What Neothink Did For Me
Let’s start with a little history on me, for years it seem as though I was alone in this world. As I walked through each day it was like I was the only person seeing the things that I was seeing. Any person that I’d meet seemed to be in a different world. I was 42 years old and not once in my life had I met someone that looked at the word around them the way I did. It’s always been easy for me to see through a persons illusions to what they were really after. Very rarely did a person sneak a lie by me. My wife and friends (what friends I had) seemed to think that I just didn’t get along with people very well, but that wasn’t it. Being able to see deep into their personalities was my way of weeding out the trouble before it entered my life. It worked well for me for years, but after reaching middle age I was tired of being the only one that could see this. It was driving me crazy and I was really searching for answers on why I was this way, and why everyone else traveled a different path in life.
As a kid I thought I grew up like every other kid in America. I went to school, played baseball, went to church on Sundays, and when I reached a certain age my parents sent me to Sunday school. My parents were very religious but I was the type of person that needed to see things to believe them, so the whole religion thing didn’t go too far with me. For years I felt terrible for not going to church and what I put my parents through for not going. But that was me. From the time I was able to tie my own shoes I didn’t take orders very well, from any authoritative figure, even my parents. That was really hard to deal with but I couldn’t help myself. We fought about many different things as I was growing up. Simple things like I wanted my hair one length and they wanted it another, I was 18 years old and was still expected to be in the house when the streetlights came on. Being the oldest of five kids had its advantages but definitely had more disadvantages.
It seemed as though I was in a world all of my own. I found it hard to communicate with others, make friends and especially hard to get a girlfriend. I shouldn’t word it as hard to communicate; it was more like I read more in to what others were telling me. Like reading between the lines if you want to call it that. So when I could see someone was lying to me or their intentions were no good I would automatically push them out of my life, even people that I cared deeply for.
Little did I know that I had stumbled in to what you might call the Neothink mentality. I was able to see beyond most of the illusions that were going on around me. And me growing up the way I did was the reason I was able to do this.
The day before my 43rd birthday I received a letter in the mail and was on my way to the garbage with it because it looked like more junk mail witch I received a lot of. But on closer inspection this letter didn’t look to be a mass mailing so I started to read it. It was a letter from Neothink. As I read the letter it seemed as though someone in this society was spying on me, not really but they knew where I was in me life. If they only really knew how sick and tired I was of people, and I can now call them the anticivilation. Certain things and I won’t get into specifics had happened in my life between me and the people that I keep close to me that sort of sent me over the edge. That letter gave me some hope and something to look forward to. Because I had planed on leaving this world. I couldn’t wait to get my first free book and when it came I read it over and over waiting on my first heirloom package.
Lets talk about that first heirloom package. I had never in my life finished a book; I started quite a few but never finished one. My wife was a little tick off that I was spending $150.00 on a book seeing how my track record wasn’t very good with books. I was a little concerned that I would not read it too but I figured that I’ve spent that kind of money partying on the weekend before so if this book was going to do what they said it was going to do for me, I was in! When it finial came I couldn’t put it down. My wife had never seen anything like it. When I would get home from work I would rush right to me book and start reading. The material in this book just blew me away. I was 43 tears old and had all kind of questions about life and believe me every one of them was answered by the time I finished my book. The secrets to life are really in that book. I was able to better understand others and myself, my job was easier and just life in general became much easier.
SO, what did Neothink do for me? In short they saved my life, I was really THAT fed up. From the bottom of my heart I would like to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, AND THANK YOU, Mark Hamilton and Neothink
Neothink touches life from one end to the other, if you have experience it you will read about it, I wish I had this information when I was younger. If I could give you any advice, it would be DO IT, you will never regret it.