car guided meditation asmr how relaxing is it to be a passenger being
driven in a car? After a long day of life experiences with
the hurried pace of the day, being driven to a holiday destination. A short
vacation, one in which you can relax. You already feel sleepy, the car is warm,
you feel safe with your seatbelt and the road noise only relaxes you further.
As you close your eyes the sounds around you soothe any tension you may be feeling.
After all, you are getting away from it all. This is quite a quiet car and you can mostly
hear the road noise, the rain and the occassional sounds of the instruments that operate the
car. The headlights that shine the way ahead, dimly
illuminate what is in front. You become hypnotized by the passing nature
that surrounds you. Feeling sleepier and sleepier, the sounds
around you start to fade out and you can only hear the sound of your breathing.
A very contented rhythym of breathing deepens your need for sleep.
The rain that gently taps on the roof and windshield of the car starts to sound like
white noise. The more you hear the rain, the more it seems to disperse with every breath
you automatically take. With each breath your whole body becomes heavier
and starts to sink further, as if being pulled down to a resting position.
Your head rolls into a comfortable place and your face starts to relax.
Your finger tips loosen to the ease of relaxation that you feel.
Your leg muscles deflate with every passing breath.
Having the relaxing feeling of sleep descending upon you, your jaw relaxes, peeling
your tongue away from the roof of your mouth. Lastly your eyelids stay heavy and untense,
which sends a wave of sleep down your whole body.
With your mind now cleared of any thought, you deepen the need for sleep as you hear
the sounds around you.
relax. untense and unwind, there’s no need to think
about anything right now. it’s time for sleep.