Erica and Charis bring their feminine voices, heart, wisdom and common sense to the show and answer a range of queries from the audience, from romantic relationships to career and livelihood matters and questions about spirit messages, karma and free will.
Erica subs for Brandon this week while he is away, and offers her invaluable knowledge on health and medicine, as she is uniquely qualified due to her background and experience as a naturopathic physician. She shares a clip by Caroline Myss, quotes by Dolores Cannon and her own insight on the true nature of health and illnesses.
Alexa welcomes another listener and supporter of Positive Head onto the show; this week it's Marisa Bramwell, and intuitive and writer as well as a journalist with an extensive career in television. In this episode she tells Alexa how she went from television to comedy writing, and how her empathic and spiritual side figured into her journey thus far (You can find Marisa online at instagram.com/marisabramwell).
Brandon reads from and comments on Chapter 21 of "Oneness", which expounds on the ascension process specifically from the perspectives of attaining true freedom from attachment, how we undermine our own best intentions vibrationally, and integrating parallel aspects of ourselves into our composite identity.
JP Sears is an emotional healing coach, author, popular YouTuber, ginger and student of life, and in this episode he tells Brandon how he got started making funny videos, how he thinks and feels spirituality and humor are related, and talks about his books and his professional practice.
Brandon answers a question from a listener who just went through a painful betrayal in their relationship, and delves further into the nature of our human interactions with the awareness that, especially in romantic relationships, we often seem to do things "to" others but everything always happens "for" us, it's ultimately not personal and it's for our growth and evolution.
Brandon references the escalating amount of synchronicity and recent developments in his personal life, and tries to help us all attain a bird's eye perspective on our lives by calling us to appreciate the small moments and the bigger picture, instead of getting caught up in perpetual nostalgia and anticipation.
Alexa comes back to host the second episode in this new series, this week she speaks with Cecilia McDowell, an artist, photographer, Reiki master and the creative mind behind a new healing modality named the the Cyanotype Crystal Grid (To connect with Cecilia and follow her work or purchase her Cyanotype print work, check out the following: firstname.lastname@example.org, instagram.com/accidentalalchemist, facebook.com/AlchimaeraArts, alchimaera.etsy.com)
Brandon once again finds the perfect chapter of "Oneness" to share with the Positive Head audience; this week it's Chapter 32 which offers an in-depth analysis of humanity's interpersonal, karmically expansive "experiential mirroring", which he refers to in this and many episodes as our collectively being "extensions of one another."
Michelle Chalfant is a holistic therapist, author, fellow truth-seeker and host of the "Adult Chair Podcast". In this episode she talks about her concept of the "adult chair" as opposed to other chairs we sit on at different stages of our lives, and she touches upon other valuable insights of hers like the true nature of anxiety and depression, among others.
Brandon and Chris Jackson answer a listener's question about pride versus humility and they chat about "separation consciousness" as well as learning to recognize one's own potential and fulfilling it, which false modesty can potentially prevent.
Brandon talks about love and relationships, referencing a recent disappointment with an ex-partner as well as his recent streak of loving, heart-chakra-aligned experiences and how he brought this to bear on his recent encounter.
Alexa has been a contributor to Positive Head for over a year, and in this new ongoing series she talks to listeners who have been positively impacted by the podcast and share their stories in the hopes that even more listeners can relate and find community. This week she talks to Alex, who went from troubled youth to starting a new life as a yoga teacher.
John "Halcyon" Styn is a pink-haired, pink-heart and pink-frequency-resonant, thoroughly entertaining and unique individual who aims to help others reach their happiness potential in life. In his first proper interview with Brandon, hear him talk about his background, his history with HugNation & Burning Man, and his very effective, honest ways of putting spirituality into practice.
Continuing their conversational answer from the last daily episode, Brandon and Chris talk about the main complementary or opposing polarities of the universe, material consciousness and etheric ideals, and how they can integrate to produce ever-grander expressions of creativity, or devolve into fragmented and limiting belief systems.
Brandon invites back Chris Jackson of Grateful Generation onto the show, and together they address a heartfelt personal message/question sent in by a listener. Chris expounded at length and his answer was split into two parts; in this first half he offers fascinating insights into etymology, universal archetypes and a holistic way to look at male-female polarities.
Due to upcoming changes to the show format, Brandon once again reads a chapter from "Oneness" and comments on it, this time sharing Chapter 20 which talks about how this reality is not as consensual as we all imagine, and how we must all become our own individual and independent frames of reference, in order to consciously create our own reality and orchestrate the way the world responds to us.
Brandon reads from the book "Oneness" or as he calls it, the "handbook for ascension"—an older volume of channeled material that still bears great relevance today. The theme of this week's chapter is the examination of the underlying reasons for interpersonal and global conflict, and how to achieve resolution without compromise—a message that may seem counter-intuitive to many.
Brandon replies to a message from a listener who characterized themselves as "broken hearted" and, in a loose continuation of the last daily episode's theme, delves into the nature of loneliness and solitude and reminds us that there is great spiritual power within the latter. He also shares an insightful clip on this from the incomparable Eckhart Tolle.
Eric Jacobs is a "rewilder" who spontaneously did an impromptu recording session with Brandon after a chance meeting. He shares his background and early inclination towards nature which would have a lasting impact on him, his progressive global perspective on economics, culture and society, and he goes deeper into his fascinating path as a "rewilder", helping to restore ecosystems to their natural state.
Brandon answers a couple of questions sent in to him, which synchronistically have to do with crossing over and facing mortality at different stages of life. He infuses his positive take rooted in ancient wisdom that teaches us to embrace all experiences and look for their hidden gifts, and he shares an Abraham-Hicks clip with a powerful perspective from this non-physical entity.
Brandon welcomes Sonya Sophia back on the show, and she conducts an Emotional Freedom Technique, or "tapping" session, to help especially those audience members who may be struggling with expressing or becoming their true selves in the face of judgment and opposition.
Brandon reads Chapter 35 of the book "Oneness" as he has been doing each week on Friday. This week's chapter discusses dealing with the radical global changes of our times without fear, and awakening to the realization that this is not the same world we were born into.
Brandon talks about random, chaotic or disordered thoughts that we may all have within the larger spectrum of consciousness, from everyday little obsessions and compulsions to their more pathological manifestations, and he offers the typically-empowering viewpoint that we are the space for consciousness itself, rather than every little thought that arises therein. He also shares a clip from the wonderful Eckhart Tolle that references this dimension of human life.
Brandon answers a question about a common experience among working adults, wanting to move from less-than-ideal jobs and career conditions to those that are more fulfilling and rewarding, and he touches upon the most challenging aspects of the work and career path that are tied to spirituality, such as dealing with failure, expectations and the power of our creative thought. He also shares a great Eckhart Tolle clip that answers this question as well.