Brandon is prompted by a listener's question to talk about what renowned author
Eckhart Tolle has dubbed the "pain body," a psychological and emotional structure that embodies our painful experiences and reactions, taking the opportunity to delve deeper into the nature and dynamics of this particular aspect of humanity.
On occasion of the Thanksgiving holiday and the recent events at Standing Rock, Brandon discusses being "for" what we desire instead of being "against" things, and the general ideas of acceptance, gratitude, appreciation and lack of judgmental attitudes.
Daniel Raphael has been referred to as a real-life wizard for very good reason. In this episode, hear the inspiring story of how Daniel utilized plant medicines to help him transmute mental disabilities into an incredible intuitive gift, which he now utilizes to facilitate healing and magic in an ever growing number of people's lives around the world.
Brandon and Erica discuss other phenomena related to the dream state, such as the experience of déjà vu, and they talk about an Abraham-Hicks clip that casts a new light on this fascinating phenomenon.
Brandon and Erica talk address a question about the dream state, offering their own perspectives and personal accounts of vivid and even premonitory dreams, as well as sharing topical quotes and discussing related subjects like astral projection and the afterlife.
Brandon addresses a comment from a listener regarding synchronicities with animals, in particular frogs, and relates this to the famous illusionist David Blaine and his displays of what might possibly be actual magic, closing the show with a wonderful Abraham-Hicks "rampage of appreciation".
Brandon brings Sue Krebs back on the show to talk about the wisdom and power that underlies all negative experiences, whether we recognize their unique gifts or not, and how finding peace in the midst of any circumstance could be even more valuable than the happiness many of us constantly chase after.
Waylon Lewis is an author, host of the Walk the Talk Show and founder of the hugely popular mindful living web magazine, Elephant Journal. In this episode Waylon shares the details of his unique journey, why media is the key to saving the world, and explores several intriguing Buddhist insights and perspectives.
Brandon examines the subject of supernatural abilities and experiences, playing an Abraham-Hicks audio clip pertaining to this topic and expressing his concordant point of view that everything exists in a continuum of experience, where there is no hard distinction between the natural realm and what we call supernatural.
Brandon speaks to a listener's comment about thinking differently from the prevailing norm and the associated feelings of loneliness that can ensue, and how we can learn to love ourselves unconditionally and fully appreciate our own uniqueness apart from what anyone else may think.
Brandon speaks about the symbolism of the numbers eleven and 11-11 on occasion of the episode's release date, and also touches upon the topics of freedom from judgments concerning outcomes that are deemed to be negative, and the "indigo state of mind" as well as its associated connotations.
Jake Heilbrunn is a young adventurer and author of the new book, "Off the Beaten Trail". In this episode Jake recounts the details of his soul-searching journey through central america that the book is based on, why we should always follow our intuition and many other bits of wisdom that are well beyond a typical young man his age.
Founder of World Tapping Circle, Sonya Sophia, joins the podcast and together they discuss the shocking result of the US election and what it means for all of us as citizens of the world, and as members all of the collective human family. Sonya also guides the audience through a tapping session to help us all come to terms with this outcome.
Brandon talks about the seemingly-simple declaration "I am" and its astounding creative power, referencing quotes from religious texts that allude to it as the "true name of God" as well as other lesser-known perspectives and techniques pertaining to these two magical words.
Brandon follows up on a recent often-discussed idea, that we are likely living in an advanced simulation of some sort, and he plays an audio clip of Elon Musk speaking on the matter, as well as contributing his own thoughts as to why that should not be cause for despair or nihilism but rather reason to celebrate and create beauty. He also reads the final lesson from "Your Illustrated Guide to Becoming One with the Universe".
Brandon and Nixie discuss the topic of empaths and individuals who experience heightened sensitivity to other people's energies, which confers both the benefits of an almost psychic level of perception, as well as the drawbacks of taking on other people's negative energies.
Brandon and Nixie Marie find forgiveness to be the emergent topic for this episode, based on their direct experiences with pain in relationships, as well as comments and reviews from the podcast audience.
Erica is a naturopathic physician, QHHT practitioner and lover of all things spiritual and metaphysical. In this episode she shares the story of how she started her journey, some accounts of startling experiences brought on by her work with QHHT, and her take on the ultimate nature of reality.
Brandon reads show reviews, shares and comments on a inspiring quote by Sufi mystic Rumi, and reads lessons seven and eight from "Your Illustrated Guide to Becoming One with the Universe".
Brandon and Erica Middlemiss discuss experiences, shared by listeners and their own daily lives, pertaining to uncommon experiences with energy that include intuition and psychic phenomena, subtle perceptions and communication with the spirit realm.
Brandon shares stories of synchronicity and magic brought in by listeners, and also comments on a video shared through social media about the "million masks of God", featuring the inspiring words of the inimitable Alan Watts.
Brandon and special podcast guest co-host Erica Middlemiss talk about the late Dolores Cannon and her groundbreaking work with Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique, a system that yielded an incredible body of information from subjects about life in our planet and its unique challenges.
Chris is a public speaker, writer, podcast host and spiritual director that is known for his no BS approach to exploring spirituality. In this episode Chris shares his inspiring story rising above addiction, and how he received an endorsement from the acclaimed spiritual teacher Ram Daas, as well as his teacher Maharaji from beyond the veil.
On this daily episode Brandon speaks about unconditional love and judgmental beliefs, referencing quotes on this subject by the Dalai Lama among others, and playing audio from an Abraham-Hicks clip entitled "The Truth about Judgment".
Brandon reads show iTunes reviews, discusses Blink 182 singer Tom Delonge and his fascination with UFOs, and reads lessons five and six from "Your Illustrated Guide to Becoming One with the Universe".