Dr. Boulter is a renowned ancient Egypt researcher who inspired the five-part documentary series “The Pyramid Code” that can currently be found on Netflix. In this episode, Dr. Boulter discusses how she has taken over 30 trips to Egypt and how her research there has led her to the conclusion that the ancient Egyptians were actually an advanced civilization.
Alexa is the curator of social media for Positive Head and she was invited by Erica to talk about this topic, where Alexa has drawn several connections from her own life experience that link sex and self-expression, discussing some of these links like shame and repression around sex as well as sharing an Abraham-Hicks clip on the matter.
Erica Middlemiss hosts today's episode in Brandon's absence, and she includes her partner Bryan in a discussion about artistic self-expression, specifically music, and the related concepts of healing through sound, as well as health and wholeness in general.
Continuing a series of daily episodes consisting of chapters from the book "Oneness" by Rasha, this time Brandon reads ch. 16 which includes among its topics the "sacred science" of manifestation, or transformation of probabilities into reality, and overcoming karmic conditioning.
Brandon welcomes Charis back and she answers some questions sent by listeners, offering simple and sound advice about supporting others who are suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts, like establishing healthy boundaries and being aware of the larger paradigm shift.
Daniel Raphael was first interviewed in episode #306—his personal journey has taken him from suffering depression and anxiety in his early life to uncovering amazing intuitive and healing gifts that he now shares with the world. In this episode he talks about some of his current work with private companies and upcoming projects, as well as offer his take on empathic perception and dealing with the accelerating changes in human consciousness.
Brandon welcomes Charis Brown to the show; she is a life coach and author who touches upon Shamanism and intuitive perception among other esoteric and empowering subjects. In this first conversation with Brandon she talks about her background growing up in a fundamentalist household in Virginia, as well as her takes on topics like "spiritual bypassing".
Brandon references iTunes reviews outside of the US, which are not visible to those inside the country, and he also answers a question from a listener by referencing the story of the monk Hakuin, one that he has mentioned before but nonetheless a beautiful fable that in succinct fashion explains the concept of loving detachment.
This episode consists of an edit of Brandon's appearance on the show "Live with Colby Rebel" on Oct. 12, 2017. Colby is a very talented psychic medium who is a regular co-host on The Positive Head Podcast. During this live broadcast, Colby asks Brandon how he got his start doing the Positive Head Podcast and they also take live call ins on the air from several listeners.
Brandon addresses a question from a listener concerning their panic attacks, something that many people experience in our modern world. He also shares a clip by Mooji that speaks directly to this experience and how to deal with the urgent messages from spirit and from our bodies that sometimes we are forced to listen to in unpleasant ways.
In this episode, Kasey Wallis channels the nonphysical entity “Julius”, and together with her partner Brad, they tell the story of Brad's near-death experience and how it brought them together in an unexpected way which ultimately helped pave the way for the spiritual lessons that Julius now has to share with the world.
Tas is a Positive Head listener from Las Vegas who found herself in the midst of the tragic shootings that recently took place there, and she reached out to Brandon to share how her spiritual practices have helped her to cope with the experience.
Brandon answers a listener's question and talks about the challenges of dealing with unconscious people, and how this is such a widely experienced reality by design, because we all mirror parts of each other that we wish to express or heal. He also shares an Eckhart Tolle clip that touches upon this.
Brandon continues to draw from the channeled wisdom of the book Oneness by Rasha, a favorite of his, this time reading from chapter four, which deals with bringing the "recurring dream" of this lifetime into completion, declining invitations to conflict presented to us, and how collective consciousness has helped transcend the prophecies for these times.
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.