Soul Urge Number 22

 
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Soul Urge Number 22

Your soul urge number is one of the five main numbers that make up you Numerology chart.

The soul urge number reveals the secrets of your innermost self; your secret urges and desires that may be directing your behavior in ways that you are not consciously aware.

Learning about the meaning and vibrational essence of your soul urge number can help you decipher messages from your innermost self which can provide you with clues about the deeper meaning and purpose of your life.

 

 

If you have ever wondered why you are here or what greater purpose your life is meant to serve, deciphering your soul urge number can help.

Calculating Your Soul Urge Number

The soul urge number can be derived from your date of birth or calculated using the values of the letters in your name. Traditionally, the soul urge numbers have been assigned to specific days of the month.

In the case of soul urge number 22 this would the 22nd of any month. To calculate your soul urge number from the letters of your name, you will need to consult a Numerology letter chart.

This chart assigns values to all of the letters of the alphabet. Your soul urge number is the sum of all of the vowels in your full birth name.

It is important to use your full birth name rather than a nickname or shorted version of your name because that is the name that your soul chose when you emerged from spirit and took material form.

The Meaning of Master Number 22

Master number 22 is the number of the Master Builder, which has a heightened significance in the world of Numerology.

Those who have the number 22 in their chart are luminaries who are adept at bringing their soul’s creative vision into material form.

Though we do not usually add the individual digits of master number together to form a single digit, master number 22 can also be associated with the energy of number 4 since its digits add up to 4.

You may recall that the number 4 is associated with being detail oriented, meticulous and highly efficient, able to bring projects to completion with ease.

The energetic vibration of 22 is much like a 4 energy, but on a larger scale. The Master Builder can bring anything into material form, regardless of the perceived obstacles and problems that may arise.

In the Chinese I Ching, the kua or hexagram associated with number 22 is P’I which can be translated as adornment, elegance or grace.

The commentary on this kua says: “By contemplating the pattern of the Heavens, we can examine time’s unfolding; by contemplating that of man, we can successfully transform the world.”

In this commentary we see a recognition of a universal energy that operates in the heavens, in the world and within ourselves.

The Master Builder is in tune with that energy and can use it to produce tangible outcomes in the world of form.

The Meaning of Soul Urge Number 22

As a soul urge number, master number 22 means that you are at once a visionary and an architect, one who is both practical and creative and indicates that you have a deep desire to bring your vision into material reality.

This generally means bringing about an internal transformation which, once accomplished, will also transform your outer world in important ways.

People with a soul urge number of 22 desire transformation on the largest scale possible, often becoming diplomats, idealists and artists whose visions transform society on a grand scale.

If you have this energy in your chart, you are a big thinker whose ideas can help bring about social change.

Deciphering Messages From Spirit Using Your Soul Urge Number

The Master Builder can be associated with the Cobbler or Magician in the Major Arcana of the Tarot, and represents the creative forces that reside in all of us.

Another way to interpret the number 22 in terms of the Tarot deck, however, is to associate Master Number 22 with the unnumbered Fool card.

This may seem counter intuitive at first, until you realize that The Fool was left unnumbered so it could appear at either the beginning or the end of the Tarot sequence, and represents the neophyte or spiritual acolyte on a journey from delusion to mastery of spirituality.

The Major Arcana of the Tarot begins with The Magician in the first position and ends with The World (in some decks The Universe) in the 21st position.

The unnumbered Fool card could be placed in the zero position of the uninitiated world-ling, or in the 22nd position as a fully realized spiritual master.

When placed at the end of the Major Arcana sequence, The Fool is the spiritual pilgrim who has completed the spiritual journey and must now take what he has learned out into the outer world. In the Rider Waite Tarot, The Fool is pictured as someone who is confronting a yawning abyss.

The energy of soul urge number 22 supports you on your spiritual journey, providing your with creative resources that you can access any time they are needed. That is why, instead of looking down over the lip of the cliff, into the abyss, The Fool has his gaze raised to the heavens.

He understands that there is nothing to fear because he has accessed his own inner creative powers and is in alignment with the energy of the Master Builder, the energy that creates worlds.