Erica takes the mic and takes the opportunity to read from the book Miracles by Stewart Wilde, which obviously talks about miracles but from a 21st-century perspective, detaching the word from outdated religious connotations and connecting it to a new intuitive, empowered, boundless way of thinking.
Intuitive healer and reader Phil Good has a gift for translating subtle energies and engrossing concepts about parallel realities, the dream state and imagination, time travel, twin flames and other esoteric subjects, into practical and simple ways to live a happier life here and now.
Brandon reads #22, the middle chapter of the book Oneness by Rasha and the last remaining chapter from his narration of this book. Prior to this he answers a listener question about "holding" and "taking up" space, and the chapter also contains wonderful themes of karmic relationships and contrast, evolution and the experience of Divinity that close this Positive Head mini-series.
Brandon shares some comments and views shared by fellow (P)Heads in the hopes that others can relate and benefit from these, and they have a loose theme of self-acceptance especially in the face of frustration, confusion, impatience and stagnation, which is precisely when we most need to be gentle and forgiving with ourselves.
Melanie Larson is a fellow listener who is a grandmother but is still quite young at heart, and has also trasmuted part of her painful experiences in her past into material for her spiritual enlightenment in the present, which she strives to share with everyone around her.
Brandon hosts friend Josiah, brother of early podcast guest Jordan Lejuwaan and a wonderful musician, awakened individual and partner in some of Brandon's adventures like Superhero Academy, as related in ep. #633. They also discuss other exciting creative ventures and views inspired by an artist's prism.
Arjuna Adargh is a successful "coach of coaches" who has trained thousands, and in this episode he conveys some of the perspectives that shape him, like a car accident that helped him find greater meaning in life, and as he explains through his "brilliance cycle" and in his latest book Radical Brilliance, our meaning and self-worth are most often found being of service and value to others.
Brandon approaches the end of his narration of Oneness by Rasha, reading one of two remaining chapters of the book, which serve as an effective corollary to this mini-series by circling around and drilling deeper into concepts found elsewhere in the book: how everything is a reflection of Oneness, how we came here to pay off and work out some karmic debts and dynamics, and how we can make this process more painless and joyful.
Brandon discusses self-sabotage in this episode, which he equates to related attitudes like not committing or going "all in" in life, harboring indecisiveness and other forms of self-doubt. He also offers direct personal examples and tools to help shine the light of self-awareness on these subjective fears.
Angelique Liston is a fellow listener and self-described "generational pattern breaker" who walked away from a lucrative sales job to become a healer, specifically in the EFT or "tapping" modality that ought to be familiar to (P)Heads thanks to regular contributors Sonya Sophia and Alexa herself.
Brandon reads from and comments on the last chapter of Oneness, now having finally gotten a chance to interview Rasha herself directly, and thus approaching the end of this particular (P)Head mini-series. This chapter also weaves and ties together the running themes from the book into a fitting expansive, holistic conclusion.
Rasha is the author of the book Oneness that many (P)Heads probably know by now as the "handbook for ascension", and in this episode Rasha herself gives Brandon many fascinating glimpses into her life serving as a conduit for this universal intelligence, referencing some surprising facts like the relative lack of outside influences in her work, and the fact that there is more Oneness wisdom to be delivered to the world.
Brandon references Ima's previous episode appearance where she explains "imaginal cells" and they compare these transformative cells to the souls that attended a conference with them the previous weekend that focused on healing the planet with superfoods.
Brandon tackles a very specific thing, the anxiety that many people feel these days, and how those on the spiritual path may unwittingly energize these dysfunctional patterns by the attention given to them. He also offers solutions and perspectives that naturally balance out and dispel anxiety by calling forth essential aspects of our expanded nature as human beings.
Lyndsey Gootee is a writer, yogi, student of life and women's transformation coach, a sort of "trainer of leaders" in San Francisco. In this episode she talks about her work, recent breakthroughs she's experienced and other (P)Head related topics.
Brandon answers a common question that was asked almost two years ago to the date (#230), how to reconcile worldly careers and work circumstances that we've often found we have outgrown, but in this instance the listener finds themselves very challenged and resistant to their siuation. In answering this Brandon also shares an Abraham-Hicks clips and recalls stories told by Peter Sage and Derek Rydall.
Peter Sage has shared the stage with businessmen like Richard Branson, for good reasons—he is a successful author, entrepreneur and philosopher who undoubtedly represents the global shift towards a higher consciousness by embodying these principles in the business world. Hear him talk about all this and his latest book just published a week ago, The Inside Track, which he wrote while incarcerated at one of Europe's toughest prisons.
Mackenzie Jenson is a listener who was brave enough to post about her insecurity online and ended up connecting with Chris Jackson for a coaching session. The result is just another classic (P)Head episode where Chris drosp lots of his typical "truth bombs" such as the fact that we all perceive each other's subtle energies and the ways we also subtly use language to tell ourselves stories that may not always be empowering.
The chosen topic for this episode is annoyance and irritation, and how it only really brings out what was there inside of us to begin with, every time we fret against unpleasant events and people—because everything is a reflection of our own inner state. Brandon also shares and comments on an Abraham-Hicks clip that speaks very clearly to this whole idea.
Christianne is focused on helping heal the world "from the inside out" primarily by raising her daughter as lovingly as she possibly can, and she also has delved into Reiki studies, currently at Level 2, and is a "newbie spiritual blogger" exploring her own newfound gifts as an empath and clairsentient.
Brandon's chosen theme for this episode is there not being a master plan for our lives, inspired in part by a clip from author Neale Donald Walsch that speaks about this, and he comments on the implications of this idea which he hopes will prove liberating and empowering for listeners to consider.
David is the brother of recurring podcast guest and Brandon's friend Michael Hrostoski, and he is a highly sensitive and gifted channel which he gets to demonstrate live on this episode. He also talks about his perspectives on the ascension process, which he discusses in his own podcast and elsewhere in his work, like channeling itself being an aspect of a fuller form of physical incarnation that humanity is undertaking now.
Brandon touches upon a delicate subject, that of death by suicide as well as the acute grief and guilt that the living often experience in its wake. The ultimate take however is that there is no sense in focusing upon the loss because the true nature of reality is that death is only a transition and even new memories are possible with loved ones who have departed.