Morning Meditation Script

Morning Meditation Script


Good morning Lets start this day with a short meditation to help you feel more peaceful and focused. Find a comfortable place to sit or lie down where you wont be disturbed. Close your eyes gently and take a deep breath in through your nose filling your lungs with fresh air. Now slowly breathe out through your mouth releasing any tension youre holding onto.

As you continue to breathe deeply and slowly notice the sensations in your body. Feel the bed or chair supporting you the air touching your skin and any sounds around you. If your mind starts to wander thats okay. Gently bring your attention back to your breath following its natural rhythm in and out.

With each breath imagine yourself becoming more relaxed and grounded. Picture a wave of calm spreading from the top of your head down to your toes. With every exhale let go of any worries or stress making room for peace and clarity.

Take one more deep breath feeling refreshed and ready to start your day. When youre ready slowly open your eyes and stretch your body gently. Carry this sense of calm and focus with you throughout the day.

Morning Meditation Script
Morning Meditation Script

10 Minute Guided Morning Meditation before beginning

Lets begin this day with intention and calmness. Find a comfortable spot where you can sit or lie down without interruptions. Gently close your eyes and lets embark on this peaceful journey together.

  • 1. Focus on Your Breath 2 minutes Start by taking deep slow breaths. Inhale through your nose feeling your chest and belly rise. Exhale through your mouth sensing any tension melting away. Continue to breathe deeply noticing the cool air entering your nostrils and the warm air leaving your mouth. Let your breath anchor you in this moment.
  • 2. Body Scan for Relaxation 3 minutes Now bring your attention to the top of your head. Slowly move your awareness down your body part by part. Notice any areas of tension or discomfort and imagine your breath flowing to these spots releasing tightness with every exhale. Move from your head to your neck shoulders arms chest abdomen legs and down to your toes. Feel your entire body relaxing more deeply with each breath.
  • 3. Gratitude Practice 2 minutes Shift your focus to your heart center. Think of three things you are grateful for this morning. They can be as simple as the bed you slept in the air you breathe or the opportunity to experience a new day. With each thought of gratitude imagine a warm light growing in your chest filling you with contentment and peace.
  • 4. Setting Intentions for the Day 2 minutes Consider what you wish to bring into your day. It might be a sense of calm kindness towards others or focus on your tasks. Visualize yourself moving through your day embodying this intention noticing how it influences your interactions and decisions.
  • 5. Gently Returning 1 minute Start to bring your awareness back to the present. Wiggle your fingers and toes feeling the surface beneath you. Take a deep breath in and as you exhale gently open your eyes. Stretch your body softly carrying with you the peace and intention from this meditation into your day.

Starting Your Meditation Practice

Welcome to your meditation journey Lets get started in a way thats easy and comfortable for you. Remember meditation is about finding a moment of peace and connection with yourself so lets begin:

  1. Find a Quiet Spot Choose a place where you wont be disturbed. It could be a corner of your room a comfortable chair or even a spot outside in nature. The key is to find a place where you feel relaxed.
  2. Get Comfortable Sit or lie down in a comfortable position. You can sit on a chair with your feet flat on the ground on a cushion crosslegged or lie down on your back. The goal is to keep your back straight but relaxed.
  3. Set a Timer If youre just starting it might be helpful to set a timer for a short period like 5 or 10 minutes. This way you can focus on your meditation without worrying about the time.
  4. Close Your Eyes Gently close your eyes. This helps to reduce distractions and allows you to focus inward.
  5. Breathe Naturally Pay attention to your breath. Notice how it feels as you inhale and exhale. You dont need to change your breathing patternβ€”just observe it. Feel the air entering your nostrils filling your lungs and then leaving your body.
  6. Be Kind to Your Wandering Mind Its natural for your mind to wander. When you notice your thoughts drifting gently bring your attention back to your breath. This practice of returning to your breath helps develop your focus and mindfulness.
  7. End Gently When your timer goes off dont rush to open your eyes. Take a moment to notice how you feel. Slowly bring your awareness back to your surroundings. Gently wiggle your fingers and toes and when youre ready open your eyes.

Body Scan Meditation Guide

A body scan is a great way to relax and connect with your body. It can help you notice where youre holding stress and learn how to release it. Heres how you can do a body scan in a few simple steps:

  1. Find a Quiet Place Choose a spot where you wont be interrupted. You can lie down on your back on a comfortable surface like a bed or a mat or sit comfortably in a chair.
  2. Start with a Few Deep Breaths Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths to begin relaxing. Notice the feeling of air filling your lungs and then slowly leaving your body.
  3. Focus on Your Feet Begin your body scan by bringing your attention to your feet. Notice any sensations you feel there warmth coolness pressure tingling or maybe nothing at all. Theres no right or wrong here just observe.
  4. Move Up Through Your Body Gradually shift your focus up through your body to your ankles calves knees thighs and so on. Spend a moment on each part of your body noticing any sensations or feelings. If you find areas of tension imagine your breath flowing into them helping to release the tightness.
  5. Breathe into Areas of Tension When you encounter areas with tension or discomfort take a deep breath and imagine the breath moving to that area. As you exhale picture the tension dissolving and leaving your body.
  6. Continue Up to Your Head Keep moving your attention up your body through your torso back arms and neck all the way up to the top of your head. Pay attention to each part even the places that might feel neutral or have very subtle sensations.
  7. End with a Deep Breath Once youve scanned your whole body take a few deep breaths. Notice if your body feels different in any way compared to when you started.
  8. Gently Open Your Eyes When youre ready slowly open your eyes. Take a moment to stretch gently if you need to and then go on with your day hopefully feeling a bit more relaxed and connected with your body.

Practicing Gratitude

  1. Find a Quiet Moment Choose a peaceful time in your day maybe in the morning or before you go to bed to focus on gratitude. Sit comfortably and take a few deep breaths to center yourself.
  2. Think of Three Things Reflect on three things youre grateful for today. These can be as simple as the sunshine a friends smile or having a cozy bed to sleep in. The key is to really feel the gratitude for these things no matter how small.
  3. Feel the Gratitude As you think of each thing take a moment to notice how gratitude feels in your body. It might warm your chest or bring a smile to your face. Let these feelings grow with each breath.

Some Affirmations

Affirmations are positive statements that can help you challenge and overcome selfsabotaging and negative thoughts. When you repeat them often and believe in them you can start to make positive changes. Here are a few simple affirmations you can use:

  1. I am capable of achieving my goals.
  2. I am worthy of love and joy.
  3. Today I choose to be happy and grateful.
  4. I am strong resilient and can handle lifes challenges.
  5. I am surrounded by abundance and everything I need comes to me.

How to Use Affirmations

  • Repeat your chosen affirmations quietly to yourself or out loud. You can do this while looking in the mirror during meditation or anytime you need a positive boost.
  • Feel the truth of the words as you say them. Visualization can be powerful here; as you affirm your strength for example imagine yourself handling a challenging situation with grace and confidence.

Guided Morning Meditation Script

Setting the Intention:

Welcome to this guided morning meditation. Begin by setting an intention for your practice. Today, we’ll focus onΒ gratitude and mindfulness.

Take a moment to appreciate everything you have right now. You can aspire for more love, health, wealth, and abundance, but for now, let’s fully appreciate what is already given to us.

Physical Preparation:

Find a comfortable position where you can focus well. Stretch your legs, arms, and gently roll your head and shoulders.

Take a deep breath in and out mindfully. Repeat this breathing exercise for about a minute to calm your mind.

Expressing Gratitude:

Reflect on aspects of yourself. Be grateful for being alive, your senses (sight, hearing, smell, touch, taste).

Extend your gratitude to your parents, family, friends, and society.

Think about specific people who have positively impacted your life. Appreciate the happy moments and lessons they’ve provided.

Connection to Earth and Environment:

Acknowledge the earth you live on, the air you breathe, the water you drink, and the fire that heats your food.

Feel protected, relaxed, and blessed by your surroundings.

Combining Gratitude and Affirmations

After reflecting on what youre grateful for smoothly transition into your affirmations. This combination can elevate your mood and set a positive tone for your day or help you unwind before sleep.

Certainly! Here’s a Guided Morning Meditation Script focused on gratitude and positivity. Feel free to use it for your meditation practice or lead a class. Remember, this script may take 12-15 minutes to complete at a slow pace1.

Morning Meditation Script

Welcome to this guided morning meditation. As you begin your day lets set a positive tone by expressing gratitude for everything you have right now. Gratitude serves as a foundation for attracting more goodness into your life.


  1. Find a comfortable position where you can focus well.
  2. Wake up your body and mind:
    • Stretch your legs.
    • Stretch your hands.
    • Roll your head.
    • Roll your shoulders.
    • Tighten your chest.
  3. Take a deep breath in… and out…
  4. Repeat this mindful breathing exercise for 1 minute to calm your mind.

Expressing Gratitude

  1. Reflect on what’s good in your life:
    • Be grateful for being alive.
    • Appreciate your senses: sight, hearing, smell, touch, and taste.
    • Consider your parents, family, friends, and society.
  2. Think about specific people who have positively impacted you:
    • Acknowledge the happy moments they’ve shared.
    • Appreciate the lessons you’ve learned from them.
    • Recognize the gifts they’ve given you.
  3. Extend your gratitude to the Earth and its elements:
    • The air you breathe.
    • The water you drink.
    • The fire that heats your food and digests your meals.
    • The light that allows you to see the world.
  4. Feel protected, relaxed, and blessed by your surroundings.

Acknowledging Your Livelihood

  1. Consider your profession (job or business):
    • Even if you don’t love it, recognize its benefits.
    • Be thankful for the income and security it provides.
    • Understand how it serves you and your family.


In conclusion starting your day with a simple meditation engaging in a mindful body scan and incorporating gratitude and affirmations into your routine can profoundly impact your wellbeing. These practices help to center your mind connect with your body appreciate the present moment and reinforce positive beliefs about yourself and your life. Remember the key to benefiting from these practices is consistency and patience. Its not about perfection but about making small positive changes that add up over time. Embrace these moments of calm and positivity allowing them to guide you through your days with a sense of peace gratitude and confidence. Heres to your journey towards a more mindful and joyful life.

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