Mountain Cabin Relaxation
Audio relaxation exercise focused on teaching the
three main methods of relaxation which include
slow, relaxed breathing, muscle relaxation, and
guided imagery. The imagery describes
taking a walk through the snow at night and
sitting in a mountain cabin in front of a fire.
Choose imagery based upon what seems pleasant
This may be used while sitting or lying down in
a quiet, comfortable place. Just close
your eyes and listen without trying to force
yourself to relax. If your mind wanders,
gently bring yourself back to focus on the
Although it describes gradually coming back to
full awareness at the end of the exercise, some
people use this to help with sleep. They
just tell themselves to ignore the directions to
become more aware.
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Do not use while operating a vehicle!