The Idea Space: The Science of Awakening Your Non-Self by Clement Decrop Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. 

Author Clement Decrop shares a guided look into the mind and brings real and practical tools to understanding the human consciousness and what it means to house an infinite universe in our own heads in the book “The Idea Space: The Science of Awakening Your Non-Self”.

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The Synopsis

We are a way for the cosmos to know itself;
the cosmos is a way for us to know ourselves.

The Idea Space makes consciousness as real as gravity. Clement Decrop leads the layperson on a captivating scientific exploration of consciousness that revolutionizes our conventional understanding of the mind. The infinite space of our mind mirrors the infinite vastness of the universe, and lessons gleaned from one can illuminate the other. Delving into The Idea Space lifts the veils of illusion that keep us from understanding our true Selves. Packed with illustrations and engaging exercises, the book demystifies mindfulness by transforming esoteric concepts into practical, accessible tools for all. Decrop inspires those seeking the hidden truths of our world to uncover a genuine, sincere, and harmonious purpose to life. The beauty of these truths is they are hidden in plain sight. All you have to do is look.

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The Review

For so long, questions of reality and the idea of what the human mind is capable of have been strictly regulated to philosophy and spiritualism. Ideas of life after death, shaping reality with our minds, and perceiving worlds that exist just outside of our own have been the stuff of supernatural novels and spooky stories. Yet the author has truly found a transformative and engaging way of bringing these ideas and concepts to life in a more grounded, scientific language. 

The way the author was able to balance the philosophical and spiritual nature of these concepts with the scientific and critical thinking that the author brings to the table was fantastic to see come to life. The amount of research and development that went into these theories, especially the sunset conjecture, was great to see executed in this book. The idea of the mind being a vast universe and ideas and thoughts becoming images and real objects within these mindscapes was a refreshing way to speak about these topics.

The Verdict

Memorable, thoughtful, and engaging, author Clement Decrop’s “The Idea Space” is a must-read nonfiction book of philosophy and scientific theory. The almost esoteric concepts the author touched upon and the compelling, interactive nature of the book itself will stay with readers long after the final page. If you haven’t yet, be sure to grab your copy today!

Rating: 10/10


About the Author

Inventor and Belgium-born author, Clément Decrop moved to the United States at the age of six with his family. With a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State, Decrop has worked across the globe, including France, Spain, the United Emirates, and then back home in the United States.

“The Idea Space: The Science of Awakening Your Non-Self” delves into the depths of consciousness by introducing a revolutionary solution to Einstein’s field equation to describe the mind, accessible to the layperson. In these pages, Decrop guides readers to view their thoughts objectively and identify their impact, helping the reader discover a happier existence and a deeper understanding of their life’s purpose.

As a Global Educator since 2018, Clément has shared his wisdom on meditation, sleep, exercise, and nutrition with thousands of eager participants across 40 countries. His innovative spirit led him to collaborate with numerous inventors from Wikipedia’s Most Prolific Inventors List, resulting in 130-plus patent disclosures within one year, 50-plus filed, and 20-plus issued as of late 2023.

Outside these professional spheres, Decrop finds joy in the simpler pleasures of life. He’s an avid reader—from textbooks on semiconductors and rockets to general fiction—an experimental cook, a global traveler, an enthusiastic coder, and a health and fitness devotee. He currently lives in Pennsylvania.

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