Bringing body and mind together…


When you bring body and mind together, you begin to be intentional. You are actively participating in your life, instead of passively being moved by external influences, like hay blown by the wind. You become less mechanical, less critical of the world, and a little more connected to yourself.
—from The Four Relationships by Jon Schreiber

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Unify yourself and support life.


Why do you do Breema? To unify yourself and support life. With our eyes, we see form, texture, and color. We are totally identified with the obvious. We don’t see the flow of the life force. But when you do Breema, you may experience it and so may the recipient. We need to see that we are not just “Mr. Head.” We need to know we have a body. Body-mind connection is not just a phrase. It’s a magnificent way of life. “Whole body/whole mind” is a direction for life. When you have Breema in your body, then when you move your hand, something takes place, because your whole body and whole mind are participating. When you sit, you are sitting. When you walk, you are walking. You have Being-participation.
—from Waking Up to This Moment by Jon Schreiber

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What is the foundation on which all meaning and purpose are built?


A foundation is something that things are built upon. What if you want to apply this word to the meaning and purpose of your life? What is the foundation on which all meaning and purpose are built? You can’t say your foundation is your body, because we all know the body is temporary. How about your mind? The mind is a box that we put everything we hear and read, everything we see on the Internet, and all our education into. So the mind can’t be the foundation, because it’s the mind of mass consciousness, which is the expression of the chaotic state of unconscious life. How about your feelings? They can’t be your foundation, because they constantly swing between like and dislike. A real foundation must be something other than your mind, feelings, and body. Every single thing that exists is a combination of two things—form and meaning. When we look at the manifested universe, we are really looking at two universes—the universe of form, which is observable, and the universe of meaning, which is realizable. Both of these have to be included in a real foundation.
—from Child of Existence, Child of Society by Jon Schreiber

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