The Guided Relaxation column is one of the most popular features of our digital magazine.
Guided meditation helps your child develop mindfulness and the ability to calm and relax their body and mind at will. Meditation has many benefits for kids, and these scripts are a wonderful tool to help them develop a lifelong appreciation for the power of mindfulness.
Now you don’t have to flip through all of our back issues to find these treasured guided imagery scripts. These peaceful guided relaxation scripts are written especially for Green Child readers by Mellisa Dormoy of ShambalaKids.
Her meditation audios help children and teens relieve stress and anxiety, improve self-esteem, feel great (mind, body, and spirit) and develop a positive mental attitude at school and at home.
Browse the topics below to see which guided meditation will most benefit your child. The titles in this section lead to posts on our website where you can read them aloud to your child from your tablet or phone.
Or if you prefer to download and print them, you’ll find PDF versions of these guided meditation scripts when you subscribe below.
Once you choose a guided meditation script for your child, you may want to yourself to find the rhythm prior to reading it aloud to your child. When you’re ready and your child is relaxed, simply read it in a calm voice, pausing to let the words and feelings sink in.
Links to Guided Meditation Scripts
Inner Rainbow Chakra Meditation
Bubble Blower Magic
Cool at School
Enchanted Fall Forest
Visualizing the New Year
The Thankful Turtle
Pausing to Understand Anger
Loving Your Body
The Calm Kitty
The Sleepy Seahorse
Magic Carpet Ride
Deep Breathing Meditation
Bucket of Kindness
You Are Loved
Shine Your Light
Big Emotions & the Beautiful Dragonfly
Thankful Heart on the Lazy River
Morning Meditation on Kindness & Helpfulness
Get the Downloadable PDFs of these Guided Relaxation Scripts
Subscribe to access the library and you’ll be able to browse the 30+ topics to see which guided meditation will most benefit your child.
Once you choose a guided meditation script for your child, you may want to read it to yourself to find the rhythm prior to reading it aloud to your child. Once you’re ready and your child is relaxed, simply read it in a calm voice, pausing to let the words and feelings sink in.