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Too many people feel unfulfilled with themselves, their relationships, career, family, and spirituality.

At Journey to Home we are all about shifting to the essential you and becoming a higher version of ourselves– who you are really? what really matters? what gifts can you contribute to the world?

We facilitate a space that allows a person to step into their authentic self. We help individuals create conscious awareness and “see the picture outside the frame”, which allows them to start really living.

Every one of us carries wounds that are deep-rooted and often unconscious. We all create strategies for surviving them and defending ourselves from being wounded again. These survival strategies hold us back from being our best selves and create unhealthy patterns of living, causing reactive and defended states of being. This costs us our “lives” and the basic ability to be present in life and respond according to our true values.

But what if you had the tools to understand your emotions? What if these tools can help you process
your emotions?

To be able to transform these behavior patterns and truly heal the deep-rooted wounds, we need to get in touch with our essential selves. We take a journey on the road of wellbeing. When we go deep enough, we can get “HOME” and from that place, create any lasting change. Home is not just where we feel most comfortable; it’s the only place where anyone can be welcomed.


Our Personal Stories

Exploring Through Experience, Not Lecture

By “experiential,” we mean exploring through experience, not lecture or discussion or “therapy.” Experiential processes are participatory, not passive. These can include experiences like:

  • Journaling
  • Specific sharing around G-d and your relationship to the divine
  • Visualizations or “guided imagery”
  • Meditation/mindfulness Shame release
  • Shame release
  • Profound, introspective questions
  • Affirmations
  • Inner-child affirmation and healing work
  • Emotional processing and release (especially around anger or grief)
  • Psychodrama (role playing internal conflicts)

One simple example: You won’t just talk about what it is like to look another man in the eyes. You’ll stand eye to eye with another man while we help you process whatever beliefs and feelings might arise.

Exploring Underlying Issues

While many participants who have attended have lived with compulsive and addictive behaviour we explore the common underlying issues frequently shared.

  • Shame
  • Low self-esteem
  • Feelings of rejection, or a history of rejection by peers, family or others
  • A longing to belong, to be wanted or included
  • A history of being bullied or abused
  • Passivity
  • Defensive detachment
  • Not feeling “lovable” or “good enough”
  • Buried or unresolved anger, fear or grief

Every man is unique. Every life is unique. Nevertheless, these are extraordinarily common issues among men in our communities who have experienced their own consequences due to living their lives under such judgments.

Group and Individual “Work”

We consciously create a space exploring and challenging internal “stories” and narratives maybe even touching emotions that you may have previously been avoiding.

Part of being of this world is the embodiment of the will to transcend who we have been and grow into who we can become. The opportunities are not to run from who we have been but use it aas the spring board as we remember who we are all along.

Everyone has free choice. Anyone can “pass” and choose to not participate in any particular process