August 11, 2019

Practicing Breema, we work with the principle of Single Moment/Single Activity. That means moment after moment, each movement we make is made fully, for its own sake, without associating it with the past or with a preconceived notion of its effect on the future. When your hand is resting on the recipient’s hara, that’s all that you’re doing. You’re not holding in order to prepare to brush your hand down the leg. When that hold is complete, and you start to brush, you’re simply brushing, with no thought of coming to the knee.

This practice frees us from one of the worst diseases on Earth—rushing. Rushing means doing something not for its own sake. It means movement without harmony.

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