What we're about

The Perennial Path is a framework for spiritual practice underpinned by the Perennial Philosophy and transpersonal psychology. The principles of the Perennial Philosophy are that the material world is a manifestation of the Divine Ground – God – or Spirit and that we are all one. There are eight aspects of the Perennial Path:

Physical Well Being





Transpersonal Awareness



The aspects are practices and skills that are the map of the territory that needs to be covered for a holistic engagement of a spiritual life and practice.

The Perennial Path also has twelve attributes. They are:


Non Attachment Interconnectedness

Compassion Respect Responsibility

Commitment Faith Honesty

Gratitude Joy


The attributes are ways of being in the world.

The Perennial Path is not a rigid dogma and is inclusive of spiritual traditions. It draws on age old spiritual practices and modern psychology. It is for anyone who is serious about living more consciously and growing to higher states of physical, mental and spiritual well being.

We are a transpersonal group that will involve varying exercises, activities, and participation in the unfolding process of living a more spiritual life. One of the roles of the group is incorporating the spiritual into our daily lives. The participation can include new practices you would like to incorporate, ventures you would like to undertake, books you have read and would like to discuss. The group will be unfolding and very experiential. The structure of the group is to have everyone experience and participate in the unfolding of this great process. The group is open ended in the belief people are motivated to share what interests and moves them to help uncover their true self.

Upcoming events (1)


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Let's get together and talk about the Perennial Path! Bring your comments, feelings and thoughts and share them with us. This will be a round table discussion and we hope you all will participate. How can we increase our attendance? What would make our Meetups more enlightening and uplifting? Should the format be changed from a formal presentation to a discussion format? So bring your ideas and let's talk.

Past events (80)

Our 80th Meetup!

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