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The Mind Solution

'I would advise anyone seeking another piece for their healing puzzle to read The Mind Solution.' – Steve Ozanich

The #1 Amazon Bestseller!

Featuring a foreword by Steve Ozanich, author of the International Bestseller The Great Pain Deception: Faulty Medical Advice is Making us Worse and a contribution from renowned mindbody coach Rebecca Tolin, who tells the inspiring story of how she overcame Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).

The world is facing an unprecedented epidemic of chronic disease. It is a generally recognised fact in the medical community today that psychological stress is a major factor in most chronic illnesses, including heart disease and cancer. Recent scientific findings not only support this hypothesis, they suggest it does not go far enough. Nonetheless, conventional medicine continues to treat disorders like ALS, Alzheimer’s disease, autoimmune diseases, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, chronic pain, food intolerances, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome via physical modalities such as medications, surgery and physiotherapy. As Doctor Gabor Maté has observed, it is now normal to be miserable, alienated and in pain. Albert Einstein said that, ‘Insanity is repeating the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.’ Clearly, we have gotten something fundamentally wrong. The world is crying out for a real, lasting solution to the physical, mental and spiritual turmoil of the 21st century.

My story is an extreme example of the problems confronting all of us. After more than a decade of chronic symptoms including pain, digestive issues, food intolerances, brain fog, depression, anxiety and chronic fatigue, I was poleaxed by severe back pain. My other symptoms intensified and multiplied. Five doctors and an osteopath provisionally diagnosed me with autoimmune disease. Ankylosing Spondylitis, Crohn's disease and Celiac disease were the leading suspects. One doctor told me that I was, 'the worst autoimmune patient I have ever seen.' At my worst, I needed a wheelchair to travel more than 200 feet due to chronic hip and back pain. For four months I was unable to eat anything other than 1000 daily calories of mushrooms, almond milk and cucumbers because I reacted terribly to all other foods. I could only sleep in a sun lounger. I had visible ribs and looked like a prisoner of war. With my procedures cancelled due to lockdown, I was left to fend for myself.

In my desperation, I prayed for help. Then I found Healing Back Pain, a book by Dr. John Sarno. Doctor Sarno identified misunderstanding and repressed emotions as the causes of most pain and other symptoms. His advice was to ‘think psychological’ and resume normal activities. Astonishingly, most of his patients made full recoveries, provided they accepted his diagnosis of TMS (The Mindbody Syndrome). In a world of fear, Sarno’s was a rare voice of hope and reassurance. I later encountered the work of Steven Ray Ozanich, Dr. Marc Sopher, Dr. Schubiner, Dr. David Schechter, Georgie Oldfield, Nicole Sachs and others and made a complete recovery with TMS methods.

Now I am fully healed. I do not take any medication, herbs or supplements (except one daily Vitamin D pill). I do not eat a special diet. In fact, I eat a lot of junk food. I can run a 10k in 40 minutes, climb mountains, hike 18 miles, and lift weights. This book explains exactly how I did it, and the lessons learned from more than a decade of suffering and recovery. It is the book I wish I had when I was sick and contains insights relevant to anyone suffering from a chronic illness or mental health problem. In this book, questions will be answered and the truth will be revealed.

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Ego's Odyssey

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Ego’s Odyessy is a psychological fantasy inspired by Greco-Roman mythology.

Following a terrible shipwreck, the young deck-hand Ego washes ashore on the uncharted island of Tyria, in the Olearic Sea. He wakes in the Snake-Temple of Esklepios, suffering from the plague and a broken back. His beautiful and mysterious nurse, Anima, uses very strange methods to heal her patients: she interprets their dreams, dreams sent to them by the god Eskelpios, and makes them talk about themselves. Ego learns that his illness and injuries originate in the mind, not the body, and that to be cured, he must peer into the darkest corners of his soul, and relive the horrors he endured aboard ship.

He makes a full and miraculous recovery, but when he moves into the opulent palace of Tyria, and makes the acquaintance of the eccentric hermit Mentor the Madman, he soon discovers that there is more to Anima, the island of Tyria, and life itself, than he could ever have imagined. His physical odyessy may be over, but his spiritual journey has just begun. For Mentor promises to reveal Forbidden Wisdom known only to the gods themselves: the secrets of life, health, magic, enlightenment and immortality.
Not recommended for under 18's. 

Ego's Iliad

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Ego’s Iliad, the sequel to Ego's Odyssey, is a psychological fantasy inspired by Greco-Roman mythology.

Seeking to fulfil the prophecy of Mentor the Magician, Ego returns to his homeland of Aeonia to save his ailing mother and become king. He wields the Stone of Destiny, an ancient crystal of great power, and is accompanied on his quest by Mentor, his crew, his knave of a half-brother and his shapeshifting half-sister, the demigoddess Anima. They arrive to find the land ravaged by civil war. Thraxa has slaughtered most of the royal family and taken the capital, Aeos, built on the slopes of a dormant volcano. The tyrant is backed by the dark god Archon the Dread, Mentor's enemy of seven-thousand-years, the beautiful goddess Gyke the Temptress, whose touch turns mortals to stone, and the bloodthirsty giant Memnon the Bold, who is invincible – provided he wears his golden armour. They are opposed by the Royalist army of King Cretos, a feckless puppet of the warlord Phaetor. Ego's telekinesis and apparent fulfilment of the prophecy win him supporters and enemies in the Royalist camp. But whilst the Royalists fight among themselves, Archon uses magic to cause a distraction, and Thraxa the Cruel orders an all-out attack…

Ego will face gods, giants, krakens, minotaurs, famine, plague, griffins and a dragon. If he is to have a hope of victory, he must learn the power of belief. Belief, and good old-fashioned treachery – a sword that cuts both ways...

Not recommended for under 18's. 


Hitler's Duchess

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November 1944. Against the desperate backdrop of a doom-laden Reich, Duchess Walpurga von Croy has stolen a dossier containing kompromat on Hitler and the other Nazi leaders from her lover and boss, SS Colonel Alaric Storch. Walpurga’s beauty, charm and guile make her as dangerous as 100,000 enemy soldiers. The information in the file is so damaging it could be used to blackmail Hitler into surrender. She offers the Americans the file, on condition her former lover, American tycoon turned OSS agent Richard Adler, is the only one to escort her from her palace in Salzburg to the OSS station in Zurich. In 1932, Walpurga attempted to recruit Adler to participate in the Business Plot against FDR, but he refused and reported her to the authorities. Because of their complicated history, OSS spymaster Allen Dulles suspects a trap.

But Walpurga is an extremely enigmatic woman. Who is she really working for? What disturbing revelations about Hitler does her file contain? What is her true motivation? And does she hate Adler, or love him?

Adler parachutes deep behind enemy lines disguised as an SS officer, meets the Duchess and embarks on a perilous train journey through the treacherous alpine regions of Nazi Germany, fraught with unwitting saboteurs, air raids, suspicious policemen, wounded soldiers and the Blond SS Beast, Alaric Storch.


The Black Prince of Venice

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Valentine’s day, 1950. CIA officer Richard Adler is invited to the engagement party of two old wartime ‘friends': his former lover, Princess Francesca Vespucci, and the ex-fascist Prince Valentino Borgatti. At the end of the war, Adler helped Borgatti escape from partisan-held territory so he could work for the CIA as an anti-communist. During the operation, Adler was wounded by a landmine and left for dead. While he recuperated in hospital, the princess cheated on him with Borgatti. So when the CIA ask Adler to find out what he can about the enigmatic Black Prince, whose loyalties are uncertain, he gladly accepts the opportunity to dig up dirt on his old rival.

But soon, Adler has bigger concerns. The Italian secret police come to him for help; they have received an anonymous tip off about a bomb threat, and a clue hinting at the location of a device. Adler must race against the clock to prevent the destruction of Venice’s famous monuments during carnival.

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The Toll of Troy

Rupert Evesham wrote a novel. A very curious novel about the legendary Ancient Greek hero Odysseus and his adventures following the sack of Troy. More curious still, Rupert’s debilitating illness improved significantly while writing his blood and thunder tale, a fact he attributed to the therapeutic effect of expressing archaic repressed emotions in the form of a fantasy.

According to the ancient poet Homer, Odysseus’ twelve ships left Troy laden with treasure. Eleven of the ships were destroyed by the Laestrygonians, a race of giant cannibals. The barque captained by Odysseus himself, containing the pick of the plunder, survived the rocks of the giants, but was eventually wrecked in the Ionian Sea. In his novel, Rupert included a map pinpointing the location of this treasure ship. He went on to describe how Odysseus retrieved the treasure from the seabed and buried it somewhere on his island kingdom of Ithaca. The book found a publisher, but the world ignored it.

Except for one man: Konstantin Cyclopes, a larger than life Greek fascist war veteran, amateur archaeologist and shipbuilding magnate cosy with the right-wing Colonel’s regime. Not realising that Rupert's book was a work of fiction, Cyclopes searched for Odysseus' ship using the enclosed map as a guide.

What he found stunned everyone, including Rupert. A shipwreck, carbon dated to circa 1200 BC (the estimated time of the Trojan War), containing four gold rings and a brooch. Claiming to have discovered the long-lost barque of Odysseus, Cyclopes’ find received international press coverage.

Then, out of the blue, the shipbuilder offers Rupert $1 million for the precise location of the buried treasure on Ithaca. As he considers how to proceed, Rupert is forced to entertain the possibility that his novel was actually a memoir of his past life as Odysseus and that the Trojan treasure might be real after all. Not recommended for under 18's.

The Son of Christ: The Secret Gospel of John The Apostle

John Burrows had terminal lung and throat cancer. The doctors gave him 3 months. With mere days left to live, John hobbled into his local church and said the following prayer, ‘Christ, if you heal me, I swear I will do whatever you want. My soul is yours to command.’

Then he had a vision. Christ came to him in the Holy Land, placed his hand on John’s head and said, ‘your faith has made you well’. Miraculously, he was healed then and there. The tumours shrank, almost instantaneously. His doctors could not believe it.

After being told by Christ that he is the reincarnation of the Beloved Disciple, John the Apostle, Burrows is given a mission by his holy benefactor. A mission to retrieve the secret book of John, hidden for centuries beneath the crypt of a chapel on the Greek island of Patmos, where John was exiled in the Roman era. This scroll contains secret sayings, hitherto reserved exclusively for the twelve disciples, that are the key to the mystery of Christ. It is to be the culmination of his work as a prophet and would represent the greatest biblical find in centuries, greater even than the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi codices.

But there’s one catch. John must bring his brother, James, an ordained bishop in the Catholic Church. The two men do not see eye to eye on anything, despite John’s recent conversion and his newfound ability to perform miracles, for James is afflicted by doubt. They must learn to work together if they are to overcome the forces of darkness ranged against them.

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The Simple Solution: The Keys to Healing and Enlightenment with Doctor John Sarno, Carl Jung, TMS, Presence, Active Imagination, Doctor David R. Hawkins, Hermes Trismegistus, Buddha and Jesus Christ

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Following his incredible recovery from a severe illness, Robert Ensor has written this book to combat information overload by simplifying the hard-won lessons he has learned about healing, manifesting and spirituality.


The late Doctor John Sarno revealed that most pain and other chronic symptoms were not caused by physical abnormalities, but by stress hidden from sufferers’ awareness, along with fear of the symptoms and the associated physical restrictions. Dr. Sarno’s catch-all term for stress-related ailments like Fibromyalgia, chronic back, neck, knee and hip pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), indigestion, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and more was The Mindbody Syndrome (TMS).


Part 1 of this book provides an efficient, clear, step-by-step guide through the TMS healing process from the perspective of a mindbody coach who has fully recovered. The author explains what TMS is, how he healed many of the common mindbody symptoms, how confusion, fear and lack of proper information are at the root of so many modern health complaints, as well as Doctor Sarno's core concepts and how they have been successfully applied.


In Part 2, the teachings of sages ancient and modern, including Christ, Hermes, Buddha and Carl Jung are concisely summarized and interpreted, so the reader can easily comprehend their timeless wisdom and put it into practice. The mysteries of spirituality are revealed here with stunning simplicity. And as Occam’s razor is often stated, ‘The simplest solution is usually the correct one.’

May be read as a standalone title.

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The Golden Tablets of Thoth Hermes: The Great Pyramid, The Deluge and The Gods of Atlantis

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Cairo, 1953. Egyptologist Percy Manville has a fever dream in hospital. A dream in which the Egyptian god of wisdom, Thoth, shows him the location of a long-lost hall of records beneath the Great Pyramid of Giza. The records contain the history of Atlantis, and Percy is instructed to find them. Miraculously delivered from a near-fatal bout of malaria, Manville and his genteel whippet Cecil set out on a madcap expedition to uncover the secrets of the lost civilisation. A gang of ex-Nazi Ahnenerbe, Percy’s longtime archaeological rival, Phineas ‘Pomegranate’ Smith, and a series of fiendish traps stand in his way…

Perfect for fans of Graham Hancock, Ian Fleming, Indiana Jones, Uncharted, Tomb Raider, Dick Adler, and Flashman, The Golden Tablets of Thoth Hermes: The Great Pyramid, The Deluge and The Gods of Atlantis, is a rollicking adventure story filled with esoteric insights and a detailed history of Atlantis recorded by the legendary antediluvian sage, Hermes Trismegistus.

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