What frequent dizziness means for biodecoding and what you can do

Frequent dizziness is not a pretty thing. Many people get motion sickness if they get on a boat, plane, or anything that moves. There are even those who feel dizzy just by moving.

If you are one of the people who suffers from dizziness too often, surely you know all that this implies, and surely it is not pleasant for you.

Beyond its physical causes, dizziness has an important relationship with emotions. For biodecoding, these are mainly related to different fears. Yes, fear makes you dizzy.

Not necessarily phobias. Rather it is about those internal fears, those that you permanently deny but they are there, and they are so strong that they need to be expressed in some way.

Finding and working on those fears will surely help you improve your frequent dizziness. And also, of course, to have a much fuller life.

Seasickness on a boat or plane

There are many people who cannot even get on a boat, since they know that they will not stand seasickness. The same thing happens to many people with the plane.

Although people are convinced that the problem is physical, and that the means of transport does not scare them, in reality when these frequent and disabling dizziness appear, the fear of death always hides behind.

It is a fear as old as life itself, and it is natural that it is always within us. In fact, it is part of our survival instinct. But we should know that we are most likely not going to die on a ship or plane.

Deep down, dizziness in these cases also has to do with the fear of not being able to control the direction of our steps. We are on a means of transport that we do not drive. Where are we going?

All those fears are reflected in the dizziness we feel.

Luise L. Hay proposes a new mental model for these dizzy spells:

I am absolutely safe in the Universe. Everywhere I am at peace. I trust in life.”

If you practice this mantra until you are convinced of it, you will see that seasickness on a boat or plane decreases significantly.

car sickness

People who get dizzy easily when driving a car also have a fear that they have a hard time facing. It’s about the fear of being trapped.

If you often feel dizzy when driving, you may see the vehicle as a cage. Of course you don’t do it consciously. But inside you, the fear of being caught, of losing your freedom, she screams.

So, you get dizzy.

You must work hard on the certainty that you are a free being, that you move comfortably through time and space. Repeat over and over again:

I am free. I move comfortably through time and space. Only love surrounds me

Dizziness when moving

Dizziness when moving is perhaps the most annoying of all, since it affects daily life at all times. If you often feel dizzy just by moving, or you are going through a time in your life where you get dizzy easily, fears are also behind it.

In this case, it has to do with the feeling of not being in control of your life. With the fear of lack of control, that things are going to go wrong and you can’t do anything to change it. It is common for these dizziness to appear in moments of great stress, when something important is coming up that depends on you.

Although they can also be the product of your usual anxiety. If you are one of those people who wants to have everything under control at all times, you may experience this type of dizziness when things seem to be slipping away.

In those cases, what you need to work on above all is this idea: the only thing you can always be in control of is your thoughts.

Things around you can go right or they can go wrong. It doesn’t depend on you. The world will keep turning the day you’re gone. But your thoughts, those are your personal domain. So, work on them, and you will see that dizziness and unpleasant sensations pass.


I am always in control of my thoughts. I am safe. I love and approve of myself.”

Do you think you are able to overcome your fears and reduce dizziness?


You can heal your life – Louise L. Hay