Brandon and Anita discuss a quote on the topic of transcending our own limitations through inspiration and a sense of purpose. Brandon also reports on the US Federal Government announcing their move away from incarcerating people in the for-profit prison system.
In the first of a new series of episodes this week, Brandon and co-host Anita Wing Lee discuss the idea that all things work out perfectly as long as we can align with that idea and relinquish our resistance, and they tell stories from their own lives which speak to this concept.
Brandon and Dalien discuss the idea that in life, the journey is its own goal, rather than it all being about reaching a destination, and they play an Alan Watts clip about this topic. Dalien also reports on the work of regressive hypnotherapist Dolores Cannon, and its astounding implications.
Dalien reports on the view of the Dagara people of West Africa, that mental illness is a sign of a spiritual healer being "born" into their tribe, and Brandon shares a deeply personal account about individuals in his own life who are affected in this manner.
Maria Teresa Chavez is a Holistic Health Coach and Educator with 12 years of expertise in the nutrition, fitness, and holistic lifestyle fields. A certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor, nutrition consultant, life and spiritual coach, she assists people who are seeking cutting-edge transformational tools so that they can heal themselves from the inside out, achieve optimal wellness, and radiant health and vitality.
Brandon and Dalien talk about cynicism, armed with famous quotes and an Abraham-Hicks audio clip on the matter, and they also talk about the news of progressive sex-ed in the Netherlands which starts in kindergarten.
Brandon and Dalien discuss the Triple Filter Test devised by ancient Greek philosopher Socrates, and how it promotes disciplined, constructive use of our words and our attention. Also Dalien reports on activist Rob Greenfield's heartwarming international trek, based on the simple idea that people are inherently good.
Brandon and Dalien utilize a clip from Teal Swan to broach this subject, and they comment on some of Teal's insights regarding the imbalances between genders as well as Brandon's experience witnessing impromptu "couples therapy" at a seminar by famous personal guru Tony Robbins.
Brandon and Dalien address a couple of listeners' stories of synchronicity that they've shared with the podcast, and they comment on the question of whether psychedelics can be a help or a hindrance in our spiritual development.
Joanna is an artist, writer, practitioner of "magick" and host of the "Hippie Witch" podcast. In this episode she discusses with Brandon how she draws upon the power of words and symbols to effect changes in consciousness; she also talks about her life story, her take on witchcraft and spirituality, and some specific tools that people can use to draw upon their personal power.
Brandon and Dalien, aided by an Abraham-Hicks audio clip, explore the idea that there is always more to know about life and ourselves, therefore our judgments and conclusions are often incomplete and reflect our ignorance rather than understanding.
For today's episode Brandon invites podcast listener and psychic medium Ashley Strong, with whom he shares some synchronistic connections; Ashley relates the fascinating details of her story that led her to discover her gift, and they discuss the startling revelations that Ashley conveyed when she did a psychic reading for Brandon and his brother.
In this episode Brandon speaks with Daanish, a listener who was brave enough to open up about his recent painful experiences with depression and the loss of an important relationship, his shift to a more positive outlook and how he sees his life now starting to change for the better.
Brandon reads a passage from renowned spiritual author Osho based on the idea of relaxation, slowing down and letting go of that which is unnatural in order to attain deeper and higher forms of well-being and bliss.
Ana Wood possesses a master's degree in spiritual psychology and is the founder of "Try Love On" coaching. In this episode she shares her interesting life story and discusses her surprising source of multi-dimensional knowledge which helps formulate the unique perspective that she freely shares with the world.
Brandon and Dalien comment on a listener's heartfelt review and use it as a springboard to discuss forgiveness, especially in the context of life's most painful and tragic experiences.
For this "story time" edition of the Positive Head Podcast, Brandon invites his friend Bita to relate her vivid account of recent spontaneous out-of-body projections she experienced, which have resulted in a big paradigm shift for her. Also, Dalien shares a report of remote viewing used by the US government in the 1970s to locate a missing airplane.
In a podcast dedicated to the idea that self-love and listening to one's intuition are directly related, Dalien reports on accounts of animal instinct and the 2004 tsunami, and Brandon comments on a Teal Swan clip dedicated to the topic which includes a challenge to radically love ourselves for a whole straight year.
Brandon addresses a listener's question about an apparent conflict between financial remuneration and career fulfillment, including an Abraham-Hicks talk on the topic, to try and shift perspectives and reveal potential that may not be immediately apparent in the situation. Also, Dalien shares a link to a trove of over 2000 online courses made available freely by MIT.
Sheila Gillette endured a harrowing near-death experience that opened her up to the wisdom of THEO, a collective group of 12 arch-angelic entities. Today she works with her partner Marcus to spread THEO's message and help usher in the new era of collective human awakening. In this episode they discuss how THEO helped the world-renowned channeler Esther Hicks (Abraham) get her start, how the earth has recently moved into the 5th dimension and the implications this shift has to allow a large percentage of humanity to attain mastery in their current lifetime.
Brandon discusses an idea, prompted by a listener's message, that feeling empathy for other people's suffering is natural, but allowing their suffering to affect us deeply is counterproductive. Dalien also reports on a new scientific theory that the Universe did not begin with the "Big Bang".
Brandon and Dalien examine this well-known concept from their current perspectives, having endured loss and the dissolution of important relationships. Also Dalien reports on a recent scientific theory that time is actually slowing down to a standstill.