Judgment | CULT Tarot Card Meaning
+ A fresh start, a reunion; building a new definition of fairness
– Mistakes, suffering, and loss; cleansed
Instead of Judgment as an action being acted out upon us, what if it referred to exercising our ability to choose. Black Phillip’s head combined with this figure is not condemning anyone but patiently waiting for your decision.
Maybe it’s time to come to terms with something and pick a lane. You have the freedom to do whatever you deem necessary— but your actions have consequences.
Often these cards have asked you to think about how your actions effect other people but this card is a reflection your previous movements and asking if you have assessed whether they worked for you or not.
When I was 29 years old, I hit a wall in my life. Looking in from the outside you would think I was fine. I had a job and was in a relationship. Things were ok. However, on the inside I felt like I was barely keeping it together. I could never quite catch my breath because I was always on the edge of a panic attack. One day I was laying on the couch and realized that if this kept up I was going to die a slow and miserable death. It became clear to me in that moment this fact was terrifying to me. So, I slowly got off the couch and asked for help. That lead to one thing, then another and now I’m doing ok. My life isn’t perfect and I have my bad days but it’s nothing like before. Discovering my deepest fear was slowly closing in on me took longer than I would have liked but I was able to pivot get back on solid ground. Now, when I eventually leave this earth I know that I will have done everything I could to live deliciously.