The Institute of Asian Metaphysics is a private higher educational non-secular not for profit research, educational, and spiritual facility. The Institute awards academic degrees and professional certifications.
Asian Metaphysics is founded on the concepts derived from the I Ching, Confucianism, and Taoism. Taoism and Confucianism are ancient traditions of philosophy and religious beliefs that are deeply rooted in Chinese customs and worldview. It is a religion whose adherents are also found in Far Eastern countries such as, Malaysia, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. The philosophy is based on the writings of Lao-tzu, and Confucius ( 6th century BC), advocating humility and religious piety. In general, the theories reflected in Taoism can be concluded as a pursuit of the balanced relationship between human beings and nature.
Because Metaphysical degrees are religious in nature, the U.S. Department of Education, under U.S. Federal Law, can neither praise, credit, discredit, nor accredit Metaphysical institutions. Accreditation is not yet available for institutions that are spiritual or religious in any state or state agency
Asian Metaphysics degrees granted by the Institute of Asian Metaphysics are spiritual in nature and are earned solely by the study of Asian Metaphysical teachings with an emphasis on New Thought, Confucianism and Taoism.
The Institute of Asian Metaphysics is legally recognized by the United States Federal Government as a non-secular, spiritual/metaphysical organization, the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. must adhere to the founding precepts of religious freedom and those of the Separation of Church and State.