philosophy voyage beyond

Do we need  external happenings or impulses to realize our dreams and to get to the essence of life?

Or are we able to create our own reality? If so, then how?


At VOYAGE BEYOND we see life as a journey, a road we are traveling. It is a journey in the present, connecting the past with the future.

A dynamic journey on a path unfolding in front of us. And everybody has his own path to travel.


What if you had just a week more to live?

What would you like to do, who would you like to see, what would you like to say? Who and what would be most important to you?

Maybe you realize that you postpone a lot of things to tomorrow, that your days are overfull, with a lot you must do.

What would you let go off right now, if there was only a week left to live?


I could also ask you the question what would you do when you would win the lottery?

What would you do with your life? Which dreams would you fulfill, what would you do different in your life?


 VOYAGE BEYOND guides people and organizations on a voyage of awareness and conscious change.

VOYAGE BEYOND empowers you to see your true self, to discover your unique path, and assists in mapping out a route to your intended destination. 


Wake up to the reality and potential of your greatness!



The logo of Voyage Beyond is based on Ensõ, a sacred symbol in the Zen school of Buddhism. According to Audrey Yoshiko Seo, author of Ensō: Zen Circles of Enlightenment, “Zen circles, ensō, are symbols of teaching, reality, enlightenment, and a myriad of things in between. Seemingly perfect in their continuity, balance, and sense of completeness, and yet often irregular in execution, ensō are at once the most fundamentally simple and the most complex shape."


Ensõ refers to the beginning and end of all things, the circle of life and the connectedness of existence. It can symbolize emptiness or fullness, presence or absence. All things might be contained within, or, conversely, excluded by its boundaries.

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"Be the change you wish to see in the world." ~Gandhi