Holographic Mind: Thinking the Future explains how innovative thinkers create original ideas. Based on Eileen E. Cooper’s doctoral research, it compares the hologram to non-verbal creative thinking skills. It produces a model that educates futurists to envision unorthodox realities that solve problems by capturing hints of future realities. In sum, Holographic Mind: -validates both imagery and muse as abstract forms of cognition -demystifies how the mind thinks like a hologram envisioning the future -describes the mindBody connection to futuristic knowledge flowing in the Universe -quotes researchers like Bohm, Pribram, and philosopher Renee Weber tying a knot between traditional and holographic logic -provides a fun primer on the eleven dimensions (D) and directions (D) of spacetime -reveals atypical rapid-fire incubation methods -discusses the moxie, doubt, and play needed to implement original ideas -includes strategies for developing holographic imagery, an inner muse and more -contains 27 illustrations Holographic Mind: Thinking the Future promises to receive both ovations and its share of criticism as does any original idea. Regardless, it will not be forgotten.