We envision a future of work that is based on faith and that leads to a greater sense of fulfillment.
Beyond recreation, travel has been a powerful key to the nurturing of the soul.
- Trips away allow for an individual to reflect upon life from the vantage point of a different location or cultural context.
It has been so effective that organizations have been, for a while now, traveling for its most important matters.
- Often, it’s about exercising imagination and believing that it’s worth putting in the work for a better future.
Unfortunately, it takes time, money, and, for parents, a lot of arranging to make it happen.
So, what if the benefits of travel could be available in everyday life, for just about anyone and anytime?
Well, that’s The Dreamery – we call ourselves a travel agency for the soul.
- Every Sunday, we post a customized 3-min guided retreat via podcast – based on how you feel about work. It’s anonymous, free, and only takes one minute.
It’s not meditation or mindfulness.
- You don’t need to pause at some point in the day to do that and only that – it’s during an activity of your choice.
It’s not cycling or group exercise.
- You are on your own – you just have the voice of a guide leading you through some things to think about.
It’s not a book group or bible study.
- The curriculum is you and your life – only you know what you are like and we just help you see things in a new way.
It’s our way of helping you put your own sense of faith to work, kinda literally.
Why make it about work?
- We believe that work is a context with great potential for social, inter-personal, and individual good.
Yet, we do not see the kind of resources required for a future of work of faith (and more importantly, hope).
- Instead, work has been more about ego, exploitation, ladder-climbing, and performance at any cost.
So, this is The Dreamery – a more easy way for ordinary people to experience the extraordinary in their everyday.
Also, we believe that HR-based employee well-being, wellness, and mental health systems are limited in effectiveness.
- We expect for individuals to more authentically engage in matters of vocation, self-worth, and their future when their employer is not involved.