Liminality is the fancy anthropological / ethnography / jungian version of the concept I’ve been dancing around not seeing just out of sight in the corner somewhere. A few people have said it through the years and it didn’t click but now it did. Limen (barely perceptible difference) comes from the latin limen which is a doorway.

Liminality is the fancy anthropological / ethnography / jungian version of the concept I’ve been dancing around not seeing just out of sight in the corner somewhere. A few people have said it through the years and it didn’t click but now it did. Limen (barely perceptible difference) comes from the latin limen which is a doorway.

Truth is a location for humans. It depends on demarked boundaries. , Thresholds. Doorways. Mixing zones. Interfaces. Hallways between rooms (truth is a room with walls and doors). Truth has a membrane. More liminal / limen

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oh! interstice! I remembered interstitial which comes from interstice.
 
1a: a space that intervenes between things
especially : one between closely spaced things
interstices of a wall
 
b: a gap or break in something generally continuous
the interstices of society
 
2: a short space of time between events
 
discontinuity, gap, hiatus, hiccup (also hiccough), interim, interlude, intermission, interregnum, interruption, interval, parenthesis
 
[part of the limen / liminous kick i’m on, narrowing in]
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Ok, i found one example of it in my notes from 2019, looking up synonyms for “gap”.
 
chasm, crack, cut, difference, disagreement, disparity, divergence, divide, division, hole, inconsistency, rift, void, aperture, arroyo, blank, caesura, canyon, cleft, clove, cranny, crevice, defile, discontinuity, fracture, gorge, gulch, gully, hiatus, hollow, interlude, intermission, interruption, interstice, interval, lacuna, lull, notch, opening, orifice, pause, ravine, recess, rent, respite, rest, rupture, separation, slit, slot, space, vacuity, interspace
 
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