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Frequently Asked …

Does IPMT teach TM?

IPMT does not teach TM.

As a professional association, our aim is to support the various organisations that do, by providing quality professional resources and advocacy services, to ensure the effective and successful implementation of Maharishi’s Disciplines in all countries.

Does IPMT's role conflict with organisations teaching TM?

IPMT is set up to function in the same way as the professional associations for the various Medical and Legal fraternities.

This is a well established structure to ensure fairness and transparency in these organisations.

Who can join?

While the intent is for members to be qualified practitioners of Maharishi’s Disciplines, we have an associate membership category for those wishing to provide support, whether that be professional expertise, moral support, or donation.

What does it cost to join?

Currently membership is free, however we will be providing additional services, for which there will be a small cost.

I want to join.

Great. Please send us a message, on this page, and we will get back to you. 

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Transparency is more than just a PR or marketing ploy for a business.

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Business ethics is a form of applied ethics or professional ethics, that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that can arise in a business environment. It applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the conduct of individuals and entire organizations.

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Collaborative communication involves clear, honest statements about your beliefs, needs, and emotions. When you communicate assertively, you share your opinions without judging others for theirs.

You advocate for yourself when necessary, and you do it with politeness and consideration because assertiveness involves respect for your own ideas and those of others.