I think it's great that you're putting so much thought into this, and looking to improve your own understanding and help others do the same.
Have you checked out dirtsimple.org? The lack of structure in your posts, and the combination of details explanations and "stream of thought" writing, neither of which have been written concisely, make it difficult to get a good picture of what you're saying, though I believe I understand the subject matter, and I believe that Phillip over at dirtsimple has said similar things. His latest post
talks about "rooms in the mind" which seems like an analogy for IRs. And the creation of new "doorways" in those "rooms" is like establishing a very particular link between IRs.
In other articles, which I can find a link to if necessary, he goes into more detail about the links between thoughts, feelings, sensations, and emotions. He also makes a clear distinction between the "you" that thinks, and the "you" that actually does stuff. All the articles listed in the "Popular articles" section are good.
I like Phillip's style of writing, because even though there's a lot of text to read, he tells a story while
providing information. And it's all broken up in a way that makes it easy to digest in little chucks.
Perhaps the information you've presented here could benefit more by being broken down into smaller bites, and made more concise, before trying to explain anything in any greater depth. It seems there's already plenty of depth there, it's just a little inaccessible at the moment.
As Brutha said, this is the wrong medium for this material. The problem is that this is a discussion format, and discussions are almost never linear, or well cross-referenced, and that's two things that are needed to more effectively digest a large amount of info. Ideally you'd write a series of essays, post them on a separate website, either static html or a blog, and link here for further discussion.
You seem really motivated, so I'm sure my constructive criticism won't faze you