Topic: Auditory Aphantasia

Aphantasia is commonly understood as the inability to visualize, but it can and often does extend beyond visual imagination. Auditory Aphantasia means that, just like with visuals, some people can’t ‘hear’ music or sounds in their minds. This phenomenon is sometimes referred to as the ‘silent mind’ or ‘sound-free imagination,’ which is characterized by a complete absence of auditory imagery. Individuals with auditory aphantasia experience a unique form of thought processing, without internal sounds or imagined voices. They think more abstractly about these ideas. Uncover how this condition shapes the way people think and perceive without sound in their mental landscape to enhance your understanding of this lesser-known aspect of human cognition. From community stories, to new scientific discoveries.

My journey understanding the cognitive profiles of aphantasia and hyperphantasia started when I learned at age 30 that most of you have a superpower I don’t.
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How do you describe aphantasia? Founder of Aphantasia Network often gets asked this question. His answer? Think of a horse.
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