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.
As they meet, energy is released and this is not unlike sparks flying. He explains that as this happens it is like a clarion call to many entities throughout the many different houses of God who have waited for this since the beginning of creation. They have prepared and waited to rush in and support as it is requested. The significance of which and the why will be revealed later. Germain further stated that he would come back to the infinity symbol as he progressed further through the explanation of the symbol. Germain then began to describe the significance of the triangle.
The two lower corners represent yet again the Divine Masculine at the one, and the Divine Feminine at the other corner. At this stage of their development the Twins are very much still in duality. As the Twins work closer together in releasing old limiting patterns and ego, the flames at the very center of the triangles base would move closer together and would appear to become almost one. This is when the pinnacle of the triangle comes into play.
It represents in essence the Mother Father God aspect of the merged Twins and is a sign that the Twins have moved beyond duality into triality: which essentially means that they are now functioning almost as one being in two bodies.