Is anyone familiar with the book "Mental Biology" by W. R. Klemm? I would like to hear some other thoughts about the book. How much of it is already accepted by the scientific community at large and how much is his own theory. He seems so very sure of his ideas and most do make sense. He writes of the mind being an extension (my term, not his) of the brain. The brain does the physical work of storing memory and experiences. The mind uses the brains work to develop thoughts. It all makes sense until he says the mind is matter. If the mind does as he says it does, how can it be matter? The brain is matter. The mind is thoughts, decisions, etc.
He explains consciousness as not just being aware but being aware that we are aware, knowing that we know. This is the difference between human consciousness and that of lower animals.
Where Klemm loses me is when he ascribes little avatars as working with (or being - confusing to me) CIPs (circuit impulse patterns). I'll not attempt to describe CIPs. I know what he is saying but I can't put it into words and I did not bring up much on the internet.
Klemm has a beautiful, poetic "talk" from the fetus in the womb ("It's dark in here") with which he leads to the theory that learning starts even before the child is born. Interesting but????
I hope someone else has read this book and can share some opinions. Thank you.