ADULT VISION QUEST

Men’s Vision Quest: NEW DATES! September 8th-16th 2017, a small group of men will go out to the desert questing for clarity, vision, and power. They will have to confront who they have been up until now, taking up essential topics including integrity, responsibility, accountability, and meaning in their lives. They’ll have to ask: Who am I? What does it mean to be a man? What is my contribution to my community and to the world? As part of a supportive circle of brothers, they’ll go alone onto the land for 3 days without food or shelter, praying for strength and vision. They’ll be welcomed back to a community eager to hear their stories and the gifts contained within. For many it will be the rite of passage into manhood they’ve been longing for. Do you or someone you know hear that call? Inquire ASAP.
Guides: Rob Miller and Praveen Mantena

Mixed Gender Vision Quest: August 18-26, 2017 (coincides with full solar eclipse!!!)
-- The Mixed Gender Vision Quest is FULL!
Contact us to be added to the wait list. --

The Vision Quest is a modern day wilderness rite of passage. It engages one's entire being, requiring each participant to strongly claim their whole self. It is a nine day journey of Nature, Spirit and Community including three days and nights of fasting and solitude in wild nature plus follow-up support.

WHO DOES A VISION QUEST?

  • Those who hear a call.

  • Those who are ready to claim their birthright of initiation into adulthood, or elder hood.

  • Those who are ready to mark a major life transition such as marriage, divorce, entering parenthood, change of job, loss of a loved one, health crises, etc. 

  • People like you and me.

Interested? Hear the Call? Give us a ring, or email, and see the Registration Page for more details about next steps.

Max. Group Size: 8

Cost: $950-$1250 sliding scale. Includes breakfasts and dinners.

Guides for Men's Vision Quest: Rob Miller and Praveen Mantena

Guides for Mixed Gender Vision Quest: Rob Miller and Silvia Talavera

I returned from the vision quest with a greater sense of my need for community, knowing my gifts, how I contribute, and a greater sense of my place in the world. I brought back to my community much more than I set out to find.
— Talicia Brown, 2010 Vision Quest Participant