So Let’s Begin…
SING YOUR OWN VOICE SLEEP MEDITATION SCRIPT
Let your eyes gently close
And your body fall into softness.
Find a comfortable repose
In your bed, your soothing fortress.
As you draw in a breath,
Shift the focus to you,
Knowing it’s time to rest
And let your body renew.
Sometimes, your days may feel hard,
When you’ve put your heart into work
And it doesn’t feel you’ve gone far,
You may question your worth.
Other times, you may push
just like a machine,
Feeling disconnected and unappreciated,
As well as lost and unseen.
So now, take just a minute,
To let go of those thoughts.
Send them away in balloons
And let them get lost.
Those thoughts come from others
They’re not the essence of you
They’re drenched in judgment
And are far from your truth.
Now, breathe and check in with yourself,
As those thoughts drift out of sight,
You may feel less tension
And sense a feeling that
it’s going to be all right.
So, open your mind
To what it means to be all right.
Embrace the thoughts and words
And say thanks for the insight.
Then, gather your voice,
The one tucked in your heart,
Make a joyful noise,
To unleash the power of your art.
And, imagine as you sing
Your vibrations flow outward
Like the flowers of spring,
Touching souls they encounter.
And let others hear you
Singing loud and proud as can be.
Feeling fresh and new
Coming into your power, and free.
Now, you sing a note
that’s a high vibration.
that carries you to a mountaintop
And becomes your inspiration.
You’re inspired to use your voice
And not keep it hidden away,
To be yourself in joy
No matter what others say.
As you sing down the mountain,
Wisdom greets you on your way
You come to understand that
Your voice can be heard in many ways.
You can talk, write, and sing
When you want others to hear,
You can even whisper your truth
If someone is near.
It’s empowering to use your voice,
So guard it with your might and know,
How you use it is a choice
And can leave you and others aglow.
So come back to your bed
From the mountains of song.
Cozy up in your covers,
Enjoy feeling relaxed and strong.
Being tough on yourself
isn’t right or wrong,
It can move you forward at times,
Which is fine,
Just don’t let it dampen your song.
But when the toughness comes from others
Who don’t know any better,
Take it with a grain of salt
It’s your voice that truly matters.