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By: delphine norwirth

forms finding words

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forms finding words records inner movements entering awareness through images taking on words that arrange themselves in their own order. It delves into the complex relationship between worded language and the mental imagery, memory, and experiential patterns that shape our understanding of what is. Inspired by, among others, the works of Carl G. Jung, Gaston Bachelard, and e. e. cummings, the author explores how these dynamic forms produce series of words that reveal the patterns in our consciousness, thereby contributing to a deeper awareness of our inner truths and of the world around us. Whether one is a student of philosophy or curious about the modes of human consciousness, this volume offers a thoughtful and accessible inspection of a process that touches every aspect of human experience.

The author has published extensively in another field and has chosen to protect her privacy by using the pseudonym Delphine Norwirth.

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