This intimate collection of Divine Wisdom is not the property of one man. It belongs to no man, and by no means can we consider it brand new. There is a reason we see the same wisdom past down through the ages, as it rings without comprehension in the minds of man, but touches the heart of more than 10 billion souls.
The manner in which Tigmonk expresses this wisdom can be characterized as playfully dead serious. He points to a truth we all know, but only a few are willing to investigate fully. His hope is not that you believe what he says, but rather that the content creates a space of stillness within the commotion we call our lives, and maybe, just maybe, we might wake up to the complete awesomeness we have always been, and always are. The consequence of which... that we empty within our hearts the conflict that keeps us bound to a prison of lonely discontent and unwanted mental acrobatics.