Fear of Flying and Two Easy Ways to Overcome It

Fear of flying is not uncommon. Honestly, I think it should be normal. I mean, if you think you’re going to be transported through the upper atmosphere at high speed, into a tin cylinder – who wouldn’t be afraid? But flying was so common that the fear of flying is now considered unusual. They should give up and give other useless “advice”.

How can you overcome this fear? Taking medication can dull you enough to fly without panicking, but it won’t help with deep-seated fear. And being outspoken doesn’t help you stay in touch with your intuition. And this largely overlooked emotion can be your guide if you can listen to it. You can consider best “course afraid of flying” ( which is also called “corso paura di volare” in the Italian language)

Meditation can help calm you down and reduce irrational fears, while at the same time staying alert and open to your inner feelings. And I encourage everyone to meditate regularly. It shouldn’t mean sitting in the lotus position and singing for half an hour. This can be as simple as sitting still, closing your eyes, and letting your mind wander.

Just a few minutes on a regular basis, every day can do wonders for your general calm. And it’s everywhere – in airport waiting rooms, in parks, on trains, in taxis, even at traffic lights.

Another great way to help with anxiety or anxiety is to take a Bach flower rescue medicine. This is a deep yet gentle way to overcome any fear. And you can’t overdose on Rescue Remedy. If you are a little embarrassed by frequent dosing, you can add a few drops to a water bottle. They give you medicine every time you take a sip of water.