Acupuncture of The Mind

Acupuncture of The Mind

by Goran Zivanovic


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780648184621
Publisher: Gothic Zen Studios
Publication date: 12/11/2017
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Goran Zivanovic embraces psychological realism as his native writing style, because it's less emotionally shielded than other genres. Inspiration always begins with limitations and it's this perspective that forms the blueprint for all of Goran's literary and visual arts pieces. He owns a Bachelor of Film Production degree and a teaching qualification. Goran has won awards in many artistic disciplines, such as creative writing, film and photography. This led to the establishment of Gothic Zen Studios, a small film production house in Australia. Goran's ultimate motivation is to inspire others to explore the limitless worlds of expression through literature and digital storytelling, without fear or judgement.

Table of Contents



the day after dying

letting go

internal struggle

beyond context

psychiatry is an addiction

it begins with G and ends with Bliss

dim light

diving into a tunnel

alien interaction




sexual being


power socket

the Bible vs God

1964 and the beast


Catholics on the line

inside out

touch, but don’t feel

the nerve of humans

charity case

vital signs



illusions of delusions

a bookworm turns


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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I started reading Acupuncture Of The Mind after my friend told me about it. She described it as deep, intellectual and as being able to shake up your beliefs and reality. Well, she was totally right. It took me a while to get through it because it's such an intense read, but I'm glad I persisted. If you're curious about psychology, supernatural, paranormal, UFOs or even religion, you could get something meaningful out of this. I reckon it'd make a great book club discussion book (but only for the open minded).