Lower org level and rel higher on the II axis, where read about it recently, ex that fits?
Even with the II axis, it is not low placement on the scale that determines the commitment is to be regarded as malignant, but the absence of higher levels.
In relation to NA, it is people at the subparadoxal level who suffer. Those at the adversarial and paradoxical, as well as superparadoxal, level do not suffer to the same degree. But for a variety of reasons.
It is people at the subparadoxal level — which is probably also by far the most common level among adult individuals — who are affected by "gravity" from previous levels in their psyche.
A mysterious step. This is actually already being taken at level 4. The super paradox level is just a variant of level 4.
Uses "sub-" and "super-" respectively as a prefix – with the original meaning of "under" and "over" respectively, although the latter gets a hint of something grand or extraordinary that is not meant. (The prefixes "pre-" and "post", respectively, were perceived as stressing a developmental process more than a "level".) The construction itself "super" in front becomes only "too much" if you do not take in a more sober explanation.
The big event is really what happens already at the stage before. This is where mental capacity is established. This is where the individual has taken "a mysterious step". This stage is primarily introverted. Level 5 is more of a mature extrovert variant of 4.
The division into these levels follows the usual psychodynamic division into organizational levels on the P-axis. Homeostatic level is then about the individual lacking both a clear identity and a realistic perception of the outside world. This is stalking, often, due to the projections of internal materials.