Brandon reads chapter 41 of the "Oneness" book by Rasha, one of his favorites that he has read a few select chapters from on past episodes. The randomly chosen content talks about achieving liberation from our need for validation from other people and attaining a state of "sublime detachment" from the mundane world.
Dane Tomas is a writer, performer, and innovator inspired by topics such as consciousness, sexuality, entrepreneurship and personal evolution. In this episode, hear a first-hand account of Dane’s riveting DMT experience that ultimately led to profound insights that helped him create financial abundance in his own life, as well as details from his fascinating experiment embodying the archetypical energies of the Beast, Warrior, Lover, and King which he also covers in depth in his most recent book.
Colby stops by to talk with Brandon again and they discuss the apathy, disconnection and sense of isolation that many people feel these days, and how that can relate to a larger context of personal and collective evolution. Colby also talks about how psychic gifts and experiences can also both serve to make some feel alienate from their fellow men and women, as well as bring them together. She also conducts readings live on the air for listeners of the show.
Brandon mentions a very recent horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas and uses this opportunity to talk about something that he deems very important, to try and maintain an elevated perspective and bring a greater understanding to bear on circumstances that easily induce fear and extreme judgment.
Brandon shares another powerful blog by Elephant Journal on loving detachment and sending "metta", or loving kindness in Buddhism, especially to those who hurt or disappoint us. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip and comments on some of the most challenging aspects of this philosophy, like the liberation from suffering that we achieve by choosing to release judgment.
Brandon reads a listener review that synchronistically ties with his chosen theme for the podcast, to share a TED talk by former guest and fellow podcaster Mark Shapiro. The theme is interpersonal relationships and social media, and how to be more vulnerable and real online and thus build more satisfying connections.
Christian is a successful entrepreneur, coach, healer and author of the newly released book Abundance Unleashed. In this episode, Christian shares details of his personal journey, how he has created abundance in his own life, and the steps and perspectives people can adopt to do the same in their own lives.
Brandon reads a touching, eloquent review and answers a delicate personal question posed by a listener regarding their partnership, and follows up on the thread of all relationships being some sort of reflection of an aspect of ourselves that we wish to explore through that relationship. He also shares a clip from Mooji that pertains to the question.
Brandon reads a piece from Elephant Journal that inspired him to talk about the very prevalent idea of an "interventionist", paternalistic deity that says yes or no to our requests. He also shares a Tony Robbins clip that aligns more with his own perspective that we are all co-creators and partake of the Divine trait of intentional creativity.
The theme of today's podcast is Chapter 14 of "Oneness" by Rasha.
Brandon answers a question about a listener's struggles with maintaining positive thinking and shares wisdom by Eckhart Tolle and Abraham-Hicks that offer helpful advice on changing ourselves and thus observing a change in the way we deal with anything unpleasant that comes out way.
Dennis McKenna is a renowned researcher, lecturer, and author who has focused on the study of psychedelics and plant medicines for almost fifty years. In this episode, hear Dennis' first-hand account of his fascinating adventures with his brother Terence McKenna, who is a highly-revered, legendary figure in the psychedelic community. Dennis also shares insight into some of the exciting developments that are currently unfolding in the psychedelic field.
Brandon answers a question from the Facebook group and discusses dealing with others who are not on our same wavelength, advising to delve beneath the appearances of situations to find deeper truths. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip that explores other challenging aspects of this particular insight and encourages us to be very selective about what we choose in our lives.
Brandon welcomes Sonya Sophia back on the show and together they answer a question from a listener who has experienced a significant shift while listening to the show, and she also conducts an EFT tap to help the audience deal with and move through changes with greater ease.
Brandon reads a poem that touched and inspired him and comments on some of its perspectives, like possessing an unconditionally loving and trusting attitude towards life. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip that falls in line with this general theme, emphasizing the aspect of not doubting oneself like so many of us often do.
Brandon talks about concepts related to one of the larger podcast themes, that of consciously co-creating our reality according to our highest current ideas about it. He shares a Tony Robbins clip connected to this theme and talks about other related topics like avoiding gossip and learning to live in a highly appreciative state.
Mary Shores is an entrepreneur, thought-leader, communication specialist and recently published Hay House author of the new book Conscious Communications. In this episode Mary shares insight into how she has become a master manifestor, what it was like to be in the hot seat with Esther Hicks (Abraham) and how we can learn to harness the power of our words to change our life.
Brandon reads a recent review from a listener that provides him with some context to talk about optimism, "changing our state" and taking responsibility for our emotions at any given time. He shares a Tony Robbins audio clip and comments on the examples given; this clip contains mild adult language and subject matter.
Brandon welcomes Christopher David Jackson back on the show (previously featured on #444 and 508) and they talk about genius, creativity and attendant subjects, including their more esoteric aspects that Chris refers to as the "secret decoder ring" like intersections such as the Vesica piscis symbol and the relation between past, present and future.
Brandon answers questions that serve as follow-ups on recent podcasts like the episode about procrastination and follows on related lines of thought like the extent to which our beliefs create our reality. He also offers advice on a listener who has changed their outlook thanks in part to the podcast and is now ready to move on from a committed relationship.
Brandon decides to talk about manifestation and creativity, hallmarks of the human experience, and their opposite counterpart in cynicism. He shares his thoughts on how all these relate to each other and also plays an Abraham-Hicks audio clip that discusses very similar perspectives.
David Sanipass is a master storyteller and elder of the mi'kmaq native community. In this episode, hear David discuss the Star Teachings that have been handed down through his lineage via the copper scrolls for countless generations, as well as his fascinating account of dying for 72 seconds and crossing over to the other-side for what equated to three years time from his perspective.
Brandon welcomes Chris Jackson back on the show; he was originally featured on a live video chat released in ep. #444. Chris founded Grateful Generation and is highly involved in the transformational festival scene; in this episode he talks with Brandon about experiencing deeper connection and how to relate to others on more meaningful levels.
Brandon is prompted by a recent event that came to his awareness to talk about the importance of light and compassion in our lives, considering how limited our time is on this earth. He also shares a Wayne Dyer clip and comments on its point that compassion is key to transforming our civilization.
Brandon continues a discussion started on Monday's episode (#502) about procrastination and comments on related aspects like self-worth that tie into this theme, as well as sharing another Abraham-Hicks clip that offers a creative technique for dealing with this called the "Swiss cheese process".