Some P-Heads will know about Alexa already, but for those who don’t this episode is all about the creator of the P-Head Posse episode series herself. Alexa has already done a lot to advance both her own spiritual development in her life and further the connections and development of interested listeners and fans of the show, so she definitely deserved her own episode.
Brandon has a very loose, freewheeling episode, inspired by the very idea of not knowing what to say in advance but still being willing to “play the game” and exercising trust that the right words will come. Given that this is a bit of a theme for P-Heads, even this loose discussion should prove helpful to listeners synchronistically.
At the behest of Chris, the guys discuss presence today, a veritable mindset, spiritual practice and way of life in itself, which entails other related subjects familiar to P-Heads like meditation, non-judgmental awareness and conscious formulation of intentions.
David Sandoval is a whole-foods nutrition advocate, best-selling author of The Green Foods Bible, and the innovative pioneer behind Purium, the rapidly rising collective of health-conscious souls whose mission is to end human suffering on the planet. In this episode, Dave shares fascinating insights he has garnered over thirty years in the health industry, such as how and why the world’s food production has been hijacked over the last one hundred years, as well as his revolutionary yet simple plan to help anyone course-correct their relationship with food to help create more health and wellness in their life. Brandon goes on to explain why Positive Head has chosen to become a brand partner with Purium, and then extends an offer for all the listeners to join him and David in a Transformative Cleanse beginning on June 4th (Go to positivehead.com/purium to get more information about the cleanse. Use code POSITIVEHEAD for up to 25% off any products at ishoppurium.com)
Brandon reads and comments on Chapter 30 of “Oneness” by Rasha, which has as its subject “the significance of the health crisis at the heightened stages of the ascension process”. It is an especially significant episode this week due to the upcoming interview with David Sandoval that has everything to do with health, especially pertaining to the beliefs that many P-Heads have on the matter.
Jodie Newell is a coach who helps adults struggling with sexual dysfunction or dissatisfaction in many areas, as sexual taboos and lack of understanding are still prevalent in many cultures, and she uses a framework known as “Erotic Blueprints” to do her work.
Brandon reads and comments on a review with a story sent in by a listener about friendships lost and wisdom gained, and he also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip that likewise continues the theme of gaining perspective and selectively focusing on what is most desired, or learning to gradually shift our “point of attraction” in all aspects of our lives.
Diego Perez is an author who published a collection of his poetry and prose writings with strong Eastern philosophical influences, under the pen name Yung Pueblo, called Inward. In this episode he tells Brandon how he got started as a writer, what roles elements like Buddhism and meditation play into his philosophy, and together they read certain passages from his work and explore the ideas behind them in greater depth.
Brandon and Chris address a listener review with a certain expectation about a past podcast guest and their message, talk about “elation-ships” as Chris likes to say, and touch on other topics that always seem to circle around to the same question: who am I in relation to this person or this life circumstance?
Brandon reads another chapter from “Oneness” by Rasha, part of a Positive Head miniseries as he has read and commented on many chapters from the book in previous weeks. This time it’s Chapter 13 which refers to our present times of accelerated changes, and how we can anchor ourselves in the Timeless Now to navigate these sometimes turbulent waters with greater ease.