Paul Sibcy (Co- Founder)
Paul Sibcy has been serving clients and students in the Bay Area for 30 years. He believes that self knowledge, Self awareness, self acceptance and soul fulfillment are vital to health and well being. His counseling, bodywork and teaching are geared to that end.
A co-founder of Integrated Healing Arts, the San Francisco Bay Area’s most comprehensive holistic clinic, Paul follows the yogic philosophy that mind, body and spirit are one. He is a minister in the Kriya Yoga lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda, a teacher and practitioner of Process Acupressure, and a well-known spiritual counselor.
Paul’s book “Healing Your Rift With God” is available in bookstores.
President of the Institute for the Advancement of Science and Consciousness in Los Altos, CA. Scientist by training and past profession, shamanic practitioner, mom.
I am passionate about helping to create the shift from our current worldview of scarcity, competition and domination to one of stewardship, synergy and co-creation. I love connecting with people who are helping to create a world that works for EVERYONE–a world that just, sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, compassionate and deeply aware of our inter-connectedness.
Gloria was initiated into Kriya Yoga in 2000. She continues to be an active member and participator in Kriya Yoga and Sunday Mornings for Spiritual health. She was ordained as a minister in 2004 and serves on the board of directors.
Linda Miller was just ordained a Pathways Minister in May 2010, attending Pathways since 2004 and initiated into Kriya Yoga in 2005.
Raised in Christian Science her spiritual journey has led her through a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology, a Marriage and Family practice, the study of Native American Shamanism, and finally settling into the non-dogmatic spirituality at Pathways.
Part of her ministry is expressed through music, especially hand drums and singing at services/celebrations and the creation of beauty in the Pathways classroom and altar.
Stefan has always been attracted to the teachings of contemplative traditions. He began practicing mindfulness meditation under the instruction of Jim Charlton and Paul Sibcy at Pathways to Self Healing in 2002. Stefan has continued attending group meditation and Sunday services here because he feels that meditation and participation in the Pathways community is a helpful support in daily-life practice.