Essence of Breema

Essence of Breema: Excerpts from Breema Center Books January 16, 2017
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Essence of Breema: October 2016

We have to accept being on this Earth, and find out how to remain connected to that which is real. Then how to be in this world of conflicts and problems, the world of thoughts, feelings, and sensations? The solution is easy: always come to the body. Then accept what is at any given moment, whatever that is. When you accept, you are in a higher dimenison. You become connected to what is real in yourself, and you accept everything that is not real, everything that's been "added on." When you look at it from the real, it becomes harmless. If you look at darkness with eyes of light, darkness becomes harmless. If you look at confusion with eyes of clarity, confusion becomes harmless. If you look into the disharmony with eyes of harmony, disharmony becomes harmless.


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Essence of Breema: July 2016

We need to see clearly that the past is gone and the future hasn’t arrived. But this moment we could be here, present. If there is something I need to do to repair the past, I need to do it in this moment. Only in the present do I have the possibility to take a correct step for my life. If there is something coming in the future, I need to be prepared for it. But I prepare myself in the present. If I see all my possibilities exist when I am present, that supports me to remember. We all are filled up with worry, anxiety, and fear. We have to see all of that is the result of not being present—of being in the past and future. If we see that clearly, then we can reduce worry and fear, and the rest which comes with it. But as we are, we do not understand the meaning of being present. Only in the moment we are present do we know truly what that means.


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Essence of Breema: February 2016

There is something about Breema which is really magnificent. You place your hand on the recipient. The emanation of the person you touch and your own emanation relate to each other. Through the language of emanation, you enter into each other's existence. There is one whole unified Existence. You're not
giving someone a treatment, you're manifesting as life giving to life. This is the experience of Breema—you experience what you are and what you are doing as two ends of the same stick. The life force travels along that stick. You receive affirmation of your own existence in the moment. Any of the Nine Principles you work with brings you to this taste, to experience that this is the only moment. And all your possibilites exist in this very moment. Moment after moment, life is giving to life. You and your manifestation are one.


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Essence of Breema: October 2015

In Full Participation, you are totally receptive. So both you and the recipient become receptive and can exchange with each other in receptivity. Both of you receive from your Timeless nature. When you really are doing Breema, you both receive the same vital energy from the emanation of your true nature. Your true nature and the recipient’s true nature are no different. Diversity is endless in its variety. But Unity is one. The Timeless nature of Existence expresses itself in the form of you, and also in the form of me. Everyone and everything is emanated from the Absolute. Practicing Breema, there’s no description of what my hand is touching. My hand is there, and whatever takes place, takes place there. I am there with my hand, so that "there" and "here" are one. No part of me holds itself separate to describe from the sidelines the sensations of warmth or cold, softness or hardness. They are whatever they are. In Full Participation, there is no need for description. I could talk about their body forever, but it is what it is. Description neither adds nor subtracts. It only confuses us, and shifts the emphasis away from knowing ourselves.


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