Since the time I was a little kid I’ve known I am different – different kinds of thoughts and values than my peers. My sensitivities are on a seemingly different plane and it is often difficult, if not impossible, to see things the way other people see them. This is not meant to imply that I’m superior. Just different.
Someone I greatly respect once told me that I have an “uncanny ability to cut through the BS.” But that ability often causes me problems because people mess with my perceptions and tell me that my observations are off the mark. So I try to revamp my thinking to fit in with the world but this causes great discomfort.
This is especially true with religion. Again, as a little kid I knew the stuff I was hearing didn’t make sense. It seemed so manipulative. I really tried to be a “believer” but it always felt fake. One must be careful not to step in the dogma.
After reading the three volumes of material from Neothink things finally fell into place. I’d been trying to make sense of a world that doesn’t make sense. I was forcing myself into believing the unbelievable. It’s a great comfort to know that there’s a whole other “dimension” of people working to stop the insanity.
On a practical level, the mini-day schedule has really helped me organize my tasks. And I considered myself a fairly organized person before. I am still new to these concepts and don’t always use my time as wisely as I’d like, but I’m much more efficient than before. I know that my happiness and wealth will soar when I find my real passion.
Thank you for your wisdom, common sense, and ability to articulate it to so many. Neothink is a true gift to the world.