This drawing is a plan for the 'action' 'Manresa', performed in 1966. Manresa is a village in the Pyrenees which is associated with Ignatius Loyola, the author of the book 'Spiritual Exercises'. In the 'action', Beuys used the motif of a divided cross to refer to the geographical and spiritual divide between East and West, and the need for unification and healing. Here, we can see the halved cross, as well as triangular shapes. In Christianity, this shape refers to the Holy Trinity but Beuys's use of the shape also refers to his belief in the triad of 'thinking, feeling, wanting' which he described as influencing his triangular, wedged 'Fat Corners'.