This week on GFM Media (Episode 41) we are joined by a badass of the mystical path: Neil Kramer. Neil is a British philosopher and esotericist whose work focuses principally on spirituality, mysticism, and metaphysics.
Neil explores the relationship between inner development and the many social and cultural factors that influence our everyday lives. Attention is drawn to embracing truth, confronting the negative, and transforming self.
Neil is a self-avowed autodidact, almost entirely self-taught and self-directed, with broad experiential knowledge of interconnected philosophical, spiritual, mystical, Hermetic, and alchemical disciplines – all of which he uses to formulate his cosmology and practice. He has spent time with several orders dedicated to the wisdom of the ancient world. Neil’s synthesis of spiritual wisdom, social critique, anti-authoritarianism, deep knowledge-base, inventive language, and no-nonsense approach, has helped to develop his reputation as a widely respected figure in mystical, spiritual, and alternative communities.
Neil shares his ideas in writings, recordings, interviews, lectures, private consulting, and workshops. He is a popular guest on leading alternative radio and internet shows, and has been broadcast on television networks in the US, Canada, Britain, and Europe. Neil has also spoken at numerous international conferences.
Basic Background: Neil was born Nolan Salmon, in 1972, in Greater Manchester, England. He attended high school and then art college in the neighboring county of Cheshire. He went on to spend many years working in the software industry, before finally devoting himself full-time to his enduring passion for mysticism. Currently, Neil lives in the USA, dividing his time between Oregon, Washington, and New York. He spends much of his time learning, teaching, and traveling.
Join us at 9 pm this week as we get inside Neil’s head for some gritty and insightful musings on Self-determinism v Empire and even share some cheeky laughs along the way: www.globalfreedommovement.org/media