Tibetan Infinity Symbol
It is an ancient symbol that represents the interrelationship of the spiritual path, the flow of time and movement within that which is eternal. All existence, he tells us, is linked to time and change, to finally rest serenely in the divine, the eternal, the mind of God, of divinity.
The Infinite Loop or Mystical Knot, represents the heart of Buddha and is one of the eight auspicious symbols of Buddhism. It is called the Infinite Loop, because there is no beginning or end point in it. Which means that Buddha's knowledge is unlimited and permanent. The Tantric Masters gave it to their disciples to bring their blessings and protection. Because of its meaning, the Infinite Loop symbolizes an endless cycle of good fortune, unlimited success, continuous luck, eternal love and lasting health.
The infinite loop of the Shrivatsa represents the interconnection of all things in the universe. In Buddhism, it is taught that all beings are interrelated and that our actions have an impact on the world around us. The Shrivatsa serves as a reminder of this interdependence and the importance of acting with compassion and wisdom in all interactions.
The infinite loop also suggests the idea of continuity and eternity. In Buddhism, there is a belief in reincarnation and the continuity of the cycle of birth, death and rebirth (samsara) until reaching enlightenment. The Shrivatsa is a reminder of this continuity and the aspiration for liberation from the cycle of suffering.