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415: Keeping past wounds alive has a cost

Brandon delves into the subject of emotional wounds, our self-image and how we can rob ourselves of our own creative power by keeping the past alive, and he does so referencing quotes, playing an excerpt from a talk by Caroline Myss and sharing his own ideas, to help remind us of our essential truth.

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414: Fear is the illusion, love is the reality

Brandon shares a clip by Teal Swan that asks the question “what is love?” and answers it from Teal’s unique perspective, which Brandon subsequently comments on and expands on the essential message, that love is the underlying reality and all other fearful manifestations are ultimately temporary illusions.

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413: All people and all things live on within us

On this daily episode Brandon reads a heartfelt show review, shares some inspiring quotes, poems and a touching story sent in by a listener, and ties it all together with themes of dealing with loss, timelessness and how love can help us transcend limitations.

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412: Relax, you got this—you are the Universe

Brandon shares a review and personal story from a listener, a few Notes from the Universe by Mike Dooley and a recent personal story which all remind us that our divine nature can help us deal with any challenge and find peace in any circumstance.

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411: Interview with Psychic Teachers podcast host, Samantha Fey

Samantha Fey is a practicing intuitive who co-hosts the popular podcast, Psychic Teachers. In this episode, Samantha shares a bit about her personal story, discusses how we can all tap into our intuitive and psychic abilities, gives Brandon a crystal reading where she makes a real-time verifiable detailed prediction, and also shares several of her own fascinating stories of synchronicity.

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410: Serve your purpose and it will serve you

In this episode Brandon talks about life purpose and shares his thoughts on the subject, as well as relevant quotes and an Eckhart Tolle clip, all which point to the essence of this perspective, that we are all here to make peace with the present moment.

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409: People show up the way you expect them to

Brandon discusses aspects of this unique human interpersonal dynamic and offers some perspectives that hopefully will help us break from projecting and “expecting others into” showing up perpetually in the same ways, especially family and loved ones. He also shares a related Abraham-Hicks clip.

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408: Let’s be mindful of the language we use

Brandon responds to a comment from a member of the Facebook group regarding his past use of the word “girl” to refer to a young woman; he offers his take that what matters most is the intention behind our words and that we should always examine said intentions, as well as being sensitive to the way our choice of words affects others.

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407: Fatigue is always about resistance

Brandon gets into talking about energy and tiredness, and how to achieve high levels of energy or how to cope with fatigue and low energy levels, by sharing an Abraham-Hicks clip and discussing a few empowering viewpoints that stem from their perspectives, including using techniques like visualization to help lessen resistance.

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406: Interview episode with podcast host, Adam Roa

Adam Roa is a spoken word poet, coach and host of the Deep Dive Podcast. In this expansive discussion they talk about Adam’s journey integrating his experiences with plant medicines and helping others do the same, as well as what he has dubbed the “slinky effect”, his theories on intuition, the subconscious and creativity, and his shared viewpoints and experiences in common with Brandon as an artist and podcaster.

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