About Inner Peace Movement

Over 60 years experience

For over 60 years, the Inner Peace Movement has been helping people around the world lead more dynamic and fulfilling lives. Founded in 1964 by Dr. Francisco Coll, the Inner Peace Movement has consistently shown people the steps to a more rewarding and exciting life.

What makes the Inner Peace Movement unique is its commitment to practical application and respect for free will. It is based on the principles of the ancient Chinese proverb: “If you give a hungry man a fish today, he will only be hungry tomorrow. If you show a man how to fish, he will have the freedom to use his own resources.” The goal of IPM is to give people the tools and techniques to find their own answers.

Since it was founded in 1964, over a million people have participated in IPM groupwork and discovered a more abundant and fulfilling life.

More about IPM: In over 40 countries around the world

IPM programs have been presented in over 40 countries around the world. Groups are currently meeting throughout Canada, Australia, and Europe.

IPM pioneered the open, factual and non-sensationalized discussion of subjects such as angels, spirit guides, and extra-sensory perception in the media.

IPM leaders have been interviewed in more than 4,000 newspaper articles and have appeared on more than 11,000 radio and television programs world-wide.

In The Media

“The Inner Peace Movement has expanded to more than 40 countries with its community-based personal development program.”
Community Express, Hobart, Tasmania

“Everyone has the answer to their own problems. They don’t have to look outside themselves for answers.”
Irish Independent, Dublin, Ireland

“When you get goosebumps…it means that your angels are trying to contact you. Some people can hear them talk; others receive images, but most people just know their presence because they know intuitively whether or not to do something.”
De Telegraaf, Netherlands

“All children are psychic and don’t see anything strange in having guardian angels, but as the intellectual side of their nature takes over, they tend to forget about their early experience.”
Evening Express, Aberdeen, Scotland

“It’s essential to take care of yourself… we rush around so much that we get all caught up in the demands of our environment.. you need to learn to take a little pause.”
Toronto Star, Canada

Just a few of the publications and stations that have featured stories about us:


  • The Australian
  • Herald Sun (Melbourne)
  • Melbourne Leader
  • Queanbeyan Age (Canberra)
  • Perth Daily News
  • Brisbane Courier-Mail
  • The Advocate
  • Cairns Post
  • Channel 9 TV, Adelaide
  • WIN TV, Hobart
  • 2RES Radio, Sydney
  • ABC Radio, Brisbane
  • ABC Radio, Cairns
  • Radio 5UV Adelaide
  • 7ZR Radio, Hobart


  • The Toronto Star
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • Vancouver Sun
  • Winnipeg Free Press
  • Times Colonist (Victoria)
  • Chronicle Herald (Halifax)
  • Edmonton Journal
  • Ottawa Citizen
  • Calgary Herald
  • CJAD Radio Montreal
  • CJOH TV, Otawa
  • CKVU TV, Vancouver
  • CHUM Radio, Toronto
  • CJOB Radio,Winnipeg
  • CFRA Talk Radio, Ottawa


  • International Herald Tribune
  • Irish Times
  • Glasgow Herald
  • De Echo, Amsterdam
  • The Prague Post
  • La Stampa (Italy)
  • The Birmingham Press
  • Manchester Evening News
  • De Nieuwe Gazet, Antwerp
  • Berlingske Tidende, Denmark
  • De Telegraaf, Netherlands
  • BBC, Great Britain
  • RTE Radio, Ireland
  • FR3, France

Also news organizations in:

Singapore, Korea, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo, Mexico, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Chile, Colombia, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and the Philippines.