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Running the Spiritual Path: A Runner's Guide to Breathing, Meditating, and Exploring the Prayerful Dimension of the Sport

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A compelling and inspiring guide to making running a spiritual sport

Imagine achieving physical fitness and spiritual growth simultaneously. Roger Joslin's step by step program is an engaging exploration of his conviction that spiritual well being is as likely to happen while running along the trails of a favorite park as it is within the more traditional settings of neighb
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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published June 14th 2003 by St. Martin's Press
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As a runner, I enjoyed this book because of the way it encourages people to seek God in the mundane and to try to remain present by meditating while running. I actually applied some of the principles I learned in this book on my favorite running trail once, and was surprised by the connection I was able to make with God just through the technique of incorporating a chant (the author liked to use the chant "Toward the One," but the chant that came most naturally to me was "Holy, holy, holy"). The ...more
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