This is the closest thing I could find to what you describe in the extensive web site of symbols.com. There you will find about a thousand symbols presented graphically, along with a description of their origin and/or meaning.
The symbol above is the for the four evangelists in Gnostic church architecture. More commonly it is shown as
It was also used by Dr. Timothy Leary, the late Harvard professor and LSD experimenter, who promoted it as as a symbol for the League for Spiritual Discovery.
Even if this is not the answer you seek, I think you will enjoy browsing the more than 25 pages of symbols that begin at http://www.symbols.com/encyclopedia/02/index.html
Click "next" after viewing each page and you will be presented with many more. Also visit the alphabetical index by description at
SYMBOLS.com: Word Index: C (for C) and all the other letters. (look under "Chinese", in particular). I, along with the others helping out here, have been unable to find the symbol you describe among Chinese symbols or characters. My daughter-in-law is from mainland China and has a college education. She assures me that she has never seen a Chinese symbol similar to what you describe.
Other mystics and New-Age experts have joined in the search. This is not my field of expertise; I was just trying to help, using online search tools and my Chinese inlaws. I hope you find what you are looking for.
Are you certain this is a Chinese symbol and not Celtic?
I have studied symbology for many years, this symbol eludes me at the moment! Please let me know.
Peace, Love & Happiness,
The Mystic Wave
oops, sorry, I didn't notice your second post concerning the double infinity - It is part of the 18 essences. It is for acknowledging the balance of Ego and Soul, Matter and Spirit, as they are expressed within the physical form. It is a ball of energy that seeks and cleans energetic blockages and congestion throughout the whole of you.
It deals with Chakras - Chakra is a Hindu term.