. It’s important to take responsibility, but don’t become a scapegoat for others.
Are you able to move forward and leave the past behind you? You can’t undo what has already been set in stone. However, you can make amends for your actions and promise to learn from your mistakes. Thinking about your past failures and beating yourself up, won’t change your situation. You need to move forward.
Judgement Tarot Love
In relationships, this card is about letting go of the past and moving forward with a renewed understanding of yourself and your partner. Perhaps you’ve gone through an extended bad period in your relationship and things are just now getting back to a new normal.
They might have cheated on you in the past, or maybe they were keeping secrets. Whatever the case, you’ve worked past it and you are ready to move on.
Everyone has a rough patch now and then. You’ve assessed the situation and you’re both committed to making it work and are headed down a new path together.
If you’re single, you’re evaluating a potential partner. Learn whatever you can before making a commitment. Or perhaps you’re considering what kind of person you’d like to spend the rest of your days with. What are your deal breakers? What do you need and want from a relationship? These are important questions to ask if you’re ready to get serious with someone and settle down. It will save you a lot of heartache in the future, if you can be calm and rational about it now.