When infinitheism unfolded, we noticed 4 'i' in it: 'i'nf'i'n'i'the'i'sm. On the very first visual impression, the 4 'i's connoted apart from many other things, 11:11. What seemed like a coincidence and purely circumstantial has now evolved into a sacred minute: 11.11. We call the minute from 11.11 to 11.12 as the infiniminute.
Even a piece of stone, when it gains collective mass attention, it gathers vibrations. That’s how a block of granite, chiselled into a form, in gaining collective mass attention becomes a symbol of the divine. That’s how a piece of wood, carved into a form, in gaining collective mass attention becomes an altar of God.
Similarly, by virtue of hundreds of thousands of people converging into silence at the same minute (infiniminute), 11.11 has become the sacred minute of the day for infinitheists. Like in a game of tug-of-war, where the collective strength also becomes the individual strength of every member of the team, the power of collective vibrations also becomes the vibration of every individual connected at that minute.
Khalil Gibran said, “When you pray you rise to meet in the air those who are praying at the very hour.” In the context of infiniminute, let us rephrase that as, “When you are in silence, you rise to meet in the air those who are in silence at the very minute.”
If not as an experience, at least as an experiment, join us for 11 days at 11.11 with a one-minute withdrawn silence, and wait to see miraculous possibilities unfolding in your life… If it works for you, then simply continue… Invest 11 minutes across 11 days, and we have faith that your life will never be the same again…