Just commenting on the stuff you added in your edit. I hope it's helpful; I really would like to see you get unstuck!
First, I wouldn't focus on the additional points (like Consequence) right now ... that's for later. For now, ONLY worry about the true source of conflict in the overall story. (I think you've got the MC and IC nailed.) Domain & Concern, Issue & Problem.
What's an example of something you would keep or remove if you became certain the Goal was Being? What about for Doing?
For the story I'm writing now, when I started the first draft I was seriously considering that the MC Domain might be Physics and the OS Situation. That seems crazy to me now; the MC in Mind and the OS Psychology fit perfectly (as do the other throughlines). But it just shows how poorly you see your story until you're actually writing it.
I feel like you might be doing it sort of backwards -- you need to decide what stuff you care about most, and base the structure off that. If you're not sure, the best way to figure out what you care about most is to actually write the thing.
I get the sense that you are looking at Dramatica terms as "exclusive". Like, having regrets fits under Fixed Attitude (Mind) so it can't fit under Being. That's not true at all. Dramatica differentiates between longing-regret and behaving-regret and doing-regret etc., but sometimes we authors have trouble seeing the difference. Especially when developing our stories, when they're still fluid. So you have to really keep an open mind to all the terms and think, okay this could fit, let me look for other examples that would back that up...