The guys answer a listener's question about déjà vu, and Dalien shares the story of a recent synchronistic encounter that illustrates how we are more powerful than we typically realize.
Brandon and Dalien report a story and answer a listener's question pertaining to the power to change our external reality and how this change begins with ourselves.
Brandon and Dalien take the time to address questions that listeners have sent in, discuss how to approach people who may be less open minded than ourselves, and give their opinion on how to help children in the autism spectrum.
Brandon expounds on a clip about a story of a young Indian brahmin and his journey of knowledge and wisdom, and Dalien discusses the latest research in "quantum weirdness" and fluid dynamics.
Karan Bajaj is an author and corporate entrepreneur with worldly success and a very interesting perspective on life. In this episode he talks with Brandon about his latest novel, shares stories of his corporate career and how he became a writer, and discusses his insights on personal purpose and eastern philosophies among others.
Brandon shares some personal synchronicity stories from Lucidity Festival and also shares a clip from Wayne Dyer on the four types of manifestation. Dalien also shares new research on the importance of spending time in nature.
Brandon plays a clip from Teal Swan with a technique for aligning with our optimal future self, and Dalien reports on the decision by India and the Netherlands to abandon all gasoline-powered vehicles.
Dr. Levy is a remarkable individual with experience as top executive or advisor to multiple companies and organizations, and in this talk he discusses how the current consciousness movement must participate in all aspects of life from finance to politics and media, in order to effect lasting change in the world.
In today's episode Brandon and Dalien answer a listener's question about "downloading" wisdom, and play an Abraham clip on the nature of the channeling process that offers valuable insights into this phenomenon.
Joe Martino is founder of the popular consciousness expanding website, collective-evolution.com. In this episode, Brandon and Joe discuss following your passion, alternative communities, solar influence and spiritual revolution.
Brandon and Dalien discuss a clip from Eckhart Tolle and quote from Teal Swan on the concept that difficult individuals and challenging situations reflect our own pain and they can help us heal where we hurt the most.
Brandon and Dalien are joined by Sue Krebs to discuss creating, creativity and our innate "creatorship". Dalien also shares an encouraging story how Starbucks is now helping to feed the hungry and homeless.
Zach Leary is the son of famed psychologist Timothy Leary and is also known as bhakta yogi Ramana. In this talk he tells anecdotes and personal stories of transcendence and meaning, and shares his insights on how to walk the path of the heart in today's increasingly complex and desensitized world.
Brandon and Dalien discuss a powerful and insightful talk given by Matt Kahn regarding the three states of energy and how it is always circulating, stagnating or being integrated. Dalien also shares a story about giant humanoid skeletons that were recently discovered.
Melissa is co-founder of Leading Edge Parenting and co-author of the book Authentic Parenting Power. In this interview she discusses indigo children and how parents can help their offspring thrive by understanding their "cosmic design."
Brandon and Dalien discuss embracing all of our emotions, especially the difficult ones, and why it is important to remove judgement about the “negative” ones. Dalien also shares a story about the “greenest school on earth”.
Brandon and Dalien discuss the concept of evil and how bringing awareness to it can help transmute it. Dalien also shares a story of mutant type powers that some people have that allows them to see many more colors than the average person.
Brandon talks with Sue Krebs about her quote and break down on finding inner peace and perspective in the face of life's trials, and Dalien reports on a miraculous cancer treatment that carries a big risk for doctors who work with it.
For today's episode, Brandon brings a positive reminder to those who may be feeling down or struggling to see their own light, and he plays a timely Abraham-Hicks clip that ties into this. Also, Dalien reports on a floating "skyscraper" that can clean up our oceans and produce energy in the process.
Steven Ehlinger II has over 25 years of experience in finance and he is passionate about what could be termed "sacred commerce and economics." In this talk he discusses the emerging global spiritual transformation of humanity and how that is reflected in our economic systems at every level from local transactions to global ventures.
Brandon and Dalien talk about clear solar panel technology, discuss the idea of unconditional love and play a clip from Abraham-Hicks on non-physical perspective that includes a great real-life story of serendipity.
Brandon and Dalien discuss the power of being authentic with yourself and others. They also share a clip from Tony Robbins that goes into greater detail about the science behind your beliefs and how to consciously create new patterns in your life.
Bhante Sujatha has been a Buddhist monk for over thirty years, focused on teaching loving-kindness meditation through a deep yet simple approach, and he is founder and head of the Blue Lotus Temple in Illinois. In this talk he discusses the difference between simple relaxation and the dedicated practice of meditation, and relates personal stories of forgiveness and healing through acceptance and courage.
Brandon addresses a listener's question about an emerging relationship mismatch, plays an Abraham-Hicks clip on how to "move on" emotionally, and Dalien reports on accounts of why NASA's official story about the Moon landings is questionable.
Amy Cuddy is a social psychologist, author and lecturer known for her research on stereotyping and discrimination, nonverbal behavior and the effects of social stimuli on hormone levels. In this week's interview she talks with Brandon about "power poses," some fascinating patterns of nonverbal social interaction and offers her insights into using our bodily postures to affect our lives.