Thanks For The Gift of Neothink
By Roxanne B.
It is an honor to be able to speak with you about the Neothink Society and what it has done for me. But before I do that I would like to share a little bit of my own history with you first.
I have never had what one would call a normal life. To be honest, I do not know of anyone who has. Because of the misunderstanding of a thing called dyslexia back in the 1950’s, I was labeled as un-teachable. It was drummed into me that the only thing I was good for was cleaning up the mess after other People. As far as a job went, the only thing I could do was be a dish washer.
At one point in my life I tried to join the army. The mistake I made was to have one of my parents take me to the Army recruiting Office. I sat in that office across the desk from the Lieutenant who was the recruiting Officer in our little city, and I had to listen to my parent tell this stranger how dumb I was. The only time I got to speak at all was when we got up to leave. I shook the Lieutenant’s hand and said I was sorry to have wasted his time.
I moved out of my parents house by getting married. My first marriage failed, as did my second, and my third. My life kept spiraling downwards, and to hide my own pain and disappointments in myself, I took to drinking. Day after day I would hide myself inside a bottle, I was slowly killing myself.
It was during this time that I met and married my forth husband. He was a Navy man all the way and for some reason he understood my problem and did everything he could to help me overcome my drinking problem. Life in the military is very different then life in the private sector. Living on the base in base housing is like living in a fishbowl. Everyone knows everything about you. To my surprise there were a number of fellow Military Dependents who were willing to help me in any way they could. This was something that was foreign to me. Still it took me many years to over come my drinking problem. During this time I learned a new kind of life style and bit by bit I became a recovering alcoholic. When I finally stopped drinking I replaced the alcohol with food.
In 1992 my husband retired from the Navy as a Chef Petty Officer. Life on the outside was not what we had expected. In that first year I had worked 3 different jobs and was let go from each one of them. It was the same for my husband. He went from job to job. We even went to work for a temp agency for a time. The bills kept piling up and there was no end in sight.
Both myself and my husband tried to make ends meet. Our monthly debts became more then our monthly income. We cut back on our spending and cut back again. We even went to one of those debt management places for help. By the end of 7 months on their program we were even further in debt. They advised us to file bankruptcy. So in 1996 we filed for bankruptcy. Over the next few years we lived in limbo.
My husband got me a computer and started to teach me how to use it. One day I pulled out all the little notes and papers I had used through the years to hand write a story. I put all this into the computer and ended up with my first novel. I then tried to get that novel published. More disappointment was in-store for me as publisher after publisher turned me down. I returned to my comfort, food.
In 1999 My Gaul bladder became blocked and filled with a tar like substance, and I was in real trouble. At first the doctors thought it was my heart. So I was admitted into the hospital. I am sure that you are aware the kind of money we are talking about when it comes to hospital stays. I spent three days in the cardiac care unit having every test you could imagine that has to do with the heart. When they found nothing wrong with my heart they sent me home. One week later I was back at the hospital in the emergency room. This time they did a simple ultrasound and found the right problem. I was rushed straight into surgery that very day. One big problem that faced myself and my husband was the fact that I had no medical insurance what so ever. We ended up having to put a lean on our home to pay for the operation that saved my life. We had luck , not all of it was bad, just most of it.
I wish that I could say that things started to get better for us at this point but they just stayed the same. Buy this time even my husband was turning to food as a comfort and soon he passed me in weight gain. For the next 4 years I sat in our living room and gained so much weight that it became difficult for me to get down the steps of our porch. Let alone walk up them. I guess you could say that I was eating my way into a grave.
Then something happened that gave me hope. I was contacted by the Neothink Society. What was explained to me sounded like a pipe dream. Some one was willing to show me the secrets to making my life better and in the process I could help others make their lives better. It was like getting a scholarship to an elite University. I had to ask myself if maybe someone hadn’t made a mistake. I talked to my husband and he said I should do it. So I did.
I got the material and I went to work learning. And learn I did. In December of 2006 I had my very first mentoring essence meeting with Mark Hamilton. For the first time in my life I felt real pride in myself. I still had to work harder then most people to understand the material that I read. At least now I knew that there was someone out there who looked at this world the same way that I did, and they wanted to make a difference, just like I do. I learned that there are progressive levels of learning in Neothink, and when I came into the society proper I met so many people from all walks of life. Each one of them willing to help me reached a level of learning that everyone in my family said was a pipe dream for me. At first I didn’t interact with more then just a few members, I can’t tell you why I held back from the other members for so long. Maybe it was because I didn’t know if I could interact with others on an intellectual Level. As I look back on it now, I could just kick myself for waiting that long to make up my mind. But what is the most important thing to me now is the friendships that I have made inside the society. I am not just talking about our local area. I now have friends all over this country and we keep in contact with each other on a weekly bases. They share their knowledge with me and the progress that I have made in my own development has surprised not only me, but my family as well. I was able to learn who it was , I was. When I found myself, I grew.
There is an old saying and it goes like this.
In a persons life time they can count themselves fortunate if they have even one real friend.
How fortunate am I? I now have so many friends that I stopped counting. All of my friends will stand with me for the rest of my life, because that is the bond that has come out of Neothink. I know that I will stand with them, no matter what comes our way.
I have laughed more in the past months then I ever did in my whole life. I am surrounded by people who love me for me. When we meet for our clubhouse events it is like a family reunion. The hugs are real and come from the heart. We are honest and true, and we support each other in every way. We refer to each other as brothers and sisters. For some of us it is the first family that we have ever known. The help that we give to each other is given with true love for one another. You can’t find this in this day and age in what we call our civilized world. It is not there. Believe me I have looked, and looked and looked.
I believe that the most important thing I have learned here in Neothink is how to take control of my own life. Or rather take my life back. I have learned how to be a leader for myself. Because in the end I am the one responsible for my life and what I do with that life.
So far I have lost 50 pounds, and I can tell you it feels great. And oh yes, I finally did publish my novel, and now I can help others get their first works published as well.
Right now I am the Information Hub Controller for all of our members in the state of Michigan. Not bad for some one who was only good enough to be a dishwasher for the rest of her life.
Neothink set me free and showed me that I can do anything I want because when you have the right tools and you know how to use them, a whole new world opens up before you and there are no limitations put on you save only those that you put on yourself.
Just think of what you will accomplish if you have those tools and the support of countless members who not only help you to stand on your own two feet but are willing to share all that they know with you. Never expecting anything in return.
And yes, I have read those web sites where they bash Neothink and call it a scam. A scam? You can’t prove that by me, no one can. So I guess you can put it down to something like the old witch hunts. Fear of the unknown. Why are so many people afraid to succeed? Answer, they are not. What they are afraid of is failing, so they take pot shots at those who are succeeding. I am very happy to say today that I am on the road to success, and that I got here with the knowledge that was given to me by Neothink. I am also proud to say that Neothink is willing to share this knowledge with anyone who is willing to step up out of the world of fear and into a whole new realm of learning. It takes hard work and perseverance, not to mention a love of life. Specially when that life is your own. Understanding Neothink is the one thing that freed my mind from the ( You will never succeed.) mentality that beat me down for 50 years. Now I am in control of my own life as a leader, free from all the put downs that stopped me in the past from becoming anything more then a dishwasher. How do you say thank you to those who have given you such a wonderful gift. That’s easy, be true to yourself and be the person that you are meant to be, free from anything that would control you or your life.
Thank you Mark Hamilton for this gift of Neothink Knowledge. It is my pleasure to pass it on to any who seek for a better way of life.