Deepening the Connection to the Body by Susan Mankowski

As my lifetime unfolds on this earth, I am discovering that there is more unknown about the body than known. This evolving mystery of who and what I am is no longer a search for me, but an invitation and reminder to come to an experience of myself that is direct, alive, and in this moment.

In the practice of Self-Breema, known as the Art of Being Present, information and concepts accumulated over the years from many systems of thought take a back seat to the exploration of body-mind connection. While my thinking often leads me to that fascinating inner terrain where speculation and imagination abounds, I have found that bringing the attention of the mind to the activity of the body, including the breath and weight, clears, calms, and opens my mind to a new ability to simply see what is in the moment and to be with it. Rather than seek meaning and purpose through the realm of thought, there is a possibility to enter into a dynamic and continuous process of being in and responding to life.

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How Breema Has Affected My Life by Orna Elad

An interview by Arlie Mischeaux, Breema Center Staff

At my first Breema class, taught by Merle and Yasmin, I felt I had arrived at the right place at the right time. I experienced the wisdom and power within the natural simplicity and harmony of the Self-Breema exercises. My heart opened in that moment—I could honestly call it love at first sight! As time went on, I learned to be more relaxed and naturally self-assured, and parallel with that, my trust in others grew. Continue reading “How Breema Has Affected My Life by Orna Elad”