Art Burns is a mindfulness coach working with people in all walks of life to integrate mindfulness practices into all aspects of life, not just on the meditation cushion—he considers mindfulness to be the thing that rescued him from the insane mode of thinking that passes for normalcy on our planet, and he hopes to in turn help others through it.
Brandon continues to touch upon difficult themes in the most gentle way possible, by referencing the anxiety, discomfort and negativity that many people experience these days for a multitude of reasons, and he tries to remind himself and all of us that trials and tribulations are not simply to be endured but appreciated, as well as bring up powerful simple tools we have to help us manage stress like our breath.
Robin Tala is a poet, DJ, and empowerment coach who was raised on the mystical Sufi path in an eclectic midwestern community. In this week's Soul-Share, Tala tells his tale of meeting the Dalai Lama in his youth, as well as gracefully discusses and illuminates some touchy cultural topics and tensions. He also lights Brandon up with inspiration discussing his current primary passion and focus, helping to heal the planet with superfoods.
Brandon addresses a debate that has arisen within the listener community, due to a recent guest whose energy is rather intense and uncompromising, and explores various perspectives in an effort to learn from this interaction.
This episode is a reading from "The Pyschic Explorer" book by V. Van Dam, and on this occasion the chapter read is the message from the intelligence behind the celestial body we know as Saturn, which has been historically and esoterically associated with important qualities like structure, limitation and challenges for our entire solar system.
Danny Rongo is an author and playwright as well as a Positive Head listener and fellow podcaster, also a singer-songwriter, activist and a direct disciple of the esteemed, late Dr. Wayne Dyer.
Samantha Lotus is a friend of Brandon's that was originally scheduled to co-host on the show a few weeks back, but ended up making her first appearance through this episode's featured clip, which is from a video on the fear of failure she recently posted. It inspired Brandon to discuss the importance of F-acing E-verything A-nd R-ising, as opposed to F-orgetting E-verything A-nd R-unning.
Ajit Nawalkha was driven from an early age to tap into the roots of abundance, wealth and a fulfilling well-rounded life at all possible levels, from the physical to the spiritual, and he has been fortunate to collaborate with Mindvalley, a global education technology company working with a lot of the world's new-thought leaders. Warning: this episode contains practical advice on how to make money, be happy and contribute to the world.
Brandon reads a message from "beyond the Beyond", an esoteric chapter of perspectives from beings that have passed beyond our known universe, from the "Psychic Explorer" book by V. van Dam that is read from occasionally on the show.
Brnadon takes the opportunity to discuss an article on self-love and being single, from the site Elephant Journal, that was reposted and commented on by members of the Facebook group, and he ties this to a powerful new understanding of the "be-do-have" paradigm, which always begins with states of being that give way to experiences though many people aren't aware of this dynamic.
Princeton Clark a self-mastery teacher and another listener that fellow (P)Heads ought to be familiar with, as he regularly posts on the closed Facebook group and is otherwise "on fire" as an empowered, aware and social-media savvy individual. In this episode he shares some of his unique awesome insights and aspects of his path, which included him learning to love himself authentically through his own shadow.