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Judgement as outcome


What does judgement means for outcome of a situation related to purchase deal???

Is judgement talking about something in the past, or does it mean a fruitful outcome??
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What does judgement means for outcome of a situation related to purchase deal??? Is judgement talking about something in the past, or does it mean a fruitful outcome??
Judgement is all about letting go of one thing to get something else that is greater and better--usually this relates to a change in your life that can't be made until you let go of something that his holding you back. So in this case, it says that something you think is important will have to be let go in order to get what you want. But you will realize that letting this thing go was actually a very good move, and you might even wonder why you held onto it for so long.

For example, you really want a new pair of shoes but you can't buy them until you get rid of an old pair. And there's this old, old pair that you've held onto for years, you're sentimental about them, but they're out of style and falling apart and you never wear them....you finally get rid of them to get the new shoes, and once they're gone, you realize that you weren't as attached to them as you thought. In fact, you're glad they're out of your closet, because they were part of your old life, and it's good to release that and move on.

That may seem a slightly silly example, but it gets across Judgement's message in a purchase deal. Something you're holding onto has to be let go to make room for the purchase before you can have it, or if this is a deal, then you have to concede something in order for it to go through. But, Judgement promises that however hard it seem to concede that thing, you'll find, afterwards, that it wasn't a sacrifice like you thought. You'll feel like you freed yourself from something, and be glad of it.
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What does judgement means for outcome of a situation related to purchase deal???

Is judgement talking about something in the past, or does it mean a fruitful outcome??
It probably means that the purchaser really needs to search their heart about what they have committed themselves to, and whether they can really afford it.

Or that the salesman really needs to search their heart about *how* they sold it, any lies, deceptioon, or just concealment of relevant facts to the buyer.

Depends who you are reading for.
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should the purchaser go ahead with the deal....does the judgement means whatever mistakes they have committed in the past they will tend to commit them again...or its a positive sign
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should the purchaser go ahead with the deal....does the judgement means whatever mistakes they have committed in the past they will tend to commit them again...or its a positive sign
It doesn't say the purchaser should do it or should not do it, it's not positive or negative. It says do not do it UNLESS you are sure that you will not make the mistakes you committed in the past. It says do it if you are able to do things differently this time around.

You have to understand that about tarot cards. They don't like yes/no answers. So you're not going to get an absolute: "Yes, do it!" nor a "No, don't do it!" I'll repeat that a few times if I may...99% of the time you will NOT get an absolute yes/no in tarot. Do you understand? If not, re-read this paragraph until you do. Otherwise, you will trick yourself into seeing the answer you want to see in the cards, rather than seeing the truth and knowing what you should really do.

Tarot, in most cases, simply points out those things you need to understand or remember in order to help you make that decision. So. You clearly seem to want a "positive" yes-do-it answer...but the Tarot isn't going to give you that. Instead, the Tarot asks you: can the purchaser change or are they stuck in the past? Are they different now? Have they learned their lesson? Do YOU think they won't make that same mistake again? Are you sure? Be honest.

If they've changed, really, really changed, then the tarot suggests that they can go ahead. If they haven't changed, if they're going to make the same mistake, then they should not do it. Pretty clear. The answer is not positive or negative; it is simply contingent on what you know to be true.
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Judgement as the balance scale.

Weighing judgement on someone, something, in a literal sense, almost.

Sometimes it can represent stagnation, for me. Like there is no answer, Tarot doesn't know yet.

The balance can't be tipped unless you either make the move (persuasion in your case, perhaps making a convincing case) or wait till the purchaser makes the decision. Things won't go anywhere because it seems like either party won't make a move to make it happen, kind of like a stale mate.

This is what the Judgement card has shown me in the past.
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Judgement as the balance scale.
I think you're mistaking it for Justice--which is a common mistake. Justice has the scales in it. Judgement is the rising of the dead for last Judgement. Very different as it's already past time to balance things out at that point. All that can be done at "last Judgement" is to accept and be sorry for your faults, or forgive those wrongs done to you. It's too late to make things right, as it is with the Justice Card.
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Judgment can also relate to an Aha! moment, when you realize something you maybe didn't understand before. So, for a purchase deal, you might make a judgment or realization about the transaction that will sway what you finally decide to do about completing it (or not.)
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Judgment can also relate to an Aha! moment, when you realize something you maybe didn't understand before. So, for a purchase deal, you might make a judgment or realization about the transaction that will sway what you finally decide to do about completing it (or not.)
thank you everyone for your answers i did not have any Aha moment yet related to the purchase and found judgement all the more confusing related to the transaction
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Something second-hand or run down and done up - resurrected, brought 'back to life'. Or repair the old rather than buy new?
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