Like a tuning fork, everything in life carries a certain vibrational frequency. This is no different when it comes to our emotions. Living our life in certain frequencies can contribute to our wellbeing or disease. If you carry the frequencies of fear, anger, pride, anxiety or depression, your wellbeing is in constant attack. So what are some of the frequencies that will help us live healthy lives? And how can you ensure you maintain the right frequency to live a healthy lifestyle?
"Fear creates stress, stress shuts down your immune system. Prolonged stress creates illness, sickness, cancer, heart attack, Flu COVID everything and allows all that stuff in. Destress live a healthy life at the very least whatever you do, live a healthy life, raise your vibrational pattern. "
The Skeptic Metaphysician
Vibrational Frequencies of Emotions
Info about our guest
PD Alleva is a hypnotist and behavioral therapist in private practice, specializing in trauma/PTSD and addiction, teaching mindfulness techniques to his patients in a behavior modification paradigm termed Spiritual Growth Therapy (SGT).
Combining quantum mechanics and metaphysics with spiritual practices, SGT seeks to bolster individual energetic frequencies to create everlasting change with an understanding that we are all self-healing and the purpose of life is to evolve the soul.
PD also writes fiction novels, creating brash and impactful stories he would describe are metaphors for the shifting energies that exist in the universe.
He writes fiction in the Science Fiction and Horror genres.
Lisa Alleva, PhD LMFT: drlisaalleva.com
Skeptic Metaphysician Info:
Will: Hey everyone. Welcome back to another eye opening episode of this skeptic metaphysician with me today. Again is Karen. Karen. Thanks for coming on again. I'm always happy to be here. It's always fun having you on. So I'm glad that you're happy to be here. And that always brings really good, happy emotions.
Right? Happy being together, being happy that you're on the show
Kaaren: together. Joyful vibrations, all of that
Will: positive energy. Yeah. Well it just so happens that we're talking today to someone that deals with. Vibrational frequencies of emotions. I love it. Yeah. So make sure that your vibrational rate is a happy one because this, this will make it more fun.
We are talking about [00:03:00] vibrational frequencies of emotions and how we get addicted to and attached to those emotions, whether they're good or bad, which in turn physically and metaphysically causes to operate on those frequencies. And sometimes even manifest into attachments that we bring with us to other lives.
Kaaren: I totally get it. Do you
Will: really well, hopefully you maybe you'll be able to explain it to me cause I'm a little lost. So our next guest is helping change. People's vibrational frequency through behavior modification, which in turn changes each individual's negative frequency, vibration and pattern. Now he's a hypnotist and a behavioral therapist in private practice.
He specializes in trauma PTSD. And he teaches mindfulness techniques to his patients in a behavior modification paradigm. Spiritual growth therapy or Sgt from here on out. No, that sounds very interesting. So you got it right? Sgt. Now, did you know that Sgt actually combined quantum mechanics metaphysics with [00:04:00] spiritual practices and it looks to bolster individual energetic frequencies to create everlasting.
With an understanding that we are all self healing and the purpose of life is to evolve the soul. Does that sound right?
Kaaren: Sounds good to me. Good.
Will: Our guests also writes fiction novels, right? He creates brash and impactful stories that he described as metaphor. For the shifting energies that exist in the universe. Karen, you were going to say something.
Kaaren: was, I was just going to say, you mentioned quantum mechanics and you've been talking about that a lot, but I really want everyone to know. You don't even have to know what that is to listen to this and to learn something, because this is really for everyone. Just not if you're super ingrained, I'm just putting that out there.
Okay. Okay. So
Will: then the, our expert on the topic, rather than have him just listen to us, drone on and on, let's bring him on today's guest PD, Aleva PD or. Nice to have you on the show today.
Paul Alleva: Yep. PD or fall.
Will: Okay. So I'm just going to [00:05:00] probably call you all kinds of things I mean, in the utmost respect, just because I'm terrible with names, but I've got your name written down here. So PD Alleva So the elephant in the room, right. Is a hypnosis we've heard so much about raising vibrations and changing thought patterns.
And we talked about law of attraction and right. Raising vibrational rates and all that kind of stuff. But I just got, I had to take a little detour talk about hypnosis, right? Cause that's, that's always been super esoteric and interesting, How does hypnosis work? I know here's the, the easy question for you.
How does it work?
Paul Alleva: How does it work? All right. Let's see. Best way to describe hypnosis. Don't think of it. Like in the, you see in the movies, you know, you got the watch going back and forth like that. You know, your eyes are getting sleepy. It's more like a guided meditation while we're doing this work.
Using imagery to instill a meaning beyond the trauma from the past. All right. Usually you'll use colors and [00:06:00] then we're creating the healing part of it in the present and the future as well, also with imagery. All right. So let's see. Best way to describe this. When someone experiences trauma and emotional event, the way your brain processes information, just from one hemisphere in that.
All right. So when somebody experiences a trauma gets stuck at one part of the brain, right? So think about somebody who an association with a trauma trigger is the color red. Somebody is walking down the street and they see a red car flashes and passes by. We have mind sees that the subconscious sees it and says, oh, we're in a traumatic.
So that's why I'm the, but there's actually no fear going on consciously. There's nothing going on. This is where the mind kind of it gets used. They able get, have panic attack. Don't do with the price of the episode. And this is where any adverse reaction to that. So what the hypnosis does is takes that [00:07:00] stuck memory that's in the brain, gets the brain to process it and put it into the past.
So then when you see the color red or said, person sees the color red, they don't the mind doesn't think that the traumas currently happened. It's like if I went to the beach and I took my hand, slammed it into the sand, hold my hand away. What's left in the sand, my hand print. So think of my hand and he event the sand is my brain.
All right. So the event goes, it passes, but the event. It's still there because the input is still there. So in hypnosis does a smooth, the Sandoval So the emotion and everything is in the path,
also had, gnosis also the same philosophy for EMDR eye movement, desensitization. We process it. Other other modalities are art. We can salvation remains. And then the gray one, as well as NLP neuro-linguistic programming with timeline therapy, all are kind of like a state of hypnosis in the Y, right?
It's a [00:08:00] focused state of concentration.
Kaaren: So does hypnosis work for everyone because you hear people say, oh, it didn't work for me or they couldn't hypnotize me. And then the other guy is acting like a chicken on stage, you know, like I don't mean to be, does
Will: it work for everyone? Do that once and you never hear the end of it for crying out loud,
Paul Alleva: Devin. If that doesn't work for everyone, let's see. I have not really come upon a. Where they weren't hypnotized, however, he's in point, I've never hypnotized everyone. Right. So if somebody would come from me, I would kind of assess their personality in which modality you actually use that I think is going to be the most effective for that person.
Okay. So if you think about somebody who is kind of like. Hard-headed type of person. I would probably use EMDR first for that person. If I have somebody who's more of an open they're very visual. I would go ahead and use a hypnosis. So have I ever tried to hypnotize somebody and it didn't work, then answer with.
Will: All right. while you're [00:09:00] talking, Karen been pointing at herself because she's, she's calling herself what hard-headed and stubborn, open-minded headed open-minded and stubborn old same time. Wow.
Kaaren: But I've always wanted to be hypnotized
Paul Alleva: if you want to have something funny though, you've always wanted to be in with guys when somebody comes to me and they have, they tell me that exact thing, right.
Al hypnotize them using what I call NLP hypnosis. Right? So NLP had notices as me using language and especially past tense, verbiage, present tense, future tense verbiage, and what stays. Use, I will instill an image with the person in the person's mind. So I'm, pamphletizing you without actually hypnotizing.
Will: So you could make us do things we could be hypnotized right now. That's exactly where I was headed. Like, okay. So fair warning. Everyone listening to us. Now we start seeing weird things that, you know, what is it goes against our character, you know, it's PDs doing. So be on the lookout.
Kaaren: If we didn't say weird things that like go against.
Paul Alleva: Yeah, I'll take all the blame.[00:10:00]
Will: All right. Well, we, we, we could go down this hypnosis rabbit hole for a long time, but I'm really, really curious about your modality, right? The Sgt, the spiritual growth therapy particularly. You talk about the fact that these types of things, these types of vibrational frequencies that come through with emotion, we tend to bring with us from life to life, to life.
Right. So, what can you tell us about, these emotional vibrational frequencies?
Paul Alleva: All right. So fear, anger, pride, anxiety, think anxiety, depression. I, these vibrational frequencies, according to science, have they studied with those emotions? Operate on anywhere between a hundred to 200 Hertz.
Okay. So what does that mean? Courage, neutrality, willingness and acceptance. We'll get that. We'll get
operates on 200 to 300 Hertz.
Will: And which were those again? Courage,
Paul Alleva: courage, [00:11:00] neutrality, willingness and acceptance.
Paul Alleva: Reason love joy and peace.
400 to 600 Hertz.
And then it might mint 700 plus.
Will: okay. I assume that you were able to measure these when someone comes in, come to you with, with anxiety or depression and you can measure the Hertz at which they're vibrating and your goal is to bring them up to at least two to 300 Hertz, but ideally 700 plus, right.
Paul Alleva: Ideally 700 plots and then you get there. When people come to me, we call it default mode. All right. What's the default emotion. What's the default belief system. What's the sensation, the false sensation. This is how people view. This is the lens of which people view. You can take two completely different people.
Say one who is an angry person versus one who is a, like a grateful person. And you can put them in the exact same situation. They'll see completely different. And that goes down to their beliefs, their internal belief systems, how they're [00:12:00] viewing the world right now, when you have this belief system, it comes with an emotion and emotional.
Entanglement to it. What is that? When somebody comes to me, must be we're coming for trauma. Yes. But let's go case in point with addiction. Right. If they're coming to me and they're saying that they're an anxious hearts, they're depressed parts. All right. So that's where I get the frequency from right there, offering this frequency.
One of the practices that they can do. To change out their frequency and live a more reasonable, joyful, peaceful type of life. This is where the behavior modification comes in to get them to actually live a life where they're feeling joy, gratitude, and peace on a daily basis.
Kaaren: So how do you measure someone's vibrations?
So that you'll know to bring them up to 700. I
Paul Alleva: should know this, or it should tell you that I don't actually measure their vibrations. Like the vibrational pattern that I just went over is more from [00:13:00] scientific studies right now. Everybody knows the digress. If you went to high school, you'd know that the fragment they are.
All right, but the Pharis was also a philosopher and healer and he used to heal people with vibrational frequency. All right. So that modality, ancient philosophy has been transferred over and stuff. Even this time. I, this is when, if you go to, you know, the crystal. Right. That's a vibrational frequency that helps the raise, the person's vibrational frequency as well.
Those types of modalities. So by these clients or patients engage in. Spiritual practices they're in turn raising their vibration. So, and in the way they affect opening up
Will: their mind. And I was going to ask that because the thing that pops to mind is a tuning fork, right? Being in a certain vibrational frequency is that the kind of thing by listening to different frequencies of sound is what helps you change your vibrational rates.
Paul Alleva: You can definitely do that [00:14:00] 100%. The, the crystal balls are great. There's a I use Pandora, right? So I have a Pandora as a radio station called 528 Hertz miracle radio. It's fantastic. That's the whole purpose now that you can listen to music. And it's amazing that when you start engaging in this type of light and these behaviors.
How your whole perspective changes, how you feel on a, on a daily basis. How you, I tell my face is all the time. You're not going. It's not where like, you're going to not feel stressed again. It's not like you're not going to feel sadness again or anger or any of those emotions where we're human beings.
Right. We're going to experience those emotions. The thing is that you're able to handle those emotions, learn from it and come out on.
Kaaren: So you're not getting sucked into the depths of depression or anxiety. That would be very helpful to a lot of people. Yeah,
Paul Alleva: exactly know. I'll even go out there. Well, I'll go there out there on a limit for myself.
It's, you know, we learned from Dylan, I [00:15:00] had suffered from severe depression most of my life. So I had to learn to do these things, myself, get out of the depression.
So I speak from experience and also from professional.
Kaaren: So not to get back down to that first rabbit hole, but can you use hypnosis to help people respond or change their behavior in these situations?
Paul Alleva: Change their behavior modify how
Kaaren: they react.
Paul Alleva: That's right. Go see hypnosis. Yeah. Cause you can say that because one of the hypnosis lifts B PTSD and the traumatic event, then the adverse behaviors are coming out. The negative coping skills, the anxiety, the panic. Drinking drugs, right? So yes, you do help the person to change their behaviors, but can I say you will meditate every single day for the rest of your life,
Paul Alleva: need that?
I'm not that powerful. [00:16:00] Don't downplay yourself. Everyone's got to put in the work themselves.
Kaaren: I knew there was a rub.
So, well it was asking about a tuning fork, but can you also, by surrounding yourself with people that are very happy, can you kind of change your vibrational frequency in that situation as well? Like, does that help?
Paul Alleva: 100%. We are the accumulation of the five people we hang out with most to those five people.
Negative Nellies as my mom would spend, what's going to happen, you know, a year you're going to become a negative. Now we were programmed. We take on in the environment, including the people that were on their personality traits.
Will: It stands to reason that if you surround yourself with five negative, Nancies, you're going to become a negative Nancy yourself in inversely. If you surround yourself with people who are positive, Paul's no pun [00:17:00] intended PD you become a positive Paul yourself, right? So what if, what would you say to someone.
Who wants to raise their vibrational rate, who wants to be happy? Who wants to be successful, but can't find a way to let go of those five negative Nancys or, or maybe not even negative, but people that we know are bad for you
Kaaren: or their family members.
Will: And they live with them. You can't, you just can't let go of like, how does someone, how do you overcome that, that challenge?
Paul Alleva: Understood. Alright, acceptance. Number one of that person, understanding compassion for that person as well, because that person got there and is like that for a reason. And you have to understand that that's their journey in life. Those are the things that they need to take care of. And I would see that person through that type of lens and you're, it's easier to accept that person.
It depends on really how toxic that is me. [00:18:00] I can always say love from afar. All right, right. If this is your mother, your father, all right. You can love them from afar and take them in small doses as you can. All right. Now there's also other meditative practices that you can do when you are with them to protect yourself.
A great one which is called the road. Which is funny because that's the title of my Saifai series as well. The roads is a meditative practice used by alchemists. And it's specifically to protect yourself when you're around, what's called the energy vampires,
energy vampires. That person you'd walk into a room and you, your energy, you feel tap emotionally that person's negativity is like sucking on your energy. All right. So there's the rose meditation, right? Pushes that negative energy out of your you're either. All right. You're still feel within yourself, right?
So you picture a rose at the end of your fingertips, but your handout just like that extra rows and your fingertips that [00:19:00] goes into the roots in the air. And as you're meditating on that, rose understand that everything between the rose and yourself is your personal stuff.
Nothing can enter your personal space without you giving it consent.
So if you practice this and you go into a place and all of a sudden you start feeling tired and you notice there's there, like there's some energy vampires around here. All you have to do is put your hand out real quick, make it look like the stretching. There's the rose. Take a deep breath in, push out all that negative energy.
I do that quite frequently, especially in my field
Kaaren: energy vampire. Because there are some people that they just suck it out of you and once you get home, you're like, oh
Will: yeah. And I recently spoke to someone about recreational raising vibrations and things like that. And we spoke about the the book, the soliciting prophecy that talks a lot about these types of things, where people maybe don't [00:20:00] realize that they're sucking your energy.
Because they're blocked off from the universal energies are around us. Right? We are all absorbing it as we go, but we have a sharing of energies with each other that is completely subconscious. We don't know that we're doing it until suddenly we feel like is being drained from us. And that typically comes from someone who isn't is somehow blocked off from it.
So it makes, it makes a lot of sense.
Kaaren: So there are unintentional energy vampires.
Paul Alleva: Yeah.
Paul Alleva: Exactly. Most of them are not doing.
Kaaren: So you mentioned the five people that you're around the most. Does it have to be five?
I mean, there's just three of us. Are we in the pandemic? No, I'm totally serious. Okay. I didn't know if like, you know, if you're, if you're lacking vibrations or, I mean, I want to know, do we got to find two more people to move them in with us because we have not left the house hardly at all during the pandemic.
Will: And when she's [00:21:00] about to ask you what you were doing, because she needs to add people, she wants you to be her, you know, a group. So you, you talk about these types of things carrying on from life to life. Now I've spoken to people who do past life regressions and things like that. And there's definitely a running thread where troubles or traumas that you've encountered in past lives sometimes follow you into others, but I don't think we've ever tied them down to emotional vibrational frequencies.
Which makes sense, but how you would think when you die, you hit like a reset button, but apparently you don't. Right. How does it, how does it stay inside you? If, if you are really not that same person anymore, physically,
Kaaren: and then how do you heal a trauma from a past life so that you can fix this life?
Paul Alleva: Remember, we're all energy, you know, we're all, we're all quantum, we're all energy. [00:22:00] Well, I went around moving around, right? So that's, our soul is part of that energy as well. So within ourselves, we are operating on a frequency
Will: that makes sense. Sorry. I am taking notes as we speak.
Kaaren: So you were talking about how we're all energy flowing.
Will: It make sense then if we, if you mentioned we're all energy, I guess then our energies. Would be vibrating at the same rate as that, which we were in before we died.
So then there's a terrible if we're carrying out from one life to life, does that mean that in the afterlife we are constantly afraid or anxious or have anger issues when we're in ether? Like it is it is there, is there a soul out there who's just potentially going around like panting people because he's mad at him.
Paul Alleva: Well, there is something called a having an outright frequency, different vibrational frequency [00:23:00] as well. The very pain when I was writing is one of my parts that I was running, presenting the American Len Jerry. And this was about reincarnation. So I was thinking about reincarnation, how somebody who goes through to Maddox experiences and were addicted to that traumatic experience.
We're objected to those emotions that takes us to the next life. And hence, that's what karma. And that's where our spiritual contract comes to go through in this life. And all of the obstacles we're going to come to in this life. That's kind of like the theory behind these vibrational frequencies have caused this to come into the new life for us to go through that adversity, to overcome it.
You know, if the meaning of life is to live the purpose of life, therefore it has to be to evolve. We're here to, we. So, how do you evolve, evolve through overcoming adversity and raising your vibrational frequency?
Will: Well, that, that makes great sense to me. It, it, but it's [00:24:00] always a lot easier said than done, right?
So that's where we need people. Like you who know how to change it, to get it done.
Paul Alleva: So
Kaaren: then is the ultimate goal to raise your vibrational frequency to that level where you just ascend and you're done.
Paul Alleva: I believe so now, remember, we're still just in theories, right? So most people say you're going to go through multiple lives, multiple lives and sooner or later you're going to become your higher self.
So, and that's a frequency, that's a frequent vibrational frequency as well. So going through all the adversity overcoming, continuously evolving to raise your vibration. Okay.
Kaaren: And how, how do you help people? Like how do you, I don't know. How do you, how you work with them?
Paul Alleva: Behavior modification B mostly behavior modification. And when I go into substance abuse treatment facilities in one group, when I go, I [00:25:00] have a client that comes to me then. You know, with suffering from addiction or, or really any album, right?
What is the, we need behavior modification, especially for a ditch. What is addiction? A disease he fell? What actually is it? It's a behavior. It's a coping skill and it's a coping skill that works right. You've taught your mind that by doing drugs, alcohol, whatever it is, it solves the problem that is. It's a behavior and that behavior needs to be changed up.
Right? So behavior modification, but I always start with is keep things simple and fuchsia set up the best life is simple. We humans and system making it complicated, keep it simple. This is the simplest thing that anybody can ever do. It just takes two things. Discipline and consistency. You're making a list of seven different behaviors.
Behaviors that raise the vibration. Thanks. Meditation exercise, going for a [00:26:00] walk, doing a gratitude list, prayer, reading, anything. It comes down to the individual person. You want to take a mix of things that you've done in the past that, you know, Hey, when I played basketball, I feel good. Okay. That's a raised vibration.
Write down basketball and a couple that you haven't done before. The goal is to do three every day. And you want to do all seven, three times each in one week. Why is that number one? You don't know, what's really going to work and you want to make sure you try a couple that you didn't want to do. Because usually my experience is those are the ones that people love the fast, and they're still doing hopefully years later.
And you want to mix it up. You want them. Especially with early recovery people. In addition to early recovery, you want the variety in early recovery, they get bored like that, and it's off to the races. Right? You want to mix it up, Eva? Fresh. Likes it up. And then what do you do is you assess what works? I know there's three things that I love to do every day.[00:27:00]
Right. And I hope I do all three. Life does happen. I need to get at least one, it meditate. I'll sit quietly for about 30 minutes. Okay. Listen to the birds, listen to the wind. If the thoughts are racing, thoughts out of their head, go for a two mile walk. Those are the things that help to raise my vibration.
So when all of a sudden something happens, life happens the roller coaster ride. It's going to go up. I'm going to go down when it goes up. All right, I'm good. I can handle it when it goes down. I know what to do in order to get to. Client comes to me and they're having a panic attack or we're going to having some severe anxiety over the last, whatever period of time.
I'd say, this is perfect. This is life happens for you. Not to you. This is partly, this is happening for you. So you can learn how to get through the anxiety and come out on top. And you're going to feel anxiety again, sometime in the future. And your life could be 10 years from now, 20 years from now. It's going to happen.
Learn how to cope with it.
Kaaren: And I love what you said about just even [00:28:00] going for a walk. I mean, that's simple. You don't need any equipment, you know, unless it's a downpour, you don't really have an excuse, not to just easy things that you can do at home that can really help change your life. Tremendously. I love that.
Paul Alleva: Yes. And try to make them not dependent on any outside source event or person making sure that it is. You can meditate anywhere. You can do a gratitude list anyway, and this goes case in point, like I'm Southern USA, hang out with my kids. All right. What if your kids are somewhere else? So what happens when they get old?
Right? Or somebody will say addiction, wives go to a meeting. What happened last year during the pandemic, people with decades of sobriety were relapsed. They couldn't get to a meeting. My question to them is what I gave the same way. You're telling me in 20 years, he couldn't learn another helping scale.
Multiple coping skills. You need to have multiple. We need to know what they are or need to. It's like falling in love with yourself. As in whether you believe in an afterlife [00:29:00] or you believe that once we're gone, it's over the lights app, either way, you are going to be with yourself for eternity, you might as well start loving yourself.
Kaaren: That makes a lot of sense. So just one more thing, that gratitude list you were talking about. You said, look at it every day. Is it write a new one every day or do you write one and then just kind of go over it, like asking for very specific details. So I'll know what to do. I want to do it right.
Paul Alleva: Understood. I'm going to say, you know what, when you started and then you continuously do it like today I have my gratitude we're off. Right, right. See them right there. Every time I touch my gratitude rock, I'll keep it in my pocket. I'll say something I'm playful for enough. Sometimes I'm just grateful for them.
And now I'll be it's in my pocket to go grab my keys. When I'm walking home with my boys and I unlocked the door and I say, I love this month. This is the best moment ever, just being with my kids at that moment. Anything, it could be anything, whatever you're grateful for, it could be the wind could be [00:30:00] a rainy day.
Will: I, I love this because it's so simple, but it makes perfect sense. It just, it, it, you don't think about that. W your example of the person in recovery group. is a, is, is the perfect example because you're right during COVID times suddenly you couldn't go to these support groups. So you had to rely on, on yourself once again.
So great point to make these behaviors, self reliant. You can't really rely on anybody else. So Karen, I'm sorry, I can't be your relying buddy anymore. You're on your own. Are
Kaaren: you celebrating? Let's do that
Will: right. Well, I do want to talk a little bit about your, your books because you. Topic rate very close and dear to my heart on one side, which is science fiction, but you also do horror, which is something I don't really get [00:31:00] into. Some would say they can be one in the same, but, but. Your stories, the books that you write really are wrapped around this metaphysical rapper, for lack of a better word, you call them metaphors.
Right. Which makes a lot of sense, but can you give us some examples of some of the books that you've written that people that listening into the show could kind of relate to
Paul Alleva: So go through, move out case in point. What are the fuck I was talking about before with just presenting the marriage of Kellyanne and Jerry denim. And this is a it's dark fiction. It could say dark fantasy. It's also drama and it's also spiritual and inspirational as well. So it takes place in Jerry is a.
Famous act, but he's down on his luck. He was going through a hard time. He's gone down the path of alcoholism and his living in New York with his [00:32:00] wife, their two kids, he decides to commit suicide is been in severe depression. He decides to hang himself. But what happens is when he hangs himself before he actually dies of voice and his smart TV holds him into the TV, into another.
All right. There's a reason behind that at the same time I need to go over. So there's a protest happening in LA over a terrorist prisoner. That's about to be extradited to his country. Right. And there's a link between the prisoner and Jerry. All right. So what happens is when Jerry goes into the other dimension, he has to go through all the traumas in his life to overcome.
Right in order to change his vibration because it's a spoiler alert. So we don't want to hear the end of the story that's powered for about 10 seconds your leaders. So what do you happen to find out is that the terrorist prisoner and Jerry are the same [00:33:00] assault?
The evil components that exist outside of the universe, wanted Jerry to go through all those traumas and ill himself. Guess what? He takes those attachments to the next slide. As the prisoner, he becomes a terrorist, which you'll find out in the novel well result in world war three. If this terrorist prisoner gets extradited through other spiritual wealth.
Now in order for him to go into. Get rid of those attachments is when they, why the spirits that are good, all him into this other. So when he goes to his next life, it's more of an enlightened life and not the opposite.
Kaaren: It sounds like he needed a tuning
Will: fork. Hey, that's my joke. Oh, sorry.
Kaaren: Yeah, it sounds really interesting.
Will: It's really fascinating. And something that's really right up my alley and I definitely would have bought the book if you hadn't spoiled the ending for me. So thanks for, yeah, you'll read it anyway. I [00:34:00] probably will. Can you tell me, could you tell me the name of that book again?
Paul Alleva: It's not everything. Oh, Kellyanne and Jerry Dell. So I would say that's more literary, dark fiction. You wanted to put something on it and it's definitely drama. I have other books like that as well. Indifference, that's definitely literary coming of age novel, but I misdiagnosed paranoid schizophrenic who has discovered he has healing powers on one night during a in New York city.
Tiny moments in time as a family saga, or I have to imagine it's metaphysical, right? And that's about immortality. And then we have the row series. That's my scifi fantasy series. That's about alien vampires attempting to subjugate the human population after world war three. And there's a lot of spirituality, a lot of alchemy in there.
And now for me is the magic Betsy. I'm coming out October 5th and that is my heart novel. And that [00:35:00] is, I love I'm a psychologist. Right? I love writing billings. That's true
Kaaren: stories in there. There was this one guy. I mean, we'll call him.
Paul Alleva: Well,
Will: you're going to have to send me a little. Of these books so that we can put them in the show notes so they can, anyone who's interested in these books can just go right to the show notes and hit the direct link to order the books directly. Because I know I'm going, I'm a to Karen's point that the rose is, is really literally right up my alley.
So I'm really excited to read that one for sure.
Paul Alleva: Are they available on Amazon? It is on Amazon and Gollum. The horror one will be available. I'll have it on there Thursday for pre-order for October.
If you like the silence of the lambs, the shining books like that, you'll love Gollum.
Will: Nope. Those are Karen's favorite types of books,
Paul Alleva: I'll say.
Will: [00:36:00] Well, and I also know that you've got a newsletter, right? That you.
Paul Alleva: Yes, I did. Those are once a month. My website, ed Aleve, and.com. You could sign up for it. And that's mostly about my buck. There were a lot of events, prizes, giveaways, and definitely free boxes. Hmm.
Will: Great. Well, we'll definitely add that link to our show notes as well. So you can subscribe to that from there directly.
We've got you on Instagram at PDL Eva underscore author. We've got Facebook PDL, Eva author. We've got Twitter. We've got Amazon website. Good reads. BookBub we've got all kinds of links for you in our show notes. So, make sure that you. Check out our show notes so you can get these direct links and go to these places on your own without having to remember all the names, but PD, it's been a great conversation.
If there's one last message that you wanted to make sure that our audience heard from you, is there anything that you want to leave them with?
Paul Alleva: Yeah. [00:37:00] Raise your vibration. Get 'em remember fear. I'll just put this out there. Fear creates stress, stress shuts down your immune system. How long stress creates illness, sickness, cancer of heart attack though. Flu COVID everything and allows all that stuff. The stress live a healthy life at the very least whatever you got to do, live a healthy life, raise your vibrational pattern and shut off every news network and never listen to any of it in your life, because it's all to you.
Will: I learned that first from firsthand experience of the past year. Definitely turn off the. Oh, all right. Well, PD, thank you so much for coming on the show. Really
Paul Alleva: appreciate it.
Will: We look forward to reading some of your books and maintaining contact with you at this point, want to say, thank you so much.
And thank you
Paul Alleva: listener
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It's been fun.
Kaaren: It has been. I love it.
Will: Thank you for having me. You are always welcome, but listener that's all for now. Thanks again for joining us on this journey of discovery. We'll see you on the next episode of the skeptic metaphysician until then take care.