The role that a person plays in adjusting to the real world is the result of a split personality, when one person continues to live in the world of his ideal illusions, but creates a special game mask to effectively interact with the real world. Such masks we call game templates and role-playing games.
The inferiority complex generates megalomania and the question " Who Am I?"A person divided in two does not understand whether he is good or bad. "Who Am I?"- the person asks each counter. And if people say, "You are good," the person falls into pride and megalomania. Having become imbued with pride, a person begins to force people to lie, calling him good.
Split personality is often associated with drug addiction. The drug suppresses the real person and creates a dominant sub-personality, and the real person is suppressed and becomes passive. Various fears and sources of pleasure can create subpersonalities.
The carrot and the stick create a split personality in the squirrel trapped in the wheel of samsara. A bad squirrel runs from a whip, a good squirrel runs after a carrot. The fear of getting the whip, the fear of not getting the carrot, multiplies and, having reached a critical mass, sublimates into suspiciousness, generating whole worlds of illusions full of fears and sufferings.
Progressive disintegration and split personality is associated with an increased desire for self-control. The desire for power triggers the principle of "divide and rule". The more proud a person is, the greater the disintegration of his personality. Humility of pride makes a person whole.