What Are Master Numbers in Numerology? The Meaning of 11, 22, 33


You’ve become an expert at catching angel numbers when they appear, and now you’re obsessed with numerology. And I can see why: Numerology is a subject full of metaphysical charm! Take some time to learn about master numbers, which you might’ve seen on TikTok. Let’s remove the mystery:

What is a master number?

Ready to unlock some serious numerology magic? There are three master numbers: 11, 22, and 33. A master number holds special significance because it offers double the power of the number it reduces to. According to the ethics of numerology, master numbers are never reduced back to a sum vibration of 1 through 9. Master numbers must remain at a double digit sum, equating to their master tendencies.

A master number can be found when calculating your life path number, name numerology number, and universal year number. You can also take it a step further and get astrology involved: Observe the planets in your birth chart along with your Rising sign and midheaven placements and see if any degrees land at a master number.

Each master number unlocks coded information you can use to tap into a higher vibrational frequency of understanding through personal embodiment.

How do you find out if you have a master life path number?

When calculating to see if you have a master number within any of your personal numbers, such as your life path number or name numerology number, you want to be sure to add the numbers correctly. Master numbers aren’t common, and those who hold master numbers in their charts have a lot to accomplish while facing great adversity.

Master number people are often considered to be “late bloomers.” If you’re a master number, you’ll realize that you have to work through a lot of the limiting beliefs relating to the reduced version of your respected master number.

For example, if you have a master number 11 in one of your personal numbers, you’ll notice that you tend to be a people-pleaser, and you could get too caught up in being of service to others. That’s because 11 reduces to 1+1=2. In numerology, 2 centers on collaboration, partnership, and being of service. In order to tap into the true gift of the master number 11, you must learn how to balance your personal pursuits while being thoughtful of others in the process.

Grab a pen and paper, because we’re going to do some math magic!

Let’s focus on adding up your life path number to see if you add up to a master number. If you don’t have a master number in your own life path number, try doing this equation for people closes to you to get some practice and share the knowledge.

To find your life path number, you’ll do this equation: Birth month + birthday + birth year = life path. But is it a master number? Let’s find out!

We’ll use my birthday as an example: January 28, 1989.

You’ll want to substitute your birth month with its appropriate number. This creates the life path formula of 1 + 28 + 1989.

Next, add the numbers together to get one large sum: 1 + 28 = 29 + 1989 = 2018.

Take that large sum number and reduce it down to single digits unless you get a master number: 2 + 0 + 1 + 8 = 11

Now, let’s try an alternative method of adding that reduces the birth year into a smaller sum.

For example, Paris Hilton was born on February 17, 1981. This creates the life path formula of 2 + 17 + 1981.

Next, add the numbers together to get one large sum. Remember, this time you’ll reduce the birth year down to its own sum as well: 2 + 17 = 19 + 1981.

Now reduce the birth year, 1 + 9 + 8 + 1 = 10. That leaves us with 19 (the sum of her birth month plus her birthday) + 10 (the sum of her birth year). This further reduces to 19 + 10 = 29 = 2 + 9 = 11. So Paris Hilton is a life path master number 11.

The three master numbers

Master number 11

The number 11 is considered mystical, intuitive, and spiritual. Because it is a number that is composed of two 1s, you’ll want to take 1’s numerology tone into consideration as well. In numerology, 1 is the energy of leadership and initiation. If you are a master number 11, you’re meant to lead in some capacity and trust your gut instincts. You’re also very psychic and an old soul.

Furthermore, if you reduce 11 down further, you get 1+1 = 2. This grants master number 11s the ability to tap into strengths of 2’s numerology as well. The power of 2 means that you can be seen as someone who is disciplined, fair, and nurturing.

Master number 11 folks tend to be highly sensitive to energy. Master number 11, your task is to get out of their own way and release overthinking.

Master number 22

In numerology, master number 22 is considered imaginative, great at building and orchestrating elaborate visions, and dedicated to creating stability in life. Because it is a number that is composed of two 2s, you’ll want to take 2’s numerology tone into consideration as well. The number 2 has the energy of decision-making, codependency, and community.

If you are a master number 22, you’re meant to gather others to share your ideas and think about the bigger picture. You’re solution-oriented! Master number 22 folks tend to be highly materialistic as well. You can accomplish a lot of material success in this lifetime, but don’t let it consume your existence.

Master number 33

Master number 33s in numerology are considered creative humanitarians with a tendency to overthink everything. You’re meant to be eccentric and original, because that is your key to tapping into success this lifetime. Because 33 is composed of two 3s, you’ll want to take 3’s numerology tone into consideration as well. The number 3 has the energy of communication and empathy.

On the other hand, if you add the 33 down it becomes a 6. This grants you the ability to tap into strengths of the 6 as well. The number 6 has the energy of love and responsibility that you feel deeply dedicated to within your soul. You might feel compelled to make a difference in this world or help out humanity.

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