In ancient India and Tibet, the infinity symbol represented perfection, dualism, and unity between male and female.
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 sex
ual union and of "two becoming one." The infinity sign stands for wholeness and completion.