Wow, i clearly didn't pay enough attention. Oops.
That said, without the full context of the story, @didomachiatto, it would be extremely difficult for us to tell you your MC's approach. The best thing you can do is to pick a perspective and do whatever it takes to never waiver from that perspective. My advice for how to do that is this.
Decide which story point is the most important to you. That is, is it important to you that this character be a be-er or do-er, or is it more important to you that this character have a particular Concern?
Let's assume for now that Concern is the most important. Now list the two possibilities. The MC has a Concern of Subconscious, or the MC has a Concern of Future. Write out what those mean to this story without worrying about Dramatica terms. For instance, "Bob's love for his deceased sister prevents him from focusing on other family matters" or "After his sister dies, Bob is haunted by all the family Christmases that will never be". Now pick which one best exemplifies the message you want the story to have.
Let's assume you chose Subconscious. Now just make sure that whenever you have a question about how anything else applies that you look first at what it means to Subconscious. If it starts to look like all the Christmases that will never be are causing conflict, remind yourself that, no, it's the love for his sister that is causing conflict and adjust accordingly. If you are afraid your MC is going around do-ing things about his problem, don't start thinking about changing Subconscious because you've already pinned it. Instead ask yourself if what the MC is doing is related to how he's adapting himself to his environment, or if there's a way the MC could react differently to what's going on in the scene. For instance, if Bob rejects a promotion, is it that he's Do-ing something, or is it that he's adapted himself to his environment by falling into a deep depression and he no longer cares about his career? If he just simply is do-ing when he rejects the promotion, can he react more internally? Maybe he refuses to feel pride in being promoted or something.
And finally, if you feel like the character is too much of a Do-er and you just can't figure out how to make him more of a be-er, just don't worry about it. Trust the human problem solving process and get through your first draft. You'll be left with the bad news that your form could be stronger, but you'll be left with the good news that you've completed your story and can always go back and edit.