Brandon reads from and talks about the last Agreement from don Miguel Ruiz's classic book "The Four Agreements", establishing the ways in which this agreement supports the others, and he also shares a "nano tap" from Sonya Sophia to help transmute stress into strength.
Brandon continues to draw from don Miguel Ruiz's "The Four Agreements", this time exploring the reasons why we may want to avoid making assumptions about other people's motivation.
Brandon continues onward to the Second Agreement from don Miguel Ruiz's modern spiritual classic book "The Four Agreements", which invites us to rise above the projections that others cast upon us and not be excessively self-important.
Brandon continues to read from and comment on the first chapter of don Miguel Ruiz's "The Four Agreements," expanding on the concept of being impeccable with one's word and why it's so crucial to embody this integrity, an aspect of our freedom to create harmony or discord in our own lives.
Dr. Scott Kolbaba is the author of Physicians Untold Stories: Miraculous experiences doctors are hesitant to share with their patients, or ANYONE! In this episode hear how Scott had his own incredible experience with a patient that defied traditional explanation and how it ultimately led him to compile similar stories that defy scientific logic and reasoning from 26 other doctors.
As an extension of the previous episode's theme, Brandon addresses the issue of self-worth and how many of us accept an idea of ourselves more limited than what our true potential suggests. He also comments on a clip from Bashar that addresses this.
Brandon addresses a comment from a listener concerning comparing oneself to others, and proposes that what we are always finding in the people we come in contact with is different reflections of ourselves to aid us in our awareness, not to compare ourselves to.