Author Archive for Libsyn

564: Interview with sorcerer, artist and author David Landau (pt. 1)

“Magic is Real” author David Landau has an expansive, magical conversation with Brandon to be released in two parts. In this first half David tells his story and brushes with death that pushed him further down his path, gives an overview of his seven-part series on practical wizardry and “reality hacking”, and goes deeper into the magic and power of everyday life for health, wealth and happiness, including aspects like sexual energy, humor and linguistic faculties.

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563: On unconditionality, non-attachment, and starting the day on a good note

Brandon talks about his mornings and the way he kicks off his daily routine, sharing observations and thoughts that inspired him to talk about this, including a clip by Abraham-Hicks which offers a novel and uplifting approach that can really get our days going in a much more magical and profound way.

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562: Reflections on gratitude and a “tapping” for Thanksgiving

Brandon and Sonya touch upon the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday and how the family dynamics that are commonly present during this time of the year are something to be relished even though they may often be difficult to navigate. Sonya also conducts a “tapping” session to help Positive Head listeners alter the flow of an already-stressful situation.

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561: “Oneness”, chapter 31: the world of the artist and the dreamer

Brandon draws again from the book “Oneness” by Rasha, one of his favorites that gets chapters read from at “random” on certain daily episodes. This time it’s chapter 31 that talks about manifesting the world of the artist, recreating the world of the dreamer within, and liberating said dreamer.

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560: Agree or disagree but don’t take it personal

Brandon addresses a concern from a member of the closed Facebook group created for fans of the podcast, about drawing the line on featuring individuals who may not be credible or be too “out there” for the masses, and he offers his viewpoint on the judgments we all hold about reality and about each other’s opinion, as well as sharing an Abraham-Hicks clip about speaking up whenever we disagree with anything being said.

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559: Interview with ascension guide Sandra Walter

Sandra Walter is a wayshower and gatekeeper who acts as an ascension guide helping to facilitate the great shift in consciousness we are currently experiencing here on planet Earth. In this episode, hear the incredible story of her journey that has led her into this unique line of energy work, as well as several fascinating accounts of multidimensional interactions at the energy vortex that exists high in the mountains of Mt. Shasta, California, where she currently resides. (If you would like to signup for Sandra’s Ascension Path online training course and receive the Positive Head discount, go to positivehead.com/ascension)

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558: A live conversation with Michael Phillip

Brandon spoke with Michael of the Third Eye Drops podcast and streamed their conversation live this morning, and among other topics they discussed the fast-evolving technology of today, like artificial intelligence, and its implications, and how this ties to the larger mystery of consciousness.

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557: The magic of words, and which ones to consciously choose

Brandon again discusses the magic of language, in particular the famous magic word “Abracadabra”, this time also referencing a few specific common words to monitor in our daily vocabulary, to help us conduct a whole paradigm shift in our lives. He also shares a relevant clip from a TED talk by Andrew Bennett.

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556: Brandon’s confession

Brandon confesses to a personal addiction and takes a serious look at the importance of a healthy sense of humor as part of balanced spirituality.

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555: Don’t beat yourself up for falling off the wagon

Brandon is motivated by a recent interaction to talk about striving to be consistent with ourselves and dive into anything we do with our full heart and presence, instead of resorting to guilt after we slip and deviate from our own personal standards about things. He also shares a relevant clip about this from Abraham-Hicks.

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