Author Archive for Libsyn – Page 2

381: Interview with author and podcast host, Derek Rydall

Derek Rydall is the author of the best selling book Emergence and host of the podcast with the same name. In this episode, Derek share his inspiring personal story, how our problems are actually our answered prayers, and discusses the difference between the Law of Emergence and The Law of Attraction.

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380: Everything you desire already exists in your “vibrational escrow”

Brandon delves into the topic of romantic relationships from the perspective of someone who greatly desires to meet their ideal partner, as told in an Abraham-Hicks audio clip, and comments on related concepts such as not trying too hard to attain what is sought, learning to relax, chill out and resonate with the presence of what we want instead of its absence.

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379: You have arrived, there is nothing to do

Brandon reads a listener’s powerful and moving review and is inspired to talk about embracing uncertainty, realizing that nothing matters (in the best way), that the future is likewise unreal and nothing to be worried about, and he helps put things into perspectives that often elude us when we are fixated on our trivial pursuits. He also shares an Osho clip that plays directly into these ideas.

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378: Emotion is a real, impactful force that affects the physical world

Brandon cites recent research that uncovered some startling effects produced by emotional energy in the physical world, and ties this subject to the theme of affecting other people and seeking to elevate their consciousness from our own perspective, playing a Bashar clip that delves into the physics of this process.

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377: Life is but a dream… make it a beautiful one

Brandon is inspired to talk about life’s dreamlike aspects, since the dream realm is one where we can play and have virtually any experience without being censored and discouraged by our limited conscious minds, and he encourages us to bring these aspects into our waking lives.

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376: Interview with author and astral traveler, Garnet Schulhauser

Garnet Schulhauser is an author who has written several books about his ongoing encounters with his spirit guide. In this episode, hear Garnet’s fascinating story of how one day his “normal life” was turned upside down when he had an unexpected encounter with his spirit guide. He goes on to share many of the astral adventures that ensued, which ultimately led to Garnet receiving great insight and wisdom from beings he met on the astral plane.

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375: External belief systems cannot supplant our own intuition

Brandon responds to a listener’s question regarding cults and relates this topic to its parent subject of belief systems and structures, including religions and cultures, and advises to always search within ourselves to see if an external belief rings true to us.

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374: You can learn to spin negatives into positives

Brandon uses a George Foreman quote, and his reconnecting and spending some time with an old friend, to talk about how we can turn negative experiences into positive ones simply by deciding to look for their upside, something that we can all practice consciously to achieve amazing transformation in our lives.

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373: The Universe wants you to follow your dreams

Brandon responds to a member of the Facebook group commenting on the topic of dreams, aspirations and playful creative visions that many of us hold for our lives, and speaks on how life wants to encourage rather than discourage this lighthearted use of our imagination and our power.

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372: On “croaking”, or crossing over into the nonphysical

Brandon continues on a general theme started on a previous daily episode, speaking about death from a larger perspective and playing an Abraham-Hicks clip where they talk about “croaking”, their irreverent way of referring to death in order to help us realize that it is just another transition, not the heavy experience we make it out to be.

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