Brandon shares another of "Gene Keys" author Richard Rudd's "Ecstatics" or discussions of remarkable historical figures in "download" or revelatory fashion. This talk's subject is the mystic Persian poet Hafez.
Dr. Eric Pearl and Jillian Fleer talk in depth about about The Reconnection, their revolutionary and fundamentally different approach to healing and understanding of human physiology, as it empowers each human being to become focal points for the powerful healing and creative energy of the much larger Universal intelligence that we are all already a part of.
Brandon talks about stories once again, and their power in dictating our perspective on reality even though this is only a chosen, relative vantage point. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip on how "telling the story practices the vibration" and weaves in a continuation of the last episode's theme about childlike playfulness and not becoming too attached to stories.
Brandon talks about childlike attitudes that are godlike or aligned with the highest intelligence, such as playfulness, imagination and innocence, and perhaps above all light-heartedness and a willingness to not take things too seriously.
Adam Theroux is a philantropist from Rhode Island and he is also the founder and director of nonprofit organization "Good People Doing Good", which has the simple goal of helping its community with "unexpected acts of kindness" that usually entail selfless generosity, a heart-centered philosophy right in line with Positive Head values.
Brandon comments on an email by a listener named Whitney with some thought-provoking comments about acknowledging our connection to, and taking responsibility for, everything in our lives and what seems to happen "to" us, which really takes place through and for us as well.
Judy Hall has a great wealth of experience working with and intuitive knowledge about many different kinds of crystals, to the extent that she has written an authoritative "Crystal Bible" with millions of copies sold, and she is of the opinion that crystals can help mediate everything from greater health and enhanced psychic faculties to fully visionary multidimensional experiences.
Brandon talks about the contrast laid out in the title, between what could be called "inspired action" as opposed to activities many of engage in, which have a quality of reluctant obligation associated with them, and he shares an Abraham-Hicks clip about "not needing the job to get the money" with an important bit of advice: alignment is more important than action.
Sonya Sophia stops by again to share her EFT or "tapping" gifts, and this time the theme is balancing self-care and selfless care for others, with Sonya sharing some profound revelations about "giving our heart away" that she received recently during a plant-medicine healing session.
Jeffery Davis is a transformational coach helping people live their most fulfilling existence possible, and he uses his talents as an artist, public speaker and intuitive healer to help accomplish these goals and elevate consciousness in his sphere of influence.
Brandon shares another "ecstatic" tale from author Richard Rudd, whose powerful "Gene Keys" material has been featured in several episodes including Richard's interview on episode #722. This time Richard's narrative includes an account of historical figure "Mother Julian" of Norwich, who also had a series of spiritually inspired visions.
Bruce was raised in a highly artistic and eclectic family, and though he followed in those footsteps he ended up carving his own path through his spiritual explorations, prompted in part by some serious illnesses, and including a significant stint in the pioneering organization HeartMath.
Brandon talks about fear, that dastardly hurdle or challenge on the spiritual path of every human being, and offers some typically illuminating perspectives designed to help us see fear for what it truly is, ultimately an illusion and often an overblown irrational overreaction. He also shares a clip on this subject featuring Neale Donald Walsch.
Brandon talks about numerological synchronicities that got his attention concerning the number two in triplicate, or 2-2-2, and remarks upon the amazing nature of the Universal mind to play with and weave layer upon layer of meaning and significance into the fabric of our daily lives, also sharing an Abraham-Hicks clip on the alignment of numbers.
Terisa Brenna is a brand designer out of Nashville, Tennesse who founded her own brand, Star Seed, to inspire and empower individuals along their spiritual journey through unique apparel that "speaks to the soul".
Brandon invites listener and friend Ashley Soltys to join him and discuss a post she recently made on the Positive Heads Facebook group and expound further on its theme of love for this St. Valentine's holiday, which is commonly but not necessarily associated with romantic love.
Dr. Hank Wesselman is an anthropologist who found himself having paradigm- and time-shifting visionary experiences, as he tells in his classic "Spiritwalker" trilogy of spiritual memoirs, and in this episode he peels back the curtian to reveal even more fascinating aspects of his connection to this timeless source of wisdom and its ongoing unfoldment, such as an uncoming fourth book in the Spiritwalker saga.
Erica talks about aliens and UFOs, which she says are fairly common sightings in Arizona where she lives, and she shares both her own personal stories and another excerpt from Dolores Cannon with more detailed and fascinating information to consider regarding our intelligent cosmic siblings from other planets and perhaps even other times and dimensions.
Dr. Erica Middlemiss takes over while Brandon is away and uses a listener question on the nature of eternity as a springboard for a discussion on aspects of life that may escape our comprehension. She takes the opportunity to share her knowledge of the book "The Law of One", also known as the "Ra material", and the work of Dolores Cannon to broach the subject of these very esoteric metaphysical facets of existence.
Gerri Mana is a visionary seer, healer and coach who works with women to ignite their spark for life well into their fifties through intuition, visioning and alchemy. To learn more about Gerri's work, visit:
Brandon welcomes Samantha Lotus back on the show to talk about self-esteem, specifically seeking to challenge several insidious ideas about selfishness, self-martyrdom and self-sacrifice that have taken on a distorted or exaggerated meaning in our cultures and civilizations.
Steve Sims has been referred to as a real-life "Wizard of Oz" for founding his luxury concierge service Bluefish, and in this episode he shares with Brandon his no-nonsense attitude through entertaining stories, as well as how he's gotten to amass wealth and rub shoulders with the rich and famous through his focus on opportunities, bringing value and offering solutions.
Brandon welcomes listeners Amber Haley and Jess Koch onto the show to offer them his unique uplifting perspectives applied to their questions or problems and serving as a counselor or coach of sorts, in a relaxed informal fashion. The topics discussed include connecting with people when discussing deep spiritual matters, and moving on from relationships and circumstances that were once highly aligned but may no longer be so.
Brandon addresses a few of the concepts aforementioned, like soulmates and twin flames, as they are more and more popular and discussed in culture and society including like-minded listeners of the show.
Joell Ann Jacob is a conscious creator and "diversified artist" of several disciplines including narration, voice-over work and songwriting, as well as author of the book "Happy: How to Manage Depression and Anxiety without Big Pharma" that is sure to be of interest to fellow (P)Heads.