Number 33

Definition of Number 33

33 is a relevant newcomer to the Master Numbers; some numerologists use it, and some reduce it down to the single digit number of 6. If you've got other Master Numbers-11 and 22-in your reading, then it makes sense to look at 33 too. However, if 33 is the only Master Number in your numerology, then reduce it to 6 and interpret it that way. Remember, the name "Master Number' doesn't mean that you're elite or that you've 'mastered' something already. Their purpose in your numerology reading is to show you that your life is likely to be particularly challenging and hard to master in this area. 33 is the most difficult of the Master Numbers to balance. 

There's no foundation with 33, no focus or innate sense of direction. It is showing you that you perhaps lack responsibility, that you're ready to just leave your obligations and what you thought was the norm in your life and go off on a whim or a fancy. Usually that calling is something philanthropical or spiritual in some way. 

You could be forgiven for mistaken a 33 in your numerology as 'divine intervention,' because it may seem that way more often than not. The enigmatic calling of 33 is so hard to recognize and assimilate; it's just pure energy, it simply 'is,' without needing cause or purpose or explanation. It's hard to understand, even harder to put into practice. 

There's a reason why some numerologists call 33 'the master teacher,' and there's also a reason why it happens so rarely. Many people who think they have a 33 in their numerology reading actually don't. One of the pitfalls of this number is setting yourself aside from everyone else, and being deluded that you're somehow special, somehow apart from the rest of the human race. This is the illusion that 33 spins, and also the very reason why it's usually interpreted as 6. The minute you feel that you're separate from everyone else, you've lost everything that 33 was sent to bring to you.

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