BLOGS, NEWS & UPDATES from our WTM Melbourne Centre
My Sydney experience - By Nicoletta
I was never expecting this day to come so soon. The day that I could visit the WTM centre in Sydney! For so long I had been wanting so much to visit everyone and give everyone enormous hugs and meet the incredible team that works so tirelessly every day to help save the human race. And I was finally lucky enough to do so this year.
Already being so young and to be exposed to this information is lucky enough, yet being able to meet a whole family of people who understand this and can talk to me about this ‘no-go zone’ subject was just an amazing feeling. No one had EVER been able to confront this fearful subject yet I was able to be surrounded by honesty all day and encircled by so much love and joy. It’s the ultimate experience and just proves that some day (which is coming soon), every person in the whole world will be able to feel the joy and love and happiness from knowing the battle is over and they can rejoice in this freedom and relief just like I did and will be able to share it with every human on the planet all day long. Everyday in the future will feel like my experience at Sydney and that’s just incredible to think about.
From talking to Weavy for around 2 1/2 years and feeling the love already, to experiencing Chris’ reaction/s after coming back from Sydney I was so excited to go. It definitely felt like my inncer child was at home and at peace when I was there. And to top all that being able to hear the one and only Jeremy do his presentation AND even relate it to school and the relief of exposing all the bullshit and even the maths part of how silly and mechanistic it is, was just so awesome. The feeling was indescribable having so much honesty and love throughout the whole day with the GTM later that night. For once I was in the other side of the screen 😂
Overall just an incredible experience to have so many adults especially that actually took time to care about me and genuinely not in a pseudo way ask me about me! That’s so special for a kid.
So thanks to everyone for such a wonderful weekend and can’t wait to visit everyone again ❤
A visit to the Sydney WTM Centre - By Desi
Wow wow wow!!!!
Such an amazing, emotionally beautiful experience this weekend, having come to visit WTM Sydney with my family. I feel very privileged to have had the opportunity to have met Jeremy, who has had an enormously positive impacted on me & my family which words cannot explain!
A HUGE thank you to all you beautiful & warm people in WTM SYDNEY, which now I can call my new extended family ❤❤❤.
This was a very special experience which I will not forget and can’t express my gratitude enough on how I could feel the love always in everyone’s presences.
Looking forward to our next catch up 😘❤😘❤😘❤😘❤
All humans are enduring the same battle — but the battle has now been won, the war is over!
I have the memories of being a little girl and thinking that the world had gone mad. I was always curious and kept asking “why” to every unanswered why, which as you can imagine would have been frustrating to those around me. But no one was able to provide me with a satisfying answer that wouldn’t create more questions in my mind. No one could answer why there were people on the streets while we lived in a massive house, why people murder, and what brings them to that point, or even as simple as why my older brother wouldn’t get told off for the same thing I would get in trouble for. I never felt as though I belonged in this world; My mind would race and I could never hush the thoughts inside my head, always trying to analyse situations and make sense of my frustrations at the world. I came to the realisation that I wasn’t going to get the answers from those around me. Once I hit late primary school, I decided I was going to study psychology – the study of the human mind and behaviours. This was going to answer every question I had and solve all of my problems, and the worlds. An issue was however, that I had to wait seven years to be able to go to university to study this subject, and I had to make sure my marks were good enough to get in. So, from an average student I worked hard to receive grade A marks to secure my chances to find the answers to all my questions.
Then… high school hit. The world started to become lonelier than it did before. My twin sister and I were getting bullied from individuals in our year level for no apparent reason. Another reason to feel as though I didn’t belong. I felt okay as long as I had my sister around, because I had a vision that I was going to be able to understand why people bully one day. Unfortunately, it impacted my sister in such a great way that she couldn’t bear being at school anymore, so she dropped out.
I turned fifteen, and I lost a close relative that I loved so dearly. I always questioned my Orthodox Christian faith growing up, more so now than ever. I had made up my mind. God wasn’t real. How could he take someone away that was a believer, someone that was loved by so many? It seemed to not make sense and I wasn’t going to believe in something that gave me no answers. At fifteen the bullying grew greater, more destructive, more manipulative, more savage than ever before and the general response was turning a blind eye to the pain and suffering I was going through. It got to a point where my already existent belief of not belonging became so unbearable that I wanted to end my life. …The only thing that stopped me was knowing deep down that one day, every little thing that I went through was going to be made okay because everything was soon going to be explained.
The end of high school arrived and I made it into the course of my dreams; the course that was going to answer all of my questions. Six months into the course, I quickly realised that psychology didn’t answer everything. I was still left asking “why” to the unanswered why’s, but I knew that I wasn’t going to give up.
During this time, I met someone. Someone who was willing to question things just as much as I did. Their journey that brought them to that point is a whole other story, but that story brought us together for a reason. The reason was this: he introduced me to Jeremy Griffiths book FREEDOM: THE END OF THE HUMAN CONDITION. When he initially started speaking to me about these understandings, I questioned everything and I tried poking holes in every statement he made. As I read the book, I would message him and say, “yeah, but what about this?”. And sure enough, the very next few lines answered the questions I had, and eventually, everything started to stack up. It answered all of little Nikola’s questions, all her why’s to all the answered why’s and even beyond what her mind could even fathom. As I sit here with tears in my eyes and reflect upon my life’s journey, reminded of the pain I went through I can honestly say that this biological understanding of humans that Jeremy Griffith has presented has saved my life. They are tears of joy, of happiness, of celebration and excitement that humans can now live FREE of this condition in which we have had to suffer and endure to find these answers.
If I could send a message to little Nikola, the one that had to go through what she went through it would be as simple as this: You’re not going through it alone. All humans are enduring the same battle. But the battle has now been won, the war is over.
And my message to whomever is reading this blog is; you’re not going through it alone. All humans are enduring the same battle. But the battle has now been won, the war is over. Trust the process of the book, there is a method to the way Jeremy Griffith writes. He does an amazing job of parenting you through the process of transformation. I hope that these understandings will answer all your why’s and how’s, and that it will save your life as it did mine.
Sam, Doug and Neil from WTM Sydney caught up with the founders of WTM Melbourne, Sam Akriditis and Frank Balamatsias, on a recent trip to Melbourne. They were able to have a great chat about the human condition, the transformation that is now possible, and the fantastic progress of the Melbourne centre over a beer and a meal in the heart of Melbourne. Note, the orange suits were donned in support of Sam, Doug and Neil’s favourite football team who were playing in the AFL Grand Finals that weekend … so the colours of FREEDOM were in abundance!
The WTM Melbourne Centre is incredibly excited to welcome to our global network of support a new WTM Centre in Victoria! Our friend, and now fellow Centre founder, Angela Ryan has just opened the WTM Ballarat Centre — and so we encourage you to visit www.wtmballarat.com to learn all about Angela, who is a mother and lawyer who also holds Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation and Human Services from Penn State University in her native USA. Angela is an incredibly warm and intelligent person making an invaluable contribution to this project, and we can’t wait to share in her enthusiasm as we work hard to promote this world-saving understanding of the human condition across our state, and the world!
The team at the WTM Melbourne Centre was thrilled to have a very strong presence at the wonderfully exciting August 2019 Global Transformation Meeting. The meeting overflowed with fellowship and inspirational discussion between Centre founders and members from every corner of the globe, and featured particularly special contributions from Melbourne’s Chris, Ari, Nicoletta and Alex Akritidis on how Jeremy’s explanation of the human condition has the power to explain the egocentric state, and empathetically bridge the historical divide between generations, especially between young children and adults.
Watch the highlights of the August meeting below:
Or you can watch all of the August meeting here
Angela Ryan (5th from left), founder of the newly created WTM Ballarat Centre, met up with members of the WTM Melbourne Centre, for lunch at Daylesford, to support Angela’s wonderful initiative to open a WTM Centre in Ballarat.
We were all thrilled to meet and host Dr Anna Fitzgerald (5th from left), a WTM founding member, on one of her business trips to Melbourne. It was a great night discussing these exciting understandings and Anna said it was ‘wonderful’: ‘They are too good to be true. The environment they have created is so supportive of living with the truth about humans. It’s brilliant. I found hanging out with them so inspiring.’
During a break in their February 2019 visit to Sydney, members of the Austrian and Melbourne WTM Centres went for an invigorating walk through a local national park with some of the founding members of the Sydney WTM Centre. It was a wonderful way to get to know each other better while appreciating the beauty of the late summer weather and wildflowers.
Newly interested people are invited to join our MEETUP Group, to interact and discuss with others that share a deep appreciation of these breakthrough biological insights into the Human Condition.
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Instagram story from Chris (a WTM Melbourne Member).
A snapshot from this weeks WTM Melbourne Meeting: Our weekly meetings are a great place for new people interested in these ideas to come along and find out more and ask questions about these incredible insights into the human condition and to meet other WTM members!
Instagram post from Chris (a WTM Melbourne Member)
In January, we had a special visit from Sydney WTM Centre founding member Sam Belfield. We discussed a range of topics, but particularly gained a lot of knowledge from Sam's experience in understanding the Human Condition, and helping people overcome the Deaf Effect to access the wonderful Transformed State. It was a great day out along St Kilda Beach in Melbourne, Victoria.
2017-12-15 - Members Library
We've been busy building the Melbourne WTM Centre's library, so members can easily access reference material contained in Australian Biologist Jeremy Griffith's works, especially his most definitive book FREEDOM: The End of the Human Condition (www.humancondition.com/freedom-the-end-of-the-human-condition).
We had a special visit from Sydney WTM founding members Tony Gowing and Tess Watson in November, where we had some delicious dinner at the Squire's Loft in Albert Park, and later showed them around Melbourne's CBD, where Tony and Tess shared their experiences on how to become transformed and overcome the Mexican Stand-Off, as well as explain how understanding the human condition reconciles Men & Women. It was a great night out.
Check out the highlights from our September 2017 World Transformation Movement Global Transformation Meeting!
Check out the highlights from our June 2017 World Transformation Movement Global Transformation Meeting!
Over the queens birthday long weekend, Melbourne WTM Centre representatives Frank Balamatsias and Sam Akritidis visited some of the Sydney World Transformation Movement founding members.
A truly memorable visit with wonderful stories and experiences shared living and rejoicing these incredibly exciting breakthrough scientific insights. The fellowship these insights inspire really does breathe life back to Humanity.
Online meetings have been launched by the Melbourne WTM Centre. At present, these meetings are only available to members who have some appreciation of the biological truth about the human condition presented on our main website www.humancondition.com. If you would like to participate, why not learn more about the subject and become a subscriber here.
The WTM Melbourne Centre representatives Sam Akritidis and Frank Balamatsias meet with Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith (author of FREEDOM: The End of the Human Condition and founder of the World Transformation Movement) in February 2017.
2017-02-17 - LAUNCH OF THE WTM MELBOURNE CENTRE
What an incredible moment in Melbourne's and humanity's history. The WTM Melbourne Centre has been launched, and the relief and excitement that these breakthrough scientific insights deliver to all humans, are now even more accessible to everyone in this great city.