This isn’t specifically to do with Jeremy Griffith’s work, but if you also enjoy reading fiction and science fiction then I can highly recommend ‘The Void Trilogy’ by Peter F. Hamilton
“… At the very heart of the galaxy is the Void, a self-contained microuniverse that cannot be breached, cannot be destroyed, and cannot be stopped as it steadily expands in all directions, consuming everything in its path: planets, stars, civilizations. The Void has existed for untold millions of years. Even the oldest and most technologically advanced of the galaxy’s sentient races, the Raiel, do not know its origin, its makers, or its purpose.
But then Inigo, an astrophysicist studying the Void, begins dreaming of human beings who live within it. Inigo’s dreams reveal a world in which thoughts become actions and dreams become reality. Inside the Void, Inigo sees paradise. Thanks to the gaiafield, a neural entanglement wired into most humans, Inigo’s dreams are shared by hundreds of millions–and a religion, the Living Dream, is born, with Inigo as its prophet. But then he vanishes. … ”
I’m recommending this because of the parts of the story that take place inside the void. It gives a wonderful depiction of what life might ascribe to within a Transformed Lifeforce Way of Living, but you will have to read all three books to relate to the journey.