A Mother’s Meditation

English: The Play of Light Meditation Mandala ...

I quiet my mind with a deep, stilling breath. And then another. I sit in the emptiness and experience myself, the light in me, perhaps for the first time today. I am quiet. All of the sounds and emotions of my day fall away. I greet myself gently and forgive myself the moments when I was not the Mother I hope to be. I value myself for the moments when I was. I envision a circle of light washing over me , filling me back up with all of the love and energy that I put into caring for my children today. My mind is clear. My heart is happy. I have energy. I have confidence. I have joy. I breathe deeply once again, shedding all negative thoughts. I let go of the way I believe things should be and feel peace with what is. I experience my children’s beautiful, sparkling eyes in my mind and see them as if for the first time. I invite their spirit to join with mine and together we give thanks for the miracle of our perfect union. I trust that we were brought together perfectly and that we have so much to learn from one another. I sit in this beautiful place and allow my breath to heal any pain I might have felt in my experience as a Mother today or on any other day. I come to a place where I may begin again in wholeness. A deep love comes over me. With my breath I find my rhythm again. I find a pace for my words and actions that allows me to meet each moment with grace and presence. Beauty enters. And nature. I know that I will treat my children with greater gentleness. I will hear their words. I will smile at them and invite their thoughts into my heart. All that they are will be safe and respected with me. As I come to the end of this quiet moment I take another healing breath and see myself with the same love that I feel for my children. The love I share with my children each day showers me now. I feel peace. I feel energized for the days to come. I feel alive and ready to give.

Listen and be guided in A Mother’s Meditation by Meghan Nathanson


9 thoughts on “A Mother’s Meditation

  1. Thank you..we all have to remind us of this every day..often there is so much stress and hurry,we forget how important it is to be gentle with our children and ourselves…

    • Thank you Neela. I am so happy that this meditation touched you. I am working on others so stay tuned! Lots of love, Meghan

    • I cannot think of anyone I would rather share this with!!! I am so happy it spoke to you. It was wonderful spending time with your beautiful family this past weekend. Lots of love, Meghan

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