Pathwork Steps Online Meetings

The term 'Pathwork Steps' was chosen to acknowledge the spiritual truths of 12-Step programs, and the practical reality of spiritual growth as a step by step process that is neither linear nor fixed.


Pathwork tools, techniques, and concepts can help us uncover patterns of behavior that are based upon fears and images, and that prevent us from being fully present with what is true today.

Weekly Online Meetings

     The purpose of the meetings is to share our personal experiences working with Pathwork concepts, lectures, and study guides. 

3 Free Online Meetings Every Week -- Sign up on the Contact Us page

Read Testimonials about the work we do together!

Explore your understanding of the concepts!

Wednesdays  7:00-8:30pm US Eastern

=  mornings in Australia & Far East

Fridays  2:00-3:30pm US Eastern

= evenings in Europe

Sundays   10-11:30am US Eastern

= afternoon in UK & Europe, evening in Middle East and India

Convert US Eastern meeting time to your local time zone at www.thetimenow.com

Access codes are included in each Weekly Self-Study notice (a subscription option). To participate in the free weekly meetings, read the weekly segment -- or the Pathwork lecture that you wish to share about. 

Join via the Internet, using a computer or mobile phone. Or phone, in using  Zoom local and international access lines.


​Monthly Online Workshops

Starting in 2022, workshops will replace the last week of each monthly topic cycle.

These will include practical demonstrations of Pathwork concepts 

and 'tools' from the lectures for understanding them, 

plus experiential exercises with other participants.

Wednesdays 7pm-10pm    Fridays 2pm-5pm     Sundays 10am-1pm   US Eastern

Fee: $10-40, pay what works for you.

Video access is required, even if your device does not have a camera.

Workshop Suggestions and Guidelines

See 'Current Newsletters' page for information on upcoming topics.


          Working with Others


Real-time interaction is helpful when exploring deeper levels of aversion or resistance to spiritual concepts. We speak truth more often than we may realize. 

In casual conversation, we can bury such revelations by changing topics or surrounding them with superficial, distracting details.  In written communication, we may immediately edit out or soften discrepancies, illogical rationalizations, and exaggeration.

When we speak in any group setting where there is a conscious, positive intention for self-development, we allow others to hear us on multiple levels: mental, emotional, spiritual, and energetic (underlying currents that we may not be fully aware of). Words spoken within a safe, respectful container can echo back to us, so that we hear ourselves more clearly.

By listening to others -- in any situation -- we can practice hearing multiple layers, notice discrepancies or contradictions, and feel into the universal experience of being an imperfect human being. It's not easy to 'just listen'! It takes self-discipline and practice. It can be a form of active meditation.


Free resources for self development:

Self-study materials

Monthly newsletters

Video links

Weekly Self-Study notices


Hiking in Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, NT Australia
HIking in Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, NT Australia