Imagine if you had access to a simple yes-or-no answer to any question you wished to ask? A demonstrably true answer to any question?
These questions begin the foreword and explain the premise of Power vs. Force by David Hawkins. Hawkins is a proponent of kinesiology. For those who are not familiar with the basis of Kinesiology, the basic theory is that all living things have an energy field. This energy field is connected to all other energy fields in some way or another. In short, we are all connected to each other in some way. Nothing we say or do or that has been said, done or felt occurs in a vacuum and so has an effect on energy. Because of this, everything that is or was is written into an energy record of the collective unconscious.
Hawkins bridges the gap between science and spirit. The book is written in a simple to understand style and contains a number of great illustrations for those that need visuals.
The book is not simply about the Kinesiological method, but rather using the method to compare the conclusions with the writings of great historical mystics. The idea that human beings coexist within a unified field of consciousness is not new. Rather, what is new is Hawkins’ unique map of this field of consciousness. The map of consciousness laid out in power vs. force allows the readers to put the conclusions into context.