Square Breathing is a powerful practice that is as simple as it is opening. A great way of doing this one is to either picture or find a square object in your view. Depending on your own natural breath you can shorten or extend the count – 4 might not be ideal for you – or it may be. The idea is to have all sides equal. This helps us extend the “turning point” of the breath – the shift from inhale to exhale. In here we can find more spaciousness, and a sense of fullness and emptiness, a recognition of a moment that often happens unnoticed.