Brandon reads a couple of listener reviews and discusses with Dalien a story about their birthdays, a recent news article about scientific theories on the "illusory" nature of time and Brandon's work-in-progress book on this subject.
Brandon answers a listener's question and plays an audio clip from an Abraham workshop to address the topic of romantic relationships and how sometimes we can hold ourselves apart from what we want due to our focus. Dalien also reports on Nikola Tesla's fascination with extraterrestrial communication.
Mohamed Omar was a successful rock musician in his native Egypt, and now is a yoga and meditation practitioner as well as creator of the "Intentional Beings and the Seven Simple Steps" podcast. In this interview he relates his personal story and what brought him to the US, how he started down the spiritual path and what he sees as his role in helping to elevate global consciousness.
Brandon and Dalien invite their audience to connect with them and be featured on the podcast, and they lean on a famous quote and an audio clip to comment on contrasting ideas of simplicity and complexity, especially how the latter can clutter our lives and how simple pleasures are the essence of happiness.
Brandon quotes a passage from famed author Alan Moore and plays a Wayne Dyer clip to expand on the idea that language and art have the actual power and role of magic in our culture, starting with basic vocalizations that are encoded with divine meaning.
Brandon and Dalien answer a listener's question related to singing and comment on ideas of success and passion, expectations and agendas. Dalien also reports on research that suggests telepathy is real.
In this episode Brandon and Dalien discuss the Law of Attraction, based on an Abraham-Hicks workshop clip where a participant gives her perspective and elicits further insights from Abraham on how to "get in the Vortex" and attract what we want into our experience.
Michael is a bestselling author and meditation/mindfulness teacher with extensive training and a great passion for the subject. In this interview he explains his view that models of reality are merely maps not to be confused with the real thing, and how recognizing our shared humanity can enhance our lives and the lives around us as well.
In today's episode Brandon relies on famous quotes and an audio clip of an entrepreneur's story to explore the idea that failure is almost always a necessary road to travel on our way to success, whatever we understand that to be.
Brandon and Dalien discuss the idea that one of life's biggest experiences lies in giving things away, not hoarding or coveting them, expanding on a relevant quote and a talk that further explores this concept.
Brandon plays an Alan Watts clip and ponders on a quote by Carl Jung, all based on the latter's ideas about the "shadow self," the part of us that needs healing most. Also Dalien reports on accounts of individuals who have lived fairly normal lives with large portions of their brains missing.
Brandon shares a parable about two monks and uses it to explore the idea that we can simply do our best in any moment, without being bogged down by past mistakes. Dalien also shares a report of an experimental stem cell therapy that could potentially cure MS.
Miguel is an author and speaker who distills into plain language the ancient spiritual wisdom from the Toltec civilization of Mexico, in the tradition of his famous father, author of The Four Agreements don Miguel Ruiz. In this interview he relates stories from his life journey and discusses topics such as "domestication" and the dreamlike aspects of our reality.
Brandon explores the idea that we should appreciate as much as we can, since change is the only constant in life and things are sure not to last. Dalien also reports on an ancient Coptic manuscript that allegedly describes Jesus Christ as a shapeshifter.
Brandon and Dalien offer their perspectives, in answer to a listener's message, in light of all the recent turmoil throughout the US, and Brandon uses a Rumi quote to expand on larger themes surrounding our collective healing and heartache, anger and love.
Brandon ponders on a clip where Abraham-Hicks discusses being in "receiving mode" to what we want in life, instead of simply reinforcing our beliefs that struggle and hardship are prerequisites to success. Dalien also reports on an inspiring Buddhist monk turned millionaire and three tips he offers for a fulfilling life.
Brandon expands on the subject of past and broken relationships with an anecdote and an Abraham audio clip, and Dalien reports on two events taking place in Costa Rica centered around sustainability and paradigm shift.
Ethan is an activist, yoga practitioner and Tai Chi instructor, and author of several books including "The Geometry of Energy: How to Meditate". In this interview he explains his math- and geometry-based approach to high consciousness and specifically discusses powerful numbers like four and 108, as well as other symbols used to encode this transcendent knowledge throughout human history.
Brandon shares a wonderful story from an Abraham-Hicks workshop participant, illustrating in dramatic fashion how we can manifest seemingly impossible things when our intention is clear. Dalien also shares a story of a Chinese woman who can make seeds sprout in minutes with her mind.
Brandon explores the idea of self-confidence and what it takes to succeed, aided by an insightful Tony Robbins clip, and Dalien reports on mysterious natural pyramids found in Bosnia.
Brandon explores the idea that consciously allowing ourselves to be vulnerable is actually an act of courage that can help us connect to our fellow human beings, and Dalien reports on a thirteen-year old who invented a free energy device.