Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents

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The Fear of Accidents (Dystychiphobia) is most often suffered by people who have experienced a serious or near-fatal accident in their past.

Sufferers of this irrational fear are constantly fearful and anxious about the possibility of injuring themselves or others as a result of some sort of accident. They may also fear property damage.

 

 

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Dystychiphobia is the technical term for the fear of accidents. The word dys is Greek for ‘bad’, tych is Greek for ‘accident’ and phobia is Greek for ‘fear’. So dys-ych-phobia means ‘bad accident fear’. People with this irrational fear are constantly anxious about the possibility of injuring themselves or others as a result of some sort of accident. They may also fear causing property damage.

Some associated phobias include Vehophobia, the irrational fear of driving a vehicle. Amaxophobia or Hamaxophobia, which is the fear of riding in a vehicle. Hemophobia is the fear of blood.

The Fear of Accidents (Dystychiphobia) is most often suffered by people who have experienced a serious or near-fatal accident in their past.

“I had a commericial airline pilot come to me who was suffering from this phobia and associated panic attacks as a result of witnessing a horrific traffic accident. He did not seek treatment until he crashed his plane upon landing, with passengers, as he was experiencing a panic attack,” said Peter Zapfella.

Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents
Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents

In some cases, the phobia can be triggered by the death of someone close, as a result of an accident. In some cases it may be triggered by childhood stories and perhaps movies..

This phobia can encompass any type of accident, or something very specific (such as motor vehicles, aircraft, boats, industrial, home-based, sport, public places, bikes, horses, ladders  ….. almost anything.

The criteria for the diagnosis of a specific phobia includes:

  • the persistent fear of an object or situation.
  • exposure to the feared object provokes an immediate anxiety/fear response.
  • adult patients recognize that the fear is excessive, unreasonable or irrational.
  • exposure to situations where an accident could occur is most often avoided altogether or is endured with dread.
  • the fear interferes significantly with daily activities (social, familial, occupational, etc.)
  • anxiety, panic attacks or avoidance cannot be accounted for by anything else but the fear of accidents.

The symptoms of a phobia and associated panic may include;

  • shortness of breath,
  • rapid shallow breathing,
  • irregular heartbeat,
  • excessive sweating
  • nausea,
  • dry mouth,
  • inability to articulate words or sentences,
  • shaking,
  • feeling to run-away.

The symptoms of a phobia and associated panic may include;

  • shortness of breath,
  • rapid shallow breathing,
  • irregular heartbeat,
  • excessive sweating
  • nausea,
  • dry mouth,
  • inability to articulate words or sentences,
  • shaking,
  • feeling to run-away

The feelings of dread are very real for the sufferer because the unconscious mind has activated an instinctive fear reaction. The reaction is either ‘stand (as in freeze) and fight’ or ‘flight’ (run away).

Those with associated post-traumatic stress disorder may experience intrusive thoughts or dreams of the original accident.

Synonyms of the word accident include: calamity,casualty, disaster,Hazard, mishap,pileup, setback,blow,collision, crack-up,fender-bender, fluke,misadventure, misfortune,smash,total,rear ender, smashup,stack-up, wrack-up

Antonyms of the word accident include: designedly, by design, purposely, on purpose, by choice, deliberately, advisedly, intentionally, planned.

Synonyms of the word phobia include; anxiety, aversion, distaste, dread, loathing, obsession, panic, resentment, revulsion, avoidance, detestation, disgust, dislike, fear, hatred, irrationality, neurosis, repulsion and terror.

The symptoms of a phobia (which may include; extreme anxiety, dread and anything associated with panic such as shortness of breath, rapid breathing, irregular heartbeat, excessive sweating, nausea, dry mouth, inability to articulate words or sentences and shaking) are very real for the sufferer, because the unconscious mind has activated the instinctive fear reaction.

Our deep unconscious mind is supposed to seek out threats and assess the level of danger to protect us. Sometimes it thinks the level of threat and danger is worse than it is in reality. If the irrational fear or phobia results in a panic attack, it is the panic attack which is the real threat. The phobic reaction has failed its purpose because it is not protecting at all. It is the danger because the sufferer cannot focus and think clearly.

Meanwhile the logical and analytical, executive conscious part of the mind knows that almost all dogs love humans. Some can be harmful because they have been trained as guard dogs. But they are a minority, and should be on a chain or under the control of their handler.

Our deep unconscious mind is supposed to seek out threats and assess the level of danger to protect us. Sometimes it thinks the level of threat and danger is worse than it is in reality. If the irrational fear or phobia results in a panic attack, it is the panic attack which is the real threat. The phobic reaction has failed its purpose because it is not protecting at all. It is the danger because the sufferer cannot focus and think clearly.

Some old out-dated phobia treatments were called ‘desensitisation’. It involved exposing the sufferer to the object of their fear over and over again. This most often caused abreactions — a type of catharsis.

Abreactions are strong, often disturbing emotional and even physical reactions to something re-experienced from the past, as if real. Abreactions could re-traumatize rather than achieve the desired healing, particularly if there is no experienced therapist present to ‘rescue’ the patient (when listening to an MP3 at home for example).

Sigmund Freud and Josef Breuer used hypnosis to assist patients to recall and relive traumatic experiences from their past which had been repressed by the unconscious for protection. Freud then abandoned this therapy approach. Psychoanalyst Carl Jung expressed interest in abreactions as a possible way to purge trauma, but later decided it had serious limitations. Science fiction writer and founder of ScientologyL. Ron Hubbard had observed abreactive therapy in a Navy hospital. He then wrote about it in his book Dianetics, claiming it as his own invention. Truth is, it had fallen out of favour long before he picked it up. Some psychologists are experimenting with technology, such as VR goggles, to use ‘cyber desensitisation’ which still persists in causing abreactions.

Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents subliminal messages are abreaction free, so you can rest assured you are safe.

Synonyms of the word phobia include; anxiety, aversion, distaste, dread, loathing, obsession, panic, resentment, revulsion, avoidance, detestation, disgust, dislike, fear, hatred, irrationality, neurosis, repulsion and terror.

When ‘Welcome’ subliminal affirmations are used to ‘lock-in’ the deep unconscious shift achieved following one-on-one therapy with Peter Zapfella the results can be nothing less than miraculous.

The more the Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents messages are repeated over and over, the more they are uncritically accepted by the deep unconscious. If you listen to the Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ your unconscious mind will hear this message almost 400 times every night. If you were to listen to the ‘Environmental – Lake waves’ MP3 while sleeping, you could choose to also listen to the ‘Pleasant piano and guitar melody’ and/or the  ‘Zumba’ – Latin style dance music during the day. Then your deep unconscious would hear the affirmations repeated around 800 – 1200 times, while your logical conscious mind would hear it around 60 – 90 times. That’s powerful because a message repeated enough will become a new unconscious belief.

Also because we all have different listening preferences, Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents has a choice of foreground variants for you to choose from. ‘Click here’ to hear samples.

Perhaps the cheapest and easiest option is to download and listen to Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents subliminal affirmations as recommended. This approch is very effective for many people.

An alternative option is to consult with Peter using Skype to complete diagnostics and a one-on-one interview where he can recommend the most appropriate suppliments, nutrition, MP3 resources etc etc for your individual challenge.

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The Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents MP3 can be most effectively used as a long-term maintenance resource to ‘lock-in’ the new unconscious beliefs, following one-on-one therapy with Peter Zapfella.

Now you can listen to Welcome Life Beyond Fear of Accidents subliminals when ready to sleep and let these gentle and encouraging words guide your unconscious mind into the realms of dreams.

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Subliminal Affirmation Text:

“You release all irrational fear and concern of accidents now. You release old worries and anxiety now. You release everything that created that past fear of accidents now. The original cause of the irrational fear is just a distant past memory. You are happier now because you are free of that old worry and concern.

The fear and control that the fear of accidents had over your life has vanished. You are happier now because you are free of that old worry and concern.

You are calm and in control. You take every reasonable care to stay safe and secure.

You are now more clear in the mind, more relaxed in the body, you are more confident and coping better with everything and everybody, because you know you are free of the fears and anxieties of fear of accidents forever and ever.”

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