Deepest gratitude to the following artists for contributing their work to make EntheoNation an inspiring, visionary community experience.

Visionary Artists

Amanda Sage

Amanda_SageAmanda Sage is at the forefront of a new breed of visionary/interdimensional artists using art as a tool for personal, spiritual, planetary growth and transformation.

Sam Bull from Leap Now helped guide her in connecting with the revolutionary midwife Robin Lim in Bali, and initiating the first contact with the artist and teacher Philip Rubinov Jacobson.

After graduating she went to Bali as a volunteer for close to a year, and amongst other projects & exotic distractions, illustrated an herbal book with over 70 indigenous plants and herbs for the natural Birthing Clinic, now called Bumi Sehat. In this time she also extended production of her Batik clothing and design project that she had started in high school with her dear friend Leilea Satori, and this continued on amidst bouncing around the globe between the US, Vienna and Bali till the year 2000.

Through meeting Philip Rubinov Jacobson and Michael Fuchs in 1996, she was invited to do a private 2 year intensive experiment to study the techniques of painting and etching of the old masters as an apprentice under the classical/fantastic artist Michael Fuchs in Vienna Austria.




Anderson Debernardi


Anderson Debernardi was born on the 12th of June ,1968 in Orellana (Distrito de Vargas Guerra) a small town near Ucayali river in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest . When he was 5 years old his family moved to Iquitos. Andy started primary school in Teniente Luis Clavero and at age 11 the entire family again relocated to Pucallpa. He completed primary school in Centro Educativo 65003, better known as 1220. He attended secondary school at the ‘Great United Scholars’ FAUSTINO MALDONADO graduating in 1987. A particularly gifted student during primary and secondary school, Andy won many local art competitions.

Andy was one of founding students of the Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting which was established in 1988 in the city of Pucallpa by Pablo Amaringo and Luis Eduardo Luna. He held key roles in the project as the financial administrator as well as one of the main teachers. In 1992 he was invited along with Pablo Amaringo and two other members of the Usko-Ayar School to Tampere, Finland. In 1995 Andy painted a large 20 square meters mural for the South American Building of the Helsinki Zoo. Andy was later commissioned to paint 16 murals in the South American and African building over the course of 5 years. This work has been presented many times in Finland, where Andy is a very well-known artist. Along with numerous exhibitions in Peru, in cultural institutions and diplomatic circles, his work has also been shown in the United States. He has also participated in different editions of the Noche de Arte en Lima organized by USAFIS. His international activity is quite well known in Washington, Wyoming (Cheyenne), Colorado (Denver), Japan, England, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Colombia.



Android Jones


Lyons, Colorado born Independent Artist Android Jones began studying art at age 8.  He attended the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota FL, where he trained in traditional academic drawing/painting and animation. Jones interned at George Lucas’ Industrial Light and Magic and later founded Massive Black, an art development company based in LA.  Android began his career as an Independent Artist in 2005. He now lives in his home town of Lyons, maintaining a large art studio in a repurposed barn.

Best described as a “digital painter,” Jones has created an immense body of work. He has become well known for his many layered, psychedelic works and live performances using a custom built digital set up. He participated in the Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well Tour and his work has been projected on the Sydney Opera House and the Empire State Building. A long time member of the Burning Man community, Android has traveled the world exhibiting his work and has contributed to events on 6 continents.

At the center of Jones’ work is spirituality and altered states of consciousness. Describing his work as Electro-Mineralism, Jones attributes his ability to create to the wonders of technology, crediting the planet’s resources for advancements in art production. Manipulating light and energy, Android Jones captures complex concepts while utilizing his formal background in the arts. Described as a digital alchemist, he is determined to alter the viewer’s perception, pushing the boundaries of the imagination through the use of innovative media forms.



Geenss Archenti Flores

Geens_Archenti_FloresGeenss Archenti Flores was born in the city of Tarapoto department of San Martí­n – Peru. He is a self-taught artist who works with natural pigments made with with resins, saps and fruits extracted from the forests. Inspired by indigenous Amazonian medicine, he calls the paints that he uses “medicinal pigments”.It is the high jungle of Peru that gives life to the artistic exuberance in Geenss Archenti’s brush strokes that capture the strength and richness of daily indigenous life.

The essence that gives life to the artistic exuberance of Geenss Archenti’s brush owes the strength and richness of its outline to the high jungle of Peru that gave birth to it.”I draw dreams, shape emotions, paint life … it sets me free.”





Gio Berishvili



Gio Berishvili is a Georgian artist, mainly working with the digital media. His art is inspired by spiritual studies of past and modern times. He uses his own digital material, experimenting and transforming them into visionary images, full of mysticism; seek of spiritual enlightenment and symbolic meanings. ‘’I think there are three ways to awaken one’s mind: through science, through spirituality, and through art. Visionary art tries to merge all three forms, I get inspiration by reading, looking and feeling what millions of creative people are doing everyday, so overwhelming.”








Heidi Arriza


Heidi’s world is filled with mountains and valleys of exploration, vast oceans of possibility, flowing rivers of consciousness and meadows bathed in color rippled by gentle breezes of awareness. The streams of light bathing it all in cleansing radiance. Heidi has dedicated her life to populating her world with you who seek growth, self-realization, and the next phase of your quest for fulfillment. She delights in activating your inner power and purpose by inspiring you to awaken to the unique gifts, the love, the beauty and the energy available in your world. To live life fully, it is essential to be present in the beauty of every waking moment, to recognize the opportunity present in everything, and to continually expand one’s field of awareness. Every day is a blessing. The universe opens up to you when you acknowledge the gift of each breath.  Heidi’s mission is to facilitate your connection with your own truth, inner wisdom, guidance, and intuition so that you can attune to your own divinity, creativity and magic. It is her deepest desire to apply her powers as a healer, teacher/educator and creative visionary to assist in raising the vibration of loving on the planet, creating the next shift in the evolution of human consciousness.








Mariela de la Paz


Mariela began practicing her painting skills without live models with her “Underwater Series”. The tropical sea life of Micronesia inspired her bold, intense use of colors and contrast. However, her snorkeling and diving experiences would manifest themselves several years later, as she was not a painter at the time. These memories would emerge in a dreamy way, into her canvas, giving her work not a realistic image, but a surreal quality.

She was declared legally blind on her left eye after a piece of glass flew into it slitting the cornea in half at age 8. Yet, she have learned to use this disability in her work. Through this eye, colors are muted, and lines diffused.  She uses my “inward eye” to tap into the spirit world, creating art from a unique perspective, while her dominant eye guides her bold use of color and physicality. In her art are traces of the spiritual and the physical.






 Luke Brown


Luke Brown is an intrepid explorer, part of a new generation of visionaries reconstructing the templates of culture as we know it. His art speaks of the spiritual mysteries in the human imagination.

Mystical experiences, dreams, medicine journeys, and channeled lucid dialogues with the source of creativity itself, seem to guide and be guided by the colorful symmetries and living surfaces of his art. Much of his work emerges from a graceful synthesis of digital and painting mediums. Developing his work through mix and remix technologies, Luke is constantly redefining his style as a spiritual medium for growth. He is intent on mapping his hyper-spatial experiences with utmost accuracy, with whichever medium seems best suited, as a form of multidimensional cartography.





Yohan Mody a.k.a. – Psyberjunkie has had a relationship with art in all its glory since he was a little boy, and it was only natural for him to further his passion into a way of life. He has been formally trained in digital art and has worked as a technical assistant and digital artist for production projects.

With time, he discovered his calling in the field of visionary art as pure translation of emotion, memory and imagination. His Indian roots have inspired him to pick and develop on many spiritual elements of Indian origin.

Eager to advance visionary art in India, he operates as a freelance artist under the name of ‘Psyberjunkie’ since 2015 which is a new age initiative to exhibit modern expressions of perspectives. Enthused to always advance in this field, he toys with other mediums of art too. He employs a variety of interesting digital techniques to create astounding images.

A man of few words, he best expresses himself through his imagination and idealistic perceptions in the form of visionary fine art to his audience.




Visionary Musicians

We thank these musicians for allowing us to use their music in EntheoNation’s podcast and YouTube video branding.

Desert Dwellers

Dessert Dwellers Desert Dwellers consists of Amani Friend and Treavor Moontribe, who began their careers as independent music producers and DJs in the deserts of New Mexico and California. Coming together in the late ’90s after connecting through the legendary Moontribe scene, today the duo enjoys a reputation as one of the most pioneering and prolific downtempo, psy-bass, and tribal trance acts in the United States. Desert Dwellers have toured extensively across six continents, spent a 7-week stretch on the road with renowned psychedelic artist Shpongle, and have performed at dozens of festivals, most notably Shambhala, Lightning in a Bottle, Envision, Coachella, Rainbow Serpent, and Boom. Taking a new approach to digital production, Amani and Treavor have combined the raw sounds of the natural world while skillfully blended deep bass, earthy percussion, etheric voices and cross-cultural instrumentation into sonic incense for the mind and body. Bringing the electronic music vibe to the yoga scene, and the sounds of yoga to the electronic dance scene, Desert Dwellers’ global sounds are the bridge between the worlds of dance and movement.

Desert Dwellers on Bandcamp | Crossing Beyond (Duke Mushroom Remix)


539877_10150653126591662_1787695705_n A search for mind immersing, spine tingling tracks would land many stumbling upon Emancipator. Between the countless tour dates, festivals, and studio time, Emancipator (aka Doug Appling); the Portland, OR based electronic producer, has retained a steady rise of success over the past few years. Playing sold out venues, to the delight of his faithful fans, 2012 proved to be a year of expansion and growth for this talented young musician. Further backed by the support of two highly acclaimed albums, Soon it will be cold enough and Safe in the steep cliffs and the recent launch of his own label, Loci Records, this young entrepreneur shows no signs of slowing down.
Known for its etheric melodies, immaculately smooth samples, and addictive drum beats, Emancipator’s music has captivated a diverse audience across the globe. One might struggle to place a finger on what makes the music so addictive, but would undoubtedly return to the underlying feeling of balance and connection. Now accompanied regularly by the harmonious swells of live violin played by Ilya Goldberg, Emancipator’s live performances have developed into an all-encompassing musical experience.

Emancipator on BandCamp | Minor Cause


A search for mind immersing, spine tingling tracks would land many stumbling upon Emancipator. Between the countless tour dates, festivals, and studio time, Emancipator (aka Doug Appling); the Portland, OR based electronic producer, has retained a steady rise of success over the past few years. Playing sold out venues, to the delight of his faithful fans, 2012 proved to be a year of expansion and growth for this talented young musician. Further backed by the support of two highly acclaimed albums, Soon it will be cold enough and Safe in the steep cliffs and the recent launch of his own label, Loci Records, this young entrepreneur shows no signs of slowing down.
Known for its etheric melodies, immaculately smooth samples, and addictive drum beats, Emancipator’s music has captivated a diverse audience across the globe. One might struggle to place a finger on what makes the music so addictive, but would undoubtedly return to the underlying feeling of balance and connection. Now accompanied regularly by the harmonious swells of live violin played by Ilya Goldberg, Emancipator’s live performances have developed into an all-encompassing musical experience.
With the release of his newest album, Dusk to Dawn, the music promises listeners a nostalgic return to the soulful integration of organic hip hop and symphonic layers that first captivated his audience. “Minor Cause”, the first single off Dusk to Dawn proved a buzz-worthy track with its’ video premier on MTV’s Hive – followed by an uproar of enthused listeners wanting more. Trusting his roots yet simultaneously evolving, Emancipator’s fresh new cultivation is nothing short of a renaissance.

Kaminanda on BandCamp | Moonlight Tango

The Human Experience

human exp“The Human Experience” is David Block’s principal project as a live electronic composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer. Listeners experience a delicious symphonic blend of prismatic soundscapes and sultry beats.
David is constantly pushing the boundaries of live electronic music. Playing, composing, and conducting his own electronic symphony live on stage, his performances are brimming and layered with human emotion, world exploration, and sacred sounds. Whether performing by himself, or with a live band, “The Human Experience” always delivers an emotionally charged show.
“The Human Experience” aims to cross cultural barriers through music. David has collaborated with artists all over the world including Ignacio Perez (Buena Vista Social Club), William Close (The Earth Harp), Random Rab, Govinda, Amae Love, Rising Appalachia, and many others.
Since his debut album “Inaudible Sounds” in 2010 , he has released nine other albums in the last four years and has four new projects planned for release in 2015. Each song is a sonic journey; interweaving psychedelic layers of melody and harmony with organic grooves and international vibes.
Composing and performing live with the Audio/Visual/Dance projects “Phadroid” (Andrew and Phaedra Jones), “Quixotic”, “Lucent Dossier”, and “Seraphim” David is expanding his sounds into the mixed media world.
David has performed all over the world sharing the stage with renowned artists such as, Thievery Corporation, Bonobo, Tipper, Emancipator, The Polish Ambassador, and many more.
Over the last three years he has toured in UK, Europe, Russia, Israel, Central America, Canada, and all over the United States at a variety of events including festivals like Burning Man, Boom, Electric Forest, Wakarusa, Lightning in a Bottle, Symbiosis, and Envision.
His music has been featured on NBC prime time TV and is beginning to make its way into the world of cinema.
David is consistently redefining himself as an artist, performer, and human being. Moving and traveling around the world, meeting people from all walks of life and realms of consciousness, he is continually learning, growing, and sharing inspiration with those around him.
“We don’t play music, music plays us” – David Block

The Human Experience on BandCampLa Selva Armonia

Birds of Paradise

birdsBirds of Paradise is California-based producers Torin Goodnight (Bird of Prey) and Tyler Gibson (Gibson). Each has a decade of experience behind him, and has been steadily making waves in the electronic music scene. Having a similar aesthetic but still maintaining an individual approach, they combine forces in a new symbiotic project to work towards a common vision and master the art of collaboration. The duo plays to its strengths- patience, beauty, and depth to offer a truly original sound of rolling percussive breakbeats, progressive melodies, incredible sound design and twisted psychedelic layers. Their fusion of elements, both natural and synthetic, create an engaging bio-digital landscape that leaves little to the imagination. It will take your ears only a moment to realize that you have uncovered something special.

Birds of Paradise on SoundCloud | Wingspan

Ixchel Prisma

Submerge into Full-Spectrum Medicine… Ixchel Prisma weaves all the colors of the rainbow into a deep and delicious sonic journey. Electronic beats and instrumental soundscapes are blended together with uplifting lyrics, wide ranging vocals, and poetry. Influences of multicultural medicine music, R&B soul flavors, and soaring etheric sound healing are fused together to create Sonic Shamanic Chronic. This journey will facilitate opening through movement in combination with the medicine of prayer, intention and sound… Leaving your heart blasted wide open…

Ixchel Prisma on SoundCloud | Jaguar Dreaming Remix


OutersectOutersect is Rob Rayle, a San Francisco Bay Area based composer and producer of genre-bending psychedelic electronic music that synergizes psychill, techno-bluegrass, and 70s progressive rock styles. Inspired by sights and sounds from around the world, Outersect fuses acoustic instruments and sounds with digital production to emerge with his own unique sonic experience. Outersect’s ‘one-man electronic jam band’ shows include live keyboard improvisation and sound loops to inspire ecstasy on the dance floor and auditory bliss.

Outersect’s website




Phutureprimitive is the moniker of Bay Area producer and songwriter Rain. Early childhood photos reveal Rain sitting at the piano plinking keys, grinning from ear to ear… a true sign of things to come. Continuing his early fascination, Rain was later drawn to electronic music, inspired by its ability to combine the best of organically played instruments and the synthetic pleasures of sounds more exotic to the human ear. After beginning a DJ career in the 90s, Rain began incorporating the music he was making in his home studio into his DJ sets. That was all it took to trigger a full blown love affair with electronic music and the process of its creation… and Phutureprimitive was born.
Phutureprimitive’s music is best described as dripping wet love drops of nasty mind melting sonic bliss. Lush melodies drift across intricate rhythms, groove heavy beats and warm, fuzzy bass lines. Often exploring a dark and dense palette, there is also a profound sense of tranquility and beauty, engaging the listener into hypnotic movement and often escalating into a full-on kinetic experience. Shimmering with cinematic qualities, his music ultimately speaks to the body, mind and soul.

Phuture Primitive’s Website


As a live musician, world soul artist and one-man orchestra Poranguí weaves ancestral songs and indigenous rhythms from around the globe. Creating his performances from scratch using looping technology, Poranguí’s live grooves range from meditative to dance party, moving the body, lifting the spirit, and transcending the divide between performer and audience. An evening with Poranguí might take you on a journey from deep, earthy didgeridoo grooves to high-vibe ecstatic Brazilian beats to blissful African kalimba lullabies. Serenades and storytelling to beat boxing and booty shaking: Together, these make an unforgettable experience.
As a DJ, Poranguí performs funky tribal world house sets that integrate live instrumentation, a hybrid of his organic indigenous sound with a potent electronic bed that moves large dance floors. And in sound design and media production roles –  including film soundtrack contributions  – Poranguí’s work is informed by experience with photography and filmmaking.
As a therapeutic bodyworker providing individual sessions in private practice, Poranguí draws on his academic background in neuroscience, his family legacy in the healing arts, and his training as a licensed massage therapist. His “Myorhythmic Release” technique combines the healing properties of sound, movement, and breath, supporting clients from all backgrounds and health conditions in finding freedom from the limitations and suffering of old patterns and trauma.
Poranguí’s integration of these practices – music, healing arts, and arts education – makes him a valued resource for and contributor to retreats, arts centers, school programs, festivals, and special events.
For Poranguí, this rich practice of music, healing, teaching, performance, and creative collaboration represents the intersection of journeys both personal and professional.


Shaman’s Dream

craigCraig Kohland is a talented multi-percussionist, performer, DJ, music producer, retreat and ecstatic dance facilitator driven by the healing rhythm of the drum and the creative expression of the sacred.
Since 1995, Shaman’s Dream, Craig’s multi-faceted music collective, has been at the forefront of the yoga and ecstatic dance music scene and has produced some of the key albums used in the yoga and dance industry. As a producer and the musical director of the “Shaman’s Dream World Groove Ensemble”, Craig along with Micheline Berry, has facilitated hundreds of ecstatic dance/ “live” world music concerts, plus countless live music for yoga classes and ritual retreats.
Craig’s other projects included being the co-founder of Yogitunes – – an online digital music store that featuring yoga inspired music and playlists from all over the world, Co-Producer of Ecstatic Retreats – and co-producer of Desert Dwellers projects –Waves, Flames and Roots.
Craig’s has also produced, assistant directed and musically supervised over 30 health related instructional DVD’s for such teachers as: Shiva Rea, Sharon Gannon, Duncan Wong, Hemalaya Behl and Desiree Rumbaugh.
As a percussionist, Craig has performed with Bluetech, Desert Dwellers, Kaminanda, Jai Uttal, Krishna Das, Dave Stringer, C.C. White, David Starfire, FreQ Nasty, Dub Kirtan Allstars, Donna De Lory, Suzanne Sterling, Tina Malia, Jaya Lakshmi, Michael Kang, Chris Berry and many others.
Craig is presently DJing and performing for festivals and yoga/ ecstatic dance communities all over the world. Some events include– Wanderlust, Symbiosis, Lightning in a Bottle, Oregon Country Fair, Beloved, Harmony, Hanuman, Tadasana, Mystic, Gaia, Hawaii Spirit Festival, Bhaktifest, Big Bounce, Earthdance, Wakeup Festival, Yoga Journal Conference, Midwest Yoga Conference and Texas Yoga Conferences.