blandine foliot : some kind of disillusion

Beginning one’s adult life represents a true psychological turning point putting the ego to trial with some kind of disillusion, i.e. The loss of one’s infantile love object. The dream experience during that specific time exercizes some specific function which is essential and becomes some kind of new interior path, a royal path towards a return to drive and unconscious sources of a depressive disentanglement.
Thoughts, or thought moves, censored during day time are being visualized in dream, since experience allows, under the cover of some kind of conditioned deformation, their transposition into images which, with another transformation through their being updated when waking up, will be reshuffled and rehandled, insert themselves to the ego and to the psychological life whose limits they widen.