Number 11

Definition of Number 11

11 is the first of the three Master Numbers. Where 11 appears in your reading, it's usually not reduced down to a single digit but interpreted as its own energy. The name 'Master Number' doesn't mean that you're a master of anything in this lifetime, nor does it mean that you've automatically mastered the lessons that these numbers have come to teach you. They're called Master Numbers because they're more demanding of you than the single digit numbers, and it will take more effort and integrity to 'master' them and understand their purpose in your life. 

The Master Number 11 is a blend of 1 and 2. It takes the drive and purpose of 1, and combines it with the compassion and grace of 2. It's a unique blend of qualities that brings with it a captivating vibration that endears you to many people, even when you're making a mess of things trying to understand just what you're meant to be doing with your life. You want to get ahead, but you're perhaps too bashful or reserved to really make your wishes known. You'll have to find a way to engage others in your journey, or your plans may indeed just remain dreams and wishes. 

11 is creative and charming, but pay close attention to where it falls in your numerology reading. It will expose your fears, and show you where you hesitate and overthink things. 11 is an enigma in every sense of the word, and it may be hard for others to understand you, even though they'll be drawn to your charm. Don't abuse their affection by taking it for granted. 

11 indicates where you need to dream your dreams but prepare to work to put the foundations under them. 11 has to have a goal, and if it doesn't it will start to become lazy and moody. This is a 'knife-edge' number, showing you where you've got the biggest potential for success, and also the greatest capacity for failure. Which path are you going to take?

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Full Moon

When the entire face of the moon is visible from Earth, opposite the sun and unobstructed from Earth's shadow, it is considered a full moon. A full moon occurs approximately every 29 days. 

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