The Judgement card shows women, men, and children who are rising from the grave to respond to Angel Gabriel’s trumpet call. Their arms are outstretched ready to receive their judgement. They are to meet their creator and find out where they will spend the remainder of eternity, in heaven or hell. A large mountain range in the background signifies the insurmountable obstacles and the impossibility of avoiding judgement.
What does it mean when Judgement is pulled?
The Judgement card suggests the need for self-reflection, looking inwards to assess our actions. There is a need to gain a clearer understanding of ourselves in order to grow. This card reminds us of the seriousness our actions can have and the inevitable consequences. If you have made mistakes in the past, it is time to let go of them so that you can move forward. Let go of any feeling of guilt and regret. Make time to evaluate what you have learned to avoid making the same mistake again.
What does it mean when Judgement is pulled reversed?
The Judgement card reversed means that a time for reflection and assessment is needed. Maybe you feel like you are being judged by someone or that you are judging yourself harshly. You may need to overcome your own inner critic. Listen when you hear your inner critic, becoming aware of it so that you can start to replace it with words of affirmation and positivity. Now is the time to practice self-forgiveness and self-acceptance.
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