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The Positive Head Podcast

Consistently maintaining an elevated vibration should be the aim of anyone seeking to evolve and attain their ultimate potential. To help our listeners achieve that aim and maintain a state of positivity, every Wednesday, the original Positive Head, Brandon Beachum, interviews a different consciousness change-maker that is helping to pave the way for humanity as we collectively transition into a state of expanded consciousness and awareness. On the other weekdays, Brandon and Dr. Erica Middlemiss take turns hosting solo episodes as they feature clips from various philosophers and teachers, take questions from listeners, features Mystic Manor retreat guests, and dig into a plethora of mind-expansive topics that will help to expand your perspective and keep your soul fed on a regular basis. Occasionally, Alexa Houser steps in on Friday's to highlight what magical things some of our listeners are up to in the world on the (p)HeAd Posse episodes. It's a daily conscious effort and it takes a tribe to help us all keep a Positive Head, which is why we’re here to help you keep your consciousness elevated five days a week!
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Dec 14, 2018

Brandon continues to touch upon difficult themes in the most gentle way possible, by referencing the anxiety, discomfort and negativity that many people experience these days for a multitude of reasons, and he tries to remind himself and all of us that trials and tribulations are not simply to be endured but appreciated, as well as bring up powerful simple tools we have to help us manage stress like our breath.

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