Aphantasic Dianna Moylan tells the story of how failing to remember what someone looked like led to the realization of aphantasia and how thought processes differ.
Nothing like picking peach leaves in an orchard in absolute silence... Author and artist, Rachel Ciccone shares personal experience discovering aphantasia in this dark and deep poetically-expressed piece.
Think of a song. Allow it to play in your mind. Can you hear that? Community influencer and author, Alan Kendle shares thoughts, perceptions and insights on the mind's ear.
Minds eye refers to the human ability for visualization, but what if it was just a metaphor? Julia Edgar is a Sixth Form Leader and teacher of English and psychology. She is also aphantasic.
Having a blind mind’s eye can impact your creativity in ways you don't even realize, until you discover the truth about aphantasia. Debut author, Max Watson shares how discovering aphantasia has impacted their creativity.
How many times have you heard a sentence start with "Imagine that?" Well, some people can’t imagine. Literally. A concept the majority of people will find quite far removed from their ordinary thought process.
What do you mean you can't imagine a horse? Co-Founder of The Aphantasia Network, Jennifer McDougall finds it hard to imagine what it's like not to imagine, but is learning to appreciate the unique perspective aphantasia provides.
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