A 2024 New Year’s Edition published Dec. 15th.

561 pages, illustrated

Brand new content that explains:

  • How to manifest what you want in life.
  • How to avoid the most common mistakes people make.
  • What must be changed individually and collectively.


The solution book by William Eastwood
561 pages. 2024 New Year’s edition.

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Nicolaus Copernicus’s “De revolutionibus orbium coelestium,” created a paradigm-shift by revealing that the earth was not the center of the universe. At the time few listened. Only in retrospect did history acknowledge that Copernicus was right.

“The Solution…” also reveals an equally significant false premise, but again, the world will not listen. But in today’s world, the stakes are much higher. “The Solution…” reveals why people must listen.

Take the higher path


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“We can literally change the course of civilization by lifting the race to a higher path through implementing the solution.”

— Mario Fusco, TP. D, RS. D, BSc. (Two doctorate degrees.)


Available for you as an Ebook or paperback.




BRAND NEW EDITION: Published November, 2023.


Thoughts create matter presents The Solution ebook by William Eastwood EN
The eBook is now available.


BRAND NEW EDITION: Published November 26th, 2023.

RECOMMENDED: Our most extensive eBook.



“It’s like having all six of our websites at your fingertips. It also contains my best practical insights to help create the life you want that’s not on any of our websites.” — William Eastwood.


“People who go around learning on their own often turn out to be pretty interesting themselves.” — Carolyn Battista, 1979 interview of Eastwood at age 16.