Meditations for Moms

Moms are some of the busiest people on the planet. Between work, kids, home repairs, and all the other errands that need to be run, there often isn’t much time for self-care. That’s why it’s important for moms to take a few minutes each day to clear their minds and relax. This can be done through meditation. Meditation is a great way to focus on your breath and calm your mind. It can also help you deal with stress and anxiety. If you’re looking for a few minutes of peace each day, consider trying out meditation. There are lots of great resources out there on how to get started, so don’t be afraid to give meditations for moms a try!


Hit play to listen to the FREE 10 mediation for mothers.

What is a Mindful Mom?

There’s no one answer to the question of what makes a mindful mom. For some moms, it means being present and present in the moment with their kids, savoring each precious moment. Others might define it as being more mindful of their own needs and taking time out for self-care, so they can be their best selves for their children. Still others might view it as being more eco-conscious and making mindful choices about the products they use and the food they eat.

Ultimately, though, all mindful moms share a common goal: to create a more mindful, loving world for themselves and their families. One way or another, each mindful mom is working to make her own small corner of the world a little brighter. And that’s something we can all be grateful for.

Tips for Mindful Meditations for Moms

The benefits of meditation are well-known, and there are many different ways to meditate. If you’re a mom, you may be looking for a way to fit meditation into your busy schedule. Here are some tips on how to meditate as a mom:

1. Find a quiet place. This may be easier said than done, but it’s important to find a place where you can sit comfortably without being interrupted. If you have young children, this may mean getting up early in the morning before they wake up.

2. Set a timer. Once you’ve found a quiet place, set a timer for however long you want to meditate. Start with 5 minutes and work your way up to longer periods of time.

3. Focus on your breath. Practice mindful breathing. Once you’ve settled into a comfortable position, close your eyes and focus on your breath. Breathe in and out slowly and evenly. If your mind starts to wander, simply bring your attention back to your breath.

4. Use a mantra. A mantra is a word or phrase that you repeat over and over again during meditation. It can help to keep your mind from wandering. You can use a traditional mantra such as “om” or you can choose a personal mantra that has meaning for you.

5. Be patient. Meditation takes practice and it’s normal for your mind to wander at first. Don’t get discouraged – just keep coming back to your breath. With time and practice, you’ll be able to quiet your mind and find inner peace.

Meditation can be a great way to reduce stress, find inner peace, and connect with your spirituality. If you’re a mom, don’t let the busyness of motherhood prevent you from enjoying the benefits of meditation. carve out some time for yourself – even 5 minutes – and give it a try.

Meditation Script for Moms

Here is a sample of the meditations for moms. You can download the mp3 of these mediations for moms for FREE at the bottom of the post.

Hello Mama, welcome to this powerful session, honoring your everlasting role as a mother. It is a joy to guide you… To begin, find a place you can rest your body and close your eyes… you may be sitting upright with your head held high, or completely relaxed, laying down, head fully supported. Whichever you prefer today…

With the eyes closed, bring your hands upon your abdomen… the place where you carried your child… allow a smile to come across your face remembering these moments past… your body created life, and that is a miracle…

Now, let your hands rest down by your sides, or in your lap…

Carefully focus on the gentle darkness of your closed eyes…

Now, in a moment, simply open your eyes and look around at your surroundings for the next 10 seconds. Keep your eyes open as I count… 1…2…3…4…5…6…7…8…9…10…

Let your eyes close… remembering the calm darkness…

I bet you are much more relaxed now than you were before beginning this session…

Since you are in this relaxed state of meditation, begin to recall a moment where you were grateful to be a mother… a moment of joy in motherhood… see your child or children looking at you with love… feel their love… their pure innocence…

Let a smile come across your face and say, “I am grateful for this memory…”

Feel the joy in your body, perhaps a tenderness in your heart or warmth in your soul…


This meditation continues with healing, forgiveness, and power as a mother.

How Can I Be a More Mindful Mom?

Being a mindful mom requires paying attention to the present moment with an open heart and nonjudgmental attitude. It means being fully present with your children, rather than letting your mind wander to the never-ending to-do list or what you need to pick up at the grocery store. It means listening attentively when your child is speaking, rather than formulating a response in your head or multi-tasking.

Creating mindful moments throughout the day can help you feel more connected to your children and less frazzled as a parent.

Here are some tips: 

  • Set aside some time each day for yourself, even if it’s just 10 minutes. Use this time to do something that brings you joy, such as reading, journaling, or taking a walk outside. Start by downloading the FREE Meditations for Moms MP3 version at the bottom of this post.
  • When you’re with your children, put away your phone and give them your full attention. 
  • Make mealtime a mindful experience by eating without distractions and savoring each bite. 
  • Teach your children mindfulness techniques, such as mindful breathing or a mindful walking meditation. 

By practicing mindfulness, you can become more present and attuned to your children’s needs. As a result, you may find that you have more patience, compassion, and energy as a parent.


Hit play to listen to the FREE 10 mediation for mothers.


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