As I continue my journey and enter into Neothink I am learning that we can only change the world one person at a time and it starts with ourselves. The only way we can heal the world is to heal our self. You must stop focusing on negative and teach yourself to focus on positive thoughts, ideas and behavior to activate the Law of Attraction.
The one purpose I have in this life on this plane is to be happy. Happiness is the reason for living and achieving my dreams is the way to generate happiness. Achieving my dreams involves building values for others, which in turn brings pride and happiness to me.
One of the most fundamentally important things that anyone can and should do therefore is to be totally, consciously and permanently aware of The Law of Attraction, and live in Spirit as a conscious co-creator of the Universe. The person that understands and lives by these truths fears nothing, always existing in a state of joy in the knowledge that anything we need we can always attract every time; ask and it is always given; all we need to do is to understand how to receive.
Feeling good in the moment you attract what you want in your life, “I am going to find things to feel good in the moment, the past and the future. When you do not fear being happy you are making choices that move you closer to what you desire, you will connect to your inner guidance system.
Whenever you resist you will create vibration energies that creates fear or worry which will become your reality. Do not worry about things you do not want to happen. Defending against anything causes it to happen, you are attracting the fear and worry which gives it life. High chosen thoughts that are in line with the Universe which is positive energy attracts (creates) your world you desire, low vibration energy creates negativity and attracts negative actions in your life. Understanding and consciously applying the Law of Attraction enables us to manifest anything at all we desire into our individual reality. These are tools and knowledge I have implemented into my life and acquired while reading the books from Neothink.
Love, peace and happiness
My story starts in the early 1980’s. My family and I had recently relocated to Wisconsin from rural Missouri where I had recently been discharged from the Army.
I was not feeling very good about my achievements up to that point in my life, especially financially. I took a blue-collar job in the plating department of a small manufacturing company because I really needed the money.
The work environment was hostile, hot, humid, dirty and I found myself surrounded with hazardous chemicals. The pay was low but it was enough for us to get a foothold in the community and begin to pay off some of our past-due bills.
I worked very hard at that job but I could never seem to get ahead. It was a small family owned companies so there were not very many opportunities to advance. I became increasingly frustrated with my situation. There did not seem to be any way for me to get control of my situation and make progress.
I remember one hot summer afternoon feeling more hopeless than usual about my situation. I cried out inside, “There must be a way for me to get out of this situation! I can’t stand this anymore!”
A short time after that I received a mailing form the Neothink Society. It described a business system that almost any one could apply to create wealth and happiness. I was skeptical of the claims made in the brochure but I was desperate and really needed make some progress financially. Besides, it came with a money-back guarantee, so what did I have to lose? The price of the cassette tape series was more than I could afford at the time but I somehow managed to scrape together the money I needed to make the purchase.
When the package arrived, I started to listen to the cassettes on my drive to and from work. At first the concepts and ideas were difficult to understand. However, I listened to the tapes over and over until I could begin to see how I could apply them to my life. I also began to feel something inside that I had not felt for quite a while…HOPE. Yes, I began to become hopeful about a better future for myself and my family.
I began to study my situation at work, especially the part about choosing the area of purpose in the company that I would like to take over. I did not have a very broad perspective of the company’s operation from my position in the plating room but I did the best I could. In addition, my work situation was very different than the example described on the tapes. Nevertheless, I formed a plan.
I started in my own work area and reorganized all of my responsibilities. In a few short weeks, I discovered I was able to complete an entire month’s worth of work responsibilities in the first 6-7 workdays of the month. I could not believe it! I was half way through the second week of the month and I had almost nothing to do! If I had any reservations about the power of the Neothink system up to that point, they were all settled upon obtaining this result. I went into action with the second part of my plan.
Because I did not know very much about the details of the company’s operation, I began a program of information gathering. At the same time, I looked for opportunities to assume responsibilities in the company that others did not want to assume. It did not matter to me what the responsibility was, whether it was enjoyable, dirty, important, or unimportant. All that mattered was that it was something that I could assume.
Over the next few months I used to time I had freed up in phase one to build relationships, ask questions and take over more and more of others people’s responsibilities. In a short time, supervisors in other departments would come to me with assignments that should have been assigned to their own personnel. Nevertheless, they came to me because they knew that I would get the job done. Increasingly they began to depend on me to help them succeed in their areas of responsibility.
By this time, my confidence was soaring. I felt like I was in control of my situation and that I was finally on my way, although I still was not sure where that way was leading. It was also becoming increasingly apparent to me that there was no place in the company for me to advance. Company politics and “good ol’ boy” relationships seem to have the doors to all of the good positions firmly shut. I began to seriously consider moving to a different company.
One day my supervisor called me into his office. He said to me that the owner of the company had noticed my efforts and progress over the last several months. He was wondering if I would be interested in training for a position in a planned expansion of the Quality Assurance department. I was not the “big jump” I had originally envisioned but it was more pay, better working conditions and an opportunity to learn new skills. I accepted the offer and began to train for the position the following week. After all, I had plenty of free time on my hands.
After several weeks, I had developed a good relationship with the head of the Quality Assurance department. One day he confided that he had been looking for and had accepted a new position with another company out of state. He said that if I was interested in assuming his position after he left then he would recommend me for the position. I said I was interested and was finally given the position of Quality Assurance Manager – more pay (I doubled my salary), more influence and my own office…an air conditioned office at that! I had finally arrived in a position that very closely matched my “vision.” I had never felt so happy and confident in my abilities.
I remember taking the day off – a very rare thing for me – to celebrate with my family. However, the most significant thing that I received was the admiration from my family and children. I remember on the morning of my first day, as the newly appointed QA Manager, my then small children approached me with a gift. It was a pen and pencil set with a small desk clock that they wanted me to set on my new desk. The approval and admiration of me as their father I saw in their eyes still inspires me today. This was the most precious gift! All of this was a tremendous advancement for me – more than I ever thought possible. However, there were still more good things to come!
I was now in a position to make a real impact on this company. If the manager or owner of a traditional company really wants to know how to improve his company all that he really has to do is ask his employees – the ones who are actually doing the work – what needs to be done. All he needs to do then is be quiet and take notes. His company would prosper almost overnight. One of the things that I promised myself when I was working in the plating room was that if I ever got into a position of authority I would somehow find a way to tap the creative potential represented by the rank and file worker in business. I knew that when I was in that position my potential was almost totally ignored. I knew that the same was true for others in those positions. The list of changes that I carried in my head for years (the changes that every worker carries – the list of things they would do if THEY were running things), I now transferred on to paper in the form of my Power Thinking List. This list became the blueprint for positive changes I envisioned for the company.
Over the next several years I was able to convince the owner of the under used resources represented by the company’s work force. In my new position I was able to propose, plan and implement a number of programs designed to tap those resources at all levels of the company.
I used a strategy similar to the one I applied as an hourly worker in the plating room. I developed relationships, asked questions and became familiar with the nitty-gritty details of the company. This time I chose not to assume a single area of responsibility. The owner had created one for me. This time I defined my position as one that integrated and coordinated the various areas of the company to achieve the mandate of my position to improve product quality.
Over the months, I was able to tap into the human potential of the company, from the hourly employee to the management heads. At one point I was working on 12-15 project at the same time, all designed to cut cost, improve company operations or to earn more money for the company. It was the most exhilarating, productive and happy time of my life!
The most exciting result of my efforts was to witness the positive changes in attitude and action of the hourly employees. People who had never been given the opportunity to contribute were now becoming excited about their jobs. They were now offering ideas, making improvements to company operations and having a positive impact on the bottom line.
I stayed in that position for 10 years. I learned many things about people and business. I had the opportunity to learn new skills and help others to improve their lives. During that time our company won quality awards and received many commendations from customers for our efforts. However, none of this would have been possible without the innovative information provided by the Neothink Society.
Personally, the use of the Neothink System has transformed my life and enabled me to take advantage of opportunities and to create values that would never have been possible for a lowly hourly worker in a plating room.
Since then life has taken many unexpected twists and turns. However, the tools that I learned from the Neothink System has always enabled me to land on my feet and to transform any negative situation I encounter into a benefit to myself and to those around me.