Catch Your Breath

Whether it’s the middle of a full workday, you’re busy with household responsibilities, or life is just a little overwhelming, sometimes you need to take a moment to be still and get centered before continuing on to the next thing. Follow these steps to Catch Your Breath.

Stand still
Take a deep breath
take another
take one more
Feel your feet supported by the earth
take a breath
take another
take one more
Look up to the sky
take a breath
take another
take one more

Repeat as needed
Peace be with you.

Download a printable graphic with the above poetic prayer.
 

Meditation Videos


If you’d like a short, guided meditation to create a virtual sanctuary for yourself, choose any of the videos below.

 

Grow in calm awareness and in compassion for yourself and for others. Catch Your Breath with Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones through this short meditation.
 

 

Catch Your Breath as you begin or close out your day. Trinity's Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones leads this short, online guided meditation for inner peace in uncertain times.
 

 

Anchor yourself in the present moment with compassion and inner peace through this 15-minute online guided meditation from Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones.
 

 

Extend your loving kindness from yourself out to the world today with this 12-minute guided meditation session from Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones.
 

More Meditation Resources


 

Meditation—or “weight training for life,” as the Rev. Kristin Kaulbach Miles calls it—helps us practice finding peace, compassion, and connection in a hectic world. When Trinity Church Wall Street reopens, we will once again offer Catch Your Breath, a thirty-minute guided meditation session for people of all faiths, featured in this short video. In the meantime, we invite you to find virtual sancutary with the guided meditation videos above.
 

 

Labyrinth walking is an ancient practice of centering, contemplation, prayer, and listening with open hearts to where God is guiding us. Virtually walk through the Forest Labyrinth at the Trinity Retreat Center with executive directors Joe and Heidi Rose in West Cornwall, CT.
 

Check in with your heart: How are you doing, right now?

Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones offers a daily meditation script for those who want to grow in their capacity to respond skillfully to the social justice demands of our day.
 

10 Effective Methods to Soothe an Anxious Brain

Today to help you Catch Your Breath, we offer you this thoughtful article from Mindful Leader.