I’m writing this letter, looking out over my neighborhood, watching summer turn to fall; my last summer in a dishonest, value destroying world. Quickly approaching is my first fall in an honest, value producing world. I know there are smart and quick-witted people integrating knowledge in both worlds. In one they use this new integrated thinking dishonestly to destroy values. While in the other, they use the new integrated thinking honestly to create values. I will no longer sit idly-by watching while the value destroyers continue to fake-out the world. I have committed to and joined the others in uncovering the fakes blocking value production.
This is a story I need to tell, to get straighten-out in my mind what happen to me and fully integrate the cause into my current situation. It is a sad story spanning just a few years, though it seemed like an eternity to me. From 1989 through 2006, I endured 17 years of heartache and financial hardship like I had never felt or imagined before. I have begun to dig myself out, I’m not through the trouble yet, I have not broken free, but, I do see the way.
As a free thinking 3rd-grader I began the natural process of removing limitations to my happiness. I continued questioning everything about our culture all through high school, college, and many years after college. But then pretty little Molly came back into my life.
When I first met Molly in 1969, she was the most beautiful woman I had ever laid-my-eyes-on, 5ft-5, eyes-of-blue, Molly was the perfect physical specimen, everything a man wants in a women. Of course I didn’t let her know what I was thinking, at the time, for several honorable reasons that I needn’t dwell on here, so she got away. To make a long story short, 18 years later, after we had been lovers on and off a couple times, she walked into the camera store where I was working (she later revealed thinking, “wouldn’t it be fun to see Bruce again, but”, she said, “not because I missed or loved you, just for fun”). Molly was, and still is, the love of my life. I wanted her bad (she would want me to say badly). Well this time I wasn’t going to let her get away. I won; we got married two years later; that fateful year, 1989.
Right from the beginning we were in trouble. I married for love and wanted her to escape the established world, as I had. But what happen from day one shows the power of the established philosophical and psychological traditions. Even though Molly said out loud that she had stopped believing the insane Catholic Church’s teachings, inside her brain, her subconscious was still guided by the church’s authority. Molly would not hear a word I said, she had a deep-rooted fear of all I represented (freedom from the known, from our social conditioning). She gave-up her childhood dreams very early because of some very cruel and dishonest people. Her dreams were left to fight it out, forever it seems, in the subconscious with those nasty social illusions of higher cause and sacrifice. Now here’s the real sad part of the story, I began to lose my freedom; I began following the established traditions to save our doomed marriage, to be with Molly forever, no matter what. I slowly caved-in and became reconditioned by society’s dishonest philosophy.
I ended-up a failure in Molly’s dishonest world. I could not lie very well; it wasn’t part of my free nature. I could never fully integrate Molly’s world into mine. After 17 crazy years I left, my son soon followed, he too had had enough (Stephen, my seventeen-year-old boy, now lives with me) and Molly is wondering what happen. She may never be saved. That makes me feel very sad, if I could do anything important in this world, it would be to save Molly, and everyone from that deadly trap, but they don’t even realize it… so… I had no choice; standing at the edge of that dishonest world, at the precipice looking at my total destruction, my life in ruin, I had to leave that world. I refocused on the natural process of removing the limitations blocking my essence; fully integrated honest value production.
I purchased my first Neothink publication during my ill-fated marriage, in 1994. I learned about some interesting discoveries, so I keep purchasing and reading. But that powerful urge of keeping my pretty Molly “happy”, from her going completely insane, I had to hide this new knowledge deep inside my psyche. Trapped deep in the layers of my brain the Neothink knowledge was never allowed to fully integrate, at that time, with my business or life. Looking back to those cold and lonely days, I feel very, very sad for me, my son, and the world. The important values I should have created during those lazy, retarded years will never be, based on today’s average life span; I lost my prime productive years.
But, I’m not going to cry or let those sad feelings block my rediscovered freedom. I left Molly 18 months ago. The first year, I still thought I could get her subconscious to attend to and approach fully integrated honesty (Neothink). I wrote her long letters which we discussed on the phone… but those conversations always ended with her famous (and maybe all trapped souls) saying, “I don’t have time to talk about it right now”. Well, guess what, I don’t have time or patience for her world right now either. I will no longer live in that world run by value destroyers. At the beginning of 2007, I totally committed myself to the Neothink philosophy, to gaining fully integrated honesty. After reading the most recent Neothink publications I quickly realized how Molly tried to kill my free thinking child-of-the-universe. It seems as though I got out of that marriage just in the nick-of-time. The free consciousness of my childhood had been damaged and was no longer fully operable, but my-self-guidance-system was not dead. Because of Neothink, I will get my life back; my essence focus is building in strength as I write this.
Today, I am back on track to Neothink (fully integrated honesty), energized, and integrating though DTC (discipline, thought, and then control). I have once again (like the good-old-days) started removing limitations to clear integrated thought and control: starting with a foolish marriage to an old-world woman, alcohol, sugar, caffeine, and TV, I now have more hours to build my essence; the distribution of values through my marketing career. My boy is right by my side also learning about discipline, honesty, and integrated thought by watching and conversing with me. Conscious control of my existence will return once I regain my fully integrated honesty. I promise myself, my boy, and the world.
I’ve devoted 37 years to studying Philosophy (a self-knowledge quest). We know from what the honest philosophers have said, “All the world’s problems can be solved by first ridding our limitations, the problematic illusionary social conditioning that each culture’s traditions hand-down generation after generation”. Modern philosophers know that each individual has the intrinsic capacity to solve all the world’s problems. But what no one knew prior to Neothink is how, once the mind was free of traditional thoughts, problems really got solved. Modern man knew the prerequisite; free integrated thought. But, even if one had approached free integrated thinking, no one penned what to do next. They would say “start with what is” but never told us what lies beyond, what to do once the brain is clear of all illusions. None went beyond identifying the cause and effect; there was no codification of techniques and technologies capable of solving Man’s problems. Eternal values were known to be good, but no one had a plan to build eternal values. Neothink is the first to give us the answer: The purpose of the human being is value production. Neothink puts the future of philosophy squarely into the now. We have arrived at the time in history that philosophers have been pointing toward for years; fully integrated honesty. Now, with Neothink techniques and technologies one can remove limitations to fully integrated honesty and apply this natural capacity to solve society’s problems. A fully integrated honest businessman, through the power of a free competitive commerce and the application of new techniques and technologies, can create, produce, and distribute values, eternal problem solving values, to mankind. Our essence, as a human being, is to create, produce, and distribute values through business. Each individual’s reward for helping solve the world’s problems with value production, is value reflection; happiness, wealth, beauty, and romantic love.
That is it, produce value and you gain the life of your free-thinking childhood dreams. That is Neothink.
Thank you Neothink people everywhere.
Love, Bruce V.