Full Participation

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The most natural way of moving and living is with full participation.

Full participation is possible when body, mind, and feelings are united in a common aim. When the mind and feelings participate fully in the activity of the body, they are free from associative thoughts and reactions and we can let go of imaginary separation.

The taste we receive of full participation is the taste of a unified presence.

Every principle has a directional quality. Look at Full Participation. Say I’m shaking hands with someone. I let my hand become more comfortable, so it makes more contact with the other person’s hand. That’s participating more fully. There is a lot further I could go. But each step, from the moment I remember, can be accepted as Full Participation.
From Breema and the Nine Principles of Harmony
From Breema and the Nine Principles of Harmony read by Jon Schreiber.
To bring the mind and feelings to participate fully in the activity of the body, we start with receptive registration of the body’s breathing and the weight of the body on the ground. Soon our feelings also become available, and participate in our experience. Now, mind and feelings are with the body’s activity, not elsewhere.

From Self-Breema Exercises for Harmonious Life

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