Annabelle West has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New England, with a double major in English Literature and French. She went on to complete a Diploma of Education (Primary) and now teaches French at a prestigious boys’ school. Annabelle, whose brothers James and Stirling West are founding members of the WTM, is a long-time supporter of this project.
“It’s self-understanding we require and Jeremy Griffith’s explanation of the human condition makes you want to go outside, get up and dance! Why? Because it makes sense of our dark side and defends us, bringing relief and compassion to anyone’s life.”
“The time is past for help which is only a Band-Aid.
It is time for radical thinking and for a solution on the grand scale.”
Sir James Darling,
Australia’s greatest-ever educator
The only REAL and lasting solution to the turmoil and suffering in the world
New Age, or ‘pseudo idealistic’, movements are about finding relief from, or escaping, our tormented human condition, rather than directly confronting and bringing reconciling and rehabilitating explanation to our conflicted and divided condition.
READ about how only Jeremy Griffith’s psychosis-addressing-and-solving, REAL explanation of the human condition can stop the disintegration of society and the destruction of our world that is happening everywhere we look.
“I have no doubt FREEDOM provides the holy grail of insight we have sought for the psychological rehabilitation of the human race. This is the book we have been waiting for, it is the book that saves the world.”
Professor Harry Prosen, former president of the Canadian Psychiatric Association
“Solving the ‘human condition’ has the power to end all of the suffering because it deals with the fundamental insecurity that drives all of human psychosis. FREEDOM has to be the most important book ever written.”
Tim Macartney-Snape, AM OAM, biologist & world-renowned mountaineer
“This explanation brings about the true liberation of women and the reconciliation of the sexes, which is truly extraordinary and nothing short of life-changing for me.”
Dr Anna Fitzgerald, Molecular biologist
“FREEDOM is so powerful in its ability to bring compassion to both sides of a polar opposite situation because with understanding all the anger diffuses. It is a mind-fulfilling, intellectually-satisfying, angst-calming source of information.”
FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition
FREEDOM is the definitive presentation of the biological explanation of the human condition needed for the complete understanding of human behaviour and the ultimate amelioration of all the underlying psychosis in human life.DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE COPY
MUST, MUST WATCH: Craig Conway, the acclaimed British actor, writer, producer and broadcaster — and the founder of WTM North East England Centre — has brought all his skills to bear to produce the ideal introduction to Jeremy Griffith’s explanation of the human condition in this absolutely astonishing, world-changing and world-saving interview with Jeremy. It’s called ‘THE’ Interview because in it Jeremy gives such a concise and accessible summary of his world-saving explanation of the human condition that it’s nothing less than the most important interview of all time!
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I shared this recently on Facebook and thought I’d put here as well as it’s another wonderful example of how understanding sheds light on everything www.instagram.com.
Many scientists scorn religion. But now that we have the scientific explanation of the human condition, we can see how extraordinarily insightful some religious metaphors are.
For example, now that we understand that our angry, egocentric and alienated state was the result of a clash between our emerging consciousness and our pre-established, loving instincts, we can appreciate just how accurate the Biblical story of Adam and Eve, Moses’s 3,500-year-old, pre-scientific description of the human condition is.
The book of Genesis story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden describes the primary situation involved in our human condition of the psychologically upsetting battle that emerged between our instincts and our conscious intellect’s search for knowledge.
It says Adam and Eve/we were ‘created… in the image of God’, obviously meaning we once lived in a pre-human-condition-afflicted state of original innocence where we were perfectly instinctively orientated to the cooperative, selfless, loving, integrative, ‘Godly’ ideals of life (God is explained by biologist Jeremy Griffith as being the integrative meaning of life).
The Genesis story then says that Adam and Eve were ‘disobedient’ and ate the ‘fruit’ ‘from the tree of knowledge of good and evil’ because it was ‘desirable for gaining wisdom’.
In other words, we developed a conscious mind and free will.
The story then says Adam and Eve (i.e. we fully conscious humans) then became perpetrators of ‘sin’ and were regarded as ‘evil’, and as a result were ‘banished… from the Garden of Eden’ of our species’ original Edenic state of innocence.
So the story recognised that our ‘fallen’, corrupted angry, egocentric and alienated, psychologically upset, human-condition-stricken state developed, which then, through ‘gaining wisdom’, had to be understood in order for us to become ‘like God, knowing good and evil’, a state of psychologically relieving and rehabilitating understanding that has now arrived and is presented in Jeremy Griffith's [free] book, FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition.
Watch Jeremy Griffith present his breakthrough explanation of the human condition at www.HumanCondition.com
The following quote is from paragraph 740 of FREEDOM by Jeremy Griffith
"While resigned adults became accomplished at overlooking the hypocrisy of human life because of its human-condition-confronting implications, children in their naivety could still see it. They asked: ‘Mum, why do you and Dad argue all the time?’ and ‘Why are we always worried about having enough money?’….and ‘Why are there wars?’….and ‘Why are there pictures about sex everywhere?’"
And the truth is, these are the real questions about human life, as this quote acknowledges:
"The great questions are those an intelligent child asks and, getting no answers, stops asking."
From now on we can safely answer these questions 🙏🙏🙏
For context, inspiration and truth read 'Chapter 8:9 Early Sobered Adolescentman' of FREEDOM.
This is a section from a presentation that Jeremy did that is very interesting. There’s 2 points here. The first is that we have such immense capability when we aren’t locked up with the human condition, an indication of how powerful we will be with understanding and when generations are no longer hurt! Secondly, although I can’t fully connect with this I know it is true and what we experienced at 13 years old, while horrific, is proof of how much we need to support this now as it shows just how good it can be when we return to a life without the crushing burden of the human condition; our internal battle.
"Autistic kids when they disconnect completely from the world, they have enormous powers that suddenly emerge, such as being able to remember everything, every phone number in the phone book; to be able to look at that picture up there and instantly reproduce it in every detail — extraordinary powers. With music, some are able to remember Beethoven’s symphony after one listening and god knows what else [read more about autism in chapter 8:16C of FREEDOM]. So that’s how sensitive we once were. Van der Post talks about the Bushmen — and they’re only relatively innocent—knowing what it felt like to be a baobab tree or a lizard. So there are incredible powers hidden away, blocked by our alienation, and so that’s what our soul remembers, this magic life!
So you’re a 13 year old and you start to see these elements of selfishness and anger and indifference in yourself — how contrasting is that to this magic state? That’s how depressing the human condition is if you face it down full on. That’s how beautiful our soul is and 13 year olds know it, they haven’t blocked anything out yet, they know it’s that beautiful. [Read more about this stage in chapter 8:9]."
It's that time of the year around the Southern Highlands when the leaves are golden and hues of orange, brown and purple before they drop to the ground. This sight is uplifting as is the colour of the booklet for THE Interview and if you haven't read it or watched it then you must. THE Interview is our go-to summary of the explanation of the human condition and how it is saving the world.
Right from when I came across these ideas at a young age I was drawn to the fact that although Jeremy Griffith has explained and made sense of so much, it was comforting to know that every regligion and mythology has recognised that we have departed from an original innocence. It felt right that this was making sense of a universal truth that was so obvious. I have never read much about mythology and would love to read some of the writings of Hesiod and Plato etc.
Here is a passage from Part 2 of THE Interview transcript.
"Jeremy: And with regard to recognition of the upsetting conflict between our moral instincts and our conscious intellect, the Biblical story of Adam and Eve is far from the only recognition of it from ancient times. Indeed, as the researcher Richard Heinberg summarised in his 1990 book Memories & Visions of Paradise (underlinings are Jeremy’s emphasis), ‘Every religion begins with the recognition that human consciousness has been separated from the divine Source, that a former sense of oneness... has been lost... everywhere in religion and myth there is an acknowledgment that we have departed from an original... innocence and can return to it only through the resolution of some profound inner discord... the cause of the Fall is described variously as disobedience, as the eating of a forbidden fruit [from the tree of knowledge], and as spiritual amnesia [forgetting, blocking out, denial, alienation, which is our psychosis]’ (pp.81-82 of 282). So all our religions and most of our mythologies have recognised the basic conflict within us—that the emergence of ‘consciousness’ caused our ‘Fall’ from ‘innocence’.
Way back in about 800BC, the Greek poet Hesiod wrote of our species’ pre-conscious time of living cooperatively and lovingly in his epic poem Works and Days: ‘When gods alike and mortals rose to birth / A golden race the immortals formed on earth... Like gods they lived, with calm untroubled mind/ Free from the toils and anguish of our kind / Nor e’er decrepit age misshaped their frame... Strangers to ill, their lives in feasts flowed by... Dying they sank in sleep, nor seemed to die / Theirs was each good; the life-sustaining soil / Yielded its copious fruits, unbribed by toil / They with abundant goods ’midst quiet lands / All willing shared the gathering of their hands’ (The Remains of Hesiod the Ascræan, tr. C.A. Elton, pp.17-18). So yes, they didn’t have a troubled conscious mind, and they lived a sharing, gentle life...
...The thing is, Hesiod and Plato, like Moses, were living at a time when science still had to be developed, so they weren’t able to provide the redeeming, instincts-can-orientate-but-only-nerves-can-understand, good reason WHY we departed from ‘innocence’and seemingly became ‘evil’, bad people.
Craig: Yes, because there was no science back then.
Jeremy: Precisely, it’s only in the last 150 years or so that science has given us A: the ability to know that the gene-based natural selection process gives species orientations to the world; and B: the knowledge of our nerves and how they are able to remember events, which, much developed, has led to our mind being able to sufficiently understand the relationship between cause and effect to become conscious of, or aware of, or intelligent about those relationships."
Freedom Essay 12 or its podcast (also 12) or video is fantastic, covering subjects ranging from ‘Elephant in the Living Room’ to Plato, to cave vs sunlight, to songs and great artists recognising the truth, to ‘upset’ being the greatest of all stories and a heroic state.
The first introductory talk begins with the following intriguing words, “I might start by putting up this little drawing I’ve done. It shows the proverbial ‘elephant in the living room’ of our lives, which is a metaphor that refers to an extremely important issue or subject, but one that no one acknowledges.”
Such awesome understanding and therefore therapy provided to all! No one is above or below requiring this understanding. Everyone deserves the key to the lock.
I love the power of U2’s song Where the Streets Have No Name. In Freedom Essay 45, Jeremy writes about Prophetic Songs. He starts the essay by writing, “Apart from romance, the greatest of all themes of our best songwriters has been the dream of humanity one day finding the fabulously liberating and transforming understanding of our species’ good-and-evil-stricken human condition. And the image songwriters invariably reach for to express this dream of enlightenment is the rising sun — because light symbolises knowledge and its ability to defeat the darkness of ignorance; with the ultimate ignorance being of ourselves, understanding of our troubled human condition.”
And then in a later section devoted to some of Bono’s lyrics, Jeremy writes, “Then there are Bono’s words from U2’s 1987 song Where The Streets Have No Name: ‘I want to tear down the walls that hold us inside [Plato’s cave of ignorant darkness that humanity has been imprisoned inside], I want to reach out and touch the flame [of the truth about ourselves that will take us to a place], where the streets have no name [where we no longer have to egocentrically name everything]. I want to feel the sunlight [of enlightenment] on my face, see the dust cloud [of our tortured human condition] disappear without a trace, I want to take shelter from the poison rain, where the streets have no name… We’re beaten and blown by the wind, trampled in dust. [But] I’ll show you a place, high on a [redeemed and rehabilitated] desert plain, where the streets have no name… Then there will be no toil or sorrow, then there will be no time of pain.’”
Watch a pulsating version of Where The Streets Have No Name.
I’ve always been musically oriented since a young child so when I saw the capacity of this information to explain music I found the explanation so enjoyable to read, in particular songs and lyrics that anticipate the arrival of the truth. If you go to paragraph 1283 of FREEDOM: The End of the Human Condition and read this section it starts:
“Interestingly, in a 2006 interview with the Australian television presenter Andrew Denton, Bono, the prophetic lead singer of the rock band U2, said, ‘You do get the feeling in Australia that there’s….something going on down here, a new society being dreamt up…[that in Australia there is] the opportunity to lead the world’…”
This section of the book includes singers and songs such as Mark Seymour’s The Holy Grail which used to be a favourite (we used to belt this one out at parties).
I suggest you keep reading through to the end of paragraph 1291 of FREEDOM as it includes all manner of songs, eras and profound meanings, and ….well you may as well continue to the end of the book, just a few pages more!
I really enjoyed watching and reading THE Interview. The final ‘highlight’ was reading Part 4 of the transcript which show what’s possible now.
It is very nourishing to tune in with others to the Global Waver meetings when I can. This is a way to see how our ever growing community is dealing with this information in their lives whether they are introducing it to friends, family, the local library or the local paper or to download experiences surrounding supporting these ideas. I really look forward to joining these on Sundays.
It’s great to visit somewhere local where you can relax and feel inspired to read or take a moment to reflect on what really matters in our busy lives (and throw the dog a ball and grab a coffee). I do this at various spots around the Highlands. This photo is from Exeter. I try to take some time to read a few pages of FREEDOM or to at least take a moment to reflect on life now with understanding.
I’m loving the online FREEDOM readings on a weekend or weekday with WTM Albury founder Sarah Colquhoun. It’s an opportunity to frame up with the truth about the human condition and take time to appreciate what an incredible gift we have come across with these understandings. I recommend these Freedom Readings online because you feel connected to others through reading the book and taking turns in doing this and it keeps you grounded in the information within the book. It’s a big tide we are turning without and within ourselves.
THE Interview booklets also arrived this month and here is a picture of my father reading it. It’s an excellent concise version of what one needs to know to be introduced to the human condition. From this point one can delve deeper into further detail.