We are all suffering with The Spiritual Malady to a greater of lesser degree. We all feel a sense of dis-ease bordering on despair at times.

We all want to be happy but to enjoy lasting happiness, first we must attain peace of mind.

Ren Koi explains exactly how you can attain peace of mind and enjoy lasting happiness via ten simple lessons.

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The Spiritual Malady by Ren Koi



Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite

A willingness to change is a gift and a new way of living is possible. The Spiritual Malady: How to Attain Peace of Mind and Lasting Happiness by Ren Koi is an uplifting and thought-provoking book that gives ten simple lessons to benefit readers who are looking for positive transformation in their lives. The book is about being courageous in looking at character defects that can cause blocks and keep people in the same conditioned patterns of behavior. Following the ten simple tools is useful to all those who find life difficult and challenging, want peace of mind and happiness, and want to change themselves. The book aims to help readers to attain the peace of mind and happiness that comes with change.

The insights in The Spiritual Malady: How to Attain Peace of Mind and Lasting Happiness by Ren Koi are profound and will motivate readers to examine themselves and make positive changes by detaching from the desires, aversions, and ignorance of the ego-mind. The author’s approach to a relevant topic is fresh. The strategies and definitions are not complicated and can be incorporated and practiced in life. What connects readers with the book is the author’s personal stories and experiences which will motivate them towards healing humanity. Books like this are helpful and useful in current times when the challenges in society are becoming greater and when readers know they need to be strong mentally, spiritually, and emotionally.

Reviewed by Arrowyn Ambrose: www.arrowyn.com

Ren Koi has a beautiful and highly articulate way of weaving together Buddhism and Christianity, among others, with Alcoholics Anonymous’s Program of Recovery into a very thought-provoking and compassionate plea for presence as an antidote to suffering. His understanding of substance use disorders and compulsive behaviour and ability to highlight the complexity of internal causes while giving real solutions based on his own lived experience are what make his book and AA so potent and powerful; one alcoholic helping another. I hope his work gets on the lists of suggested readings for recovery because I believe his experience, strength, and hope can greatly benefit others, and is doing so as we speak. Thank you, Ren, for putting yourself out there to help others. That is the mark of true service. And as we know, being of service is the key to long sobriety and happiness.