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Autogenic Dynamics

Resources
APhysiological, Psychological, and Research Matters
A1The Stress Response, the Relaxation Response and the Tend and Befriend Response
A2Autogenic Training Meta-analysis (Stetter and Kupper 2002)
A3Towards a concept of happiness and well-being [Zz-36]
A4Autogenic Training and CBT [Zz-10 ]
A5Autogenic Training, CBT, and recurrent depression. (Krampen 1999)
A6Sleep Matters
A7Porges and The Polyvagal Theory - Reflections on clinical and therapeutic significance (2012)
A8The Polyvagal Theory and a more sympathetic awareness of the ANS (after Porges et al) (2012)
A9Emotions, Well-Being and Immune Function: Awe and Shame as modulators of Being – for good or ill (2015)
BNeuro-science and related matters
B1Bears, Imagination and Well-Being
B2Reframing, Reappraisal and Well-Being
B3Part I: The Origins of Affect and Affective Neuroscience – and the misplacing of Affect in the Neo-cortex (updated 2012)
B3Part II: Emotional Operating Neuro Circuits – a brief introduction to Panksepp’s model (updated 2012)
B4Emotional Triggers and the Refractory Period [Zz-54-V7]
B5Emotions, Frontal Lobe Dynamics and Autogenic Training (revised & updated 2014)
B6Perceptions, flowers, and reality
B7The Effects of Positive Imagination on Anxiety and Affect
B8Empathy, Mirror Neurones, and Prefrontal cortex
B9Mental Training, the Pre-frontal cortex, Resilience and Equanimity
B10Snakes, Conditional Stimuli, and Equanimity – Approaches to treating mind-body disturbances
B11Transforming Distressing Mind-Body-States – from Negative Ruminations towards Well-Being
B12Affect Labelling, Autogenic Training, and reducing Emotional Distress
B13Expressive Writing and Well-Being – the efficacy of intentionally Off Loading through writing (2013)
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B15Towards a Growth Mindset (2014)
B16Antidotes to Threats our Minds Create – the Soothing and Contentment System (2013)
B17The Window of Affective Tolerance- Reflections on Childhood Stressors and some Clinical, Psychological and Personal Implications (based on Ogden) (2014)
B18The Space to Choose - reflections on the gap between stimulus and the response (2014)
B19Reflections on a Secure Base -  Attachment and Autogenic Dynamics
CReflections on Mindfulness & Mindsight
C1An Overview of Mindsight, Mindfulness and Attunement
C2Mindsight - our seventh sense – and associated middle pre-frontal cortex functions
C3Resonance Circuits, Mirror Neurones, and Mindfulness
C4The Hub of Mindsight
C5Five Key Components of Mindfulness (Based on concepts of Daniel Siegel 2007) ZZ 97
C6-AIntegration and Well Being - original 3 page version (2011)
C6-BIntegration and Well Being - expanded 17 page version (2013)
C7Being in touch with our feelings – Hemispheric Integration (includes the concept of Affect Labelling)
C8Lost or disturbing memories – Memory Integration
C9Making sense of our lives – Narrative Integration
C10Autogenic Training, Insight Meditation and Mindful Awareness
C11Timely Integration
C12Presence in Mind - Autonomic Afferents and Well-Being (2014)
DAutogenic Training, Meditation and Mindfulness
D1Reflections on foundations for mindful living
D2Dana Paramita
D3Store Consciousness and Watering our Positive Seeds
D4Duhkha, Impermanence, and inter-relatedness (Some Reflections on Sakyamuni, Inter-relatedness, and Well-Being)
D5Seven Practices of Mindfulness (after Thich Nhat Hanh)
D6A brief introduction to two basic forms of Meditation
D7Foundations of Mindfulness
D8 Duhkha II The Second Arrow and Sympathetic Afferents (2017)
D9Duhkha III: Reducing duhkha – Experiential Modes, Mindfulness and Intuitive Working Memory (2017)
D10Look at the Cypress Tree (2015)
D11Sukha – Paths of Well-Being, PSNS Afferents, and Inner Warmth: from Duhkha to Sukha (2017)
EArticle based on talks given by Ian Ross
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E03Look at the Cypress Tree – Autonomic Afferents and Well-Being - Background Research Paper for talk given to the British Autogenic Society Annual Lecture London - 21st May 2016

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