What we're about
Persatuan I-Inspire (PPM-007-14-17112016) is a non-profit organisation registered with the Registrar of Societies, Malaysia on the 17th of November 2016. The purpose for Persatuan I-Inspire is to help people attain self-actualization and for them to lead successful and meaningful lives. Towards this goal, all our activities and programmes are designed to encourage and help people to realise fully their potential as a human being.
It is the vision and hope of our Founder, Dr Lennie Soo, that within Persatuan I-Inspire an egalitarian community that is non-political, non-religious, non-judgmental and non-critical could flourish. Decades of experience in the mental health industry and the challenges that she had faced in her life have taught her that it is the innate desire of every human being to seek self-actualization. But in order to be on the path towards self-actualization people need life's tools and they need to be mentally healthy.
Thus, she founded Persatuan I-Inspire with the intention to arm people with knowledge about Energy and to present us with the 12 universal laws that governs Energy and thus governs us all. She further believes that it is the innate desire of every human to self-actualize and if we are provided with life's tools, knowledge, network, support and encouragement we could all succeed in all aspects of our lives and through our successes we manifest a better world for all.
To fulfill our vision and mission, Persatuan I-Inspire invest heavily to educate and train its members to (1) become knowledgeable about the application of the universal 12 laws and (2) become highly competent Mental Health First Aiders. Similar to First Aiders who provides CPR, Mental Health First Aiders provide UPR to those in need until they receive help from mental health professionals.
We believe that this investment to teach people about the 12 Universal Laws and to train them to become Mental Health First Aiders are crucial to the future of this country because suicide is now the 2nd leading cause of death in Malaysia (read here) (http://www.malaysiandigest.com/features/568013-suicide-is-the-2nd-leading-cause-of-death-among-youth-a-closer-look-at-the-situation-in-malaysia.html). And the latest statistics from the National Health and Morbidity Survey 2016 reported that mental health problems among adults increased from 10.7% to 29.2% from years 1996 to 2015 (read here (http://www.iku.gov.my/index.php/research/list-of-research/iku/nhms/nhms-2015)). This statistic could involve one of your children or loved ones. Join us and together let us change the direction of the statistics.