No Hurry/No Pause

No two movements are ever the same, and nothing actually remains as it was even a moment before. The value of each moment for us exists not in its particular manifestation, but in our correct relationship to it.
From "Self-Breema Exercises for Harmonious Life"


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

When you rush, time shrinks. When you’re relaxed, time expands. This is true even though it’s very hard for the mind to get. When you’re relaxed and doing something willingly, you’re participating in life.
From "Freedom Is in This Moment"

When you are present, you don’t experience even the slightest pressure of time. Whatever you do feels like the only thing that needs to be done, and you are doing it. You have no sense of time, because you’re living in the present. The pressure of time comes when you’re in the past or future.
From "Every Moment Is Eternal"

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