Take A Deep Breath Quotes by Frank Sinatra, Carey Mulligan, Salman Rushdie, Janet Evanovich, Dan Millman, Rich Lowry and many others.
Take a deep breath, pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again.
I’ve never been obsessed with celebrity or star-struck or anything. I met Penelope Cruz when we were in Toronto, who I think is a goddess and an unbelievable actress, and she introduced herself. As she walked away from the table I had to take a deep breath, which was strange because I’ve never had that with anyone.
Go for broke. Always try and do too much. Dispense with safety nets. Take a deep breath before you begin.
Okay, take a deep breath, I told myself. Don’t go all hormonal. Get the facts straight. Have a mental doughnut.
When in haste, rest in the present. Take a deep breath and come back to here and now.
I think all of us in the commentary business need to take a deep breath. And it can’t be true that every single week the world is ending in some different way. And this presidency [of Donald Trump] will be judged like all presidencies – on the state of the economy and by events.
My mother had no end of tragedy in her life. She would make herself get up and take a deep breath and go out and do laundry. Hang up sheets.
I laugh maniacally, then take a deep breath and touch my chest- expecting a heart to be thumping quickly, impatiently, but there’s nothing there, not even a beat.
Asking ourselves, ‘Where am I right now?’ gives us a chance to step outside the internal dialogue for a moment of peace. Look around you, take a deep breath and notice what you see, hear and feel. Present moment awareness is the point of power and choice. It frees us from our compulsive thoughts.
I took a deep breath and listened to the old bray of my heart. I am. I am. I am.
I wouldn’t give myself any advice, because advice is kinda bullshit. Take a deep breath and don’t take any of it too seriously.
I don’t care who you are, you hear those boos.
I have so much chaos in my life, it’s become normal. You become used to it. You have to just relax, calm down, take a deep breath and try to see how you can make things work rather than complain about how they’re wrong.
The next time you get the urge to shut somebody up because they don’t see the world exactly the same way you do, take a deep breath, get out your Bill of Rights, and count to the ten amendments.
That first peak is the best place to pause and look back, to see if you took the easiest route, to learn the lessons from the first climb. And it is the best place to examine the terrain ahead, to change your plans and goals, to take a deep breath and begin climbing again.
You just have to take a deep breath, relax and let the game come to you.
When confronted by conflict and confusion, another practice is to take a deep breath, pause and ask: ‘Where is the gift in this?