I was driving home from Northern Minnesota one night and I saw a perfectly formed infinity sign in the sky. I was driving and taking this photo so it isn’t as clear as what I actually saw. Here is a highlight of the sign:
If you look closely you can see a heart in the lower loop.
The infinity sign was the center piece of my personal soul portrait for 2015 so I feel there has to be some significance to me seeing it in the sky.
Here is a bit about the infinity symbol also known as the lemniscate:
The infinity symbol is a geometrical representation depicting the perpetual motion/interaction of Energy and Matter and their indestructibility. The English term “infinity” has been derived from the Latin term “infinitas” which is translated as unboundedness”.
The infinity sign, the figure of eight, and the mathematical lemniscate all refer to the same shape that contains a wealth of complex meaning within its fluid lines. This mysterious symbol is found on an everyday object, the camera, where it appears as the infinity lens focus.
As a mathematical device, the infinity sign was first “discovered” in 1655 by John Wallis, but its significance as a religious symbol is much older. The infinity sign has its origins in the Arabic numerals that actually came from India in the first place. The sign can be drawn in one continuous movement, making a seesaw movement of clockwise and counterclockwise loops. These loops reflect the balance of opposites; male and female, day and night, dark and light.
Because the circles of the lemniscate sit side by side, the sign implies equality between these opposing forces, with the connecting point in the center the convergent point. The sign epitomizes the idea of sexual union and of “two becoming one.” The infinity sign stands for wholeness and completion.
The true nature of the infinity symbol lies in its multidimensional nature, and this nature reveals itself to us in layers of awareness.. The middle point represents the interlocking point, the merging point, the anchor point or the zero point consciousness where the two “parallel” or “opposite” balance each other out.
This point represents the two polar opposites, the matter and anti-matter, the parallel nature of everything in Creation. (e.g. parallel universes) and the Twin Flame nature of All That Is. It represents the Divine Balance within the Divine scale of these two opposing forces: the Divine masculine and feminine. There is an infinite flow of in-breath and out-breath exchanged, there fore the infinity symbol is a continuous loop.
The infinity symbol represents the endless cycles of Life in Creation, as a continuously flowing, “in and out” from Source itself. Everything functions as counterparts, which are always equally aligned and counter-balanced while the middle Source point is always still, which is the nature of Eternity. So the external lines of the symbol represent the nature of Infinity of Creation while the merging point represents the Eternity of Source.
The Ascended Master Saint Germain began with an image of two circles that symbolized the separate entities before remembering the Twin Flame journey. He continued by showing the infinity symbol and described how this was the beginning of the Twin Flames journey.
As the two circles come closer together and begin to form the two halves of the eight, (infinity symbol) this symbolized the beginning of the coming together of the Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine. Through working together -whether in the physical or the etheric realms- they would experience within the inner eye of the heart the moving energies as they traveled around the infinity symbol. As the two energies meet in the middle they can be clearly seen as the magnetic energies of the Divine Feminine and the electric energies of the Divine Masculine.
I have some ideas about what this sign means to me which I am keeping sacred for the time being.