FLYING & FEAR OF FLYING
Jeff (not his real name) was afraid to fly. He was also afraid of heights. He was confined to living and working on the ground floor of a building. I Body Dowsed him and found a female Cognitive Shock (on the right side of his body). It turned out to be about a girl he’d had sex with while they were both still teenagers. His body told me the story his mind had repressed. <> Body Dowsing detects motor tics. Motor tics on the left side of the body (originating from the back of the body on the right side) reveal a male engram. Motor tics on the right side of the body (originating from the back of the body on the left side) reveal a male engram. I’ve never found an exception to this rule (but the opera ain’t over till the big lady sings). <> Flying and the Fear of Flying are closely linked to sexual intercourse. The first might be called the Howard Hughes Syndrome and the second the Erica Jong Syndrome. <> Sid Lipsey (“Sex may be the best way to cure fear of flying, according to new study,” Sept. 15, 2015) wrote … “… the new research suggests that those who suffer from anxiety are expert consolidators. According to the MIT study, animals that underwent chronic stress prior to a traumatic experience consolidated bad experiences quicker and more thoroughly than non-stressed animals. Researchers say that’s because anxious brains become much more sensitive to serotonin, a chemical that helps etch memories onto the brain. The researchers says those quickly and vividly-implanted memories often lead to flashbacks, nightmares, and panic — key symptoms of post-traumatic stress. “[Tom] Bunn says that’s absolutely true in airplane passengers. ‘Anybody who’s got anxiety in their lives when they get on a plane is more likely to produce post-traumatic stress,’ he says.” <> One reason sex is therapy for the fear of flying is that sex is what caused the problem in the first place. <> Just so you know … Not all Flying or Fear of Flying has to do with sex. Body Dowsing is the foolproof method to know for sure. . .