This groundbreaking book introduces a unique approach to spirituality called "meditative fitness." Showing you how to integrate meditation into your fitness routine, Meditative Fitness: The Art and Practice of the Workout can be described as a workout book with timeless spiritual truths.
But it isn't just about going to the gym! Offering his own inspiring story of personal transformation, author Clark Hamilton Depue illustrates how a meditative fitness practice can take you to new levels of happiness, awakening, and enlightenment. His stories are interwoven with intense workouts and lessons in how spiritual fitness involves self-realization and growth in the areas of mind, heart, body, and soul.
With Meditative Fitness, you'll learn to:
- Develop meditative workouts
- Practice spiritual fitness
- Elevate your performance
- Break through barriers within yourself and remove subconscious blocks
- Find more energy
- Create greater presence and intention
- Overcome challenges in your life
- Focus and quiet your mind
- Open and engage your heart
As you learn about these practices and processes, you'll discover new ways to engage in your workouts, begin to incorporate meditation into every aspect of your daily life, and live with more passion, purpose, and fulfillment.
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About the Author
Growing up as an athlete, author Clark Hamilton Depue developed a passion for playing, competing, and moving his body. As a competitive junior tennis player, he experienced his greatest moments on the court only when he improved his inner game first. Off the court, his greatest challenge in life was simply being happy, and for years, he never knew joy or a sense of well-being-until he discovered meditation. He started practicing little meditative techniques in his daily workouts to help open his heart and cultivate a feeling of strength and higher energy.
After tennis, he became a golf professional, teaching thousands of students before dedicating five years to a psychology-based personal development training.
He is currently a CrossFit athlete and coach in Dallas, Texas, where he lives with his dogs, Allie and Stella. He spent the last three years writing and producing his first book, Meditative Fitness: The Art and Practice of the Workout.