• 1 I try to let all energy flow in a pure line; this energy makes up our psychosomatic entity in relation to the universe, and within this, our psychology plays an essential role.
  • 2 The interlacing of lines, their flowing towards the infinite, symbolize the energy of our mind.
  • 3 The lines that make up the physiognomy of our figure express our thinking entity.
  • 4 The figure that sometimes appears in my drawings, representing a double or a second entity, symbolizes our psychic inwardness, which has an essential role within our existence.
  • 5 The afterlife, the life of the Spirit, are closely connected to our psychosomatic entity and to our essence.
  • 6 They both communicate and exchange messages that we can decipher in our dreams and intuitions.
  • 7 Thought and imagination are the tools that allow us to experiment transcendent truth.
  • 8 Spirit and matter communicate to one another the inputs in which spiritual and incarnate beings are involved. God is the surpervisor throughout this process, and nothing is beyond His control.
  • 9 In the way I see the world, our mind is the most important medium of our awareness.
  • 10 Without our mind, the five senses are not able to communicate the meaning of our existence to our inmost essence.
  • 11 Without God's thought, intercommunication between interior and exterior reality is deprived of the deepest content of this universe.
  • 12 Wordless communication is not totally devoid of thought.
  • 13 Intuition and transcendence take over where rational thought ends.