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Bosurgi Syndrome is the Topic of Newly-Released Book, 'The Mind Shaman'

The Fascinating Book Explains about how the Newly-Discovered Syndrome Can be a Chief Cause of Anxiety, Fear, Depression, and More

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Luca Bosurgi, Ph.D., DHyp, LCCH, MBSCH, CH, founder and director of the Bosurgi Syndrome Institute, has just published his new book "The Mind Shaman." The book, which is available on Amazon, provides readers with an in-depth explanation of a new syndrome called the Bosurgi Syndrome, a state of unresolved codependency after puberty which Luca Bosurgi says is the main cause of anxiety, fears, lack of self confidence, codependency, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, and much more.

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"The Mind Shaman" follows the journey of a wealthy young man named Liam, who is both battling and resolving addiction and often-intense feelings of anxiety, fears, and depression. Liam's compelling story explores the Bosurgi Syndrome and its impact on the young man's life.

For the first time ever, Luca Bosurgi defines codependency as a natural and healthy instinct that occurs until a child reaches puberty.  At that point, he states, it should release itself. However, if this feeling of codependency remains dominant—in other words, if the person has a continuation of dependency on external leadership throughout his or her adult life— it will result in a portion of the adult mind responding to life's events just like a vulnerable 10-year-old child would.

"'The Mind Shaman' reveals a new way of releasing codependency as told through the story of a young man's exploration, discovery and redemption," Luca Bosurgi says, adding that his new novel describes the Bosurgi Syndrome's magnitude and impact in both society and everyone's personal lives.

"'The Mind Shaman' opens the readers' eyes and offers precious tools to permanently clear fears, anxiety, stress, lack of self-confidence, depression, emotional dependency and struggles, and many more symptoms predominant in today's world."

Anybody who would like to learn more about the Bosurgi Syndrome is welcome to visit Luca Bosurgi's website; those who wish to order "The Mind Shaman" may do so directly through the Amazon website.

About Luca Bosurgi:

Luca Bosurgi, Ph.D., DHyp, LCCH, MBSCH, CH, founder and director of the Bosurgi Syndrome Institute, is a board certified and licensed clinical hypnotherapist, a highly experienced life coach and a master spiritual counselor. He has formal training and clinical experience in psychology, metaphysics, life coaching, spiritual counseling and hypnotherapy for over two decades. Luca is the creator of CognitiveOS Hypnosis (R) and specializes in helping his clients resolve psychological issues and blockages, such as depression, lack of self-confidence, fears, anxiety, co-dependency, self destructive addiction patterns, anger and confusion. Born in Rome, Luca has lived in several cities across the world and traveled extensively, researching and expanding his understanding and knowledge about the meaning of life, the mechanics of the mind and how it relates to our journey of spiritual evolution. He discovered the power of hypnosis in the early 1990's in London. Luca was individually trained by Michael Joseph, the founder and President of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and publisher of the European Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. Clinical Hypnosis combined with his comprehensive knowledge of metaphysics, psychology and ancient mind/spirit healing techniques has become the foundation of Luca's new form of psychotherapy, the CognitiveOS Hypnosis (R). He was also a Venture Capitalist for most of his professional life, managing his own investment funds. After three decades of sharing his life between his healing mission and the world of banking, seven years ago he sold his business and moved to Los Angeles, where he lives with his family, to establish his CognitiveOS Hypnosis (R) school and the Santa Monica practice. For more information, please visit http://bsi-us.com/

Media Contact: Bosurgi Syndrome Institute, Bosurgi Syndrome Institute of California, (800) 861-3413, [email protected]

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