No. At this time, we are not a certified to give CE credits, but we are working on it. Stay tuned…
“Trailblazers” are organizational leaders that work inside medium and large corporations AND meditate. The M Program, in part, is a platform to support senior management in “coming out of the closet” about meditation and their insights about how meditation has impacted their careers. Please note that this is M Program specific language. These leaders may not refer to themselves as “trailblazers”. In fact, they are likely “Good to Great” style leaders that seem to “naturally” talk about everyone else’s successes rather than their own.
“Translators” is a word we use to describe leaders that have devoted their life to explaining every facet of meditation in our native languages. They are selfless and intelligent. They have clarity on how meditation can impact people and groups. Please note that this is M Program language. Some “translators” humbly do not use this word to describe their work or their role.
Outside of the core M Program, our MPPs travel around the world and attend conferences. We join events, officially or non officially. We hold M Program internal leadership and knowledge share conferences. We also hold one M Tribe experience week event per year where everyone (staff, volunteers, clients, investors, families) is invited to congregate, meditate a little and connect a lot.
We provide M Gear “out of the box” with our programs. Initially, the gear is focused on supporting the program and certain behaviors. Upon completion of the program, the M gear is focused on amplifying community impact. Have an idea for some M Gear? Let us know!
This lovely little origami horse is our M Program mascot. He gives a visual and allegorical voice to our mission and manifesto.
Yes. Meditation is for everyone if the definition is “to take time to connect with one’s body and mind and share learning with others.”
No. Meditation is not for everyone if the definition is to attain perfection or attempt very difficult mind and body training.”