Unique, personal and based in more than 30 branches of science


Mind Imaging teaches an analysis and synthesis method that creates a map of the unseen relationships in your unique experience of life. The art-science process is sequential, logical and detailed as well as reflective, creative and holistic. The method allows for the discovery and development of a person's dynamic life map of their habits and experiences as well as creating a values target and cohesive identity and mission. 

We teach a “whole brain” technique to reveal the unseen components of our minds, creating a map that is represented in both pictures and in language, seeing both the details and the big picture. 

By reflecting on and creating a map of experience you reveal the unique relationships in events, emotions, thought-beliefs and behaviors for the benefit of empowering you to see the invisible connections in the habit-programs that run or ruin their lives.  Mind Imaging allows a person to have greater self knowledge and the wisdom to make more permanent and purposeful changes in alignment with their identity and values. 

Mind Imaging 'Life-map' is based on the Scientific textbook: The Neurophysics of Human Behavior: Explorations at the Interface of Brain Mind Behavior and Information by Mark Evan Furman and Fred Gallo. 

See the invisible programs that are running your life

see the invisible

Mind Imaging offers a new way of looking at your inner self and of keeping track of the complex information that creates your inner world.

Innovative and only program of its kind; it is both art and science


We have created Mind Imaging which is grounded in the science of Cognitive NeuroPhysics as developed by co-founder Mark Evan Furman.



MARK - the Innovator

In the late 1990s, Mark was part of a Florida State University study on using brief therapy techniques on people with PTSD. His analysis led him to decipher success in what he later called the "Theory of Pattern-Entropy Dynamics." His textbook, which is in over 200 graduate libraries, is called the Neurophysics of Human Behavior.  In it he details a 10-step process that includes reflection/analysis and synthesis addressing frequency, duration, phase velocity of emotions and how they are connected. This results in a model representation of the mind in terms of how electrical impulses or energy become information and pattern in the brain that become our habits.

Mark has also been published in the textbook Energy Psychology and has had numerous videos detailing his life’s work.

Most importantly, Mark has lived his life work after sustaining a catastrophic stroke involving the majority of the left side of his brain. Using his knowledge and understanding of the mind and brain, he has overcome a devastating illness and disability and has amazed doctors and therapists everywhere by his capabilities.

MONICA - the Integrator

Monica has been using and developing Mind Imaging since 2005. She was introduced to Mark and his groundbreaking work during a Florida Speakers Association event. She saw great value in bringing Mark’s work on brain and mind and merging it with her work on body and movement.  She was first a student of the work, utilizing it with patients.  After teaching at national conferences and lecturing at local seminars and workshops in her area of expertise, she focused on integrating and assisting in what is now the Mind Imaging work. During that time she initiated a study that examined the overlap of people's stated values of health and well-being with their 'Life-Map' (then called NeuroPrint) and presented her findings at the Science for Consciousness Conference in 2008.  She is author of a workbook called Wired for Health and Living a Life in Balance.

She is a graduate of the University of Michigan with both a Bachelor's in Health Science and a Master's in Physical Therapy and later obtained a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana.  Her doctorate capstone project is titled: Use of a Modified NeuroPrint Self-Assessment Framework to Facilitate Self-Awareness and Improve Clinical Behaviors in a Student Physical Therapist Assistant: A Case Report.  

Mark and Monica are married and live in southern Arizona with their two  Labrador mix dogs Boris and Natasha.