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Post # 1
Hey. I don't have a mind's eye. I suffer from aphansatia. How can I still use spells or others?
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Re: Advice!
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 2
I think in such cases, use whatever method of conceptualization works best for you.

I've been keeping my eyes open for someone experienced with aphansatia for quite some time, to see how they practice, with no luck.

There is just so much emphasis on visualization that I haven't seen any alternatives listed.

So my thought is to use whatever form of imagination, conceptualizing, and mental realization you find works best.
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Re: Advice!
By: / Novice
Post # 3
perhaps a vision board, or drawing a picture of your desired outcome might help so when you focus you can look at a visual image of your goal. there have been times where i've just made a list of things for my spell, like if i cast a money spell, i would write a list of ways the money could come to me, like a raise, bonus, check in the mail, increased savings. but when i'm casting the spell what i focus on is my bank statement going up in number. these spells have worked for me in the past, might help you.
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Re: Advice!
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Post # 4
Thank you to both of you! It's hard to use spells sometimes so I'll try both methods
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Re: Advice!
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 5
Melody, I don't know if you'll see this, but I just read a post on another board which may be applicable to having aphantasia, applied to visualization:

""As a chess enthusiast, I've always been amazed by watching blindfold chess, where the master is told what moves are being played and calls out his response. A strong player can carry this feat out on multiple boards at a fast speed.

They all say the same thing ... that they don't have a mental image of the board, but rather they just understand the relationship between the pieces. In other words, blindfold play isn't as much a special skill as it is simply a byproduct of being very strong at chess.""
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