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.
Brandon welcomes Sonya back on the show, she conducts a tap on-air to help listeners link up with their "high-vibe tribe", and they discuss a few other things including the "biology of belief", Burning Man 2018 and Sonya's World Tapping Circle.
Tori Carlson works with discarded and scrap material which she lovingly infuses with new life in her artistic creations, and this episode she shares with the audience details of her own lifelong spiritual journey, including the role the podcast and its community of like-minded listeners fulfills in her experience.
Chapter 17 of Oneness is all about the "diet for a new reality" that, as listeners of this Positive Head mini-series may suspect, includes concepts such as cellular purification, accelerated energetic vibrations and the importance of energy work as ingredients to help achieve optimal health at all levels of our multidimensional being.
Gregg Braden has been a very esteemed figure at the crossroads of science and spirituality for a long time, and in this interview he references his latest book Human By Design and how humanity is an evolutionary anomaly, as well as offer supremely interesting bits of knowledge and wisdom pertaining to cultural stories, evolving scientific paradigms and the ultimate nature of reality.
Brandon talks about his birthday this week and some interesting synchronicities surrounding it, lunar eclipses taking place around this date and Sandra Walter's reading of these celestial milestones, shares Astarius' rousing "Spirit Rap" and talks about the related ideas of rewriting our personal stories and utilizing subjective "permission slips".
Alexa and Ambrosia "Amby" Matthews talk about their new Innerbloom podcast that aims to feature Amby's psychic and channeling gifts together with Alexa's passion for all things spiritual and metaphysical as well as other shared interests common to P-Heads. Amby also brings through an Arcturian being that she communicates with and offers confirmation of Brandon's own Arcturian heritage.
Brandon continues the telling of his "Arcturian" story which alludes to an extraterrestrial civilization and his own potential connections to it. He also talks about anger and how to try to learn from it and safely defuse it.
Artist, writer, intuitive and healer Steph Valerie attracted Brandon's attention with her Instagram content, specifically a bit about "conscious uncoupling". In this episode he picks her brains about this and all manner of other fascinating subjects like the personal ordeal that served as her initiation, her merkaba and astral-projection experiences and her own tips for honing psychic and visionary abilities.
Brandon reads Chapter 25 of Oneness which is all about the newer generations incarnating and maturing on our planet now, helping to usher in a new way of life while also being challenged and challenging the adults around them due to the nature of this global shift.
Sometimes we just need simple yet effective reminders of what we already know, and in this episode Brandon answers listener questions on open relationships, self-esteem and financial abundance, and he unsurprisingly seeks to align in his answers with the spirit of wealth on all levels, due to his understanding of the ultimate nature of reality.
Shae Leighland-Pence is a writer, artist and explorer of life who is also an active member of the Facebook group. In this episode they talk about how Shae offered her insights to Alexa in the first place, Shae's concept of what she calls "parallel processing", and her takes on oft-discussed popular topics like money.
Brandon gives Christopher Jackson the chance to take the reins and he drives the discussion towards a very interesting contrast of our ego-selves and the open, larger, heart-centered part of ourselves that is the source of so much goodness and abundance in life.
Tiffany Josephs is a passionate podcaster and mentor who helps people to bring more joy and wonder into peoples lives. In this episode, Tiffany shares details about her unique and multi-faceted journey which included working in the ministry, as well as a stint in the corporate world, and how she ultimately learned how to prioritize magic and fun to transform her own life and to help those around her do the same.
Brandon relates another chapter in his "demiurge" story that he has told as it unfolds over a few daily episodes, and he also talks about the classic philosophical allegory and thought experiment referenced in the title, a parable about knowledge and ignorance, conditioning and enlightenment.
Brandon narrates Chapter 5 of "Oneness" by Rasha, a powerful read of our collective human experience in these times which accounts for many aspects, from the dynamics of daily interpersonal interactions to the release of energetic patterns at varied levels of reality.
Jonathan Osorio is a music producer and DJ seeking to spread love and positivity in his life. In this episode he tells Alexa how he learned what role diet played in his own path towards greater health, his take on recent hot topics discussed on the show like money and spirituality, and how he found his way to the podcast.
Erica takes the mic to talk about raising our vibrations to resonate with our higher selves & the synchronicities that naturally come along with this process. She also touches on other aspects like dealing with the inner darkness during our ascent to the light, and how it is all a continuum where every part is integrated into a larger whole.