Clearings for the Close-Minded Discussed in New Book

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New book by Eli Galla outlines value of negative program removal on path to success.

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We give away some of our identity every time we allow ourselves to be in fear and pessimism.

Influence isn’t always felt, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t there waiting to trigger negative programming.

Eli Galla, author of “Spirited Clearings: Negative Program Removal” (published by Balboa Press), understands how imbued negative programs affect individual success. Pessimistic attitudes, depression and chronic frustration are all manifestations of these subconscious scripts, says Galla. In the book, which features the teachings of the late Dr. Margaret ‘Meg’ Hoopes, Galla outlines how to systematically change negativity into positive energy.

“We give away some of our identity every time we allow ourselves to be in fear and pessimism,” Galla says. “Removing these negative programs allows for the release of a great amount of energy, which can then be used to create a better reality.”

In the book, Galla outlines a methodical way to clear a variety of subconscious influences, including the Core Fear Matrix and Negative Programs. While the names may vary, Galla says the value behind each process is the new reality created as negative power transmutes into positive energy.

“Everyone has the ability to be a conscious creator,” Galla says. “The physical manifestation of your dreams is more than possible with the infinite awareness provided by program removal.”

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“Spirited Clearings: Negative Program Removal”
By Dr. Margaret ‘Meg’ Hoopes and Eli Galla
ISBN: 978-1-4525-4411-3
Soft cover, retail price: $11.99
Hardcover, retail price: $28.95

About the author
Meg Hoopes developed the spirited clearings technique throughout the course of her life. Following her death in November 2010, Susan of Ashtar on the Road asked Eli Galla to finish and edit a book about her teachings. Galla has been a sorcerer for all of his life and lives with his partner, Ana, in Cottonwood, Arizona.

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