I received a letter that looked like airmail. At first it looked like junk mail. I threw it in the recycling bag. I had looked at the return address before I threw it away. For some reason I went back and got it out and started reading it.
That was my introduction to Neothink. The letter asked if I was searching for something I was missing in my life. I thought about it, a lot. After thinking about it I realized I was searching for something. My life started out well, I made some decent money early on. Then as the years went by I ended up going from one job to another. Businesses were closing or downsizing, always something.
I had gotten married when I was doing well. When things started to not go as well, the marriage followed suit.
So, yes, I was searching. Searching for the key to restart my life. The initial letter said they had researched me extensively and I was being asked to join Neothink and that I would learn things of immeasurable value. I did a Google search on Neothink. There were many negative things posted. I didn’t see any that really gave a qualified reason. I thought the price of the materials was high. I ordered it anyway. I read the books when I received them.
The “Child of the past” was of great interest to me. That is what I was searching for more than anything. When I was young I built and repaired things all the time. I enjoyed the challenge and the satisfaction of a job well done. I still work on many things and I have some Alternative Energy ideas that I’m going to start working on as soon as I get out of my paycheck to paycheck rut or, I find a forward thinking Investor. That is my “Friday Night Essence”. I was always trying to please others doing what they thought I should do. I’m here to tell you that’s not the way to be happy in life.
I have a different outlook on life now. I see how I’ve been held back and how I’ve held myself back. I’m still not where I’d like to be but I’m on the way. Changing things about myself isn’t easy. Years of conditioning have ingrained it quite well. Now I can step back and look at “what is” and see it’s not how things are supposed to be in life.
It may seem odd that at almost 50 years old I still didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life but I don’t believe I was the only person left searching.