Some people think that autosuggestion is just some kind of magic; they’re wrong. First of all, it’s a simple concept. “Use your voice to change your mind.” Self Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness where a person loses complete control over his/her mind but is brought back into consciousness multiple times, often by the sound of a voice. This is a state of mind that can be utilized to help people break bad habits, such as addictions and phobias.
The process works by using the fundamentals of state of mind science to influence our subconscious. To begin, you’ll need to decide on the behavior you’d like to influence: whether to lose weight, quit smoking, quit drinking, increase confidence, etc. Next you’ll create a “hypnotic” audio file that plays in your car model’s stereo or CD player. (You can find some great examples of this online.) The next step is to get a friend to listen to or even copy your newly created auto-hypnosis file (the latter is easier than the former), and to “auto-hypnotize” you while you drive the car.
The way I do it is to get a new soft bag from the car accessory section and place the file in it. Next I make sure that the auto-hypnosis file is properly “installed” in my head, and that it begins playing before my morning coffee. (The morning is a good time because you’re usually more “hyped” and focused.) I typically use the same session several times a week, and I’ve found the benefits are lasting and powerful.
Another way I use autosuggestion to modify my driving habits is by reminding myself of the kind of safety features and anti-theft devices in my current vehicle has. For example, I know that if my vehicle’s anti-lock braking system is engaged, that it won’t be stolen from quickly (or even if it is stolen from me). I also know that a daytime running lamp helps keep the morning hours cooler on my auto insurance coverage, which allows me to make my monthly premium payment more affordable. Another vehicle feature that I actually have at my present vehicle is an automatic seatbelt pretzel. If I remember to switch it off when I’m parked, I avoid having the pretzel kick in during my daily commute.
Finally, I am mindful of my speed limit and the amount of property damage my vehicle causes on a yearly basis. I also pay attention to how I drive my vehicle, and I always park it in a secure location when I know that another driver is behind me, and that I can gain access to my vehicle quickly. In addition to all these points, I have auto insurance coverage for passengers, and I keep a close eye on the gas gauge. I don’t overfill my tank, and I always get close to the car pool to refuel.
When it comes to my auto insurance, I choose the same basic policy for all four vehicles I own, regardless of the model or age of each one. However, there are a few different factors that affect the cost of my premiums. I live in a rural community, so I pay less for both collision and comprehensive coverage because of the small population of the area. My premium is also less than it would cost in a city with a higher crime rate and more traffic congestion.
The first thing I do when I receive a quote for my auto insurance is to find out what car model and year I am driving. After that I determine the trim level of my vehicle. The trim level refers to the width, or height, of the tires on my vehicle. A higher trim level means that my vehicle is smaller than the others in its category, therefore, the cost of my premiums will be lower. If you have a small car in your family, you might consider a smaller trim level, but if you drive a nice car you can opt for a higher trim level to get the most out of your auto insurance policy.
To know how much your auto insurance will cost if you have a new or used vehicle, you need to know how many miles per year it will cover. Vehicles with a greater number of miles will cost you more money for your premium. A vehicle with lower mileage will cost you less money to drive. You will want to compare the trim levels of two vehicles to see which one will save you more money. Make sure that your current vehicle policy covers the maximum number of miles you intend to drive each year. You should check with your current auto policy provider and see what they require for the minimum number of miles that your policy covers.