Updated: Mar 21
Infinity meaning without any bound and something larger than any natural number has had mathematicians talking for centuries. The symbol for infinity was invented by English mathematician John Willis in 1657- De sectionibus conicis. Today we see the shape of a figure of eight sideways linked with jewellery, symbolising eternity, empowerment, and everlasting love. Did you know there is even a health machine that works on the figure of infinity? Discover this and much more!
Infinity & Beyond
"To Infinity & Beyond" famously said by the fictional character Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story, meaning without limits, limitless, the sky is the limit!
Throughout history where there were obstacles that seemed impossible, many took the "im" away from impossible to make the most challenging prospects possible. As the saying goes "where there is a will, there is a way". What will you challenge yourself with and make possible today?
Have you heard of the Fibonacci Sequence? This mathematical sequence goes from 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, and on to infinity. The ratio between the numbers (1.618034) or frequently called the golden ratio or golden number. Amazing examples of these can be found in nature from leaf arrangements on plants to the pattern of florets on flowers. Though one of my favourites is from ammonites and the pattern of snail shells. Leonardo da Vinci's 'Vitruvian Man' is said to illustrate the golden ratio.
Ammonite Paving in Trento, Italy ©MDHarding
Sun Ancon Chi Machine
A few weeks past I had the opportunity to try the Sun Ancon Chi Machine for the first time here in Edinburgh with the lovely Joy from Peace Harmony and Joy.
Designed, developed, and produced in japan back in 1988, the Sun Ancon Chi Machine is known as the goldfish exercise. As your body moves like a fish or in the shape of infinity, the energy stimulates oxygen and increases the life force within.
The five-minute session was very relaxing, afterwards, I felt like a bottle of fizzy juice all shaken up. Something I would like to try again!
Have you tried it yet?
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