The Positive Head Podcast

You can now tune in to The Positive Head Podcast 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. He talks with authors, directors, artists, bloggers, scientists, entrepreneurs and anyone else who is out there making a positive impact on the world. As a feature, he also gets them to share any fascinating stories of synchronicity or positive paranormal happenings that they have experienced!

On the other weekdays, you can hear him discussing topics such as his favorite thought provoking quotes, reading and discussing wisdom from empowering books, playing clips from various inspirational spiritual teachers, sharing a bit of mysterious news, taking questions from the audience, and essentially digging into any other mind-expansive topics that will help keep your soul fed by tuning you into positive vibrations on a consistent basis.

 
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478: On unique names and informal nicknames

Brandon references a couple of instances of his mispronouncing a recent podcast guest’s name and reads a comment from a listener on this, hoping to clear up some confusion as to why he made light of his mistake in case his lighthearted comment on another episode referencing his error was misunderstood.

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477: Let’s be raw and real instead of giving each other the silent treatment

Brandon is inspired to talk about authenticity in our communications with other people, praising the value of vulnerability and honesty as a way to disarm others and relate to them more deeply, as well as calling attention to the fact that we “project” onto others our own prejudices and conditioned views on a habitual basis.

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476: Excerpt from “The Prophet” by Khalil Gibran

Brandon decides to read from the poetic and inspiring book “The Prophet” by Khalil Gibran, and he reads the first couple of chapters accompanied by wonderfully evocative music from artists J√≥nsi & Alex.

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475: On-air psychic readings by Colby Psychic Rebel

Brandon hosts Colby Psychic Rebel back on the show (she was originally interviewed on episode #281) and Colby gives psychic readings to three listeners of the podcast who were selected from the Facebook private group.

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474: Interview episode with Venus Project proponent Roxanne Meadows

Roxanne Meadows spent an incredible four decades working alongside her partner and renowned futurist Jacque Fresco, who is widely known as the founder of the Venus Project. In her first interview since Jacques recently passed at 101 years old, Roxanne shares her personal insight into their inspiring life work, discusses the importance of transitioning from a monetary-based economy to a resource-based economy, as well as the profound worldwide benefits that could be realized from doing so.

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473: Healing is always energy- and emotion-based, not just physical

Brandon and Erica Middlemiss continue their ongoing conversation on holistic health, answering some follow-up questions that were posed from the last episode’s discussion and talking about new aspects of the relationship between the physical body and the infinite power of the human soul.

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472: Chapter 18 of “Oneness”, on lovingly letting go of old relationships

Brandon reads from chapter eighteen of the book Oneness by Rasha, one of his favorites that he has read from on the show before, and one that he likes to play with drawing material from seemingly at random, which always proves appropriate. This chapter deals with relationships and how to let go with loving detachment.

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471: Relationships don’t fail, they always serve their purpose

Brandon reads a couple of listener questions and addresses the subject of relationships, in particular romantic relationships and the pain that can ensue from them or the lack thereof, and he also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip that puts forth some ideas that we need to consider, like the thought that people leaving us are giving us exactly what we need and want.

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470: Peace begins when expectation ends

Brandon talks about some recent listener reviews and comments and weaves them into a theme of interpersonal relationships, expectations and boundaries, with the latter two being very common pitfalls that can make life with our fellow men and women more difficult than it could be. He also touches on how to reprogram ourselves to think differently and effect change in our daily lives.

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469: Interview episode with Wired magazine co-founder Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly has been standing on the precipice of technology and decoding its consequences to the layman for many decades now. In this episode Kevin discusses virtual reality, the holographic reality theory, artificial intelligence, cryptocurrencies and why he believes the internet is still “at the beginning of its beginning.”

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