Welcome to the Sunny North QLD WTM Centre!
The breakthrough explanation of the human condition put forward by Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith and the World Transformation Movement has transformed my life and I hope I can help those in Far North Queensland also discover the transformative effects of this scientific solution to our species’ contradictory behaviour.
My name is Joseph Ahie, I was born in New Zealand, moved to Australia when I was 18 and I have lived in Cairns for the past 22 years. I’ve always searched for answers to the great questions of life and so when I came across Jeremy’s book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition I could tell this was a book to treat seriously and with the respect great insights demand.
Joseph Ahie emigrated from New Zealand to Australia while in his teens. He has since travelled extensively in Australia and currently works in the Queensland hospitality and tourism industry. Joseph established the North Queensland WTM Centre in 2019.
The Great Questions Answered
The World Transformation Movement (WTM) is a non-profit organisation established in 1983 to develop and promote enquiry into the human condition. The WTM is a scientific pursuit that makes freely available all books, videos, essays and podcasts and requests no money of anyone, and has not done so since it was first established.
Once I came to the realisation that this really is the great breakthrough the human race has needed for the psychological rehabilitation of our species, I wanted to open a WTM Centre in beautiful, sunny North Queensland to help the WTM disseminate these critically important ideas to the world.
Jeremy Griffith's biological insights break open the biggest of mysteries—the reconciliation of the sexes, racial prejudice and the reason and fulfilment of religion, to name a few. From the onset, and as you journey with this biological explanation of the human condition, you can sense the dedication and research invested in putting together this massive paradigm shift of life-saving honesty.
So, if you love as I do, questioning, seeking deeper understanding as to ‘why is it so’, life, humankind, the behaviour, the madness, how on one hand there are great moments of kindness, on the other despicable events of cruelty, and is it the nature of the beast, and what is the human condition, then I have no doubt you will find, as I did, that these biological insights are nothing short of amazing!
Be prepared to be thrilled, confronted, at times mystified and awed in wonder. This transformation is for everyone. As Sir Bob Geldof said at the Royal Geographical Society in London at the launch of FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition, “we need it [FREEDOM] to be read and talked about and understood”.
Learn about Jeremy Griffith's insights into the human condition...
If you are new to this explanation of the human condition then it’s imperative that you first learn about the key biological insights. The main World Transformation Movement website is where you’ll find all the free videos, books, essays and podcasts so I recommend you start there. Or you can start with FREEDOM as I did by downloading if for free here.
As I’ve mentioned, this is a paradigm shift and the experience for me has included feelings of great relief, excitement and utter joy and also confrontation, so I urge you to get in touch with me if you need further clarification, or if you think my personal experience may help you, or you just want to talk about the information – that is what this is all about and I’d love to hear from you!
Connecting: A trip to the WTM Sydney Centre
From the moment I was picked up to the moment I was dropped off I experienced the joy of kindness and understanding what living surrounded by people who know the truth of our human condition can be. It was this experience that I felt meeting every single person over the weekend. Sharing this experience with members from the WTM centres Melbourne and Ballarat, the Akritidis family and Angela, enhanced the wonder and excitement of connecting.
There was so much goodness that happened over the weekend. From meeting and hearing Jeremy speak, to sitting in person together at the WTM general meeting, to sharing meals, conversations and laughter with new but somehow old friends, to it all satisfying a deep longing to be truly connected being the human sense of belonging. I will always remember the weekend in a most precious way, ending the year with clarity and knowing how to start the decade 2020 with new meaning: one by staying connected, and two by helping others connect with the WTM.