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The Positive Head Bracelet
The Positive Head Bracelet is inspired by cognitive conditioning studies where people snap a rubber band on their wrist if they are experiencing a negative thought or behavior. Some people really resonate with this approach; however, with most everyone it works as a simple and powerful visual reminder of their commitment to focus on the positive aspects of their daily life. We think it's pretty stylish too!

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The Positive Head Podcast
You can now tune in to the Positive Head Podcast daily Monday-Friday each week! Every Wednesday, host 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 his co-host Dalien give interpretations of their favorite quotes, share a bit of mind-expanding news, take questions from the audience, and dig into other positive topics they deem worthy of discussion.

Current Interview Episode:

Sonya Sophia is the visionary founder of The World Tapping Circle, where she is dedicated to facilitating healing for the world through the powerful practice of EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), aka Tapping. In this episode she shares her inspirational personal journey to wellness, shines a light on the incredible benefits and science behind Tapping, and even guides listeners through a tapping session. At the end of the interview, Sonya graciously offers a very special discount to Positive Head listeners so they can join her live each week by signing up at WorldTappingCircle.com/PositiveHead.
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[Transcribed from podcast ep. #223] It's so easy in these times to get so complicated with our lives, and to (get) so caught up in the race, so to speak--and all these ideas and comparisons, strivings to make something of ourselves, to (have) some status, climb the social ladder, so to speak... I believe this is one of the biggest mistakes that people make: it's getting caught up trying to get ...

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