Autogenic Training 1

  • by Franziska Diesmann, Torsten Abrolat
  • Narrated by Colin Griffiths-Brown
  • 1 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Relax the german way: Syncsouls put together a methodical audio training for beginners which optimally coaches the autogenic training step by step. The aim of this exercises is to make you apply the autogenic training yourself in day to day situations and thus let you gain more balance and a better body perception.

The autogenic training (also known as contrantrative self relaxation) is a worldwide established relaxation technique. The method was developed by the German (Berlin) psychiatrist Johannes Schulz in the 20s of the 20th century. The own body perception is trained and improves. Suggestive techniques are used for bringing off a relaxed muscular system and to feel it faster and more intense. With your own awareness, thus with your own suggestive (meaning self influencing) forces you can induce your physical and mental relaxation. With these auto suggestive (your self influencing) formulars you are able to put your body and mind in a state of deep relaxation.

This method of autosuggestion is not confuse with hypnosis. You are fully conscious, you can lead your thoughts by yourself and you can bring off deep relaxtionconsciously. The effect of the autogenic training for deep relaxation, stress management and also for a variety of psychosomatic disorders has been proven in numerous studies. In addition anxiolytic and spirit raising are established.

Autogenic Training is used preemptively for promotion of health but also as an accompaining relaxation technique in psychotherapeuthic treatment: blood flow disorders, gastro-intestinal diseases, sleep disturbances, softening and soothing the pain, depressive mood, cardiovascular desease (hypertonia, tinnitus, coronary heart diseases), asthma, anxiety. Syncsouls wishes you a great pleasure and real success in learning and enjoing the Autogenic Training!
Please note: This audiobook is in English.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-21-2014
  • Publisher: Syncsouls. A division of alive media solutions