Fragment nr.13 from “The Truth of Labyrinth”
1/ An existential experience
A day like any other, we are caught up by our automatisms, our usual rhythms, with their customary actions and thoughts, a walk in the woods, a job to do, exchanges with our peers, the usual daily difficulties, when suddenly the flows stop, we stop, we become anxious and afraid, we are stunned – and the human bubble suddenly unravels, cracks, because this is a staggering moment in our life. It suddenly reveals an elsewhere, a gaping opening: the immensity of our ignorance, of our solitude, as we face what lies ahead. The intuition is tremendous. The intra-human can no longer blind us, delight or reassure us. There is something else: a universe that seems unfathomable to our conscience.
2/ A force
The unknown shall be beyond this known divinity, which has been developed by man and will be a fallow field which cannot be shaped. Because how can we approach something that we are not aware of? With this exception that we begin to suspect that the Unknown, instead of being amorphous and without consistency, is actually constantly moving, swept on by forces that as yet are still occult – until the next discovery (scientific or other) which will enlighten us, teach us, unveil a something that is similar to our human condition.
3/ A risky assumption
Within this beyond, which extends beyond the divine and humanity, there is something else, something that has been set apart: a hole, a hollow, something that is devoid of materiality. Some will say: the Spirit in its purest form. An immaterial entity, endowed with energy. A starless galaxy. The frantic fall of the non-being onto itself.
4/ A pedagogical system
So many considerations, which in the intra-human, will give us an idea about a pedagogical system of not-knowing. Which invites you to meditate, to take a journey: far from the confines, from the presumption of being oneself and from something absolute. A pedagogical system whose only ideal will be our inner peace, with respect for our body, our sanctuary.