Children’s Sleep Meditation

How do your children get to sleep after a long day?

My boys are so active and take in so much of the world, sometimes at the end of the day they are overstimulated and find it difficult to wind down to sleep.

We have a great bedtime routine of reading that has been consistent over the last 11 years, which works really well, most of the time. For those times when it doesn’t, I know they need a little more. Especially my little one, who is so sensitive and has such a wild imagination, he can create all sorts of scary stories in his mind before sleep. That is when I use my own magical skill of guided meditation.

If you have a great imagination and are really good at telling stories, you can probably guide your little one through a peaceful bedtime meditation too. If you aren’t quite sure what to do, then maybe I can help?

I have created this children’s sleep meditation just for you! And it’s totally free. You can use it for inspiration to come up with your own sleep meditations for your child, or you can play it straight to them.

This short meditation is under 10 minutes and has the stamp of approval from both of my boys aged 9 and 11. It is suitable for all ages and genders. I’d love for you to give it a try and let me know what you and your young ones think.

Sweet dreams!

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