Brandon and Dalien discuss the importance of finding what inspires you. They also share wisdom on the topic from one of the great spiritual teachers of our time, Dr. Wayne Dyer, as well as his truly magical story with a butterfly.
Brandon and Dalien discuss a listeners question about heaven and hell, what the spiritual teacher Osho thought about finding answers to the ultimate truths, as well as 10,000 year old paintings that were recently discovered in India that purportedly depict extra-terrestrial beings.
Steve Kiesling is Editor-in-Chief of Spirituality & Health Magazine (spiritualityhealth.com), a best-selling author and former Olympic rower. In this episode, Steve discusses growing up with the famous spoon bender Uri Geller bending spoons in his living room, the phenomenon of remote viewing, the importance of embodying spirituality and balancing it with an unbiased and scientific viewpoint.
Brandon and Dalien discuss choosing vs. achieving success, making medicine your food, the importance of ingesting positive information daily, and a bizarre story from 1954 of a traveler with a passport from an unknown country who vanished without a trace.
Brandon and Dalien discuss dissolving the ego, reports of superhuman abilities, a new study which shows that Ayahuasca rewires the human brain, as well as techniques on how to fully process emotions and avoid wallowing in negativity.
Brandon and Dalien discuss an old friends recent online post about the loss of childhood optimism, the path to overcoming hopelessness, a new meditation strategy being used at a school in San Francisco and Positive Head writer Ponzi chimes in to read the positive pondering of the day.
Brandon and Dalien talk about Oprah Winfrey's inspiring life story, the intention behind the launch of Positive Head, an experimental idea to help spread the positivity, and a recent show-based synchronicity. Akashic reader and Positive Head writer Sue Krebs also shares a positive pondering and break down for the day.
AC Johner is director of the ethnographic documentary, Electronic Awakening, which investigates the spiritual implications of Electronic Dance Music Culture that has rapidly expanded across the globe in recent years. In this episode, hear his personal perspective on the intriguing insights that the movie puts forth, as well as the details of his five year journey that took him all around the world while filming.
Brandon and Dalien discuss the subtle shift that seems to be happening with people from all walks of life, the growing power of placebos and why Freud suggests we avoid assholes (figuratively not literally)
Brandon discusses with Dalien how he created personal success in business, the concept of a fixed mindset versus a growth mindset, alternative cancer treatments, and a bizarre video of what looks like a floating city that was recently filmed in China
Brandon and Dalien talk about the concept of heaven and hell, issues of mental health and illness like depression, what it is like to live in the present moment and the unique perspective of indigenous people pertaining to suffering and mental health.
Brandon and Dalien discuss exciting new partnerships for the show, an ambitious new project to power homes with bicycles, what their thoughts are on the illuminati, and also pose a challenge to the audience to see if they can change their loved ones' behavior simply by shifting their own perspective.
Kimberly and Foster Gamble are the dynamic duo behind thrivemovement.com and the enlightening documentary Thrive, which has been watched by over 30 million people. As a member of the Gamble family (maker of world famous Procter & Gamble products), Foster was born into privilege, but diverged from the expected path as a young adult to research alternative energy solutions. Decades of research ultimately led him to uncover shocking information about suppressed energy solutions, the corruption of the banking system and the individuals and groups that seem to be pulling all the strings. In this episode we discuss the documentary findings, including some of the exciting solutions and developments that are helping to move our planet forward into a new era.
In this episode Brandon and Dalien discuss the power of losing expectations, the inspiring story of the so-called 'ugliest woman in the world', and address the concept of everything happening for a reason and what that means pertaining to pain and suffering.
Brandon welcomes long absent co-host Dalien back on the podcast as they experiment with their first "non-interview" episode. They discuss the plan to do a shorter daily podcast (in addition to the weekly interviews) where they will do interpretations of a favorite quote, take questions from the audience, cover a bit of positive news that is happening out in the world, and rant about whatever other positive ponderings come to mind that day!
Dr. Kelly Neff is a psychologist, author and founder of thelucidplanet.com. In this episode, Dr. Kelly discusses the growing trend toward non-traditional relationships, as well as the challenges and rewards that a couple might expect from exploring non-traditional relationship structures.