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Hypnosis for Road-Rage

Imagine driving down a busy road with lots of idiot drivers, learners, slow old dudes, waiting 20 minutes while a stupid bimbo tries to park, and a couple of road-racers whizz by almost scratching your car, but you remain calm, tranquil and full of patience. Imagine being so cool, and relaxed even after passing twenty sets of traffic lights all on red, and even when someone send you a dirty offensive hand signal. This trusted program will transform your reaction to driving, and show you how to automatically relax and enjoy each journey.

Road rage is a term that has become popular to describe angry, hostile reactions when driving that are directed toward other drivers. Ranging from true violence and insulting other drivers to aggressive tailgating and rude gesturing, road rage is a dangerous habit. Self hypnosis and mind control is an effective way to use more caution and tranquility while driving.

Anger on the road

Traffic and crowding of roads and highways is one reason people resort to road rage. The construction of new roads has not kept pace with car production, leaving drivers feeling stressed and cramped. The territorial nature of humans is to react defensively when we feel that our space has been invaded also plays a role. Finally, the security of having a strong car between us and the outside world can produce a false sense of security, and extra strength.

  Road rage is a term that has become popular to describe angry, hostile reactions when driving that are directed toward other drivers. Ranging from true violence and insulting other drivers to aggressive tailgating and rude gesturing, road rage is a dangerous habit. Self hypnosis and mind control is an effective way to use more caution and tranquility while driving.

Traffic and crowding of roads and highways is one reason people resort to road rage. The construction of new roads has not kept pace with car production, leaving drivers feeling stressed and cramped. The territorial nature of humans is to react defensively when we feel that our space has been invaded also plays a role. Finally, the security of having a strong car between us and the outside world can produce a false sense of security, and extra strength.

Both victims and aggressors of road rage are most likely to be young males, but road rage occurs across all ages. It is most common in urban areas where overcrowding of the roads is greatest. Most people report having been the victim of an aggressive act by another driver, and over half admit to having acted aggressively.

If you are overcome with anger while driving, try to remain tranquil, calm and regain control over your emotions. Recognize that an aggressive driver is just unleashing his or her anger on the rest of the world and not at you specifically, so don't personalize the incident, and try to accept the fact that mistakes occur. We all make them, and maybe what you perceived as an aggressive act was a simple mistake.

 

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Inductions

Affirmations

Rainforest

20m

1. Road Rage
2. Breathing

*Free Gifts

*Meditation
*Stress Buster
*Anxiety Stress

Paradise Beach

23m

Riverboat

18m

Lighthouse Spa

14m

Flying Clouds

20m

Space Voyage

23m

Sahara Magic

32m

Bootcamp

11m

Scary Tunnel

6m

Peace Garden

8m

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An angry or stressed-out driver is a potentially dangerous driver. Why let another driver ruin your day and mood, probably someone you do not know and will probably never see again. If you feel out of control, find a safe place to pull over, stop, calm down and unwind. Keep in mind that, unless you are a police officer, it is not your job to punish others for poor driving, and remember that safety is your number one concern. To control an angry, response, focus on your breathing, breath with your diaphragm, pay attention to each breath as it goes in and out and maintain a normal breathing rhythm.

 

You can protect yourself from potential driver violence by following some basic tips:

  • Give an angry driver plenty of space.
  • Avoiding eye contact with another angry driver.
  • Use your horn for emergencies only.
  • Don't make bad gestures to other drivers.
  • Don't drive slowly in the (fast) lane.
  • Don't cut off other drivers.
  • Don't tailgate.

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