Mind-expanding. Original. Breath-taking in scope. Written in clear and accessible language. Using a theory called ThoughtForms, this book carefully describes what thought is, how thought functions, what thought is capable of doing, and what thought is not capable of doing. The theory has implications for every field of knowledge and logical inquiry and can even be used to predict ideas that will become controversial.
ThoughtForms also has special significance for educators. It is the first theory to provide a sound basis for fundamental concepts such as numbers. ThoughtForms has interesting implications for what should be taught and provides guidelines for the organization of instruction.
This book is first in a series and provides an easy-to-follow introduction to ThoughtForms. It is written at the high school level (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level 12.2). Volume 2 applies the theory specifically to science. Volume 3 provides applications to mathematics and should be readily understood by anyone who has successfully taken a few years of high school mathematics. Volume 4 applies the theory to artificial intelligence as well as to a number of other specialized topics.
"ThoughtForms – The Structure, Power, and Limitations of Thought" is quite likely the most important book any thinking human will ever read.