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Running the Spiritual Path

A Runner"s Guide to Breathing, Meditating, and Exploring the Prayerful Dimension of the Sport

by Roger Joslin

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by St. Martin"s Griffin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Running & Jogging,
  • Spirituality - General,
  • Sports & Recreation / Running & Jogging,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Sports

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9463275M
    ISBN 100312308868
    ISBN 109780312308865
    OCLC/WorldCa56605263

    “Aren't you, like me, hoping that some person, thing, or event will come along to give you that final feeling of inner well-being you desire? Don't you often hope: 'May this book, idea, course, trip, job, country or relationship fulfill my deepest desire.' But as long as you are waiting for that Cited by: Read These Books. Compiled by Kelli B. Trujillo running has done the most to improve both my physical and spiritual fitness. Given all the lessons I’ve learned on the running trail, Hebrews Author: Halee Gray Scott.

    Well, the spiritual path is not really a linear path that one walks from A to B, but rather a deepening and opening into this present moment of existence. It can only be found in this moment. This “ordinary” moment and experience of your life contains the extraordinary connection to the Divine.   The mind insists that they should be, but very rarely does any of the path to your true self make perfect sense. Go with the flow and trust the feelings more than the logic. 7. Spiritual Practice. Dharma lies in the spaces of your divine self. A commitment to your spiritual path exercised daily will support you while the journey unfolds.

    Walking the spiritual path This section contains articles about what it is like to be a spiritual person in a non-spiritual society and how to follow the spiritual path. Spiritual people are not the crazy ones Spiritual people are often portrayed as being crazy, but in reality we are simply in touch with the times. Therefore, since we have so great a cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, Endurance struggle Faith Kjv Staying Strong Keeping Faith cancer games finishing Battle Race Hard Work And Perseverance Athletes.


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Imagine achieving physical fitness and spiritual growth simultaneously. Imagine achieving physical fitness and spiritual growth simultaneously/5.

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There's nothing here about the physiology of running, training techniques or diet/5(9). Spiritual Practice/Meditation/Prayer. Running.

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Joslin is highly recommended to anyone who has ever happened along on his or her own path and felt any kind of spiritual pull and might wish to develop it further.

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In Running the Spiritual Path Roger Joslin combines the insights gathered from thirty years of running, with a personal spiritual journey that is guiding him to the priesthood. While drawing from and exhibiting an abiding respect for the traditions and sacred practices of the world's great religions, the author describes a heretofore-unexplored method of sacred running, of bringing meditation and a prayerful Cited by: 4.

Praise for Running the Spiritual Path “A splendid, new, outside-the-box contribution at the deepest level, what Joslin has offered us is far more that just an excellent handbook.

It is a record of a soul in progress--progress toward integration and harmony.”. Running the spiritual path: a runner's guide to breathing, meditating, and exploring the prayerful dimension of the sport.

[Roger D Joslin] -- Presents a step-by-step program that enables readers to experience the physical and spiritual benefits of running, demonstrating how to bring meditation and prayerful communion to the running trail.

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Roger D. Joslin's explanation of how to make a run a ritual of devotion. Running the Spiritual Path A Runner's Guide to Breathing, Meditating, and Exploring the Prayerful Dimension of the Sport. By Roger D. Joslin. Practices that can enrich your communion with God and open your heart while you are exercising.

In Running the Spiritual Path Roger Joslin combines the insights gathered from thirty years of running, with a personal spiritual journey that is guiding him to the priesthood.

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