Some people use brainstorming, others use mindstorming. I could not find the difference between the two words.
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Mindstorming doesn't appear in the most common dictionaries.
Aside from the fact that mindstorming is uncommon to the point of invisibility, its meaning is fairly clear, especially in the context of brainstorming. But the difference is that it's never used, or as good as never used.
Consequently, if you have a choice, use brainstorming.
"Brainstorming" is a commonly used and commonly accepted word. "Mindstorming" is not. As far as I can tell it means the same as "brainstorming", and thus it is difficult to see why we need a new word to express an idea that we already have a word for. (IMHO it's just an effort by some people to sound like they're introducing a new idea when they're just recycling the same old ideas, but that may be getting off topic.)