Ever wonder how to define a thought? Is it a structure with boundaries?
Within thought theory, a thought reveals the abstract perspective of a system that inhabits a region of space called mindspace.
Basically, a thought describes a symbol in relation to another symbol.
Symbols are designed to be joined into relationships that join abstract and physical concepts.
If the abstract space exists, and populated by symbols, mathematics should be employed to derive some value for a system (ie. quantity of energy) and calculate distances between different symbols.
These systemic values of energy must be responsible for forcing the arrangement of the material world.
We tend to think that thoughts are separate from physical reality. However, the truth may be that the same mathematics can be used to evaluate both thoughts and matter.
These 5 patterns explain how symbols form, connect, and exchange energy between themselves.
So when you look around, don't think about the separated arrangements of matter that you see, think about the inter-connected arrangements of patterns that represent them within a hyper-dimensional mindspace.