The Briefest of Introductions to a Most Remarkable Man.
Arguably, the foundation of Dr. Kenneth Mills approach to elevated spirituality and enlightenment was the perfection of language - the importance of words. His "Unfoldments" could easily be 2 to 4 hours long - unscripted, totally spontaneous, as they say - responding to the moment. Each lecture would be later transcribed. Comparing the transcribed text to the video of the lecture was simply astounding. Literally, there was never one grammatical error - no less any silly interlocutions. In all the years I was involved - and despite that most of his language was Faulknerian in its elaborate use of sentence structure (lengthy multi-page paragraphs that would end up being one sentence) I never detected even one grammatical error. Even his most casual of conversations - when transcribed - would inevitably turn out to be linguistically perfect. This was in stark contrast to everyone else. Try speaking up in one of these lectures. The transcribed evidence would be inevitably humbling. Everyone else's inner world of language - even the most apparently articulate - me included - was an inchoate mess. Perhaps a few interesting ideas. For the most part, a spontaneous jumble of sentence fragments with no intelligible grammatical undergirding - even if parsed free from useless placeholder utterances. Try suggesting he was "channeling"? He would simply scoff - arguing that if you say you are channeling, you are not accepting the responsibility for the words you utter.
After a time, you realize that the focused and awareness-filled use of language is the "mark" of all the great teachers - Jesus, Buddha, Mohammed - even Rev. Moon. It is all about The Word.