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Spells - driving test in a couple of weeks


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Can anyone help please?

I am taking my driving test in a couple of weeks time, and am looking for any spells which may help.

I have found general wish and empowerment spells but nothing specific.

I am so nervous, even on mock tests .I do such stupid stuff, I feel like giving myself a slap!.

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I can't give you any specific "driving test" spells, but what about writing your own? Ones you write yourself tend to be more potent than just repeating what someone else has done in any case. :)

 

I would visualise yourself being in the car with the examiner, feeling confident and steady, and then visualise the happy outcome where the examiner tells you you've passed. :)

 

Do you have a fave piece of music which always calms you down? What I did when I sat my test (many, MANY years ago... :D ) was to play this one record over and over and over again before I was due to leave (Louis Armstrong, Wonderful World), while I sat and did a bit of deep breathing. It worked a treat in quelling the rising tide of panic before I set off! Then, when in the car with the examiner, whenever I could feel myself beginning to panic a bit, I'd just start breathing really deeply, and that song would just start playing in my head, and it'd calm me right down again.

 

It's just general relaxation techniques, but since it does tend to be nerves that causes the problems, it's worth focussing on methods that work for you.

 

And remember, the instructor only wants to be sure that you're safe to be let loose on the road, he's not looking for you to be an expert.

 

Let us know how you get on and the very best of luck!

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Thanks for the advice. I have been doing my positive visualisations and incantations already, plus taking kalms.

I will have to find the time and write my own spell .

I am definitely going to do the music thing as well,(Burried Alive By Love, by HIM), especially as it has helped to have it in my head at work when I have been stressing out.

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I'll be taking my driving test for the fourth time next week :o_cuddle: !

I reckon it depends entirely on the examiner you get so make a spell to attract nice guys :o_baeh: .

I'm sure I would've passed if it hadn't been for the pedantic little b*gger on my second test :o_baeh: , of course the other two guys failed me so maybe it was all for the best :lol: .

Anyway, best of luck to you m'dear, and remember: all the important stuff happens after the test.

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