Over 6 million people have learned the TM technique — people of all ages, cultures, and religions
What you should know about us
The TM technique is taught in Canada by Global Country of World Peace, a nationally recognized non-profit organization.
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No owners or shareholders
As a non-profit, 100% of the TM course fee supports our educational and charitable initiatives. There are no profit distributions of any kind.
15 TM centers in Canada
The TM course fee helps cover the operating costs of 15 TM centres and the national office that serve them.
The organization’s finances are audited annually by an independent CPA firm.
Authentic TM technique
Beware of meditations claiming to be the same or similar to the TM technique. They are very different—and there is no evidence they provide the same benefits documented in the published researchpublished researchpublished research on the TM technique.
Certified TM teachers
The TM technique can only be taught by certified TM teachers in a course carefully personalized for each individual. All certified TM teachers have successfully completed an intensive 5.5-month in-residence Teacher Training Course, and they maintain their certification through ongoing professional courses for TM teachers.
If you learn meditation from anyone who’s not a certified TM teacher, you’re not learning the authentic TM technique.
Personalized one-on-one instruction
All certified TM teachers provide personal one-on-one TM instruction—as well as group sessions to provide further instruction and to ensure your TM practice is easy and enjoyable, and you’re gaining maximum benefit.
Free lifetime support
All of these are available at no extra cost if and when you want them:
- Personal one-on-one "tune-ups" of your TM practice
- TM refresher courses
- Access to certified TM teachers across Canada to answer your questions
You’ll be invited to advanced lectures, special events, group meditations, celebrations, online resources, and more.
Helping those in need
More than 500,000 full TM scholarships have been given to at-risk children, military veterans, domestic violence victims, homeless people, and others in need, through partnerships with the David Lynch Foundation and other non-profit organizations.