Richard Rudd is a teacher and award-winning poet principally known for The Gene Keys, a unique and profound contribution related to each human's latent genetic potential. Episode 181 featured a lecture based on this system but in this episode Richard speaks directly from his experience and the "download" he received that eventually led to the Gene Keys wisdom, its correlations to the biology of belief and he gives a glimpse into humanity's future evolution.
Brandon reads and comments on ch. 43 of Oneness by Rasha; this chapter pertains to the so-called "End Times" as prophesied by many ancient cultures, and how to view these stories from an elevated perspective, which seems especially relevant to events that are currently unfolding in our contemporary world... with a twist.
Brandon welcomes friend Manda Brown talk about their shared Ayahuasca experience, something that may be of benefit to listeners interested in these journeys. Both of their accounts contain light and darkness, love and fear, and other amazing features common to these potent plant medicines.
Niles is a truth seeker and explorer who overcame the throes of depression and anxiety through a lifestyle change that includes meditation and the Wim Hof method, and today travels the US while volunteering. In this episode, hear him tell Alexa about insights he has gained along his varied travels like humanity's connection to the natural world and the value of open-hearted states of being.
Brandon welcomes Michael back to the show (featured on #665 & 715) and they discuss the power of the mind in the context of physical healing, with Michael recounting his own rather miraculous story of recovery and tapping into amazing powers of regeneration.
Karen Kay naturally fell into the role of "Fairy Lady" and in this episode she explains her lifelong connection with these beings, their own strong link to the Earth and all things natural, and other more unexpected or lesser known implications about supposed magical entities and realms.
Brandon reads and speaks on the themes from Chapter 34 of Oneness, which are summarized at the beginning of this chapter as: sourcing inner guidance, the crossroads as a gateway to the path within, and declining the invitation of psychic dependency.
Brandon and Michael talk about Kyle Cease's Evolving Out Loud workshop which they recently attended, and they comment on themes brought up by this experience like loving whatever arises in our lives, being open and spontaneous in every present moment, and taking personal inventory of things that elevate us and that we are grateful for.
Mytrae Meliana is a sound healer, divine feminine teacher and author with a pretty amazing story of personal rebirth and healing. In this episode she talks with Alexa about key influences in her life like her background in psychotherapy and her quest to understand the essence of healing, and also the podcast's influence in her daily life.
Brandon breaks down his take on “the ultimate nature of reality” in detail and offers some very compelling perspectives, concepts and evidence that supports the idea that all of us are extensions of the one source consciousness that creates and animates all things.
Darius Oliver is a Divine Numerologist with an undeniable gift. In this interview he shares his knowledge of numerology's history and its intricacies, some fascinating facts and anecdotes about Ouija boards, and he gives Brandon a numerological reading on-air as well as extend a generous offer to P-Heads.
Brandon reads and comments on Ch. 28 of Oneness, part of a Positive Head Podcast miniseries. The themes of this chapter are the nature of our "composite reality", change, diversity and how parallel realities fit into the larger picture, and the implication seems to be that our collective reality is far more malleable than we realize.
Prompted by a post on the P-Heads Facebook group, Brandon talks about money in a candid fashion, acknowledging that it is a thorny subject for many if not most people, and lovingly refusing to subscribe to lesser ideas about "financial guilt" and our "personal vortex" of wealth and abundance, as discussed by Wayne Dyer and other teachers.
Ryan Read is founder of the Martial Cannabist, a brand centered around—as the name would suggest—integrating martial arts practice and cannabis usage. Ryan relates his personal story including a moving tale of his mother's passing, his grandfather's role in his life, his current work with his company and his take on the podcast.
Brandon is prompted by a listener question to talk about how we can discern when it's best to go with the flow versus when more forceful action is needed.
Stewart has been privy to metaphysical information his whole life, and after studying acting at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company he ended up unlocking his "personal note" and his sound-healing gift. In this episode he delves with Brandon into the mysteries of ancient Atlantis and Egypt, as they have been revealed to him and he has experienced directly, and throughout it all he keeps love as his focus.
Erica continues a theme from her previous episode with Bryan and talks about the immense power of the mind to create and effect change, drawing from her own experience as a QHHT practitioner, the work of Dolores Cannon and upcoming podcast guest Gregg Braden.
Erica and Bryan talk about a variety of topics with a focus on transformational festivals, such as one that they attended a few weeks ago in the Southwestern American desert, and the upcoming Fairy Festival in Cornwall, UK.
Lacy Christ is a lightworker, business coach to spiritual entrepreneurs, and an empathic intuitive healer. Hear her give Alexa her backstory, talk about her work and discuss how the Positive Head podcast has fit into her life.
Brandon reads Chapter 36 of "Oneness", which has as its summary the phrase given in the title... and expounds on the implications of this tantalizing proposition, in typical multi-dimensional channelling fashion.
Author, spiritual teacher and empathic healer Matt Kahn possesses powerful acumen and profound understanding into the nature of reality and how to live it more harmoniously. In this episode he shares with Brandon tidbits of his upcoming book Everything Is Here To Help You and discusses in depth some of its insights and other unique perspectives such as meta-incarnation and spiritual inferiority.
Brandon and Christopher Jackson talk about integrity, both in relationships with others as well as the primary relationship we have with ourselves, and they highlight how honesty must necessarily form the basis for manifesting potential and future growth.
Brandon talks about faith versus fear, in the context of a specific definition of the Universe, spurred by a "note from the same" which he received on this date (via Notes from the Universe by Mike Dooley), aided by an Abraham-Hicks clip and illustrated by a couple of recent personal anecdotes.
Kara Maryn is a listener who specializes in Reiki healing and went on to overcome a personal history of great pain and trauma and find the Positive Head Podcast at a crucial time in her life. She tells Alexa about her background, her Reiki work and how she has manifested some fun & interesting things since opening up to a greater reality.
Brandon answers a question from a listener and takes the opportunity to explore a particular line of reasoning, leaning on an Abraham-Hicks clip to make the point that things, situations and people which our egos deem as negative, are not obstacles or dramas that our spirits fear or are concerned about.