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Reviewed by Asher Syed for Readers' Favorite
Mindfulness and Infinity of Thoughts: Tahv Mindedness by Peter George Gross MD Ph.D. is a motivational new-age guide in which the author elaborates on the theory that our ever-stirring formation of thought is not contained within the traditional confines of a closed system. The book is compact in size but massive in the scope of Gross's view of the maximally infinite known as 'the Tahv'. The construction of the book evolves through multiple parts that are intended to move in tandem through exploration exercises and a diverse collection of narrative formats. Examples through dialogue, anecdotal portrayals, and the citation of interconnecting references culminate in the profound supposition of infinity.
Mindfulness and Infinity of Thoughts is a rather complex piece of work that takes more than a single reading to absorb. I initially thought that a book of only a few dozen pages would be relatively straightforward, but in truth, I have read books that are twelve times the size that were significantly less complicated. If I could summarize my opinion in a nutshell, whether I agree with Peter George Gross or not (and to some degree I do), it's that the philosophical premise of the work is sound enough to merit serious consideration. As Gross himself writes in a narrative that takes the form of a scripted play, “Infinite, unending, this is difficult. This may even be uncomfortable...” The guide and its contents will appeal to those with an open mind and the patience to unpack its ideas.