Are you a Libra? Do you want to explore your zodiac sign and its connection with tarot cards? I can help you! With this article we will learn everything there is to know about this zodiac sign, its related tarot card and so much more. Let’s see which Tarot Card represents Libra.
What Tarot Card Represents Libra?
The Tarot Card representing Libra is Justice, the eleventh card (XI,) of the Major Arcana set.
How does this Tarot Card represent Libra?
This tarot card represents Libra as they both have a sincere, honest and harmonious personality.
The Justice Tarot Card Meaning
The general meaning of this card is easy to understand and is linked to justice. However, justice does not just mean fairness, but also of harmony, balance and firmness of opinion. In general, the meaning when the card is straight is not necessarily positive: the basis is that everyone reaps what they have sown, so if we have sown well the result will be positive, if we have sown badly we must fear negative consequences. Justice forces us to look within, trying to understand what we did right, what we did wrong, and make the right decisions to move forward. It also indicates control, which is particularly important in difficult situations, and also time, generally the time it will take to achieve what we want: the situation will settle down, even if it takes a while to do so. The meaning of control is also reflected in personal and work relationships; the situation will tend to improve, but only if we know how to respect harmony and balance, overcoming the obstacles that will be posed (also in relation to the other cards that are present: the more justice comes forward in the deck, the more obstacles there will be and consequently the longer the time needed to overcome the difficulty. Justice also indicates everything that concerns the law, institutions and juridical relations with other people.
The symbolism behind the card
The card depicts a stern but impartial woman, a woman who administers justice in a clear-cut way, with her gaze fixed forward and firm. On her head she has a headdress, which varies slightly according to the different versions of the card, while in her hand she has two typical objects: the sword of fatality in her right hand, ready to strike those who make mistakes, and the scales in her left hand, a symbol of judgment. She typically sits on a throne and is dressed in red with a long cloak that completely covers her. She can be compared to various deities of ancient religions, including Osiris, who represented justice in the Egyptian religion, and Themes, for Greek mythology.
Tarot card’s connection with Libra
The scales symbolize that part of us that is never disturbed, nor offended, nor traumatized by anything, as if it had signed a perpetual peace treaty. The goal is to achieve an untouchable inner harmony. However, tranquility must be achieved through the action of the will on awareness; Libra has no natural defenses to maintain balance so peace must be sustained with relentless commitment. It does not happen automatically. The paradox is this: Libra, a symbol of calm and balance, has tense nerves like the strings of a violin and its concern is to ensure that they are not plucked. Being totally vulnerable and sensitive without complaining and staying calm. How can this be achieved? A Libra must learn to recognize the early symptoms of emotional imbalance and never let tension ignite a chain reaction: always turn it off before it begins. The perception of harmony in the outer world translates into calm in the inner world and for this reason Libra, a sign still ruled by Venus, the goddess of beauty, needs to constantly beautify the environment. For the natives of the sign, issues related to friendship and marriage are central: Libra is always half of something and the peace they seek comes in part through the location of their other half. Relationships are often an area of strong growth intensity for a Libra, and this means a lot of evolutionary work and turmoil. Libras want to form deep and harmonious bonds, but the danger is that, in order to maintain the semblance of harmony in a relationship, they get so nervous that they lose their inner serenity. The constant quest for balance and harmony is what connect the justice tarot card with the Libra sign perfectly.
You can use the justice card if you need to attract more justice and honesty your way, for example if you’ve been dealing with some dishonesty because of someone in your life that is trying to hurt you or something like that. This card can help you enhance and attract more balance and justice your way but it’s also a great way of knowing what to do if you are a bit confused over some decisions you have to make. If you are into meditation, keep this card between your hands while you meditate and ask it to show you the way. It can be a great way to boost the main features of your sign. If you are dealing with some law issues you can use that card to win a court case and to enhance your possibility to have justice from someone who tried to hurt you and damage you from a legal point of view.
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