Today’s body love meditation will help you cultivate gratitude, appreciation, grace and love for your body.
Good morning, Beautiful.
This week, our meditations will revolve around the theme of body love.
And this morning’s meditation is a love letter to your body, so you can cultivate gratitude, appreciation, grace and love for this incredible vessel right now.
So Let’s Begin…
A LOVE LETTER TO YOUR BODY – BODY LOVE MEDITATION SCRIPT
Let’s start with 3 deep breaths to calm your mind and bring you into the present moment.
Breathing as deep as you possibly can, until your belly is full like a big balloon…
And exhaling all that air out.
Now return your breathing to its regular rhythm.
And stay here for a bit.
Just observing your body as it gives you life through your breath.
Such a simple and often unnoticed function of your body.
It moves in and out of you automatically.
Without you needing to do anything.
I love you.
Thank you for being here for me all these years.
Thank you for this breath,
Its automated rhythm gifting me with life every second of every day.
Thank you for this skin,
Its beautiful color, texture and gift of touch,
And all the scars and wrinkles that tell stories of adversity, love and adventure.
Thank you for these legs,
That have carried me with strength and love.
Thank you for all of my sexual and reproductive parts,
That have given me pleasure and the ability to carry life.
Thank you for my stomach,
And it’s ever changing shape.
Thank you for my breasts,
No matter their shape or size,
Thank you for my heart,
Constantly pumping life through my body.
Thank you for my shoulders and arms,
Allowing me to carry and embrace people and things I love.
Thank you for my hands,
As I express love and feel my world.
Thank you for my face…my eyes, nose, mouth and ears,
And all the tiny marks and wrinkles that belong only to me.
Thank you for my head,
For the brain that enables my body to move, dance, fight, cry, laugh, think and feel.
Thank you for my my mouth,
And the joy it feels as I savor the food that nourishes me.
Thank you for my body,
This amazing, miraculous body.