In 1982, the Institute for Individual and World Peace (IIWP), began the work of studying, identifying and presenting the processes that lead to peace.Today, IIWP is active in...

  • The study of peace throughout the world and developing programs based on what we learn

  • Providing workshops for adults and children

  • Participating in community projects

  • Windermere Ranch - A place of peace

  • Peace presentations and speeches

  • Supporting and partnering with other organizations that promote peace

Click here for more information about IIWP Founder and Spiritual Advisor John-Roger and IIWP Spiritual Director John Morton.

Building a Foundation for Peace

We have discovered four principles that build a foundation for choosing peace as an individual and functioning as a peacemaker in the world.

  • Peace is present

  • Peace is an inner process

  • Peace is a choice,
    available regardless of any conditions

How do we become peacemakers?

We become peacemakers by having a direct experience of what takes place when we choose peace inside. When we have a direct experience of peace, we want to choose peace again and repeat the experience. Why? Because we discover that peace is an active process, bringing with it happiness, inner expansion and enthusiasm.

IIWP presents processes that lead to peace so that people can have a direct and personal experience of peace in their day-to-day lives.


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How do we find Peace?


"In IIWP, we are moving inside, where we can have peace...
and let the peace flow into the world."

IIWP Founder

and President