I wake up to stop thinking about you, and when I think of you, I dream you awake.
Cortazar said, "if I appear by your thoughts, hug me, and it will be I am missing you."
As an instinctive, automated act, I wake up and my dog is still by my side.
I woke up once I said hello to her, then I prepare my morning coffee, while I get into the shower. I go out and the smell of freshly made coffee makes me feel already better ... Once in my dressing gown, I sit down on the kitchen table and start to draw the picture of my dream. I sketch some little unrecognizable drawings, they are a bad map of my night trip. Only I can go through it.
Once in the studio I paint in ceramic as if it were a canvas and I worked with tools to recreate that drawing.
Then I glaze it without knowing how the result will be, that's another magical moment.
The interpretation of dreams, a recurrent theme for psychoanalysis after s. XX, according to Freud, believes that dreams serve to communicate everything that the conscious mind can not accept. ... That is to say, the dreams are the way of expression of repressed desires that the person has. Good morning.