Author Archive for Libsyn – Page 2

510: The opposite of creativity is cynicism

Brandon decides to talk about manifestation and creativity, hallmarks of the human experience, and their opposite counterpart in cynicism. He shares his thoughts on how all these relate to each other and also plays an Abraham-Hicks audio clip that discusses very similar perspectives.

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509: Interview episode with mi’kmaq elder David “Lonebear” Sanipass

David Sanipass is a master storyteller and elder of the mi’kmaq native community. In this episode, hear David discuss the Star Teachings that have been handed down through his lineage via the copper scrolls for countless generations, as well as his fascinating account of dying for 72 seconds and crossing over to the other-side for what equated to three years time from his perspective.

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508: Further conversations with Christopher David Jackson

Brandon welcomes Chris Jackson back on the show; he was originally featured on a live video chat released in ep. #444. Chris founded Grateful Generation and is highly involved in the transformational festival scene; in this episode he talks with Brandon about experiencing deeper connection and how to relate to others on more meaningful levels.

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507: Compassion is key to the shift

Brandon is prompted by a recent event that came to his awareness to talk about the importance of light and compassion in our lives, considering how limited our time is on this earth. He also shares a Wayne Dyer clip and comments on its point that compassion is key to transforming our civilization.

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506: The “Swiss cheese process” and procrastination

Brandon continues a discussion started on Monday’s episode (#502) about procrastination and comments on related aspects like self-worth that tie into this theme, as well as sharing another Abraham-Hicks clip that offers a creative technique for dealing with this called the “Swiss cheese process”.

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505: The fifth dimension and how we are more than our bodies

Brandon is motivated to share a clip from renowned hip-hop artist KRS-One, talking on a Facebook video about the fifth dimension in a unique way. He also shares quotes and thoughts on the recently departed Louise Hay and the theme that emerges is one of transcendence and empowerment.

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504: Interview with Innerversity founder Sevan Bomar

Sevan Bomar is an inventor, author, and motivational speaker who shares the knowledge and application necessary to instruct others on how to manifest vast projections. In this episode, Sevan discusses various topics such as open-source wealth, why we need to work within the matrix, how our souls move in and out of the body, and how to decode language. (You can sign up for Innerversity Semester One here and get 20% off with the discount code ‘positivehead’ https://lddy.no/qxn)

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503: More psychic readings courtesy of Colby Psychic Rebel

Brandon welcomes Colby back on the show (previously featured on episodes #281 and #475) and she conducts a couple of psychic readings on the air. She also shares with Brandon a simple exercise that can help those interested become more familiar with the subtle energies and processes of clairsentience.

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502: On procrastination and the value of aligning with energy first

Brandon is prompted to talk about procrastination and finds a great angle to discuss in the form of an Abraham-Hicks clip extolling the virtues of finding energetic alignment with any subject before taking action on it?something that many people commonly understand as procrastination.

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501: What part of us is it that feels offended?

Brandon follows up on the recent discussion about race and the charged emotions it stirred in some listeners, and uses this opportunity to broach the subject of personal “points of attraction” and the fact that none of us can control external circumstances all the time, but we can definitely master ourselves.

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