1. To scientifically investigate systems, techniques, methods and processes which may have therapeutic benefits for, or may improve the quality of life for individuals, families and the community. These systems may include physiological, psychological and/or philosophical inquiries.
2. To acknowledge, liaise, cooperate with and support, where appropriate, other organizations with similar aims and objectives.
3. To acknowledge and cooperate, where appropriate, with suitably qualified practitioners of other healing techniques including allopathic and natural sciences, complementary therapies and
4. To publish in reputable, peer-reviewed journals. To also make information available for members and the general public and hold conferences, seminars etc. for the purpose of education of the community at large.
5. To establish & maintain a research & resource centre and broad based library for the collecting & dissemination of relevant information & research data.