Brandon welcomes Sonya Sophia back on the show, and she conducts an Emotional Freedom Technique, or "tapping" session, to help especially those audience members who may be struggling with expressing or becoming their true selves in the face of judgment and opposition.
Brandon reads Chapter 35 of the book "Oneness" as he has been doing each week on Friday. This week's chapter discusses dealing with the radical global changes of our times without fear, and awakening to the realization that this is not the same world we were born into.
Brandon talks about random, chaotic or disordered thoughts that we may all have within the larger spectrum of consciousness, from everyday little obsessions and compulsions to their more pathological manifestations, and he offers the typically-empowering viewpoint that we are the space for consciousness itself, rather than every little thought that arises therein. He also shares a clip from the wonderful Eckhart Tolle that references this dimension of human life.
Brandon answers a question about a common experience among working adults, wanting to move from less-than-ideal jobs and career conditions to those that are more fulfilling and rewarding, and he touches upon the most challenging aspects of the work and career path that are tied to spirituality, such as dealing with failure, expectations and the power of our creative thought. He also shares a great Eckhart Tolle clip that answers this question as well.
Giselle is an author, podcaster, intuitive counselor and founder of the forthcoming 2nd annual Conscious Media Festival that will be held in Austin, TX on March 2-4. In this episode, Giselle talks about the exciting things that are unfolding in conscious media that will be explored at the festival, delves into a discussion regarding the different cosmic rays that are currently interacting with our planet, and how we are all ultimately all conscious creators if we choose to be.
Brandon introduces his friend Roniit to the Positive Head audience; she was a listener herself whose life was changed by the podcast and reached out to Brandon to have her question answered. They talk about shared interests and experiences including transformational festivals, potential projects, artistic endeavors, personal insights and synchronicities spurred by the podcast.
Brandon reads from the book "Oneness" by Rasha, this time drawing from Chapter Seven which talks about the power of intention, the roles individuals play in the creation of world conflict, as well as an energetic prescription for world peace, which includes taking responsibility for the impact of any action upon the whole system.
Brandon answers a listener's question about switching jobs, with an underlying general theme of fear of change, and he offers his perspective on the matter which includes releasing resistance and energetically moving into the space of what we desire, something that many of us find more challenging than the "traditional" path of worldly feats and deeds. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip with a great viewpoint on all this.
Sarah is a contemporary witch, herbalist, permaculture activist and co-founder of the incredible transformational event Envision Festival. In this episode, hear how Sarah learned to open up to and connect with the plant kingdom, about life living off the grid on a farm in Costa Rica, and what it means to "come out of the broom closet" as a contemporary witch in today's modern world.
Brandon shares a listener's story sent in to him, about a situation with a co-worker that devolved into antagonism and bad feelings, and he offers his characteristic positive takes as well as reminding listeners to be gentle with themselves and invoke the power of love as often as possible, to help defuse negativity and reveal the truth of any situation.
Brandon reads a listener's inquiry that questions why we strive for certain things over others if everything is an aspect of Source, and he takes the opportunity to comment on this insightful query and how it references the "Emotional Guidance System" from the Abraham-Hicks material. He also shares an Abraham clip with advice on how to soothe ourselves when going through a difficult spell.
Brandon once again reads a chapter from the book "Oneness" and comments on its contents, this time discussing Chapter 23 which has as its topics adapting to the escalating momentum of change, integrating parallel aspects of our composite selves and experiencing expanded perceptions and augmented levels of reality.
Brandon continues to reflect on the year that is just beginning by sharing his thoughts, a post on the Facebook listeners' group and other timeless wisdom designed to help us all get back to our baseline, a level of calm and centeredness that allows us to deal with any challenges coming up in the months ahead. (If you like the song "Kaleid" by Josiah L. at the end of today's episode, help him win the opportunity to perform at Lucidity Festival by taking five seconds to vote for him here: http://bit.ly/2AhgABG)
Shakara is a multidimensional guide and creative inspirationalist who speaks energetic light languages and channels star messages from various guides about ascension and living life creatively. In this episode, hear the story of how she very recently walked away from a big six-figure salary at the urging of her guides and her own heart, so that she can more fully step into her role as an ascension guide that wields the transformative power of light languages.
Brandon begins the new year by discussing the numerological significance of 2018 being a Master Number 11 year and the transcendent potentiality of this new cycle. He also shares several fascinating synchronicities that have occurred in his own life over the last few days.
Brandon continues his weekly reading from and commenting on the book "Oneness" by Rasha, a longtime favorite of his and a channelled book of spiritual knowledge that serves as a kind of "handbook for ascension". This week he reads Chapter 39 which talks about finding God.
Brandon answers a question from a listener concerning mediumship, reincarnation and communication with deceased loved ones, and he takes a peek "behind the veil" making reference to his own thoughts on the matter, as well as sharing the teachings of others like Neale Donald Walsch and Abraham-Hicks.
Connor Evans is an eco-activist who runs EcoActive.com and is also a meta journalist at ourglassearth.com. In this episode, hear about Connor's adventure at Standing Rock in 2016, a detailed breakdown of the role the transnational corporate empire has played on our planet up to this point, and why he is optimistic about us breaking free from the grasp of "the powers that were" and how they ultimately are contributing to our species' collective evolution.
Brandon speaks about living in the present, an often-heard admonition that is nonetheless "timeless" wisdom, as an answer to a question sent in by an anonymous listener. He shares his own perspective which includes his insightful saying that "life plays out at the crossroads of free will and destiny", as well as wisdom on the power of the present moment by teachers like Eckhart Tolle, an acknowledged master on this subject.
Brandon continues to read from the book "Oneness" by Rasha, his "handbook for ascension", and this week he shares Chapter 29 which has as its topics transcendence over spiritual dogmas and the uniqueness of each person's spiritual path.
Brandon talks about the challenges we commonly find to accept ourselves or others, whether we know this or not, and how the spiritual path must include some form of self-love that helps us transcend the lack of acceptance that is so common now, and the greater understanding which often follows it. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks related to family interactions during the holidays which play into this theme of acceptance.
Andrei Knight is a social alchemist and metaphysical maverick who combines meditation, energy work, tantra, and life coaching to help people consciously awaken to their fullest potential. In this episode where Dr. Erica Middlemiss joins Brandon to co-host, in addition to discussing how Tantra can be utilized to take the sexual experience to the next level, Andrei explains how the ancient practice of Tantra is actually the science of self-realization and how it can even be practiced alone. He also discusses the roots of Tantra tracing back to ancient Egypt, Mary Magdalene, and the real-life historical Djedi.
Brandon welcomes his friend Connor onto the show and they talk about a bit of news that has received some attention lately, regarding the pernicious effects of social media and how it has helped erode civil discourse in our culture, and they offer other related takes on how these apparent problems can also give birth to renewed practices like mindfulness and heart-centered communication.
Brandon welcomes Sonya Sofia from World Tapping Circle back on the show and she shares a sneak peek into an upcoming project she is part of. She also conducts a "tapping" session and talks with Brandon about the archetype of a benevolent "Father Winter" as well as the shamanic rituals and traditions related to these holidays.
Brandon reads from the book "Oneness" as he has done on Fridays for a few months, this time picking Chapter 19 which explores the experience of interdimensional ascension, bouncing between realities, shifting the focus of one's awareness among simultaneous levels of reality, and the extinction and emergence of new biological lifeforms on our planet.