Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 78: Structural Disintegration (ii)
The destruction of the event is not the structurality of the construction. The destruction of an ideological structure is not the constructed intent of any processes seeking an end beyond form. The foundational understanding of time is contingent on language. The destruction of time is the erasure of language. The undertaking of any construction is the failure once again. The construction of any salvation is not construed on psychological time or any foundation thereof. The realm and space beyond structure and thought, language and form, is that which is lacking in most states of being. The structural destruction of form is not an active process. The structural disintegration of any one thing is the undertaking of a journey unknown to mind.
The history of language is one encapsulated in time. Language is the structuring of mind. All structuring is ideological. Ideology is the systematic thingness of thought. It is the symbolic ordering of a cultural process. It is encapsulated thought forms encased in form.
It is the responsibility of the artist to undertake this and any journey. It is the responsibility of this or any writer to become that which can overcome any challenge, any barrier, any form. It is the responsibility of the writer to transcend language and thought. It is the responsibility of this or any writer to undertake the measuring of the impossible, of the incomprehensible. The structuring of time has consumed the length of time. It is the self-devouring meta-narrative of mind based thought forms. It is the sentient monster of form discovering new worlds. The incomprehensibility of this state is marred by the limitations of this or any language, by this or any barriers to systems of interpretation based on the sculptured cognitive wells of psychological time.
To consume time is one kind of construction. To identify with time is the accentuating of a collective cultural consciousness unconscious to its own existence. Time and language are inseparable. To achieve states beyond language and thought is the essence of mediation.