The paranoiac-basic strategy is a Surrealism method that was created by Dali in the mid-1930s. The craftsman utilizes this strategy to take advantage of his subliminal quality through precise nonsensical ideas and a self-promoted jumpy state. Dali utilized this method in some of his artistic creations, particularly those that included optical fantasies and different pictures. As per the Greek legend, Narcissus, who was notable for his magnificence, became hopelessly enamored with his appearance in the water. Dali's translation of this legend, shows Narcissus sitting in a pool, looking down.