...develop several different concepts simultaneously.
"Paranoiac-critical activity makes the world of delirium pass onto the plane of reality"
Dalí him self said that it was: "... a spontaneous method of irrational knowledge based on the systematic objectification of associations and delirious interpretations... ".
Dalí's extraordinary imagination produced ideas that he related and made more accessible to us throughout the manipulation of images and well-known objects.
In his mind he managed concepts of Freud, Nietzsche, Voltaire, Kant, Spinoza, Descartes; the techniques of Velázquez, Vermeer, Leonardo, Botticelli, Rafael, Michelangelo; the influences of Picasso, Miro, Magritte, García Lorca, Bruñuel, Breton, Eluard and other surrealists. All these elements, his childhood and his relationship with Gala, explain only partially, the types of nutrients that existed in his brain.
Dalí states: "...up until now I practice it successfully, even though I don't know what it is presicely. In general terms, it's the most rigorous systematization of the most delirious phenomena and materials, with the intention of making my most obsessively dangerous ideas more tangibly creative. This method works only if there is a soft motor of divine origin, a living nucleus; a Gala - and there is only one.".