Claire. Almost thirty.
In search of answers and her self.
Sitting on the shoulders of giants, I contemplate the universe. I observe reality. But what does it mean? What is the truth? What is consciousness? And who am I? So I travel. And I try to understand.
For years I have been thinking. I have always thought a lot. Probably too much since the beginning. And I do not know if I’m really thinking or deluding myself. Still, at the end of 2015, I started a journey to try to find answers about my place in the universe, on what the future was holding for me. Yes, on all of that. The answers did not fall from the sky but I changed. A little. I hope. While traveling, I discovered many things about myself, about my relationship with the planet and nature, about openness to consciousness. I also lost sight of my needs and let my fears obscure my mind.
Peregrinus Mundi was a simple blog at the beginning but today I want this website to support a long-term project. This project focuses on three goals: – Study my development and reflection through my quest to get out of depression and find out who I am – Confirm that I am able to successfully complete a creative project – Start to approach in a documentary way my travels by reflecting on ecological and humanitarian themes.
So it’s a work in progress. In permanent evolution. It changes according to my discoveries, my failures, my openness to consciousness and reality. It’s a travel diary, a story, a tale, with photos and videos, a chronicle, a documentary. With poetry maybe. Transpiring my desires, my needs and what I want to learn and discover. Or it’s my ego speaking alone. An illusion. A gibberish with no end. You choose.
For now I am in Chapter 4. It talks about learning to face depression and opening to awareness. It’s also a breath of fresh air and a revival of ideas and motivation.