Vectors of the soul I: a child


In my paper 'Vectors and Structures' I explored how the abuse of a child, by a narcissistic parent (or other significant attachment figure) effects the relationship of an abused (grown) individual with God. This three-parts theatre investigates the mechanics of narcissistic abuse in the Church and its consequences for a soul.


The structure of the soul: a real Self and a potential for "flipside"


A new born human being : red - a real Self to be formed ; black - a potential for "flipside"

or fake self



Developement of real Self: a responce to beauty   Developement of real Self: secure attachment


beauty & secure attachment - development of real Self



Deliberately inflicted pain: shrinkage of real Self & growing "flipside"   Deliberately inflicted abuse: shrinkage of real Self & growing "flipside"


deliberately inflicted pain & abuse - shrinkage of real Self & growing "flipside"



Fake self overthraws real Self: "the turn"


"turn upside down": 'fake self overthrew real Self.

Last scene: an abused person  has practically no means of relating to the other, God, or human, in a normal way. His real Self is overtaken by a phantom, his flipside.