Brandon continues his weekly reading from and commenting on the book "Oneness" by Rasha, a longtime favorite of his and a channelled book of spiritual knowledge that serves as a kind of "handbook for ascension". This week he reads Chapter 39 which talks about finding God.
Brandon answers a question from a listener concerning mediumship, reincarnation and communication with deceased loved ones, and he takes a peek "behind the veil" making reference to his own thoughts on the matter, as well as sharing the teachings of others like Neale Donald Walsch and Abraham-Hicks.
Connor Evans is an eco-activist who runs EcoActive.com and is also a meta journalist at ourglassearth.com. In this episode, hear about Connor's adventure at Standing Rock in 2016, a detailed breakdown of the role the transnational corporate empire has played on our planet up to this point, and why he is optimistic about us breaking free from the grasp of "the powers that were" and how they ultimately are contributing to our species' collective evolution.
Brandon speaks about living in the present, an often-heard admonition that is nonetheless "timeless" wisdom, as an answer to a question sent in by an anonymous listener. He shares his own perspective which includes his insightful saying that "life plays out at the crossroads of free will and destiny", as well as wisdom on the power of the present moment by teachers like Eckhart Tolle, an acknowledged master on this subject.
Brandon continues to read from the book "Oneness" by Rasha, his "handbook for ascension", and this week he shares Chapter 29 which has as its topics transcendence over spiritual dogmas and the uniqueness of each person's spiritual path.
Brandon talks about the challenges we commonly find to accept ourselves or others, whether we know this or not, and how the spiritual path must include some form of self-love that helps us transcend the lack of acceptance that is so common now, and the greater understanding which often follows it. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks related to family interactions during the holidays which play into this theme of acceptance.
Andrei Knight is a social alchemist and metaphysical maverick who combines meditation, energy work, tantra, and life coaching to help people consciously awaken to their fullest potential. In this episode where Dr. Erica Middlemiss joins Brandon to co-host, in addition to discussing how Tantra can be utilized to take the sexual experience to the next level, Andrei explains how the ancient practice of Tantra is actually the science of self-realization and how it can even be practiced alone. He also discusses the roots of Tantra tracing back to ancient Egypt, Mary Magdalene, and the real-life historical Djedi.
Brandon welcomes his friend Connor onto the show and they talk about a bit of news that has received some attention lately, regarding the pernicious effects of social media and how it has helped erode civil discourse in our culture, and they offer other related takes on how these apparent problems can also give birth to renewed practices like mindfulness and heart-centered communication.
Brandon welcomes Sonya Sofia from World Tapping Circle back on the show and she shares a sneak peek into an upcoming project she is part of. She also conducts a "tapping" session and talks with Brandon about the archetype of a benevolent "Father Winter" as well as the shamanic rituals and traditions related to these holidays.
Brandon reads from the book "Oneness" as he has done on Fridays for a few months, this time picking Chapter 19 which explores the experience of interdimensional ascension, bouncing between realities, shifting the focus of one's awareness among simultaneous levels of reality, and the extinction and emergence of new biological lifeforms on our planet.
Brandon answers questions from listeners and talks about learning not to mind negativity, and through awareness gradually defusing negative patterns that have become established over time. He also shares a clip from Eckhart Tolle on dealing with anger whenever it arises.
Connie Kaplan is the author of the book The Invisible Garment, which outlines and explains the 30 spiritual principles that make up the very fabric of human life. In this episode, Connie shares the incredible story of how angelic entities appeared to her when she was sitting by her father's deathbed and how they made a special agreement to convince her to put out the information that they shared with her in that moment to the rest of the world. Connie also shares some insight into several of these principles and even gives Brandon an Invisible Garment mini-reading based on his astrological chart that provides him with validation of his own life path.
Brandon has a more freewheeling episode today, loosely inspired by listener reviews and posts on the podcast Facebook group, but an episode that still circles around to the usual Positive Head themes of self-empowerment and excitement in conscious creative decision-making. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip with a useful technique to aid in our daily routines.
Brandon welcomes Colby Rebel back on the show and she gives intuitive readings to select listeners as well as talk with Brandon about loneliness and self-love, something prevalent and relevant especially during the holidays.
Brandon references some interesting occurrences of dreams concerning one he recently had, an upcoming guest of the podcast who is a dream expert, and a post from a listener on the Facebook group. He also reads chapter 12 of "Oneness", one of Brandon's favorite books and his "handbook for ascension" that has been read on Fridays for the past few weeks on the show; this chapter chosen seemingly at random synchronistically talks about dreams.
Brandon answers more questions from listeners on matters of heartbreak, dealing with unconscious people and if a one-night stand can be an elevated loving thing. He offers his typical positive perspective and advances that it all comes down to self-love, since we are all ultimately one at the highest metaphysical levels.
Sahara Rose is the best-selling author of "The Idiot's Guide to Ayurveda" and host of the the stellar Highest Self Podcast. In this episode, hear Sahara’s story of how she went from being unhealthy to having the number one best-selling Ayurvedic book in the world. Sahara shares enlightening explanations of Ayurveda including the different doshas (mind-Body types) and how they are connected to one's dharma (life purpose), as well as an inspiring story of how she manifested working with Deepak Chopra.
Brandon addresses questions from listeners about difficult passings and traumatic experiences, from terminally ill children to murdered adults, and hopes to offer larger perspectives woven into a larger tapestry of complex interactions and soul contracts playing out across many human lifetimes.
Brandon addresses a couple of questions, one from a listener who experienced a dream vivid with subconscious symbolism, and in answering it he once again touches upon the concepts of distinguishing between true intuition and fearful projections, and another question concerning prophecies for the "end times" and the return of Christ Consciousness.
Continuing this recent ongoing custom of reading chapters from the book Oneness, which Brandon refers to as a "guidebook for ascension", this time he reads Chapter 27 which expands upon the nature of the journey home, deciphering the imagery that surrounds us, the power of choice with focused intent, and awakening to be here now.
Brandon is prompted by a listener to talk about manifestation and share a great Abraham-Hicks clip on the subject, touching upon key aspects of this creative process such as letting go of our intentions once they are formulated, and always focusing on the end result of what is sought through deliberate cultivation of the joyful emotion we feel once the experience takes place.