MAP looks toward a world in which the "engaged" of Engaged Buddhism is redundant. MAP envisions a Buddhism in the West that benefits not only those doing Buddhist practices in Buddhist centers,
but communities in need around those centers. As Buddhist centers continue efforts to be inclusive, such as offering people of color and LGBTQ groups, MAP seeks to complement these efforts beyond
the walls of meditation centers. MAP understands the integral role Insight Meditation, and other Buddhist traditions, have played in the creation of highly successful secular techniques such as
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, and envisions greater integration of secular mindfulness outreach into the missions and operations of Buddhist centers
and teachers in the West.