The foundation of health is acceptance.

Your aliveness is healing. Aliveness doesn’t come from your mind. It comes from your Being. Transformation of energy is possible first through the body, then through the feelings, and lastly through the mind. Whatever is in the mind and the feelings, we allow it to be. Breema doesn’t try to get rid of anything. Breema doesn’t focus on sickness, because the foundation of health is acceptance.

–from Real Health Means Harmony with Existence by Jon Schreiber www.breema.info/07092019

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Body-Mind Connection Anchors You by Alexandra Johnson

A client came to see me for a consultation last week. She was frightened about the condition of her body, and had researched her concerns and options thoroughly. The more she spoke, the more tense she became. As I listened to her, I experienced the tension in my own body. I saw that I was identifying with her suffering as if it was my own.

I recognized that instead of feeling bad for her situation, I could offer support by fully listening to her, without commentary. I connected to my breath and the weight of my body on the ground. I put my medical mind on hold, not trying to ‘fix’, or ‘change’ the state of her mind, body, or feelings. Continue reading “Body-Mind Connection Anchors You by Alexandra Johnson”

Wholehearted participation in any activity…

Wholehearted participation in any activity lessens tension. And when the body is flexible, balanced, and more free of tension, it helps the mind and feelings relate to life more harmoniously. The most important step towards releasing tension is to first know you’re tense. One precious thing about Breema is that it tells you to allow that which is, and be grateful you saw it. That gratitude is additional energy you can use.

–from Real Health Means Harmony with Existence by Jon Schreiber www.breema.info/06112019

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A New Posture for Life is Needed for New Thinking, New Feeling by Roxanne Caswell

Self-Breema Class

This morning as I finished doing a Self-Breema, I experienced a new energy in my body, clarity in my mind, and calmness in my feelings—a sense of, “I am here in This Moment.”

As my usual and habitual attitudes slipped into the background, willingness, gratitude, and love of life flowed into me. The confidence that I receive in this new dimension of myself always gives me insight into a meaningful and purposeful direction for my life. Continue reading “A New Posture for Life is Needed for New Thinking, New Feeling by Roxanne Caswell”

Moving from Complication to Simplicity by Elaine Pendergrast

Like many of you, I can barely keep up with the demands of life: my job, a house with three cats, a social circle of long-time friends and neighbors, a large garden with chickens, bees, and a rabbit (okay, so most of you don’t have those), and my own health and well-being. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and find myself standing in the kitchen with no idea of what to do first, as happened a few nights ago.

At times like that, I know I have to prioritize, but in order to do that, I need to be centered and clearheaded. To help me become more present and available, I turn to the tools that have helped me in so many circumstances, those that I gained from my study and practice of Breema. Continue reading “Moving from Complication to Simplicity by Elaine Pendergrast”