At the latitude of the psychic desert, the sand takes possession of the therapist’s senses and colonizes her mind, so much so that the emo-tional lockdown, as well as the desertification of hope, block the ana-lyst’s ability to dream. In the presented case, the beginning of the ther-apeutic work occurs when the author finds authentic traces of life bur-ied in a den in the patient’s psychic desert. The first phase of the jour-ney is possible by listening to the Muses, creating "plants" and "musi-cal irrigations" that allow the sprouts to grow. Listening to the Muses and sharing a common passion makes it possible for the Author to recover vitality and creativity through which the patient finally tears off ground to the desertification process while making part of the psychic territories cultivable.
Keywords: Psychic desertification, musical rêverie, Muses, dream, creativity.