Brandon responds to an anonymous comment on the Facebook group about trouble in a romantic relationship by discussing the many outdated, confused and repressed conventional understandings surrounding human sexuality, playing a noted TED talk by Christopher Ryan on the topic, and touching upon what it might be like to evolve further into what might be called "post-monogamy".
Justin Faerman is a coach, entrepreneur, and healer dedicated to evolving human consciousness. In this episode, hear the inspiring story of Justin’s own sudden personal transformation, which ultimately led to him founding the successful magazine, Conscious Lifestyle. He also shares deep insights discussing how we can better apply spirituality, by covering fascinating topics such as the “Art of Flowing”.
Brandon reads a listener's review/story of synchronicity and weaves it into themes of service, selflessness, light-heartedness and a larger cosmic perspective, continuing from the previous episode dealing with alternate realities.
Brandon brings up a less common subject, that of parallel or alternate realities, and discusses several related ideas such as the concept that reality is a rapid succession of frozen moments not unlike the frames of a motion picture.
Brandon offers another friendly re-minding episode for those who may be struggling with their circumstances, offering new perspectives to help us surrender into what is wanted and help enlighten us in the face of the apparent dichotomies and paradoxes in the human experience.
Brandon and Erica take the opportunity to answer a listener's question to talk about parenting in the 21st century, discussing lesser-known perspectives like the fact that we actually choose our parents, or that children can be our teachers a well.
Kute Blackson is a visionary speaker, teacher, and author of the empowering new book, You.Are.The.One. In this episode, hear the unique story of his miraculous upbringing as the child of a renowned healer, as well as his profound message to help un-coach people so that they can reach their full potential.
Brandon reads from and talks about the last Agreement from don Miguel Ruiz's classic book "The Four Agreements", establishing the ways in which this agreement supports the others, and he also shares a "nano tap" from Sonya Sophia to help transmute stress into strength.
Brandon continues to draw from don Miguel Ruiz's "The Four Agreements", this time exploring the reasons why we may want to avoid making assumptions about other people's motivation.
Brandon continues onward to the Second Agreement from don Miguel Ruiz's modern spiritual classic book "The Four Agreements", which invites us to rise above the projections that others cast upon us and not be excessively self-important.
Brandon continues to read from and comment on the first chapter of don Miguel Ruiz's "The Four Agreements," expanding on the concept of being impeccable with one's word and why it's so crucial to embody this integrity, an aspect of our freedom to create harmony or discord in our own lives.
Dr. Scott Kolbaba is the author of Physicians Untold Stories: Miraculous experiences doctors are hesitant to share with their patients, or ANYONE! In this episode hear how Scott had his own incredible experience with a patient that defied traditional explanation and how it ultimately led him to compile similar stories that defy scientific logic and reasoning from 26 other doctors.
As an extension of the previous episode's theme, Brandon addresses the issue of self-worth and how many of us accept an idea of ourselves more limited than what our true potential suggests. He also comments on a clip from Bashar that addresses this.
Brandon addresses a comment from a listener concerning comparing oneself to others, and proposes that what we are always finding in the people we come in contact with is different reflections of ourselves to aid us in our awareness, not to compare ourselves to.
On the eve of the new year Brandon is inspired by layers of synchronicity and the release of the 333rd episode to talk about "Christ Consciousness." He talks about aspects of this heart-centered consciousness that inevitably lead to a recognition of our divine nature.
Brandon reads from the best-selling book "The Four Agreements" by don Miguel Ruiz and discusses the First Agreement, "be impeccable with your word," by relating words, vocalizations and language to our most essential creative abilities as human beings.
Ophira Edut is one-half of the astrological dynamic duo known as the AstroTwins, who are the official astrologers for many major magazine and webzines, and also the founders of the hugely popular website, astrostyle.com. In this episode, Ophira shares the details of her favorite celebrity client readings, gives some insight into Brandon’s personal astrological chart, as well as what the stars hold in store for us all in 2017.
Today's podcast is centered around the topic of anger and how to deal with it, what it represents and how it can help guide us in our lives. Brandon also shares enlightening quotes and clips on the topic from teachers like Gary Zukav and Abraham-Hicks.
Brandon and Nixie Marie talk about the transformative but difficult year that is ending and share insights and perspectives about what the new solar revolution cycle might bring.
Brandon talks about different aspects of the Christmas holiday like its pagan origins, gift-giving and its deeper significance, and he also reads the short story by Neale Donald Walsch "The Little Soul and The Sun" which contains a powerful allegory of the human experience.
Brandon reads and discusses listener stories of confronting various personal fears and challenges, and encourages us to conquer our demons by befriending them.
Paul E. Amori is running for mayor of Los Angeles, but he’s definitely not your typical candidate. In this episode, we share the story of Paul’s unique introduction into the political arena when he became the pretend mayor of Lightning in a Bottle festival several years ago, and how that experience has now led to him actually ending up on the 2017 ballot in Los Angeles, CA running under the unprecedented premise of voting for love.
Brandon and Erica talk about comments made by people on social media that reflect the anxiety and depression people feel, especially in the current cultural and seasonal climate. They also play a Tony Robbins clip and offer their own tips and empowering perspectives to help cope with and overcome anxiety.
Brandon is inspired by a listener's personal story on social media that motivates him to talk about "walking our own path," especially when walking that path means parting with certain people, and how learning to be happy in our solitude is an essential part of spiritual growth.
Brandon is spurred by his daily "Note from the Universe" to talk about the vortex or stream of experiences, people and things we have attracted to us in our lives through our thoughts, words and actions. He talks about how to get in sync with this stream and plays and Abraham-Hicks clip that delves deeper into the subject.