• Iemenja Submerged
  • Water Goddess
  • Personal Problems
  • Flower Queen
  • Primordial Goddess by Clancy Cavnar
  • Ayahuasca Jaguar
  • Kundalini
  • Cross Eyed Snake
  • Santa Maria Star Gaze
  • Ibogaine
  • Deer Amanita
  • Sete Flechas
  • Back To Earth
  • Yemanja Night
  • Plant Life by Clancy Cavnar
  • Kali
  • Leaf LAdy
  • Green Feet
  • Oxun
  • Ayahuasca Vision
  • St Teresa
  • Wing Repair
  • Body-Of-Light-by-Clancy-Cavnar
  • Dragon
  • Daime Maiden
  • Shaman Soplando
  • Serpent Wave
  • The Hummingbird
  • Feline Heart Passion
  • Doublehead by Clancy Cavnar

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UPCOMING SALONS

WVC New Mexico Salon

May 9th, 2015, Santa Fe, New Mexico

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The 9th Annual Women’s Visionary Congress 2015

June 19-21st, 2015 Institute of Noetic Sciences, Earthrise Retreat Center, Petaluma, CA

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The Women’s Visionary Congress is a community of adventurers from all generations and traditions. We are united in a time-honored quest to explore a more vivid and profound awareness of our inner and outer worlds. Our annual Women’s Visionary Congress and WVC Salons are open to people of all genders. We promote the right to self-knowledge, cognitive liberty and new modes of healing that involve nonordinary forms of consciousness. The WVC community shares insights on how we can explore these experiences to understand ourselves more fully, access our creativity, and prepare for moments of spiritual transition. We acknowledge that heightened states of awareness can be entered through meditation, dreams, prayer, physical disciplines, near death events, spiritual practices, dance, music, psychoactive substances, and encounters with the natural world. We support both qualitative and quantitative research methods that examine altered states. WVC gatherings present scholars, healers, activists and artists who address the leading edge of these investigations.  JOIN OUR COMMUNITY

Remembering Sasha Shulgin

Alexander “Sasha” Shulgin died in June of this year. He experienced what I would describe as a beautiful death: surrounded by his friends and family, peaceful and free of pain. This in itself is remarkable, because Sasha suffered for many years from chronic illnesses... read more