WTM FAQ 3.8  Does the WTM run courses?


The WTM provides a free WTM Deaf Effect Coursesee Video/​Freedom Essay 13to help overcome the ‘deaf effect’ difficulty of reading about the historically, but no longer, unbearably confronting subject of the human condition.

The situation is that while we humans have lacked the redeeming explanation of our seemingly horrifically flawed human condition, we have had no choice but to live in deep psychological denial of the subject. It follows then that when the relieving understanding of that condition arrives, as it now has, we will initially find the analysis difficult to read. The WTM Deaf Effect Course that is presented in Video/​Freedom Essay 13 is designed to overcome this initial difficulty of reading about this historically off-limits subject.

We also highly recommend you subscribe to our mailing list to receive a Freedom Essay each week. The essay serieswhich starts with THE Interview, and includes the 14-part Introductory Series of videos at the top of our homepagecovers the main subjects in biologist Jeremy Griffith’s definitive book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition, and so offers an easy way to access FREEDOM in wonderfully illustrated bite-sized portions! The series also covers topics of interest (such as war; the conflict between science and religion; personal testimonials on how this resolves racism and sexism; analysis of great artists and thinkers; the fossil record, and much more) to demonstrate how all aspects of human life can be explained and resolved now that we have understanding of the human condition. As a subscriber you will be notified of free, interactive, live events with Jeremy Griffith and others that are hosted on our website and on Facebook that you can watch and even participate in.

We also encourage you to participate in the interactive activity on our website and in our Facebook Group. There is also our Membership facility, where members can discuss these ideas and share their experiences with other WTM members via email and video conferencing calls.