Reconciliation Tarot Cards
In my experience as a tarot reader, these are the most common cards that appear in a reconciliation tarot reading.
Justice Tarot Card
The Justice card represents balance, fairness, and justice. It often depicts a figure of justice or a judge holding a sword and scales, symbolizing the need for impartiality and objective decision-making.
In a reading, the Justice card may indicate that you are seeking balance and fairness in your life or a situation. And that you may need to make a decision based on logic and reason rather than emotion. This card can suggest that you need to weigh the pros and cons of a situation, consider all sides of an issue, and make a choice that is in alignment with your values and principles.
Alternatively, the Justice card may indicate that you are experiencing the consequences of past actions or decisions. And that you need to take responsibility for your choices and make amends where necessary. This card can suggest that justice will be served and that the truth will be revealed.
Often this card symbolizes telling the truth, making amends, and being ethical and open with another person.
The Judgement card represents a moment of reckoning or awakening. It often depicts an angel or figure of authority blowing a trumpet, with people rising up from graves or coffins in the background.
You are undergoing a period of self-reflection and evaluation. You may be called upon to make important decisions or take action in response to what you’ve learned. This card can suggest that you are being called to account for your past actions or to make amends for mistakes you’ve made.
Alternatively, the Judgement card may indicate that you are experiencing a spiritual awakening. Or even a moment of clarity that brings new insights and perspectives. It may suggest that you are ready to let go of old patterns and beliefs that no longer serve you. And embrace a new sense of purpose and direction.
Overall, the Judgement card is a powerful and transformative card that encourages you to take responsibility for your actions, make amends where necessary, and move forward with a renewed sense of purpose and direction.
Three of Cups
The Three of Cups is a tarot card that generally represents celebration, joy, and friendship. It often depicts three women dancing and toasting with cups in their hands, symbolizing a gathering of friends or a joyful occasion. This card is about happy reunions, weddings, and other social events where people come together to celebrate and enjoy each other’s company.
You are surrounded by positive and supportive people in your life who bring you happiness and a sense of community. And you are about to experience a time of joy and celebration, whether it’s a happy event or a personal achievement.
Eight of Cups Reversed
In the upright, this card symbolizes emotionally disconnecting from a situation or a person and walking away. In reverse, this would suggest an inability to stop feeling for someone. It can mean your person is on their way back to you and still feels the emotional pull of this relationship.
Overall, the Eight of Cups in reverse can indicate a need for introspection and a willingness to embrace new experiences. It can be a reminder to let go of what no longer serves you and move forward with courage and purpose.
Six of Swords
Honorable Mention Reconciliation Tarot Cards
Some of the cards below are precursors to reconciliation or supporting players in reconciliation readings.
These cards often represent communication or information. Communicating with an ex is the first step to reconciliation.
Ace of Pentacles, Ace of Cups, Ace of Wands
These can all symbolize the start of a new cycle, a new beginning. The Tens end cycles. Both the Ten of Swords and the Ten of Wands indicate painful endings in love. Depending on the surrounding cards, these can indicate a new lover or a new cycle with a former lover.