Rebirth, renewal, awakening, transformation, judgment, redemption, clarity, decision, forgiveness, evaluation, revelation, second chances, self-discovery.
Self-doubt, indecision, avoidance, ignoring a calling, delayed judgment, resistance to change, missed opportunities, fear of consequences, denial, reluctance to face the truth, stagnation.
The Judgement card in the Tarot often represents a time of reflection and self-evaluation. It can symbolize an awakening or a call to action, indicating a pivotal moment of transformation or decision-making. The Judgement card asks for a deep self-assessment, calling on one to rise up to personal challenges, make critical decisions, and embrace transformation for a higher good.
Judgement in a Love Reading in the Upright Position:
Renewal: For relationships, this can signify a period of reawakening and rekindling. It suggests leaving past mistakes behind and starting anew with a sense of forgiveness and understanding.
Reconciliation: If there has been a separation or conflict, Judgement may indicate a time when both parties are ready to come together, evaluate what has happened, and possibly reconcile.
Decisions: It might also be time to make a critical decision regarding the future of a relationship. It’s about hearing the "call" and making a judgment that will affect the relationship's direction.
Judgement in a Love Reading in the Reversed Position:
Refusal to Learn: There may be an inability or unwillingness to face the problems in a relationship, or to learn from past mistakes.
Fear of Commitment: One or both partners might be ignoring the call to take the relationship to a deeper level of commitment or to address essential issues.
Stagnation: There can be a sense of being stuck in the past, unable to move forward in love and partnership.
Judgement in a Money Reading in the Upright Position:
Financial Reevaluation: You may be taking stock of your financial situation, assessing your progress, and making important decisions about future investments and expenditures.
Recovering Losses: It could indicate recovering from financial missteps and learning valuable lessons that contribute to a more stable financial future.
Career Calling: A calling towards a new career path or a realization about what is truly fulfilling in one's professional life.
Judgement in a Money Reading in the Reversed Position:
Poor Financial Decisions: Previous financial decisions may come back to haunt you, requiring a reassessment and change in strategy.
Missed Opportunities: There might be regret over missed financial opportunities or failure to heed important advice.
Lack of Accountability: An unwillingness to take responsibility for financial actions that have led to current circumstances.
Yes or No Meaning
Judgement in a Yes or No Reading in the Upright Position:
Yes: Judgement typically indicates a "yes," but it comes with the caveat that this affirmation is part of a larger process of evaluation and transformation.
Judgement in a Yes or No Reading in the Reversed Position:
No, or not yet: There may still be unresolved issues that need addressing before moving forward to a positive resolution.