It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye (the little prince) The project deals with the relationship between the observer and the object. With the effects of material contact on the human body and the sensory experience that takes place. This project consists dozens of black, exposed ceramic eggs and each of them has a different texture. Beyond the visible decoration, the textures serve as a different and varied sensory stimulation system. In addition, the textures are designed to draw the viewer to get closer and touch. In this work I try to stretch the boundaries of what is allowed and what is forbidden within the world of art and exhibitions. The viewer is invited into the work - he takes an egg that is outside the nest and creates a nest for it in his body. When the egg is returned to its place, the placement is changed by the visitor and traces of memory remain in the sand. My project is a reflection of a bridge I am building within myself during my studies at Bezalel. A bridge that connects the world of therapy in which I work and the artistic place in which I develop and create. Initially, the project was created with the aim of providing an immediate response to women who have experienced sexual abuse and as a result of the trauma some of them are dealing with feelings of detachment (dissociation). From a close acquaintance with these and other situations, I am aware of the power of momentary healing by using sensory-stimulating elements that aid in relaxation, a sense of grounding and mental regulation. With the development of the project I choose to present the elements that are placed in a way that connects with the viewer. I also choose not to limit objects to use only for a particular group, out of an understanding and investigation of the effects of sensory stimulation and the possibility that it can be a stable anchor in a wide range of situations where the mind is unstable.