Ethics and Code of Agreements


The accreditation criteria of the AOM-Network instructors are based on a collective responsibility and a professional discipline that guarantees ethics and the appropriate practice code of conduct.

Whether you are a certified Facilitator or you are still in training, your activity is precious for others; it is also precious for you, since it is an excellent means to deepen your practice through sharing of experience and insight.Instructing others is a practice in itself.  Your practice as a facilitator has triple benefits: it is good for others, it is good for you, and it is good for all.Whatever the transmissions you might already be engaged in, the universal fundamentals of Open Mindfulness found in the OMT protocol will help you review, discover and integrate them.  Open and attentive mindfulness is good at the beginning, in the middle and at the end; it dives into the heart and the depth of the path.”

Denys Rinpoche