On Christmas day 2003, I had a lengthy conversation with my mother about where my life was at that point.
My main question was, “What happened to that happy, joyful, confident child who did things with ease and excitement?”
We covered many topics including my recent embarking on the search for spiritual enlightenment. Of course, we came to no conclusions that day, except that we both knew that child was still alive in me and I would eventually find how to bring it to the surface. My search continued for a couple more years until I found the Neothink Society.
It took some time to digest the concepts and start to see the bigger picture. I can’t say that I immediately agreed with every point of view in the material, but knew there was something there for me, and most people for that matter.
As time went on I started to implement the concepts and see the results. I believe most people who attack Neothink have even read the material and some have read very little, then dismiss it on the basis of one of the concepts alone. Only through the integration of all of the concepts can one make a fully honest assessment of Neothink. I recommend that everyone take the time necessary to do just that!
Since my introduction to Neothink, I have been published as a co-author in a best-selling book series, started two companies, and am simply more productive. Although not everything goes exactly the way I expect, I now know that I’m capable of making things work in my favor and proceed with a powerful sense of peace.