Guided Relaxation: Peaceful And Calming Butterfly Meditation

A nighttime relaxation routine for your child is ideal after an active day. This guided butterfly meditation calms little bodies and minds. They’ll fall asleep easily and sleep soundly.

Guided meditation helps 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.

Guided meditation also helps them fall asleep faster, increases their attention span, helps with headaches, improves active listening skills, and lets them tap into an overall sense of ease and inner peace.

Once your child is ready and still (in bed or a quiet environment), simply read the words to these guided imagery scripts in a loving, soothing voice with a gentle pace, pausing often.

Watch how your child visibly relaxes and engages the imagination in this meditative story. The more this butterfly meditation script is used, the easier your child will relax and be able to concentrate.

Peaceful Butterfly Meditation Close your eyes and take in a nice deep breath. Allow your tummy to fill up like a balloon, and then exhale slowly. Do this five times to really relax your whole body completely.

Your body begins to feel deeply relaxed and sinks down further and further into your nice, soft bed. Your legs begin to feel very heavy. Your arms begin to feel heavy and relaxed. You enjoy every moment as your body continues to relax with each word.

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