You Can Breathe Now

Are you experiencing bipolar disorder first hand? Or is your life is affected by someone else’s bipolar? Or maybe bipolar doesn’t enter your immediate world at all, but you are, like most people these days, feeling bombarded by the stimuli coming in from every direction of our modern world.

Whoever you are, whatever your story, you can benefit from taking a minute to breathe.

Simply sit upright, with a long, tall spine, and take a slow, deep breath.

Allow your full attention to become absorbed in the breath as you inhale and exhale slowly four more times. Invest this moment in yourself and in a state of inner calm. By coming back to your breath, your true self, and your center, you can make better decisions, act with integrity, and contribute a sense of peace to the world around you.

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¹ Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute Of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R42MH091997. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

² This technology was supported in part by an award from the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, Office of Entrepreneurship, under the Grant Agreement KSTC-184-512-15-223 with the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation