The purpose of this article is to study the work of conversion along with the dialectic entailed by any ritual phenomenon. The subject is obliged to change, but without obliterating the decision that falls to him. The author treats the effect of conversion as an active part with regard to which every subject confronted with the rite is to make a pronouncement. The conversion is manifested in the search for another way of saying, which can translate both the correspondence and the gap between the promise of new status and the postulate of immutable subjectal bases. For if the conversion is to enable the rite to work, it also necessitates an effect of falling concurrent with the sifting of a certain relation with oneself and the world.