Author, entrepreneur, and life-transformational coach, Dorine Mwesigwa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Religious Studies & Philosophy from the University of Roehampton in London, and a Master’s in Extended Ecumenical Studies from the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn.
Born in Uganda, Dorine speaks Luganda, English and German and is the author of Iron Eagle Mum: Our Journey of Discovery on turning life’s adversities into triumphs. In 2017 she established the Eagle Mum Foundation to help mothers raise children positively and overcome challenges successfully. A mother of four, Dorine enjoys helping other people, including through organised voluntary work, and loves cooking, reading and gardening.
Dorine is so committed to ensuring as many people across the world have access to this liberating truth that she will soon be opening a Centre in her home country, Uganda — “I want this understanding to touch the world, I want it to move nations!”
“I personally do tremendously appreciate and credit Jeremy Griffith for this huge life-transformational assignment.” Dorine Mwesigwa
Transcript of Dorine Mwesigwa’s WTM West Midlands Centre ‘About’ video
In the summer of 2019 I started to see posts from the World Transformation Movement (WTM) on Facebook. I must admit they caught my eye particularly because of the keyword ‘transformation’—because I am a life-transformational coach—so it caught my eye. So I took the initiative to delve into Jeremy’s content through reading, listening and watching videos [at www.humancondition.com]. As Jeremy spoke, my spirit began to take it all in and his message began to resonate with me.
About seven months into all the information, I took a break and stopped listening to, or reading, or even watching, anything to do with the World Transformation Movement—my biggest reason being that it all sounded too good to be true because I was in shock that I had, in fact, found the truth about human behaviour that I have been looking for to make sense of all the horrific pain and trauma that I write about in my Iron Eagle Mum book. [Iron Eagle Mum, which was published in 2017, Dorine describes the trials and tribulations she has faced during her life.] The two-month gap that I took with without accessing Jeremy’s content sent me into a trance of anxiety, because by now I already knew it was something special. The longer I stayed away, the greater my curiosity grew—and because in my nature I thrive on challenges, I re-embarked on the content. So I indulged myself in the book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition, which I’ve got right here with me—it is always by my side!
In my opinion, it is astounding that a person, and not just any person but a scientist in particular, could dedicate 40 years, not only of his career but his life, into understanding and explaining the abject ‘human condition’, as Jeremy calls it, because science has never given me a good explanation of anything to help me understand, to help me relate to my faith, my Christian faith, or my theology, as I had studied it. But it turns out that is where Jeremy’s content resonated with me—through my faith of what I believe, and of what I had studied; the five years of theology that I have studied. So that to me sounds like a calling, and I personally do tremendously appreciate and credit Jeremy Griffith for this huge life-transformational assignment.
After having immersed myself in his work, I can safely deduce that Jeremy’s book FREEDOM is by far the only book so far that has been written that provides the most accurate and profound explanation of the human condition. What stands out for me in this book is the liberating truth that it gives us; this concept that suggests that we humans have savage animal instincts within us is, in fact, based upon false biological excuses, because that’s a very common belief, you know, and people use it as an excuse, that “After all, we’re all like animals.” But that’s not true, because we human beings are loving and we’re caring; we don’t really have these animalistic instincts. Jeremy proved that to me in this book, and to know that was a huge relief.
Jeremy’s explanation of how we humans developed a fully conscious mind some two million years ago, as he explains in FREEDOM, is very relieving for humanity because it brings to our awareness that humans possess both instinctive and intellectual behavioural patterns in our makeup, which explains why we sometimes find it difficult to make the right decisions. I admire how Jeremy profoundly explains our angry, alienated and egocentric behaviour as the result of the battle between human instinct and intellect, hence our abject human condition. So Jeremy’s work has brought us to the priceless truth and understanding that this tragic conflict is indeed the cause of all our misery.
For me, all of my traumatic experiences are fully written in my book, Iron Eagle Mum. Jeremy’s scientific explanation started to give me the reasons for why I wrote my book. I knew that having written the book I felt accomplished, nevertheless I wasn’t as accomplished until I got the explanation of the human condition from the book FREEDOM. So for me that was a huge, huge learning for me.
So Jeremy’s work has brought us to that priceless truth and I’ll quote Jeremy here; he says our ‘ideas will not be consistent with our instincts’ [see Video/Freedom Essay 3: The EXPLANATION] because we have a brain, and animals don’t, so that’s what makes the difference.
What Jeremy’s work has done for me, and I believe for all of humanity, is enabled us to understand through a biological explanation that we are, in fact, a genius species to be the only species to possess both instinct and a conscious mind, and to be able to make decisions based upon these two conflicting forces. This is affirmed in a line in FREEDOM: ‘humans are the heroes of the story of life on Earth’. So yes, so living a life with that grand awareness enables human beings to manage even through difficult times, and that’s where we derive our freedom.
So for me the revelation of this understanding of the human condition was like my ‘Aha’ moment; it felt like my epiphanic moment. It felt like a dark veil had been lifted off my face and now I could see the truth. And it was very liberating to know that everything I have done, through my personal lived experiences, was done in such good knowledge, and that along this search, the whole while, we as humans were good and not bad. We were just looking for knowledge. That is very liberating.
What this understanding does for human beings—because as much as I like to speak for myself, I want to take this message across to other people—is that being able to discover the truth that all humans have inevitably been on the journey of trying to understand themselves through their personal life experiences, and that although they have made, and are still making mistakes, it doesn’t make them bad, but instead it makes them heroes of the story of their lives. In fact, this is the most liberating biological truth in all of human history, in my own opinion. That’s how I see it. So this liberating truth changed the trajectory of my life completely.
Jeremy’s analogy of the Biblical story of Adam and Eve was where I began to relate Jeremy’s work with my theology and spirituality—when he mentions the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and gives a scientific explanation of their conduct of eating the apple, referring to them as the heroes of the story of life on Earth [Video/Freedom Essay 3]. Jeremy goes on to say that ‘surely the conscious mind is nature’s greatest invention’ and refers to this search of understanding as a task. How this ties in with my spirituality, my faith based upon the Bible, is that the theology I studied teaches me that Jesus came to die for my sins because man did not put himself in this sinful position, so he mustn’t be the one to pay the sacrifice, hence Jesus’s death on the cross by crucifixion. So God pays that [sacrifice] for man through His greatest love for humanity. For me this justifies Jeremy’s scientific explanation, because Jeremy says that this was a way for man to discover himself. The Bible says that God sends His son to die for us—I mean if we were indeed in the wrong, we would have had to pay that price, but because we are not in the wrong and God is not even blaming us—He loves us so much—what He does is He sends His son to pay the price for us. That’s one of the examples. So what theology refers to as ‘the sinful nature of man’, or ‘the fall of man from the Garden of Eden’, Jeremy scientifically explains it as a heroic state through humanity’s epic search for self-knowledge to understand the human condition, hence making man the hero of the story of life. So instead of being blamed, Jeremy says this guy (man) is indeed a hero in this act and, like I’ve mentioned, he even deserves a sacrifice for it from God!
That’s how my theology and spirituality ties in with Jeremy’s scientific explanation. So through Jeremy’s scientific explanation of the human condition, we understand that equality and goodness in humans is a fundamental truth, and that everyone is equally worthy and with none inferior or superior to the other. So this concept right here is Bible truth, because the Bible says that no one is inferior or superior, we are all the same. These two examples are sufficient proof me of how Jeremy’s work reconciles science with spirituality. So Jeremy’s scientific explanation seals the deal for me! It affirms my claim of reconciliation of science and spirituality.
In my opinion, I strongly believe that everyone needs an understanding of the scientific explanation of the human condition, regardless of their race, spiritual or political affiliation, sexual orientation, belief system, or whatever barrier of boundary there may be. This explanation and understanding cuts through all of these barriers, because what we all have in common is humanity. And that’s what makes Jeremy’s work so powerful. I believe that with this awareness humankind will embark on a whole new journey of a well-deserved quality of life, one without guilt and self-recrimination. As Jeremy says, people will now know that ‘they didn’t deserve all that criticism’ and that ‘we had to be prepared to march into hell for a heavenly cause’. By saying this, he enlightens us that it had to get worse before it could get better. I use the analogy of a pregnant woman in labour; I have children, so I know what it means to be in labour, and to be in pain, and to be waiting for your baby to come, and then finally the baby comes and it was ‘worth the pain all along’. This is exactly what Jeremy is trying to say [smiling].
I would like to open a WTM Centre in West Midlands, United Kingdom, mainly because it’s of my utmost importance and desire for me to take this transformational information far and wide so as to free humanity. I believe it frees humanity, that’s my belief for now. I believe that Jeremy’s work will impart more knowledge to what we already know.
What fascinates me the most about his work is that it doesn’t remove or disrupt one from whatever it is they believe, but rather it presents one with a clear scientific explanation and understanding of the abject human condition. That was my worry in the beginning when I first came across this content; I was worried that perhaps this is another one of those movements that are like a religion, or a sect, but this is not what Jeremy’s work is all about [see FAQ 6.1 on how this understanding differs from religion]. Jeremy’s work is the unique understanding of the abject human condition, so this unique quality of Jeremy’s work is one of the strong reasons as to why I’d like to establish a WTM Centre in West Midlands, UK, so it’s so much easier to impart knowledge upon people without them having the feeling that one is trying to convert them into a particular belief system, hence why it is very important to get the book FREEDOM and understand it for oneself.
Like I mentioned earlier, I had a veil on my face before I got this information, but when I got this information, it was so liberating, and I strongly believe that if other people will hear this from other testimonials they will jump on board because every one of them wants this liberty. I strongly believe that it’s going to liberate humanity, it’s going to liberate humankind—that is a major reason for me to take this information far and wide!
“The revelation of this understanding of the human condition was like my ‘Aha’ moment; it felt like my epiphanic moment. It felt like a dark veil had been lifted off my face and now I could see the truth. It was very liberating.”
“Having written my book I felt accomplished, nevertheless I wasn’t as accomplished until I got the explanation of the human condition in FREEDOM; for me that was a huge, huge revelation.”
“This liberating truth changed the trajectory of my life completely.”