What is the meaning of the tarot card Justice in a love reading? Help?
I did a reading on an ex of mine and me, and the other cards were very good, but I don’t know how to read the tarot card Justice and the house it was in, “What is the true potential for the relationship?” Most meanings, seeing as we are both single, is we will get back, but I’m not sure. And yes, nothing is set in stone, I knowww. ;] So if anyone can define justice with the meaning of the question, it’d be greatly appreciated, Thank you!
Suggestion by Martin S
Oddly enough the danger of tarot cards is admitted within the ranks of tarot card readers themselves. The readers cannot explain how the tarot readings work, and the decision to use a particular system in reading the cards is entirely a matter of the personal preference of the reader. In other words, two readers could read the same spread of cards and come up with entirely different interpretations of those cards. Tarot card readers also say that the tarot can only provide a static “photograph” of a situation, and that our own choices and actions determine our future-not the cards. If this is the case, why use the tarot cards at all?
Tarot Cards: No Hope for the Future
Tarot cards represent the fact that we all want to know what the future has in store for us. One could argue that it’s actually commendable to want to make good decisions in the present based on our knowledge of the future. However, since the future hasn’t happened yet, there is no power here on earth that can tell us what’s in store. In order to have a hope for the future and gain the wisdom to make sound decisions now, we must tap into the power of the Creator of the universe – the only One who knows our future – God. Your future is written in the pages of God’s Word, the Bible; and God never changes, and His Word is not open to multiple interpretations. So, rather than basing your actions on a deck of cards and betting your future on the whims of card readers who admit that “nothing is written in stone,” why not place your trust in the unchangeable God who wants to be personally involved in your future.
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Suggestion by Stella
A friend of mine who reads Tarot said it could simply mean that all your karma has now been balanced and that you no longer have a reason to be together any more, or that will be so in the future. Not all relationships are meant to last forever, some just exist to teach us something.
Suggestion by Matt
Reading just that card in the context of the question, I would say that balance is the key to any outcome that you may have with your ex. This balance will involve being openly honest with each other and sharing mutual respect. If you can maintain this balance of respect and honesty you will put yourselves in a better place to connect in a relationship whether it is platonic or romantic.
Hope this has been of some help to you.
Tarot card meaning for a reading?
If i have the moon,star,and the lovers in my reading what does it mean?
Suggestion by cano_chaos
the basic answer is,dreams of hope and love. to really answer tarot in depth. i ask what method was used for this reading.was any of the cards reversed and is this reading for yourself or someone else.
Suggestion by Helen
Among other things, it depends on whether it was a general reading or if you asked a specific question, what spread positions the cards were in, and whether or not they were reversed.
Basic general card meanings:
Moon – imagination, intuition, subconscious mind, deception, illusion, depression, mood swings
Star – inspiration
Lovers – choices, conscience
These are all Major Arcana cards so if you were using the full deck including Minor Arcana these cards represent major life issues/lessons and not mundane stuff.
Suggestion by Rev. Lynn D.
That cannot be answered correctly with the information you are providing. Were these three cards in answer to a specific question? Are they part of a larger reading. It is not possible to give a good analysis without more info.
Suggestion by Maralee Fox-Heins
The answer will depend upon what your question was but just looking at this combination of cards points to a situation where you do not have all of the necessary information to make a truly informed and clear decision because there is a lot going on behind the scenes that you are not aware of. Also, be aware of wishful thinking.
Joy to you,
“Find your own Tarot path soon because the longer you follow another’s way, the less likely you’ll ever find your own.” – MFH
Can anyone tell me the meaning of the Knight of Cups in a tarot card reading?
The woman reading my cards said that this card was my card, and I’m just curious as to what this card means in general.
Suggestion by Hatir Ba Loon
It depends. Tarot cards have different meanings depending on where they are in a spread, and what cards are in relation to it…I think tho that it might have been used as a “Querent” or a card used in the spread to represent the person asking the question.
If the reader knows the questioner, they might pick the card based off of personality, which would mean it would be indicating A talented young person, romantic, and possibly an artist of some sort…
However, if they don’t know you, they’ll pick a card which kind of matches the physical description, which is, light/medium brown hair, hazel eyes, and medium skin..
Suggestion by level 5 copier
The Knight of Cups-
Upright – Change and new excitements, particularly of a romantic nature. invitations, opportunities, and offers. A person who is a bringer of ideas, opportunities and offers. He is often constantly bored and in constant need of stimulation, but also artistic and refined. A person who is amiable, intelligent full of high principals, but a dreamer who can be easily led or discouraged.
Ill Dignified or Reversed – Unreliability and recklessness. Fraud, embezzlement, false promises and trickery. A person who is congenital liar, someone who has trouble discerning the end of the truth and the beginning of falsehood.-
Suggestion by sybil_the_soothsayer
When a knight card is evident it is saying balance is needed in the person’s life…
On the positive side, the Knight of Cups is a sensitive soul. He is a poet – a lover of all things romantic and refined. He uses his imagination in wondrous ways and taps the deepest levels of emotion. He knows how to create beauty and share it with others. On the negative side, this Knight is prone to flights of fancy and illusion. His melodramatic moods are legendary, and his emotions often get the better of him. He’s too temperamental and takes offense easily. He can’t stand unpleasantness and will always let others deal with it.
In readings, a Knight of Cups shows that his sensitive style is involved in the situation as an aspect of you, someone else or the atmosphere in general. You need to ask yourself, “Is this Knight’s energy helping or hurting?”
If his style is evident, then balance is needed. Are your feelings appropriate or excessive? Are your daydreams unrealistic? Is someone’s moodiness driving you crazy? Is your home life ruled by emotion rather than common sense? It may be time for a change.
If this Knight’s energy is missing, a dose of poetry may be called for. Are you too restrained? Express your feelings. Do you always make the most practical choice? Go for the extravagant one instead. Do you avoid introspection? Take some time to look within and think about your life…
Suggestion by Astrapulvis
The knights tend to be the extremists of their suits, or sometimes a messenger. Knights generally are still on their way to reaching full potential and may represent some struggles or conflicts between internal and external forces. On a physical level knights can be male or female and generally the same age or status. I really don’t hold much stock in getting more specific with physical characteristics because I have found the cards to seldom concern themselves with such things. Cups signifies romantic or familial (i.e. brotherly, maternal) love, religion or faith, passive emotion, kindness, depression, and is the most feminine of the 4 suits. Trying to get more specific is really tough without more cards, position in the spread and knowing something about the situation.