“My life was in a bad situation because I was affected with the past election problem that we had here in Kenya. My school was half way burnt down and I was forced to flee and attend a school in Nairobi. I have seen people being chased and killed before my eyes. I had fear all over myself and lack of self esteem but since...
A study completed in South Africa with 4700 children showed that by doing a 30-45 minute Classroom Journey process once a week, the number of students that passed increased by 50%. This program has grown to over 2000 classrooms throughout the world and we are seeing similar results, including reports of fewer referrals and less absenteeism.
Teachers report that The Journey courses are rejuvenating and inspirational for finding the strength to continue service in their profession.
Ordinary people — no matter their age, background, culture, or upbringing — experience the extraordinary results of true personal freedom and empowerment. People clear issues relating to fear, anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, stress, physical challenges, emotional and physical abuse, chronic anger, and addictions. Educational programs in suppressed communities can help turn an entire village around to a bright new future.
Journeywork has been tailored to allow professionals in all types of careers to remove core blocks that hold back natural potential and innate genius, allowing people to realize and develop their true leadership abilities, and improve career performance. The Canadian Judiciary began a Visionary Leadership program in May 2010 that it is being received with great success. Journey Outreach is actively seeking partnerships with micro-finance agencies to launch a similar program for empowering disadvantaged and unemployed individuals.
Noticeable shifts take place in cell sections of correctional facilities that experience Journeywork. The atmosphere becomes more calm and relaxed. Inmates encourage one another to overcome their fears and take on the challenges of clearing painful memories and emotions. In their cells they often use the tools to support themselves and others.