Brandon reads another listener story of struggle with loss and resistance to move on from old relationships; he shares a Heather Waxman clip that places this experience in the context of life's grand cycles and he offers his own unique take on the word "impermanence" as it relates to this topic.
Leon Logothetis has traveled ninety countries in all continents on minimal funds and often depending on the kindness of strangers, and this is the basis for his reality series "Amazing Adventures of a Nobody" and his new show "The Kindness Diaries". In this episode he talks with Brandon about his background, his journeys and the spiritual lessons they imparted on him.
Brandon and guest Sonya Sophia talk about the recently-released Wonder Woman movie and segue into a conversation about themes of personal empowerment, discussing EFT specifically as a way to deal with various challenges in our lives.
Brandon brings up a listener's post detailing their phobias about ailments and goes to the root of the problem, their fear of loss and death. He shares an Abraham-Hicks clip, relevant quotes and his own thoughts on how we can shift our perspective to be more expansive and help us see that we are eternal beings.
In today's episode Brandon is excited to share a clip of a manifestation technique by Bentinho Massaro that entails placing what we desire for the future as part of our past. This could be considered a form of willful self-delusion that can produce powerful positive creative results.
Brandon takes a listener's comment regarding past lives and genetic memories as a basis to discuss several aspects related to reincarnation, epigenetics and the "biology of belief" as researched by Dr. Bruce Lipton; he also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip that references this material.
Belinda Womack is a scientist, author and spiritual counselor who channels archangelic wisdom to the world. In this episode, hear how Belinda’s fascinating journey began in dramatic fashion one day when she was doing stem cell research in the lab and an angelic entity appeared before her, as well as the message the angelic realm wishes to share with the world at this critical time in our evolution.
Brandon and Dr. Erica Middlemiss discuss various book recommendations for listeners, inspired by comments and requests for suggestions on reading material posted by Facebook group members. Highlights include the book "Return of the Bird Tribes" which brings about a synchronicity live during the recording of the episode.
Brandon reads a listener's review which inspires him to talk about finding the courage to face whatever is blocking our progress in life, as well as share a pertinent quote by Terence McKenna. He also continues to narrate the book Oneness, this time reading from Chapter 3.
Brandon talks about what it means to truly meditate and how we often misunderstand the term, from the perspective of spiritual teacher Osho and based on one of his quotes, and adds his own perspectives on this enriching but often challenging practice.
Brandon reads another chapter from one of his favorite books, Oneness by Rasha, which he hopes will prove the exact right message at the right time to those who may synchronistically find their way to this material. The chapter's subject is "a glimpse into the experience of ascension, integrating fragmented aspects of consciousness and attaining the perspective of one's own multi-dimensional self."
In this audio version of the live Facebook video chat from last month, Brandon has an eclectic conversation with Christopher David Jackson, founder of the event production company Grateful Generation. They discuss how our society is redefining value in an economic and spiritual sense and the various ways this new paradigm is already manifesting, such as our use of technology to support each other and reach breakthroughs in longstanding problems.
Brandon brings up listening as the topic of the day, sharing thoughts, quotes and anecdotes that revolve around this receptive and passive but engaged mode of being, sharing another clip by Michael Bernard Beckwith with important questions that we can ask to help empower us in our own lives.
Brandon addresses a listener's heartfelt story of personal growth and trials connected to the episode on inauthentic positive thinking, and he is in turn inspired to talk about the "dark night of the soul". He also shares a short audio clip from Michael Bernard Beckwith that gives a helpful tip to deal with and speed this often difficult process.
Brandon reads a review with a question about twin flames and soulmates and offers more of his own perspectives on this often confusing and paradoxical human experience. He also answers questions on dealing with personal relationships that one has outgrown, and the US government leaving the Paris climate accord.
Brandon answers a question about finding a potential romantic partner that doesn't fit the mold of an ideal partner and he is inspired to expound on the nature of these common challenges to our preconceptions. He also shares a clip by Kyle Cease on the more expansive aspects of relationships and the self.
Daniel Benor is a "wholistic" psychotherapist and author of several books, including his most recent release, Seven Minutes to Natural Pain Release. In this episode, Daniel shares his personal story, discusses Transformative Wholistic Reintegration (TWR), and what steps one can take to begin the self-healing process.
Brandon shares a story from his weekend at Lightning in a Bottle festival and talks about not re-telling the story of our wounded past over and over, but learning to harness the power of story to rewrite the next chapter of our lives.
Brandon is inspired to talk about not being overly nostalgic and constantly looking back to the past as something that defines us in the present and is perpetuated into our future, and he offers quotes, thoughts and an Abraham-Hicks clip all related to the idea that our past is only meant to be instructive, not restrictive.
Brandon is prompted by recent high-profile deaths to talk about this charged yet important topic. He shares quotes, anecdotes and a clip by Abraham-Hicks that all seek to demystify crossing over into the unknown, including related experiences like senile dementia as a "soft withdrawal".
Noah Lampert is the host of the popular Synchronicity podcast and founder of the Mindpod Network. In this episode, Noah and Brandon discuss a wide array of topics such as astrology, magick, plant medicines and of course synchronicity.
Brandon is inspired to discuss self-love according to his own highest understanding, an especially challenging thing to human beings due to our naturally limited state of consciousness about our true selves. He also shares a related clip by renowned author Louise Hay.
As an answer to a listener's question, Brandon talks about keeping our plans and ideas to ourselves instead of talking about them excessively, and he presents some evidence for this viewpoint in the form of an Abraham-Hicks clip that deals with precisely this topic.
Brandon seeks to inspire the podcast audience and shares powerful quotes by Rumi and others, as well as a Teal Swan audio clip on fulfilling our own unmet needs, all reminders that we hold the ultimate creative power and that we are all mini-universes unto ourselves.
Frank is an internationally respected Buddhist teacher and co-founder of the Zen Hospice Project, and Metta Institute. He has lectured at Harvard Medical School, the Mayo Clinic, been named as one of the 50 most innovative people by AARP, highlighted on the Oprah Winfrey show and honored by the Dalai Lama. In this episode, Frank shares the wisdom he has gleaned by sitting at the bedside of thousands of people who are dying, and which he also covers in his new book The Five Invitations, which goes into great detail regarding what death has taught him about living fully.