Hypnopompia and Aphantasia
Aphantasia

Between Sleep and Awake – Where Someone with Aphantasia May “See” Imagery

My imagination is blind, meaning I can't visualize. This neurodiversity is called aphantasia, and I was born with it. When I close my eyes and try to imagine something—an animal, a landscape, a person—all I see is black and grey and sometimes lava-lamp-like splotches of light purple and white. That's the extent of my visual… Continue reading Between Sleep and Awake – Where Someone with Aphantasia May “See” Imagery