Eugene Gendlin came up with the wonderful phrase “implicit intricacy.” It has to do with this: We know more about the world than we can fully express.
But there is also more to the meaning of “implicit intricacy” than can be expressed in this description, or any other 🙂
How can I convey a sense of the “more” that I cannot capture explicitly through words? I let my mind wander, and, sometimes, something comes up which feels right (even though, logically, it does not necessarily make sense). On the left of this paragraph is one such image.
Here are 3 other images that people have sent that evoke the notion of “implicit intricacy” for them:
from Suzanne Noel
from Vera Rolfine Fryd Lyngmo