A 40-ager’s thoughts… master numbers

I’ve always ‘heard’ that birthdays with two of the same number — 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, and 99 — are supposed to have special significance.  Never knew exactly what.

Come to find out, numerologists call these numbers Master Numbers. (Though some numerologists only consider 11, 22, and 33 to be Master Numbers.)  Though I can’t seem to find any way numerologists relate these numbers to birthdays… my interest was related to this being the 22nd birthday of my first-born daughter.  

The 22 is the most powerful of all numbers, and is often called the Master Builder. The 22 can turn the most ambitious of dreams into reality. It is potentially the most successful of all numbers. It has many of the inspirational insights of the 11, combined with the practicality and methodical nature of the 4. It is unlimited, yet disciplined. It sees the archetype, and brings it down to earth in some material form. It has big ideas, great plans, idealism, leadership, and enormous self-confidence. If not practical, the 22s waste their potential. Like the 11, the 22 can easily shrink from its own ambition, causing difficult interior pressures. Both the 11 and the 22 experience the pressure-cooker effect very strongly, particularly at an early age. It must work toward the realization of goals that are larger than personal ambition. The 22 serves the world in a practical way.

Maybe I need a ‘Math brain’ to fully understand this…?   -_-

I still think the birthdays that have double digits of the same number are cool and should be extra-celebrated since they don’t happen very often.  Let’s party!


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