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The Positive Head Podcast
You can now tune in to the Positive Head Podcast daily 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. On the other weekdays, Brandon features clips from various spiritual teachers, gives interpretations of his favorite quotes, shares a bit of mind-expanding or mysterious news, and digs into mind-expansive topics that will help keep your soul fed on a regular basis. It's a daily conscious effort to keep a Positive Head and we're here to help you keep your consciousness elevated!

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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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The Positive Head Bracelet
The Positive Head Bracelet is inspired by cognitive conditioning studies where people snap a rubber band on their wrist if they are experiencing a negative thought or behavior. Some people really resonate with this approach; however, with most everyone it works as a simple and powerful visual reminder of their commitment to focus on the positive aspects of their daily life. We think itís a lot more stylish than its past life as a tire too!

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[Transcribed from podcast #315] A great way to approach our daily interactions with others is to look at it like a game. Typically when we bump up against others in our daily lives we are thinking of them and us. We think they are external to the self. They want something, I want something, we are both trying to get what we want out of the interaction. As ...

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