Intrinsic is a plunge into oneself's deep emotions, catalyzed by confinement and world isolation in times of uncertainty. Fueled by news on a global scale that would once seem absurd, and with no prospect of improvement, the anguish and disturbance permeate the individual who is in agony, adrift and waiting for something unknown. The objetive reality perishes and gives rise to internal conflicts that emerge and take the protagonism. Thus, the self representation converges with the discourse that is created and perceived simultaneously, as in a therapy that translates the impregnated message and creates a link between the inner and outer. There is no commitment to denote a visible, tangible or opportune reality, but the one that lives inside of me.