Deb Bowen is a spiritual teacher and psychic who co-hosts the popular podcast, Psychic Teachers. In this episode, Deb shares insight into her personal story, discusses what it means to be Pagan, crystal communication, past lives, and many other fascinating topics.
Brandon answers a listener's question about following the spiritual path and being fascinated by metaphysics yet not experiencing any psychic or paranormal phenomena, which can lead one to feel insecure or not validated. He also shares some fascinating stories that illustrate his own point of view.
Brandon answers an anonymous question sent in by a listener and takes advantage of the synchronistical nature of the message to discuss the energetic quality of the experiences we magnetize to us, and how ultimately we carry our own personal heaven or hell everywhere we go.
Brandon answers an anonymous question from a listener experiencing self-doubt in a recurring, seemingly random encounter, and he plays an Abraham-Hicks clip that speaks on the pertinent topics of confidence, awareness and our human powers of creation.
Brandon addresses a question from a listener who watched conspiracy-theory documentaries and wants to reconcile a higher perspective with the very fear-based views of conspiracy peddlers. He also responds to a question regarding legalized marijuana and the conflict this presents with outdated perspectives that demonized it.
Matt is a “zen athlete” coach and host of the Matt Belair Podcast. In this episode, hear Matt’s insight regarding how to get into the zone to manifest what you wish to create in your life, his extraordinary story training with Shaolin monks and the fascinating UFO experience he had alone in the woods.
Brandon continues answering questions from listeners, and in this episode he comments on the topic of money and economic systems, and how our experience of abundance or lack of money, as well as our ideas about it, are ultimately energetic in nature and they are both fraught with problems but also "perfectly imperfect" for this stage in our collective evolution.
Brandon answers questions from the Facebook group and relates an anecdote originally told by Wayne Dyer about starting anew in a different city. He also talks about reconciling our nascent spiritual beliefs with the religious indoctrination that many of us grow up with, which is often contradicted by our new understandings, and how bridging that gap may put us at odds with friends and family.
Brandon answers a question from the Facebook group about astrology and if there's any validity to it, or if it's just another external belief system to which we surrender our power. He plays an Abraham-Hicks clip on the subject and offers his own comments that mirror the empowered point of view and reconcile the apparent paradox of free will and destiny coexisting.
Brandon continues with the theme of healthy detachment, surrender and realization of the fact that we are all already complete and perfect, even though we simultaneously have infinite opportunities to "perfect our perfection" and expand to ever-greater heights.
Derek Rydall is the author of the best selling book Emergence and host of the podcast with the same name. In this episode, Derek share his inspiring personal story, how our problems are actually our answered prayers, and discusses the difference between the Law of Emergence and The Law of Attraction.
Brandon delves into the topic of romantic relationships from the perspective of someone who greatly desires to meet their ideal partner, as told in an Abraham-Hicks audio clip, and comments on related concepts such as not trying too hard to attain what is sought, learning to relax, chill out and resonate with the presence of what we want instead of its absence.
Brandon reads a listener's powerful and moving review and is inspired to talk about embracing uncertainty, realizing that nothing matters (in the best way), that the future is likewise unreal and nothing to be worried about, and he helps put things into perspectives that often elude us when we are fixated on our trivial pursuits. He also shares an Osho clip that plays directly into these ideas.
Brandon cites recent research that uncovered some startling effects produced by emotional energy in the physical world, and ties this subject to the theme of affecting other people and seeking to elevate their consciousness from our own perspective, playing a Bashar clip that delves into the physics of this process.
Brandon is inspired to talk about life's dreamlike aspects, since the dream realm is one where we can play and have virtually any experience without being censored and discouraged by our limited conscious minds, and he encourages us to bring these aspects into our waking lives.
Garnet Schulhauser is an author who has written several books about his ongoing encounters with his spirit guide. In this episode, hear Garnet’s fascinating story of how one day his "normal life" was turned upside down when he had an unexpected encounter with his spirit guide. He goes on to share many of the astral adventures that ensued, which ultimately led to Garnet receiving great insight and wisdom from beings he met on the astral plane.
Brandon responds to a listener's question regarding cults and relates this topic to its parent subject of belief systems and structures, including religions and cultures, and advises to always search within ourselves to see if an external belief rings true to us.
Brandon uses a George Foreman quote, and his reconnecting and spending some time with an old friend, to talk about how we can turn negative experiences into positive ones simply by deciding to look for their upside, something that we can all practice consciously to achieve amazing transformation in our lives.
Brandon responds to a member of the Facebook group commenting on the topic of dreams, aspirations and playful creative visions that many of us hold for our lives, and speaks on how life wants to encourage rather than discourage this lighthearted use of our imagination and our power.
Brandon continues on a general theme started on a previous daily episode, speaking about death from a larger perspective and playing an Abraham-Hicks clip where they talk about "croaking", their irreverent way of referring to death in order to help us realize that it is just another transition, not the heavy experience we make it out to be.
Grant is a well-known UFO researcher and author of the recently released book, Inspired. In this episode, Grant shares his own personal UFO encounter story which led to him becoming an avid UFO researcher, and how that journey ultimately led him to a deeper understanding of the ultimate nature of reality and consciousness. He also shares stories outlined in his recent book that demonstrates how many great works of art and notable discoveries came as downloads during dreams or during altered states of consciousness.
Brandon responds to a question posed online related to the most harrowing events in life, pertaining to suffering and death, and offers an expansive understanding that can be used to put these earthly occurrences into wider perspective. He also plays an Abraham-Hicks clip that talks about Hitler and how characters like him fit into this grander design.
Brandon references a "weird story" like those that the podcast used to feature in the earliest daily episodes, and comments on a listener's remark that a personal shift and raise in consciousness can be trying because it causes us to deviate from the social norm, with his own perspective that being called "crazy" by an insane society amounts to being labeled "sane" in a roundabout way.
Brandon reads a listener's review and comments regarding a personal transition period they experienced that was both difficult and enlightening, and he brings an array of quotes, references and a Bashar clip that helps put things in perspective concerning our fears and our desires for life.