Medicine Wheel Mentoring

Designed to support you as you learn to live as your authentic self in your life, this mentoring program is for graduates of any Rites of Passage nature-based program. You’ll get individual, one-on-one support over time from one of our mentors. They’ll provide support and guidance as you connect more deeply with who you are, live your life more fully and share your transformation with the world around you. This will be especially valuable for those completing a Vision Quest.

There are four areas of attention, based on the Medicine Wheel teachings.  You might focus on just one, or combine different aspects to develop an intention for your mentoring sessions.

Click here to learn more about Medicine Wheel Mentoring, or to sign up.

Alumni Support

ORB: The Order of the
Red Bandana

Upon returning from a wilderness rite of passage, there can be a natural feeling of being “alone” or “other” following the intense togetherness that is experienced in base-camp. It can feel like returning from another planet.

​Rarely is there anyone to greet us at home who speaks the language that we have learned on the other side of the Threshold. If we cannot share our on-going incorporation adventure with other experienced people, it is all to easy for our journey to become like a fading dream.
ORB supports people who have done three or four day guided vision quests to incorporate the wisdom and growth from their quest into their lives.

Conference calls and Skype meetings may prove helpful in trying to keep the dream alive, but technology can never replace sitting in a circle on the land, sharing our stories and struggles with others who have recrossed the Threshold to bring back gifts for their People. As individuals, most of us have wrestled with the lonely question – “Now that I’m back, where do I belong?” 

ORB is a free incorporation support program developed as a collaboration between Rites of Passage and our friends at the Condor Clan.

Click here to learn more about ORB.

Medicine Wheel Mentoring

Designed to support you as you learn to live as your authentic self in your life, this mentoring program is for graduates of any Rites of Passage nature-based program. You’ll get individual, one-on-one support over time from one of our mentors. They’ll provide support and guidance as you connect more deeply with who you are, live your life more fully and share your transformation with the world around you. This will be especially valuable for those completing a Vision Quest.

There are four areas of attention, based on the Medicine Wheel teachings.  You might focus on just one, or combine different aspects to develop an intention for your mentoring sessions.

To learn more about Medicine Wheel Mentoring, or to sign up, follow this link.

ORB: The Order of the
Red Bandana

Upon returning from a wilderness rite of passage, there can be a natural feeling of being “alone” or “other” following the intense togetherness that is experienced in base-camp. It can feel like returning from another planet.

​Rarely is there anyone to greet us at home who speaks the language that we have learned on the other side of the Threshold. If we cannot share our on-going incorporation adventure with other experienced people, it is all to easy for our journey to become like a fading dream.
ORB supports people who have done three or four day guided vision quests to incorporate the wisdom and growth from their quest into their lives.

Conference calls and Skype meetings may prove helpful in trying to keep the dream alive, but technology can never replace sitting in a circle on the land, sharing our stories and struggles with others who have recrossed the Threshold to bring back gifts for their People. As individuals, most of us have wrestled with the lonely question – “Now that I’m back, where do I belong?” 

ORB is a free incorporation support program developed as a collaboration between Rites of Passage and our friends at the Condor Clan.

Click here to learn more about ORB.

Alumni Support