Seeing with the mind’s eye (or visual imagery), contributes to essential cognitive processes such as episodic memory1, future event prospection2, visual working memory3, and dreaming4. For most people, visual imagery is an innate feature of many of our internal experiences and appears to play a critical role in supporting core cognitive processes. Some individuals, however, lack the ability to voluntarily generate visual imagery altogether – a condition termed “aphantasia.” Recent research suggests that aphantasia is a condition defined by the absence of visual imagery, rather than a lack of metacognitive awareness of internal visual imagery. [Dawes, Alexei, J., et al. (Accessed 2020) A cognitive profile of multi-sensory imagery, memory, and dreaming in aphantasia.” Scientific Reports volume 10, 10022 (2020).]