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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370: What if right and wrong are relative?

Brandon responds to a question posed online related to the most harrowing events in life, pertaining to suffering and death, and offers an expansive understanding that can be used to put these earthly occurrences into wider perspective. He also plays an Abraham-Hicks clip that talks about Hitler and how characters like him fit into this grander design.

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369: Being called “crazy” by an insane world

Brandon references a “weird story” like those that the podcast used to feature in the earliest daily episodes, and comments on a listener’s remark that a personal shift and raise in consciousness can be trying because it causes us to deviate from the social norm, with his own perspective that being called “crazy” by an insane society amounts to being labeled “sane” in a roundabout way.

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368: Life is happening for you, and through you

Brandon reads a listener’s review and comments regarding a personal transition period they experienced that was both difficult and enlightening, and he brings an array of quotes, references and a Bashar clip that helps put things in perspective concerning our fears and our desires for life.

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367: Let it be

Brandon “returns” to the podcast by resuming his daily recording sessions, and shares his excitement over rejoining this endeavor that serves as his own “daily conscious effort” as well as reaching a milestone within the production of the podcast.

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366: Interview episode with “The Spiritual Catalyst”, Teal Swan

Teal Swan is an internationally recognized spiritual leader and powerful voice in the field of Metaphysics. In this episode, Teal shares the harrowing story of her childhood and how her extrasensory abilities led her to become the target of an abusive cult, and how it ultimately led her to cultivate her own process of recovery and transformation. Teal and Brandon also discuss many other fascinating topics such as the inherent non-existence of material objects, twin flames, shadow work, and the shortcut to enlightenment.

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365: “Power of Awareness” last chapters

Brandon finishes the book “The Power of Awareness” by Neville Goddard, the subject of the last few consecutive daily episodes, and continues to read real-life case histories as well as the advice given for dealing with failure in the application of these powerful creative principles.

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364: Power of Awareness, ch. 23—case histories

Brandon continues to read from the “Power of Awareness” book, this time going into the real-life case histories the book offers as evidence of the practical application of the creation principles detailed in previous chapters, stories which include amazing displays of synchronicity and manifestation consistent with the aforementioned principles.

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363: Power of Awareness ch. 20 – 22

Brandon continues reading from the “Power of Awareness” book by Neville Goddard, this time commenting on its topics of righteousness, connected with the power of assumptions, as well as free will and persistence, all which help direct our creative energies to their utmost manifestation.

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362: Power of Awareness ch. 17 – 19

Brandon continues to read from the “Power of Awareness” book, this time reading from chapters 17 through 19 and bringing its subjects?recognition of both our personal limits and also the limitless nature of universal creation?back around full-circle into the overarching theme of conscious creative manifestation.

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361: Interview episode with Change Heroes Founder, Taylor Conroy

Taylor is the founder of the impact travel company Journey, as well as the social enterprise Change Heroes, which has funded over sixty school houses and libraries in nine countries around the world. In this episode, Taylor discusses his personal journey shifting from an entrepreneur driven by monetary success, to becoming a social entrepreneur, and why being of service is the key to happiness.

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