James is an independent philosopher and gives lectures for universities, institutions, groups and other organisations. He does not come from any particular persuasion, but as an educator and thought-leader in the broadest sense.
He gives talks on world teachings, current affairs, the essence of philosophical inquiry and awareness, different forms of dialogue and western, eastern, integral and non-dual philosophy. This is integrated with the relative training of wisdom, insights, rationality, formal logic, critical thinking, liberal arts and applied academics.
James points out obstacles that emerge when we are largely absorbed in patterns of thinking as a system of classification and fixed categorisation.
He explores how and why this causes separation of perception, which then manifests as abstractions leading to the barriers and limitations in one’s life. These limitations can hinder rational action to do what is right.
Awareness of these limitations enables oneself to use knowledge with both intelligence and wisdom. The development of this awareness will also lead to being highly effective for the people, groups and organisations in your life.
It is this awareness of both our thinking and our action that enables us to see separation as an illusion and instead directly observes that we are all deeply connected.
The process of observation transcends social construction and manifests the insights into the true nature and purpose of our life. There is a deep transformation in oneself when there are intelligence and wisdom flowing from clarity and awareness.
Training in this field improves ones life by being able to access sereneness and awareness while also improving those people, groups and organisations you come in contact with.
James also holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Politics and Parliamentary Studies and a Master of Laws (LLM) in International Law where he has intensively studied and continues to study political philosophy and legal theory.
He is regarded throughout the world as a great thinker. James transcends the focus on any particular philosophy and instead expresses philosophical integration in a collective, polymathic and unified way.
His thinking combines processes, insights, perceptions and thought systems into both a simple and complex refection of the whole as a means of better understanding the actuality and functionality of the whole.
James speaks about the human experiences in contemporary culture with great precision, subtlety and quality.
He travels across the world discussing the need to understand the greater aspects of life. His teaching is about clear observation beyond any dogma and intellectual knowledge.
James explores the clarity of observation, an observation that brings about freedom beyond group think. It is a freedom emerging from the awareness.
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.”