Ross Cessna is a self-described "techno-shamanic gutter poet" who struggled with mental illness at one point in his past, but it would be difficult especially for members of the Facebook group to tell this, as Ross often writes there and elsewhere online with a clear and insightful voice. To follow Ross and contact him about shared interests such as podcasts and Tarot card reading:
Brandon reads Chapter 24 of "Oneness" by Rasha which expounds on our human journey into this plane of gross duality and contrast, and how it is precisely adversity and contrast that serve as catalysts for our spiritual evolution in this physical plane.
Ronnie Landis is a martial artist and podcast host with a focus on nutrition, holistic health and positive thinking. In this episode he tells Brandon how he got going on his path and gives his take on a wide variety of topics, from diet and exercise to deeper questions about our culture and civilization, all with the aim of delivering the most empowering message possible to the audience.
Brandon and Chris Jackson continue the discussions on abundance that have taken place in the podcast lately, specifically with Derek Rydall (#627 & #632) and Chris also talks about the upcoming ABunDance Enchantment event that Grateful Generation organizes in the Los Angeles area yearly. Positive Head listeners get an additional incentive to attend this event.
Brandon and Charis Melina Brown have a very freewheeling and spontaneous conversation about, among other subjects, intuition and "energetically feeling" into situations and people, and they also answer a question about the nature of déjà vu.
Alexa hosts Sam Buchanan this week; Sam is a director, playwright and theater artist who just got married and is committed to explore polyamory with his partner. He tells Alexa how he arrived at this place, what his understanding of polyamory, shame and relationships is, and makes it clear that his focus is growth and love, honesty and compassion.
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Brandon does his best to invoke the frequency of Hawaiian Ho'oponopono, the forgiveness & amendments ritual, in order to help heal any wounds made raw not just by recent episodes of the podcast, but perhaps the collective culture as well, by releasing this intention out into the world.
Clementina Giovannetti is a best-selling author and an intuitive healer who specializes in dream interpretation. In this remarkable interview she retells her incredible life story and fascinating past-life regression as a Roman centurion, as well as other incredible mind-bending tales of reincarnation across many lifetimes and many selves that all tie together in a common theme: we are all One.
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Brandon offers his take on racial discord and tension, and invites us to always try and use these and any occurrences that cause us to react intensely as opportunities to examine ourselves and regulate our own frequency, since our control over events and people is limited but we can always control our own reactions.
Brandon and Sonya Sophia discuss their participation at the Conscious Media Festival in Austin this past weekend, and among other things they discuss the amazingly synchronistical and powerfully transformative experiences that Brandon, Sonya and Positive Head guest/event organizer Sandra Walter helped bring into fruition at this remarkable gathering.
Alexa welcomes Beth Ward to the show, she is a Reiki master and intuitive healer who found her life radically altered by a near-death experience. She talks about her visit to the "other side", the lessons she continues to glean from her journey and details some of her current healing practices (links to contact her are included).
Brandon returns back to the show highly inspired after spending time away in Costa Rica at the Superhero Academy Mastermind meet-up and Envision Festival, and shares some amazing examples of synchronicity, magic and "activation" that transpired on his journey.
Derek and Brandon continue to dive deeper into master creative principles of the Universe, like the laws of Emergence, Abundance and Circulation, which Derek also explores in his own podcast and new book. He finds profoundly creative yet simple words to help as many people as possible to put into practice these powerful principles in their own lives. Positive Head listeners also get a freebie from Derek plus more exciting offers.
Erica shares an excerpt from a book near and dear to the Positive Head family, "Return of the Bird Tribes" by Ken Carey—sharing a bit of background on the book, the introduction and the first couple of chapters from its beautifully evocative & poetic narrative.
Erica and Charis circle back around to some sensitive topics that flared up recently in the podcast—race and gender, inclusivity and equality—and Erica apologizes for any misconstrued intentions that her talk from ep. 628 might have caused, while she and Charis relish the opportunity to help heal this topic by talking about it, directly and honestly but with love and understanding.
Alexa brings on April and Melissa for a "double whammy" follow-up to their on-air readings with Colby Rebel in 2017. Their stories of loss and healing are touching and beautiful, and their appreciation for the podcast and the community around it is palpable in their interviews.
Erica and Nixie talk relationships, contrasting their own experiences with what they see in the field and hear from listeners of the show, concerning common pitfalls in both our relationship to any partners we may have, as well as the primary relationship we all know, that which we have with ourselves.
Author and Law of Emergence expert Derek Rydall appears for the second time on the show to share his amazing insights, clever wordplay and practical solutions for realizing our fullest potential in the first of two new interviews. This time he talks Abundance, the theme of his new book and a natural extension of his life's work.
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.