Journeys to Remember designs and facilitates transformative learning experiences — both travel-related and non-travel-related — that provide opportunities to reflect on, reconnect with and rediscover who you are and how you want to be in the world.
The word remember is defined as: to become aware of again; to retain in one’s conscious mind; to commemorate (a person, event, etc.)
The opposite of remember is not merely to forget. The opposite of remember is to dismember – to tear apart.
We use the word remember (re-member) to also mean: to rejoin, to bring back together into greater wholeness; to reconnect
…with self, with purpose, with possibility, with others, with nature, with time and space….
Why go on a Journey to Remember?
So that you can gain a broader perspective, a renewed energy, a greater connection to your purpose, a fresh sense of the contribution you can make to the world and life-long friends and colleagues.
Our facilitation of the learning experience includes: tools for being present to your experiences while on the ‘journey’; reflections and activities for making meaning of your experiences; and briefing/debriefing circles before, during and after the ‘journey’.
Who Should go on a Journey to Remember?
Journeys to Remember is for any individual or group wanting to reflect, reconnect and rediscover:
- Solo ‘travellers’
- Family members and friends
- Students and interns
- Non-profit, Community-based and Faith-based organisations
- Corporate companies
- Affinity groups (groups formed around a shared interest or common goal)
Which Journey to Remember is for You?
We currently offer 3 types of travel-related Journeys to Remember and a wide range of non-travel-related Journeys to Remember.