Body Comfortable

Receiving Breema, you can have a taste of being more yourself. You get a hint of what it means to be natural, to be connected. Of course, you’re going to lose it. But you know you had that taste. Then, during the day, you can do one Self-Breema exercise, you can work with one of the Nine Principles, to come closer to that taste again. Because in the moment you have a taste of being present, you are free from the mind, free from past and future, and therefore free from your suffering.
From "Breema and the Nine Principles of Harmony"


Audio excerpt from Breema and the Nine Principles of Harmony read by Jon Schreiber.

When you sit down to tie your shoes, or to eat, you have a chance to register that your body is sitting, breathing, and has weight. When you reach to pick up the phone, to turn a doorknob, or to lift a glass of water, you can practice Body Comfortable, or any of the other principles.
From "Self-Breema Exercises for Harmonious Life"

You don’t have to force your body to be comfortable. In fact, Body Comfortable means accepting the condition of the body as it is. Through acceptance of the body and its condition, you may discover that you are not this body.
From "Breema and the Nine Principles of Harmony"

You can also download a "Body Comfortable" poster here.