When I created a persona called Vera Nimova as a fictive character to tell stories, I wanted to understand and to be able to define the limits of objectivity in storytelling and even if it’s a general approach I was (and still I am) curious how to build up a transparent wall of gel to communicate – and also self-defend – through that. To generalize feelings, pain, and anxiety. It is an interesting and great experiment for self-liberation.
“The authoritarian character has not reached maturity; he can neither love nor make use of reason. As a result, he is extremely alone which means that he is gripped by a deeply rooted fear.
“….that he is gripped by a deeply rooted fear.
…a deeply rooted fear.”
-or a disrupted parental care –
“He needs to feel a bond, which requires neither love nor reason — and he finds it in the symbiotic relationship,
in feeling-one with others; not by reserving his own identity, but rather by fusing, by destroying his own identity.
…but rather by fusing, by destroying his own identity
"The authoritarian character needs another person to fuse with because he cannot endure his own aloneness and fear.”