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This article is a presentation of an original research project. By building the concept of dreams, i.e. phenomena that are difficult to grasp for research, the authoress tries to find a subtle way of description while maintaining their oneiric essence to the greatest extent. In the rationalized world of today, she is looking for a space possible to reveal one’s dreams, i.e. non-binary, not fully de-centralized. She calls this space the (geo)poetics of dreams. When constructing her original concept, she points to the meta-level, which is composed of spatial practices resulting from the assumptions of spatial twist. Important elements that she creatively draws from are: experienced space, heterotopias, third spaces, circulation as a fundamental relationship between space and culture, and spatial metaphors. Theoretical assumptions are: the M. Lani-Bayle’s concept of biographical space-time: the vestige et vertige concept, i.e. the concept of trace and reversed trace; the G. Bachelard’s concept of the poetics of dreaming; the M. Foucault’s concept of self-care of M. Foucault; the D. Demetrio’s concept of autobiography; the K. White’s concept of geopoetics; the E. Rybicka’s concept of geopoetics in the contemporary literary discourse.