"TEMENOS", the theme of the statue, is derived from Jung's 'temenos' concept, which is the equivalent of spiritual space in which evil cannot enter. This is the place that protects the person from the outside pollutant effect. Temenos appears in many ways: a city square, a garden, a room or a prison cell, like a sacred site for the gods. But they are all safe places where one's own self build and discover his own meaning, free from all external influences.
"Our egos are the TEMENOS walls surrounding our idiosyncrasies, every house, every door, every wall, every fence, every obstacle reflects an access problem. It wraps the holly, special. Our rules prevent harm to the temenos of our soul and personality. It is like this, every obstacle, border guardian of the sacred.
Such as the walls of silence or the miscommunication of noise between two people.
In the next readings, we learn that the circle drawn in the square is the symbol of bisexuality in Ancient China, that the circle represents the sky, God, eternity, the earth globe, the matter, and the human in the opposite square of the circle.