Religion can be addictive, and like all drugs, it becomes toxic when abused.
Julian Marcus is a priest who does not claim to be anyone other than someone like you. He bleeds, laughs, cries, hates and loves - just like you. He questions religion, New Age mantras, and the presence of extraterrestrials - just like you sometimes do.
Unlike you, Julian is on the edge of a mental breakdown. He's questioning freewill, authority and the meaning of his fractured life with unforgiving arrogance. A deeply philosophical journal houses these unfiltered, blasphemous observations. It's also where he realises there's nothing sinful about losing his mind every now and then, or testing the waters of life - no matter what the Pope, a prophet, a guru or little grey men tell him.
My name is Bliss Stone, Head of Psychiatry at Cathedral Haven, and I invite you to experience Julian's controversial words for yourself. Julian is not a patient; he is the unconventional founder of our psychiatric clinic.
Acupuncture of The Mind still haunts me to this very day. I am most fortunate.
|Publisher:||Gothic Zen Studios|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)|
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Table of Contents
the day after dying
psychiatry is an addiction
it begins with G and ends with Bliss
diving into a tunnel
the Bible vs God
1964 and the beast
Catholics on the line
touch, but don’t feel
the nerve of humans
illusions of delusions
a bookworm turns
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Not Enough Acupuncture?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
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).