Seriously realizing that some people actually can't imagine either visuals, sounds, smells, words, or temperatures/sensations is such a huge fucking redpill. It's no wonder so many people simply "don't have dreams": Their imaginations literally can't produce images or sounds or anything coherent enough to remember.
And now they think that internal monologue/dialogue is schizo? There is literally a psychological term that refers to this aspect of memory/conception (forgot said term, coincidentally) that literally EVERY PERSON is capable of and is expected to use. It literally helps you plan, understand, and feel better about literally anything you can think of, simply by asking yourself questions and trying to answer them. We often don't think of things in certain ways until we find them phrased in a convenient question that we're put on the spot to answer/solve. Just by asking yourself "do I really need this?" you can save yourself lots of money by avoiding impulse purchases when shopping, or even just better understand your own priorities and what's really important to you.
How the fuck do you even live without these things? It's like you're not even a complete human, like some kind of shell - a self-appointed mechanic with a partial toolbox and no complete set of sizes for anything.
I was just reading a thread about MKUltra and how governments wouldn't need such obvious control methods anymore. It fucking makes sense now; when half of your populace only understands what they see in front of them at any given time, and have no method of imagining anything different from their immediate surroundings, your populace is basically lining up to be programmed, just to avoid the confusion of not understanding something and trying to learn about it.