Help To Feel Comfortable On Airplanes

We live in an age where air travel is pretty much the norm. We enjoy the ability to get to places fast. Flying saves a whole lot of time, so long as your flight doesn’t get delayed.

Conversations about air travel tend to get increasingly more in-depth, relating to favorite airlines, best seats, best plane configuration, best food, best service as well as, of course, best value. All this is well and good, but for some people it doesnÂ’t matter what size the plane is or what standard of service or seating are provided; for these people any flight fills them with fear.

If they could just rid themselves of this fear they would be pretty happy on any airline in any seat at all. They just want to be able to fly without incessant worry and deep emotional turmoil.

A person who has not experienced such fear cannot ever really appreciate its impact. In fact, each individual who experiences fear of flying does so in his or her own way. The rest of us treat flying in a pretty mundane manner.

For some people, however, this fear means not ever setting foot upon an airplane. For others it means weeks of worry and lack of sleep before a very uncomfortable flight where their every nerve is jangling and every sound makes them leap through the roof. At its mildest, flying phobia still causes severe discomfort to the person who is in its grips and perhaps to those who are close to them.

If you suffer from fear of flying I wonder what ways you might have tried to find your way to overcome it? I ask this question because most people tend to think that they are stuck with their fear; that there is nothing that they can do about it, apart from gritting their teeth and enduring their fear.

I have met many people who have overcome this fear. The hardest way in which you might set about doing this is to just keep flying until you feel better. That’s like a person who is afraid of spiders holding one in his or her hand until they get used to it. Not an easy or comfortable task.

An easier option is to use hypnosis to access your subconscious mind. Most people don’t think of hypnosis because they don’t really know what it is or how it really works.

Hypnosis is a natural state of relaxation that provides the user with access to his or her subconscious mind. This is the part of your mind where instinctive and automatic patterns of thought and behavior are stored, including fears. A fear of flying is learned. You aren’t born with it. But once learned, the pattern of behavior and reaction repeats whenever a similar circumstance is encountered.

Hypnosis provides you with an environment whereby you can interrupt this cycle. You can call a halt to past instinctive reactions and make suggestions to pave the way to a new and comfortable reaction in its stead. This is a far easier, faster and more comfortable way in which to overcome fear of flying.

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