By Susan Thesenga
Pathwork Helper from Sevenoaks/Mid-Atlantic Pathwork, USA
When we joined the Pathwork, each of us was asked, "Are you willing to let yourself experience without preconceived ideas, whatever is real?” That is a tall order, as what we experience as real can change depending on the eyes through which we are viewing experience.
When I see you through the eyes of my traumatized child, I’m wary and defended. You might be the next person who will reject or betray me, and so I’m scared of you. …
When I see you through the eyes of divine love, I don’t take your apparent rejection or betrayal personally and compassion flows, because I know that you are coming from your own unresolved trauma and that I am not the target. … READ MORE...
Pathwork Around the World
Reality is Purely Positive
A Video by Liam Quirk
Associate Pathwork Helper from
Mid-Atlantic Pathwork, USA
Liam is the author of several books on spirituality, and is currently working on a book entitled Being & Becoming. The book uses the foundation of nonduality that is integrated into the Pathwork teachings.
An Update from the International Pathwork Foundation
Benefits of IPF Membership, Access Online Teachings, and More By Paul Paquette,
First it is with a sad heart that I advise that Dimitri, the beloved husband of our immediate past President and trustee Catherine Karas, has passed away at a good, but young, age of 74. He is a great loss to Catherine and her family. Please remember them in your thoughts and prayers.
On the business of the foundation, I want to thank those of you that support us by taking out an annual membership. READ MORE
By Bill Weil
Pathwork Helper in Pennsylvania, USA
With sadness, it’s always been easy
At least when it gets to the breaking point
I can start the tearfall that almost
never fails to dissolve the pain
With anger, I learned to punch a pillow
Or yell and scream bloody murder
And when I do, feel the energy
Transmute into something pure, alive
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