I don’t have a dramatic story about how Neothink changed my life. In fact, I’m not sure what part of my past came from my own experiences prior to my involvement in the society or what might have been influenced by the fact that I bought one of the books 20 years ago.
I do know that I’ve been trying to change the world since I was twelve and that I began to question everything by age fourteen. I searched and was part of several social movements. Then in the nineties, I became so busy trying to survive that I ceased being involved with anything. I was disillusioned. None of the activists I knew accomplished anything except bringing radical people together socially. Sometimes I didn’t even like them or what they stood for.
What I had thought to be love proved me wrong. Then I kept looking for it, just finding one additional bad or unfulfilling situation after another. Over the years I had a couple of long term marriages, and have two adult children and a grandchild, so I have no regrets there. When I was having my children I became active in the home birth movement and became a midwife. When my children were in school I was active in creating change in the school system.
Eventually, I began to realize that I was different and that no one around me understood or perceived things the way I did. I continued reading and learning along the way, integrating more and more, and finding small oases of like-mindedness on one issue at a time. Eventually, I became comfortable with being alone and free. But although I had stayed put in terms of where I had planted myself in a conservative small town, I was a wanderer. I had a metaphysical store. I received many excellent types of training and became a certified empowerment coach. Although I became very good at helping others, it seemed I had great difficulty helping myself. I had tasted success in pieces but never consistently. I was always trying something new, looking for solutions to financial dilemmas.
So when I was contacted to obtain the materials from Neothink, this too was something new so of course I had to do it. It appealed to that part of me that was still searching. When I received the first heirloom package, I read it very quickly, trying to apply the principles therein. I couldn’t wait for the next one in the mail. So I read all of the heirloom packages, and savored them and wondered what it would be like when I could be part of this society.
I awaited the secret meetings with Mark Hamilton, and again found myself hanging on every word. Then we were given the ability to be on a website with others who had read these same materials. Then it happened!
I saw a new culture begin to emerge. These were people I could email, talk to on the phone, and eventually meet. They understood me and I understood them. They were evolving before my eyes. We had shared over 3000 pages of inspiring literature and we were given a vision of what was possible and we were creating it. I began to see geniuses all around me. I saw almost unbelieveable growth and progress. I began to realize I was smiling all the time. I was waking up every morning raring to go! I had found the people I was looking for since I was twelve years old—those with whom I would change the world and make much of what was wrong right. I am so happy to have found you all!
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