Margot's Guided Meditation

Margot's Guided Meditation

Posted by Slow Ageing Manager on

Take time for self-care, even if it's 5-15 mins a day

Find a moment to cultivate your inner calm and moments of peace and serenity. Breath awareness can be done anywhere and it just requires 5-15 mins of your time; it can be practiced at any time of the day to cultivate inner calm and peace: 

  • Close your eyes and soften your eyelids.
  • Take a soft, smooth, silky exhalation and inhalation and begin to simply observe your breath as it travels freely in and out of your body via your nostrils for a few moments.
  • Bring all your awareness to your breath, allowing each and every breath to be deeper than the one before without forcing it. Just follow its natural flow and simply become a witness of your breath.
  • Allow the breath to travel deep into your body to all parts of you, just letting the breath relax your WHOLE being.


  • Relax the scalp.
  • Relax the facial muscles from top to bottom.
  • Rest the eyes in the eye sockets and soften the eyelids.
  • Relax the area between the eyebrows.
  • Relax the jawbone.
  • Relax the tongue on your lower palate.
  • Have a soft, gentle smile on your lips.
  • Soften and relax the throat.
  • Soften and relax the heart centre - see your heart 'smiling'.
  • Soften and relax your abdominal area where all your inner organs are housed.
  • Relax your arms and legs - allow the breath to travel to your whole body from head to feet.
  • Allow relaxation through just simply bringing awareness to your breath, to your whole being - all of your inner and outer YOU. 
  • Observe how your breath is calmer and deeper; your whole body is more relaxed. Know that your breath is always available for you.
  • Take one more conscious breath, keep the soft, gentle smile on your lips and keep your heart smiling.
  • Gently open your eyes and continue your day - CALM, AWARE and POSITIVE.

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