During the first infant universe (matriz de identidad) this momentum has very peculiar characteristics (View hungry child acts). In the adult and mature individual acts of child hunger is reduced to a basic residue. Children no longer has the characteristics, but it continues the momentum of the adult spontaneity. In the adult form of the basic anxiety, Moreno called it hunger for transformation (Ver hambre de transformación). When spontaneity diminishes or disappears, basic anxiety emerges, out of place, as existential anxiety or compulsively taking the characteristics of neurotic anxiety (See neurotic anxiety) or appearing in the forms of other symptoms.
1) the anxiety of finitude or awareness of having to die without being able to deploy the project itself deep existence.
2) the anxiety of having protonated guilty; is the existential experience of feeling guilty, some particular act or omission, concrete and defined, which expresses the general alienation of existence. This is the genuine feeling of guilt before any act or omission on which it is impossible to deny personal responsibility despite the target element is always included in them.
3) vacuum anxiety is the result of a lack of meaning of life itself. When existence is meaningless, basic anxiety turns into empty feeling.
Existential anxieties appear when spontaneity wanes. If the answer to this situation is adequate, anxiety decreases or disappears. When the basic anxiety human transformation alibi does not bartered in these genuine forms of existential anxiety that function as alarm, then they will result in neurotic anxieties (See neurotic anxiety) or symptoms.