Have you found yourself saying this phrase out loud to friends, family or even work colleagues: I want to travel. But why do we have a strong impulse to travel? Where do our desires and wanderlust come from? Is it about the excitement of being in a new place? Is it about participating in fun new activities or meeting cool people? We think it’s about the feeling of growing. It’s about getting out of your comfort zone and realizing that you can do anything. We develop a wider world view where we can self-actualize all of our dreams into reality: nothing is too crazy or out of reach.
Travelling can allow us to better understand ourselves and what we are searching for in life. Most importantly, reflection and self-awareness allows us to find the answers to any questions we might have about ourselves. It allows us to feel at home with ourselves.
Some of you might be familiar with these experiences even without travelling. The participants of our online program...
Have you ever asked yourself, what is the key to true happiness? Is it following your needs? Allowing time for yourself or looking after your mind and body? All of these elements definitely bring you much closer to a balanced self. But do you know what makes us deeply happy? What touches our souls? Sharing.
This is especially true when we help others by sharing knowledge and warm gestures. Acts of happiness can be manifested through something as simple as a toothy smile or kind words. Of course, you shouldn’t forget about yourself. But looking after yourself gives you enough power and positivity to spread it to others. Let's become ambassadors of happiness!
If you want to find out more about how to spread happiness, we’ve got three tips for you below.
The article by philanthropy advisor Jenny Santi is a great start into the topic. She gives scientific insights about why giving to others makes us happy. She...
“If you always do what you did, you get what you always got.”
Katie has been a part of our journey since the beginning of May 2020. She works in international trade relations for the Swiss Government and loves to keep her plate full of activities. Despite this, she had the growing feeling that there was something missing in her
In the past four months, she went through such amazing and transformational progress already! In the following interview, she talks us through her experience with the journey and shares her ‘magic’ moment. We learn more about her passion in life and even how she found focus through routine and awareness.
What made you want to start the journey?
Probably realising that my life is not fully the way I want it to be. For me, work and exercise is especially important. These two sections are my priorities when it comes to how I am spending my time. But then, looking twenty years down the line... this is not what matters, is...