Brandon shares a clip shared on social media about an individual's insights into the nature of money while on a psychedelic journey, and these insights encompass many of the more liberating and empowering perspectives that Brandon has shared before on the show about this realm of human experience that affects the lives of so many.
Brandon talks about how we can improve our practice of Law of Attraction in our lives by not getting ahead of ourselves, which we commonly do by introducing worry or regret that delays or prevents manifestation, and he shares an Abraham-Hicks clip that exhorts us to keep the good-feeling quality of our desire ever present.
Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya is one of the world’s foremost scholars on Hinduism and the president of the International Sanatana Dharma Society. In this episode Acharya explains the Vedic path or Sanatana Dharma, which is the foundation of the world’s oldest religion now commonly known as Hinduism. He covers the history and principles, how both yoga and meditation are two essential elements of practicing dharma or truth, as well as the more esoteric side of this timeless wisdom by delving into topics such as Vimanas (UFO’s).
Brandon finishes this daily mini-series with him reading the last few chapters of "The Prophet" by Kahlil Gibran, along with music by Jónsi & Alex. This episode encompasses "Religion" through the end of the book.
In the fourth part of this mini-series that started with ep. #476 and includes the last two consecutive daily episodes, Brandon reads from the classic "The Prophet" by Kahlil Gibran and comments throughout, offering his insights into the timeless wisdom contained in the story while accompanied by music from "Riceboy Sleeps" by Jónsi & Alex—this episode begins with "Teaching" and ends with "Beauty".
Brandon continues on the third episode of this series, reading from "The Prophet" by Kahlil Gibran with a music background by Jónsi & Alex, picking up from the last daily episode's chapter "Clothes" through the chapter "Self-knowledge".
Brandon continues to read from the modern classic "The Prophet" by Khalil Gibran, a book of profound and lyrical prose, and he picks up from where he left off on the first episode (#476) of this series, reading from chapters "Eating & Drinking" through "Clothes" and accompanied once more by music from duo Jónsi and Alex, from their collaboration "Riceboy Sleeps".
Michael Losier is a teacher and bestselling author that is most widely known for his book Law of Attraction which has sold over two million copies worldwide. In this episode, Michael recounts the fascinating story how he used Law of Attraction to manifest being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on multiple occasions, shares the problem with using affirmations and how to fix it, as well as the three words a person should avoid using in their daily life.
Brandon talks about the "energetic escrow account" that is often referenced in Abraham-Hicks material, and he shares a clip from Esther Hicks related to this topic. He also explores in more depth this idea which essentially says everything we have ever desired has already been given to us on an energetic level, and a big part of our task in the creative process is understanding our function in that process.
Brandon addresses a question posed on the Facebook listeners group about telling intuitive messages apart from simple fear-based reactions conditioned by past experiences, and he plays audio excerpts by Teal Swan and Tess Whitehurst as well as sharing his own insights on these kinds of experiences.
Brandon celebrates his birthday on this date, and is inspired by the occasion to muse on aging and getting older, discussing all manner of related concepts like why spiritual teachings advise us to become more childlike, and what the latest scientific and genetic advances represent related to aging in the scope of human evolution.
Brandon reads and answers listeners' questions that touch upon subjects ranging from out-of-body and psychic experiences to everyday aggravations at the workplace, to figuring out which esoteric or metaphysical information to consume. He also reminds listeners that there are playlists on Soundcloud and Spotify that compile the music played on the show.
Michael Phillip is the host of the mind-melding podcast Third Eye Drops, which is also a part of the MindPod Network. In this episode, Michael and Brandon venture down a plethora of reality tunnels discussing such topics as quantum teleportation, psychedelics, near-death experiences, and some of Michaels favorite past guests on Third Eye Drops.
Brandon references a couple of instances of his mispronouncing a recent podcast guest's name and reads a comment from a listener on this, hoping to clear up some confusion as to why he made light of his mistake in case his lighthearted comment on another episode referencing his error was misunderstood.
Brandon is inspired to talk about authenticity in our communications with other people, praising the value of vulnerability and honesty as a way to disarm others and relate to them more deeply, as well as calling attention to the fact that we "project" onto others our own prejudices and conditioned views on a habitual basis.
Brandon decides to read from the poetic and inspiring book "The Prophet" by Khalil Gibran, and he reads the first couple of chapters accompanied by wonderfully evocative music from artists Jónsi & Alex.
Brandon hosts Colby Psychic Rebel back on the show (she was originally interviewed on episode #281) and Colby gives psychic readings to three listeners of the podcast who were selected from the Facebook private group.
Roxanne Meadows spent an incredible four decades working alongside her partner and renowned futurist Jacque Fresco, who is widely known as the founder of the Venus Project. In her first interview since Jacques recently passed at 101 years old, Roxanne shares her personal insight into their inspiring life work, discusses the importance of transitioning from a monetary-based economy to a resource-based economy, as well as the profound worldwide benefits that could be realized from doing so.
Brandon and Erica Middlemiss continue their ongoing conversation on holistic health, answering some follow-up questions that were posed from the last episode's discussion and talking about new aspects of the relationship between the physical body and the infinite power of the human soul.
Brandon reads from chapter eighteen of the book Oneness by Rasha, one of his favorites that he has read from on the show before, and one that he likes to play with drawing material from seemingly at random, which always proves appropriate. This chapter deals with relationships and how to let go with loving detachment.
Brandon reads a couple of listener questions and addresses the subject of relationships, in particular romantic relationships and the pain that can ensue from them or the lack thereof, and he also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip that puts forth some ideas that we need to consider, like the thought that people leaving us are giving us exactly what we need and want.
Brandon talks about some recent listener reviews and comments and weaves them into a theme of interpersonal relationships, expectations and boundaries, with the latter two being very common pitfalls that can make life with our fellow men and women more difficult than it could be. He also touches on how to reprogram ourselves to think differently and effect change in our daily lives.
Kevin Kelly has been standing on the precipice of technology and decoding its consequences to the layman for many decades now. In this episode Kevin discusses virtual reality, the holographic reality theory, artificial intelligence, cryptocurrencies and why he believes the internet is still "at the beginning of its beginning."
Brandon reads a podcast review and an excellent listener comment/question that both tie into a larger theme of skepticism and struggling with "hidden knowledge", uncovering or revealing fundamental truths of existence and whether it is possible for human beings to objectively know anything at all.
Brandon and Erica have a conversation on the important topic of physical health, attempting to separate fact from fiction in the sea of contradictory information out there and touching on obvious topics such as natural diets and exercise, as well as less apparent factors that influence our well-being like meditation and our consumption of media.