The Positive Influence of the Neothink Philosophy
All of my life I have believed that we are compelled to stand up for our beliefs, values and integrity. I always questioned the pat answer, challenged the sure thing and took apart the obvious.
Did it help? Not really. I never quite fit in and I always carried around a sense that something was missing, something was out of kilter and needed fixing. Somewhere in me, there was a dream, but I could not name it.
Imagine my delight when I was introduced to Neothink and realized that I was not alone.
I reveled in the fact that others saw the wastefulness of government and foolish politicians and the danger of a malicious judicial system and arrogant lawyers. I was gratified that others understood that the controlling and demoralizing nature of education and religion sucked the creativity, originality and uniqueness out of us before we had a change to explore our true nature and achieve our amazing potential. I was awed that I was not alone in believing that we were meant for more than a brief, futile stay on the planet because we could never fulfill our purpose in the short life span we were given.
I knew then that the insights and knowledge that I gained from the Neothink teachings would allow me to make a positive difference in the world and that I must learn to touch life in all its detail so that I could do my part to help realize the Neothink world.
When I begin thinking this way, I was able to emotionally disengage from the numbing mediocrity of the present and found myself getting back to basics and considering the fundamental questions such as what did I truly value, what enticed me to get up in the morning and what excited my curiosity? I asked myself where I really wanted to plant my flag.
Neothink helped rescue me from complacency, led me away from apathy and steered me back to the path of hope. The Neothink philosophy of a world where all is possible and each individual holds a key puzzle piece that is vital to creating the future picture of prosperity, union, true purpose, joy and love for all has given me hope and new purpose.
Most importantly, I can no longer tolerate the lies, deceptions and betrayals that are indigenous in today’s society. I have come to recognize how politicians, so-called leaders and media puppets divert attention from real problems by inventing imaginary ones or turning trivial issues into mountainous wrongs. Clever spin artists use sensationalism, moral indignation and self-righteousness to distract the public from the real issues and camouflage personal agendas.
I now look for the essence of an issue, a problem or a challenge and strive to create value that goes far beyond my own self. I refuse to be like the floo-floo bird that the architect Frank Lloyd Wright warned was “the peculiar and especial bird who always flew backward . . . because it didn’t give a darn where it was going, but just had to see where it had been.” Rather than fixating on blame, I focus on how best to get to the root cause of an unacceptable situation and what to do to resolve the problem.
Neothink teaches that we are responsible for our own lives. It helped me to recognize that by expecting and demanding that the government take charge, we give them control and relinquish freedom of choice. I have always viewed freedom as the cornerstone of America. I am saddened that so many of today’s youth welcome tightened surveillance, seek standardization and encourage isolation.
Neothink philosophy shows that all progress involves risk. Educated risk is essential to bolstering the nation’s economy and to renew the American spirit of discovery so critical to remaining competitive with the rest of the world.
I believe that my job each day is to change the world, as only I can. Neothink has shown me that I can do this only if I push myself to be the best I can be. My thoughts and my actions each day will make the world a different and hopefully a better place.
I have finally learned to dance in the sunshine.