5 Reasons Mindvalley’s Quest All Access Pass Is Awesome

Having a better conversation with yourself starts by developing a new awareness and new beliefs that allow you to change your self-talk. Mindvalley has courses focused on every area of life that will impact your awareness and your beliefs in a positive way. I know because I’ve taken many of their courses and am where I am because of them. And I have heard from countless students how powerful their experience with Mindvalley has been. The Quest All Access Pass allows you access to many of the quests on Mindvalley instantly for as long as you have the pass, and there are many things I love about it.

5 Things I Love About The Quest All Access Pass

Quest All Access Pass

This Quest All Access Pass will be one of those things that I treat myself to continuously. Not only does it offer a huge savings when compared to buying quests on Mindvalley individually. I’ve found it invaluable for my personal growth, and it’s been worth every single penny I’ve paid for it.

1. I Can Take Any Mindvalley Quest At Any Time At Any Pace

Not every course on Mindvalley is available to you. Lifebook and Wildfit are not included in the Quest All Access Pass. And, depending on when you got the pass, you may not have a few courses that were first offered when the pass came out, such as Unlimited Abundance.

But there are still a ton of quests to choose from with the Quest All Access Pass. (See list below) And, if a quest is available to you, then you can take it whenever you want and as fast as you want.

Here’s a list of what’s currently included in Mindvalley’s All Access Pass:

Quest All Access Pass List Of Quests

It’s a lot, right? 😲

Quests have a start date. So if you decided to sign up just one of the quests right now, you would have to wait until that start date to get going on the quest. And, quests on Mindvalley are opened day by day to new students. This allows them to go through the quest one day at a time with other students.

Sometimes, though, you just want to start a quest on whatever date you decide to start it on and to move ahead and do more than one class in a day.

With the Quest All Access Pass, you can do that!

You can take whatever quest or course you want when you want and how fast you want. It’s totally up to you. And I’m a huge fan of that kind of freedom when it comes to educating myself.

2. I Will Never Miss Another New Quest On Mindvalley As Long As I Have The Quest All Access Pass

With the All Access Pass from Mindvalley, you automatically get access to any new quest that gets added on Mindvalley. Mindvalley previously added new programs once in a while, but, lately, they’ve been adding new quests almost every month. (See list above for already created upcoming Mindvalley quests.)

I can’t tell you how fun it is to see that a new quest will be starting soon in your Mindvalley dashboard. You don’t have to do anything. You don’t have to enroll. You don’t have to pay for the individual course. It just appears in your list of courses with a countdown to when it will start.

3. I Feel Like A Student In Life-Changing Courses

I love the Quest All Access Pass because I feel like a student at Mindvalley. I enjoyed being a student in my college years, but my education wasn’t life-changing for me. I wanted to learn about specific careers. That’s why I signed up for my programs and took my courses. I ended up leaving college with some practical knowledge in different career fields, but not with very much personal growth.

Mindvalley classes provide personal growth AND can help you in your chosen field of work. They increase your awareness, help you change your beliefs, and give you access to information that can directly impact your life in a positive way.

I used to have to attend a seminar to get this kind of education. For instance, I remember (over a decade ago) going to listen to Lisa Nichols speak in a one-day seminar. But now I have her quest in my Mindvalley account and can revisit it any time I want to.

4. I Create My Own Learning Plan

Mindvalley is essentially an online university for personal growth. It offers a ton of courses that can impact your happiness and success, and it keeps adding more.

But, unlike other universities, you don’t have to follow their curriculum. You can put together your own learning plan based on what you want (or need) to learn next.

For instance, if you feel like you need to work on your health, you can take the Longevity Blueprint quest first and learn more about fitness and longevity so that you have the energy to take the rest of the quests.

Mindvalley has quests on spirituality, meditation, energy work, communication, improving brain power, self-talk, parenting, productivity, and more. Whatever you want to work on first, do it. It’s your plan.

With the Quest All Access Pass, you can choose whatever you want.

5. Mindvalley’s Teachers Are Well-Known Teachers

Sometimes you get a teacher in a personal development program who has no history of teaching the subject they are teaching. It’s like the dropped out of thin air and declared that they are an expert in the subject.

When learning about things that are not very traditional, such as energy work or self-hypnosis, you don’t want to learn from just anyone. You want to learn from someone who has been there and done that… a lot. And that’s what Mindvalley offers.

Moreover, when it comes to traditional subjects, such as productivity and improving memory, Mindvalley has teachers that have proven themselves to be experts on the subjects.

Mindvalley brings in teachers that have been teaching their subject for a long time. They have written the books, done workshops, and/or taught many students, and they have the history to prove their knowledge and ability in the subject they are teaching.

Ben Greenfield, Jim Kwik, Lisa Nichols, Robin Sharma, Neale Donald Walsch, Steven Kotler, Srikumar Rao, and Marisa Peer are just a few of the well-known names that teach on Mindvalley, and you get access to them all through the Quest All Access Pass.

2 Things I Hope Will Change For Quest All Access Pass Members

The following are 2 things that I hope will change for Quest All Access Pass members.

1. Having To Go Day By Day In New Quests

I talked about how fun it is to have access to new quests that are coming up, but when they open up, you don’t get instant access to the entire course. Instead, you have to go day by day with the rest of the students.


After months of having access to any quest at any time, I don’t want to go day by day. I want to take the quest on my own schedule.

I would hope that eventually one of the perks of being a Quest All Access Pass member will be to get a choice and have the entire course opened instantly to you if you want.

2. All Quests Look Like They Are Completed

Because all the quests are completely open to Quest All Access Pass members, they appear finished in the dashboard. Normally students (who don’t have the Quest All Access Pass and just buy course individually) don’t see that message until the entire course has been opened.

In other words, with the Quest All Access Pass it looks like you’ve completed every single course, even when you haven’t.

So, while you scroll through the courses, you can’t clearly see what you’ve done, where you’ve left off, and what you still need to do. With the exception of any new quests that have been put into your account, it just looks like you’ve finished everything off.

Mindvalley hasn’t found a way to fix that yet as of this writing. But, when they do, we will have a much better view of where we are and what we have left to do.

Update December 2019: They’ve fixed this problem. There are new issues in the Mindvalley dashboard as Mindvalley is trying to create an optimal dashboard for their students. For instance, things like finding the last day of the quest you took isn’t as easy as it should be. But, Mindvalley says it’s working on getting the dashboard organized and easy to use for students. And, honestly, this isn’t enough to negate the value you get with the Quest All Access Pass, so don’t let it scare you. It will be fixed because the current Quest All Acccess Pass students are doing their part to make sure it does get fixed. 😉

The Quest All Access Pass Is Here To Stay

Thankfully the Quest All Access Pass is here to stay.  I bought a lot of Mindvalley courses before this all-access pass came out, and I’m thankful that now we can just pay one price and get access to everything.

I’m sure there will be changes along the way as Mindvalley figures out how to make the pass work best for their students.  But they will be positive changes, so the Quest All Access Pass can only get better and better.

If you want a happier and more successful life, I highly recommend treating yourself to this pass. Make it one of those things that are essential for your self-care each year, because that’s what Mindvalley’s quests are all about – taking care of yourself in every way possible.

If you are on the fence as to whether or not you want to get the Quest All Access Pass and have a ton of Mindvalley quests at your disposal, I recommend taking Vishen’s free masterclass here where he talks about personal growth and how to make the most of it.

You can also learn more about the Quest All Access Pass and buy it here. You will find more benefits to the Quest All Access Pass on that page as well. When you buy it, you get instant access to all the programs included in the Quest All Access Pass and can start your personal development plan with Mindvalley today.

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