The Positive Head Podcast

Consistently maintaining an elevated vibration should be the aim of anyone seeking to evolve and attain their ultimate potential. To help our listeners achieve that aim, every Wednesday the “Original Positive Head”, Brandon Beachum, interviews a different consciousness change-maker that is helping to pave the way for humanity’s collective transition into a state of expanded consciousness.

On the other weekdays, Brandon (Mondays and Fridays) and Dr. Erica Middlemiss (Tuesdays and Thursdays) take turns hosting solo episodes as they feature clips from various philosophers and teachers, take questions from listeners, and dig into a plethora of mind-expansive topics to help broaden your perspective and keep your soul fed on a regular basis. It’s a daily conscious effort and it takes a tribe to help us all keep a Positive Head, so we’re here to help you keep your consciousness elevated five days a week!

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256: A discussion on the transition from 3D to 5D


Brandon answers a listener’s question on this topic and the guys give their opinions on what this process is all about. Dalien also reports on a Lockheed executive’s bold claims regarding advanced technology and interstellar travel.

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255: When you don’t need it, that’s when you can have it


Brandon and Dalien answer a regular listener’s question and use it as a springboard to discuss loving, healthy detachment from the opinions of others and all that would hold us back in life. Also Dalien reports on promising efforts towards eco-sustainability like continuing use of green energy in Costa Rica and a new nano-battery that might last forever. uafby5tx

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254: Are little white lies fine for a convivial existence?


Brandon receives an inspiration to discuss truthfulness and honesty, discussing a quote and playing an Abraham-Hicks clip related to the topic, and Dalien reports on a recent article regarding the theory that humanity is the ancestor species of the alien life forms our species seeks to make contact with.

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253: Interview with Giovanni Dienstmann, creator of the meditation blog Live and Dare

Giovanni Dienstmann has practiced meditation daily for over sixteen years, totaling over six thousand hours of this centering, health-promoting practice, and in this episode he shares with Brandon his own insights into different meditation techniques, his understanding of how the mystic Hindu gunas play into our meditative mindset, and his own magical experiences related to this practice.

252: How to break the chain of pain and heal karma


Brandon talks about dramatic personal stories, all centered on the concept “hurt people hurt people” and the true nature of anger and pain, from sources like the website Humans of New York, an Eckhart Tolle audio clip and his own life. Also Dalien reports on a nonprofit artificial intelligence foundation founded by Elon Musk.

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251: Dive fully into the person that you really want to be


On a further discussion about work and life purpose, Anita and Brandon talk about using social media to help support a more inspired career or lifestyle, and they highlight a quote about not dancing around the perimeter of our truest selves but diving right into that experience as much as we can.

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250: Diet, health and spirituality


After reporting on an American Olympic weightlifter who is vegan, Brandon and Anita Wing Lee discuss their viewpoints on diet and spirituality, including ethical and ecological reasons to wean ourselves off meat consumption as well as the dogmatic reactions that different takes on nutrition can provoke in people.

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249: Interview with “Hero’s Journey” coach Andy Brine


Andy Brine is a coach and mentor who focuses on guiding people through their own individual “hero’s journey”. In this episode Andy details the steps of the “outer circle” or broad journey, goes into more detail on twelve classic archetypes that are part of it, and mentions both personal and popular stories that are startling examples of the hero’s journey.

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247: Going deeper into the Art of Allowing


In the first of a new series of episodes this week, Brandon and co-host Anita Wing Lee discuss the idea that all things work out perfectly as long as we can align with that idea  and relinquish our resistance, and they tell stories from their own lives which speak to this concept.

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