Guided Autogenic Meditation and Relaxation


A guided autogenic relaxation to help you to enter a state of deep relaxation.


Listen to this guided meditation to relieve stress and enter into a state of deep relaxation.

Listening at bedtime can be a great way to help you to fall asleep.

This meditation is good for people who are very “physical” and like moving their bodies, such as athletes.


Autogenic training (AT) is a relaxation technique that teaches your body to respond to verbal commands. These commands “tell” your body to relax and control breathing, blood pressure, heartbeat, and body temperature. The goal of AT is to achieve deep relaxation and reduce stress. After you learn the technique, you can use it whenever you need or want relief from symptoms of stress, or you can practice it regularly to enjoy the benefits of deep relaxation and prevent the effects of chronic stress.

Autogenic training consists of standard exercises that make the body feel warm, heavy, and relaxed. For each exercise, you get into a simple posture (sitting in a comfortable chair or reclining), concentrate without any goal, and then use visual imagination and verbal cues to relax your body in some specific way.

Without regular practice, autogenic training is not likely to have an effect. For this reason, only those people who are motivated and committed to learning it are likely to get any benefit from AT. But for those who master the technique, it works, and it can be an effective treatment for chronic stress.

The way AT works is not fully understood, but its effects on the body are measurable. Experts believe that AT works in ways that are similar to hypnosis and biofeedback. The exercises allow communication between the mind and the body, allowing you to influence body reactions that cannot normally be controlled, such as blood pressure, heartbeat, and body temperature.

This guided autogenic meditation will help you to achieve those positive effects.

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