New Novel Shares Methods for Naturally Cultivating Mental and Physical Health

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Frank Ong recounts his spiritual journey to recovery

Frank Ong lived a conventionally successful and healthy life, but somehow found himself facing an uphill battle with depression and multiple heart failures. When Western medicine failed him in his physical rehabilitation, he turned to dated methods of healing that provided him with a spiritual revival. Ong shares his philosophical memoir in “The Quest: A Journey of Overcoming Modern-Day Problems Through Ancient Solutions in Spirituality Without Religiosity.”

The principles outlined in “The Quest” are grounded in ancient Chinese and Buddhist teachings. Ong shows how to analyze and overcome modern day problems – such as romance, financial strife and mental disparity and physical ailments – by harnessing tried and true wisdoms.

Ong has tailored his work for a spiritual audience without connecting to a specific religious denomination. Ong uses his own struggles as proof of the power these Eastern philosophies provide. He chronicles his battle with depression and multiple surgeries, showing how mental empowerment can lead to improved physical health.

“There is a strong connection between mental and physical health, as well as the mind and the heart, that is often overlooked in Western culture,” Ong said. “The Quest traverses two roads. The first is looking at preventative steps to avoid mental or physical ailments. The second, is to provide practical solutions to everyday problems.”

“The Quest: A Journey of Overcoming Modern-Day Problems Through Ancient Solutions”
By Frank Ong
ISBN: 9781543741346 (hardcover) 9781543741339 (softcover)
Available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble

About the author
Frank Ong has been an oil trader for nearly three decades after receiving his Bachelor of Economics degree from National University of Malaysia. Ong has traveled to various monasteries and temples throughout Asia studying and practicing meditation for over a decade.
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