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Just Like Me

Affectionate Breathing

10 Meditations on Gratitude

Mindfulness of Anger

4-minute Mindfulness Practice 

Body Scan, Intermediate

Loving-Kindness Body Scan

Breathing Space

Building Self Confidence

Compassion

Deep Breathing

Depth Of The Ocean

Focused Attention

Gratitude, Intermediate

Guided Meditation for Love and Wisdom

Guided Visualization

Judgments

Leading with Purpose

Long Body Scan

Loving Kindness

Mindfulness For Anxiety & Stress

Mindfulness For Kids

Mindfulness of Thoughts & Feelings

Noting Thinking Or Feeling

Open Awareness

Positive Future

Relieve Anxiety and Depression

Relieving Stress

Remembering Motivation

Self Compassion

Guided Meditations for Love and Wisdom

Simply Stopping

Soft Belly

Your Breathing Anchor


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Guided Meditation Scripts


Guided meditation scripts are an invaluable resource to help develop our own personal meditation practice and share also meditation with others.

For personal use, meditation scripts quietly guide us into a deeper silent practice, and when used to teach others, they help us to share a wider range of mindfulness techniques than what we’re used to. These guided meditation scripts are useful tools for all mindfulness seekers, and because of the range of themes and techniques, there is something for everyone to explore.


Benefits of Guided Mindfulness Meditation Scripts

Whether we use guided meditation scripts for ourselves or for facilitating inner exploration in others, there are countless benefits of this type of practice. Unlike silent meditation, guided practices actively prompt us to continually refocus our attention on the present moment and on our direct experience. This continual refocusing enhances the inner journey, helping to heighten the benefits of our mindfulness meditation practice.

Some of the general benefits of guided mindfulness meditation include:

  1. Stress and anxiety reduction
  2. Emotional integration and balance
  3. Improved sleep patterns
  4. Heightened focus and attention
  5. Enhanced self-awareness
  6. Physical relaxation and reduction of pain perception
  7. Heightened connection to the world around and within

Additional benefits can be observed depending on the type of mindfulness meditation practiced. Depending on your personal needs or on the needs of the group or niche you are teaching, benefits will coincide with the theme or technique of the meditation script chosen. Some of the themes and techniques include (but are by no means limited to):

  1. Gratitude
  2. Body Scan
  3. Sleep
  4. Emotions
  5. Breathing
  6. Mindful Eating
  7. Mindful Walking
  8. Forgiveness
  9. Self-Compassion
  10. Loving Kindness

Mindfulness practice helps us to quiet the mind, naturally encouraging us to relate to the world through our intuition and through our direct senses. It empowers us to enhance our lives in healthy ways, so the benefits of such practices are infinite. Guided meditations provide a framework for this honest inner exploration, setting the stage for personal and powerful insights to arise authentically and with impact.


Mindfulness Scripts for Personal Practice

If you are reading through scripts for your own personal practice, this type of mindfulness exploration can help you to quietly and calmly tune into the world within at your own pace. We typically turn to audio recordings for our mindfulness practice, and while such recordings are incredibly beneficial at facilitating our sense of personal awareness, reading scripts provides an added challenge of concentration, commitment, and focus. Reading scripts and then moving through the exercises provided allows us to move at our own pace, sitting for as long or as little as suits our needs in any given moment. We enhance our ability to sit with silence and with the vast openness of our awareness when we practice this way.


Scripts for Mindfulness Teachers

Whether we’re just starting out as mindfulness teachers or are expanding our existing teachings, free guided meditation scripts can help us to confidently share a range of practices with those we work with.

Meditation scripts can be read aloud in a variety of teaching environments, including:

One-on-one sessions

  • When we are working one-on-one with clients, meditation scripts can enhance individual exploration. As we get to know each individual we work with, we can tailor our scripts to their personal needs in any given moment.

Group classes

  • Scripts are perfect for group settings such as yoga classes, meditation classes, retreats, or workshops. They can help us with timing, rhythm, and flow, offering customized approaches depending on the group we’re working with.

Corporate settings

  • Reading guided meditation scripts in corporate settings, such as during ‘Lunch and Learns’ or other wellness initiatives, can help to enhance employee wellbeing, productivity, and focus. We can choose scripts that appeal to the work environment.

Schools and other learning environments

  • There are a variety of scripts that are suitable for schools and learning environments. Depending upon the age and needs of those we are working with, our approach will vary. Mindfulness meditation scrips can be adjusted to fit the needs of any group.

At home

  • Whether with a partner, friend, or family member, mindfulness meditation scripts can be read allowed to facilitate the wellbeing of those we love. Teaching does not have to be limited to professional settings; home environments are just as worthy spaces for these offerings.

Recordings for online offerings

  • Meditation scripts can be recorded for various online offerings. If you’re looking to share your lessons with individuals or groups through online means, scripts are a powerful place to start. Whether shared through free platforms or offered as part of a more intensive program, recorded scripts might be a large component to what you offer as a mindfulness teacher.

Teaching practices can be developed and enhanced through an online mindfulness teacher training program. Training helps aspiring teachers to better understand how to pace and organize teachings and facilitates one’s ability to powerfully impact those they will come to work with. Teacher training also helps each aspiring teacher to narrow down on their niche and to better understand how to work with their chosen group of people.


Tips for Guiding Others Through Meditation

When guiding others through a mindfulness meditation, there are a few simple tips to keep in mind that will help those you’re teaching to dive further into their practice. Keep these in mind when choosing your script, leading your class or private session, or recording for an online offering.

Take your time to choose the right script.

  • Getting to know the people or individual you are teaching will help you to choose the most suitable script. Allow your intuition to help guide you to whichever type of meditation is most applicable in any given moment. From simple breathing meditation scripts to more heart-centered loving kindness practices, there is no shortage of themes and techniques to help your students or clients move more deeply into themselves. Take your time to choose the guided meditation script that feels like the right fit for the energies that are (or that you expect might be) present.

Read the script a few times in advance.

  • It’s incredibly important that you go through the script a few times prior to leading your class or making your recording. This will help you to achieve better flow and tone, heightening the impact the session will have on those you’re leading. Make personal notes on your script, such as where you’d like to include a longer pause or what words you might want to add in or to omit. Personalize your script to ensure that it fits naturally and authentically with your voice and intention.

Create a comfortable environment.

  • Never underestimate the impact that atmosphere has on one’s inner state of being. If you’re teaching a class or guiding a one-on-one session, be mindful of the environment you are in. You might add to the comfort of the room by using candles, cushions, or dim-lighting (each one where possible), but you can also greatly enhance the atmosphere of the room by ensuring that your own presence is welcoming, warm, and compassionate. Mindfulness and meditation practices can feel deeply vulnerable for many people. Create a safe and supportive atmosphere by bringing your most authentic and compassionate self to the room.

“Practice what you preach.”

  • While you’re reading a mindfulness meditation script, practice what you’re preaching right in the very same moment. For instance, as you guide your clients to quietly make themselves comfortable in the space they’re in, take the time to do the same for yourself. Connect with your own breath to help you ground yourself in the present moment. Acknowledge whatever thoughts, feelings, or sensations arise, allowing everything to pass by as if they’re clouds so that you’re completely present and ready to guide those you’re sharing the space with.

Speak slowly and clearly, taking longer pauses where necessary.

  • Be mindful of how quickly you are moving through the script. If you’re new to teaching meditation, the long periods of silence might prompt you to move ahead prematurely. Just as when you’re practicing on your own, allow yourself to revel in the silent spaces in between sound. Take your time as you read to ensure you are speaking clearly and at the right tone, pace, and volume.


Additional Mindfulness Resources

Guided meditation scripts are not the only useful resources for facilitating mindfulness practice. Mindfulness worksheets can be used to prompt inner discovery, and they’re suitable for both personal and professional use. They can be paired with mindfulness meditation scripts, being used prior to or post a mindfulness meditation session.

There are also countless online guided meditations to help deepen one’s own practice or to help teachers gain a better understanding of the tone, flow, and structure of guided meditations. Exploring these in conjunction with the use of scripts can help to expand on our intuitive understanding of what makes for a great guided meditation. The more we practice, the deeper our personal practice or teachings will become.

About the Author Sean Fargo

Sean Fargo is the Founder of Mindfulness Exercises, a former Buddhist monk of 2 years, a trainer for the mindfulness program born at Google, an Integral Coach from New Ventures West, and an international mindfulness teacher trainer. He can be reached at [email protected]

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  • Blanca says:

    great resource. thank you.

  • Sandy says:

    thank you, great tools.

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