mental image n.
A mental picture of something not real or present that is produced by the memory or the imagination.
Viggo Mortensen doesn't fit my own mental image of Strider, but soon won me over all the same.
That mental image you have of Churchill doggedly shouting down appeasers?
Enjoy the mental image of Andy Daly with breast implants you have right now.
Meaning that when bending into, say, Bow posture, you are trying to align your physical body with a mental image of Bow posture.
There is a difference between a mental image of the imagination and a concept.
But he found a sharp pleasure in the mental image of the Beggs woman.
Can you at will cause your mental image of any or most of them to sit, stand, or turn slowly round?
Let the mental image of that lowly Redeemer be ever bending over us.
It was indelicate to have referred to the mental image even ever so vaguely.
I embraced him timidly, for he was very different from my mental image of him.