I am more than happy to offer a brief testimonial of gratitude and praise for the Neothink Society, it’s founders and their work that has so positively affected my life.
When the first piece of Neothink mail was delivered to me I was 58 years old. My life was, and is, fairly comfortable. I live in America, have been married for 25 years, have a rewarding job working for a physics department at an Ivy League University, own a little house that sits on 36 beautiful acres, have three terrific children who are grown.
Cool, huh? But there’s a down side.
Beneath the surface I’ve never been a totally happy guy. I’ve been sober now for over 20 years but the years before that were tumultuous.
Lengthy periods of extreme use of most every substance in vain attempts at escaping the reality of who I wasn’t. Searching for validity and fulfillment. These periods were always separated by varied spiritual quests. Society had told me, and I bought into the idea, that Religion would lead to the happiness I sought. During those times I tried a wide assortment of what the world had to offer. Went back to Baptist Church, that didn’t work. Went for three semesters to a Theological Seminary, that didn’t work. Took lessons in Trancendental Meditation, Hatha Yoga, practiced Black Magick, became a Hare Krishna living at the Brooklyn Temple, those didn’t work. Moved to N.Y. State (wherever yougo, there you are). Took lessons from the Jehova Witnesses, happily that didn’t work. Became a Mormon Elder/Branch Choirmaster/Sunday School teacher, same result. It wasn’t until I found AA that a spiritual pursuit began to make sense. It was based on the reality of helping oneself by making a value available to others. So, since then no more drinking or drugging. But still, no deep happiness that seems apparent on the faces of the churchy set. I kept on reading book after book about Religion trying to find the ANSWER. Finally I had a thought. Maybe that’s not the answer!
I decided to open my mind to the possibility that someone out there had found a different path to validity and self fulfillment. A darn week later I get a letter in the mail from Neothink. Never heard of them. But it made me so curious. There were hints of answers to nagging questions I had had for decades about human consciousness and social development.
Questions about business skills and why people succeed or fail.
questions about the nature of “reality” and the value of ethics. There seemed to be a real spark of knowledge available from these people that I hadn’t found anywhere else. And boy was that right!
I began getting their books and pouring through them. Absolutely everything that was said had the ring of truth and honesty. The scope of the knowledge laid out at my feet was mind boggling. This wasn’t a get rich quick scheme or a cult (and I know cults from the inside). The material covered the breadth of human experience. And best of all it was all based on honesty, truth, reality. No “follow the leader” game here.
The individual is his/her own leader! No “pie in the sky” promises that can’t be delivered. Only hard, honest work and guilt free success.
I was amazed to read about practical techniques that would , if I applied them, make me remarkably more efficient in my work. I took the bait and began using just one of the techniques. In a few months I could out produce others in my office and was nicely compensated. I have yet to start my own business but that will be happening soon. I’ve begun gathering lots of information about this venture and have absolute faith that it will succeed. I haven’t seen this stuff in any of the other ‘small/large business books’ out there.
Pardon me, I’m getting all excited. That’s what Neothink does for me.
Every aspect of my life has been lifted up. I’m now 59 years old and feel my life has just begun. I look at the world with a childs’ eyes of wonder and possibilities but also with a hardened awareness of the self serving dishonesty forced onto those who are not yet quite awake. I am free. Free of being unaware of the manipulations that enslave most of the honest, trusting people of the world. Free to do something about my own stagnation. Free to become a value creator and be of genuine service to the wonderful people of this earth. Free to dream, and to make those dreams a reality.
If you are hungry for the good things, get to know the Neothink Society. I’ve met so many wonderful people there and hope to meet you
too. Tom K