Life Purpose Archetype Number 11

If your Life Purpose is symbolized by Archetype Number 11:

You are a Conduit for Inspiration

Master Numbers in General

In general, Master Numbers, such as 11, represent Big Mission potential for expression and manifestation.

Having Master Number energy can feel like being plugged in and running a voltage of energy that is more intense than other people may be experiencing. Grounding is very important! To be grounded means that your focus of awareness is in the present, and it includes awareness of your body and a sense of connection with the earth.

Having a Master Number is like functioning as a toggle switch.

When you are grounded, if you have Master Numbers in your Life Purpose, Mastery Potential becomes accessible. When resting or ungrounded, the switch will flip and you will shift to the Number 2 as a restorative function.

Master Number 2-11:

The Peace Maker (2) & Master Teacher and Messenger (11): All the values and capacities found in the “2” are included in Master Number 11. Eleven is considered to be the archetype of the Master Teacher or Messenger, here to uplift and inspire others as a conduit for information and energy.

Life Purpose Archetype Number 2

When I am at peace, so are we!

Peaceful Partnering

If your Life Purpose is symbolized by Archetype Number 2:
You are a peacemaker!

Archetype Number 2 symbolizes all pairs of opposites and duality (day and night, male and female, black and white, yin and yang). The Number 2 vibration is the energy of balance, peace, and diplomacy. It is the energy that follows Number 1 (leadership) and Number 2 supports the ideas put forth by Number 1. The sensitivity of the Number 2 allows one to strengthen and support the manifestation of one’s goals, intentions, and bring harmony to life.

LIFE BLESSING - Life purpose 2

On the path of Archetype Number 2, you learn how to be at peace, in partnership with yourself, others, and life. This includes the human capacity to experience peace that is independent of conditions or circumstance; a peace that surpasses all understanding, that becomes possible as you partner with the Divine. On this path of development, you realize that you are not alone. You learn how to be me with you.

For Archetype Number 2, when you are centered and aligned, you:

  • Value peace and harmony above all
  • Are a skillful communicator
  • Support others, and love to work in the background
  • Can hold multiple perspectives
  • Are deeply sensitive and receptive to your own feelings and the feelings of others
  • Simultaneously set, hold, accept, and honour boundaries
  • Have the gift of diplomacy and mediation
  • Navigate and coordinate many different, even conflicting, needs into a coherent whole
  • Know your peace is valuable and important for the good of the whole

When stressed, triggered, in need of healing or additional leadership skills, you may:

  • Have trouble communicating with others clearly
  • Be so focused on others that you can’t set appropriate boundaries
  • Feel chaotic inside and have trouble integrating your thoughts and feelings
  • Have a perspective in life that is polarised, black or white, either/or.
  • Be insensitive to your own feelings and needs
  • Overreact and be overly sensitive to what others say or do
  • Find it difficult to get along and work with others, both individuals and teams
  • Allow others to take advantage of you, then criticise and blame them
  • Be challenged by flowing with the energy, emotions, thoughts, and opinions of others
  • Fear and therefore avoid conflict

Example of the Peacemaker at work

Mahatma Ghandi

Mahatma Gandhi is an iconic peacemaker who provides an extreme example of someone expressing the attributes of the Peacemaker archetype. Gandhi, the preeminent leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India, stepped out from behind the scenes and took his stand for peace without physically fighting with others to win. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world.

His commitment to peace was absolute, and the ripple effect of his ability to protest injustice through non-violent methods, a beautiful embodiment of the Number 2 Archetype in us all. (He was perhaps exhibiting the “peace at any price” tendency of the number 2 that I do not advocate.)

Perhaps you’ve been active in peaceful demonstrations for a cause you believe in. The Women’s Marches around the world on January 21 2017, were powerful demonstrations of the Peacemaker archetype at work.

Your pathway of the two is dedicated to peaceful partnering.

Popular examples of Life Purpose Archetype Number 2

  • Former Presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, and Ronald Reagan
  • NBA star Michael Jordan
  • Performer Madonna
  • Actress Jennifer Aniston
  • Former Secretary of State Colin Powell,
  • Motivational Speaker Tony Robbins
  • Performer Bob Hope
  • Naturalist Terri Irwin

Famous Sayings that Exhibit Life Purpose Archetype Number 2: You are a Peacemaker!

  • It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
  • “Imagine all the people, living life in peace.” – John Lennon (Imagine)
  • “Blessed are the peacemakers…” – Matthew 5:9

The Life Purpose of a Peacemaker is the energy that you came here to be. Like a radio station, you broadcast the energy of your Life Purpose 24-7, just because you exist. The expression of each Life Purpose Archetype will constantly evolve and influence your choices each day throughout your lifetime.

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