Behavior, Errors of
a) Self‑Enclosed Behavior occurs when the psychism negates or denies the objective, outside world,
b) Altered Behavior occurs when the psychism negates the internal or psychological world, and
c) Dysfunctions between the psychism and the world occur as ritualized behavior in which one deprives an object of its objective quality and converts it into a psychological quality, thus replacing one's body in relationship with the world by performing only psychological operations.
This attitude, which is inefficient when one must deal with the world of objects, can in fact be effective when one is acting upon other psychisms in which case it is an adequate conduct. In the case of magical or emotional consciousness (See) the element of ritual takes on decisive importance.