The World Transformation Movement (WTM) is a global non profit organisation that was established in Sydney, Australia, in 1983 to promote and develop understanding of the human condition.
The human condition is the issue of so-called ‘good and evil’ in the human makeup. Why are we the way we are, competitive and aggressive, rather than cooperative and loving — and beneath that, the deeper question of, what is the origin of all this psychological frustration and pain inside of us humans? And since this all-important issue of the human condition — the underlying issue in all human affairs — is biological in nature, its resolution has been the most important task assigned to biologists. As the renowned Harvard biologist E.O. Wilson has said, “There is no grail more elusive or precious in the life of the mind than the key to understanding the human condition.”
Australian biologist and author Jeremy Griffith has been writing on the subject for more than 40 years and it is his breakthrough insights, presented by the World Transformation Movement, that finally provide the psychologically rehabilitating understanding of our ‘good and evil’-afflicted human condition — which, as E.O. Wilson recognised, is the holy grail of the whole journey of human thought and enquiry.
Understanding and absorbing this explanation ends all the bewilderment, confusion and uncertainty — all the insecurity — about human behaviour. It unravels the whole mess we humans have been living in. Learn more about Jeremy Griffith's breakthrough biological synthesis of the human condition here.
The World Transformation Movement launched its first three WTM Centres outside of Sydney at the 2017 World Transformation Movement Global Conference. Since then, WTM Centres have continued to be established around the world. You can visit their websites below: