What is Fly and be Calm

Fly and Be Calm

Welcome to Fly and Be Calm™

The biggest breakthroughs in almost any field, come when a completely different mindset and approach is utilised on any specific problem. Fly and Be Calm™ is a perfect example of this, drawing from various fields including artificial intelligence, hypnotherapy, conditioned responses and linguistics.

For decades very little progress has been made when it comes to removing a flying phobia; with most teaching various distraction techniques rather than tackling the root cause of the anxiety – a conditioned fear response to the concept of flying and all that it involves.

In Fly And Be Calm™ various principles have been brought together in a unique manner, which has led to a breathtaking ability for fear to be drained away.  The manner in which the fear just drifts away simply hasn’t been possible before now because therapists are largely working at the wrong level of mind – that is the conscious mind. We will talk much more about why other methods struggle to tackle fear of flying here. Before going into specifics about Fly And Be Calm™, let’s take a look at phobias and how they develop.

A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder which involves an intense fear towards a particular object or context that is disproportional to the actual threat presented. Often a particular incident occurred in a person’s life in which a link was created between the concept and the fear response. The subconscious mind’s ability to form and maintain these connections is remarkable and often is very useful. For example if you walk across a road without looking and get run over, your mind may create mild anxiety for you in those contexts which will prompt you to pay attention to the task at hand.

However sometimes life events can occur in which a link is formed that doesn’t have any real value and causes a person a great deal of unnecessary stress. A phobia which involves a simple link is often referred to as a simple phobia. There are also complex phobias which have often evolved over time and spread over to other similar concepts.  For example if a child has a bad experience with a large Alsatian dog, at first he may only fear that particular breed of dog when they are barking. However in an effort to provide as much protection as possible, over time the subconscious may over -generalise and create anxiety in the presence of any dogs no matter how big/small they are and whether they pose any real threat.

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Flying phobias are much more likely to have complex origins than other phobias. Of course for some a bumpy ride on an early flight could create mild anxiety which can then take on a life of its own and grow into a more intense anxiety. It is a fact that turbulence is completely safe but our subconscious mind might still perceive danger and therefore generates the fear response. With no other factors involved this is a good example of a simple flying phobia.

In truth a fear of flying is unique to the individual. Imagine someone who as a child was locked in a room accidentally. At a very young age this may have been very distressing and they may develop a fear of being constrained. This could then morph over time into a fear of all situations in which they are not in control of a situation. This person may be intensely frightened of flying but really the phobia is nothing to do with flying; rather it is to do with control.

Another person may fear becoming emotional in public which would cause them to be embarrassed. This fear may have been generated in any number of ways. For example, as a child they may have had an experience in school in which they got upset and their classmates laughed at them. With this inner mechanism in place in the subconscious mind, it is easy for the mind to determine that on an aeroplane, physically leaving a situation isn’t very easy! In order to protect the person from embarrassment it creates anxiety to guide the person away from those circumstances.

From these brief examples I hope it is clear that fear of flying can be caused by so many factors, many of which are nothing to do with flying! The beauty of Fly And Be Calm™ is that it is constructed in such a way that whatever the specific nature of your fear, the emotion will quickly drain away. More will be discussed on this topic as you work your way through the information on this website.

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In this video Peter Owen briefly explains the inner workings of the Fly And Be Calm™ and how the unique Fear Eraser produces the rapid changes that it does.

Alternative fear of flying treatments are discussed along with an explanation as to why Fly And Be Calm™ is so much more effective and efficient.

What is Fly And Be Calm™?

Fly And Be Calm™ is a download consisting of 6 MP3 tracks which include instructions, the fear removal tool and two hypnotic tracks. The 12 minute fear eraser almost always removes anxiety after just one or two listens, though sometimes a little more repetition is required.

The hypnotic/linguistic tracks, are to be used leading up to the flight and can be used on the flight, more for your reassurance than any real need. These are used to engender a positive expectation of success when on the flight. By the point these tracks are used, typically all fear will be gone anyway. Because the technique is so rapid, it is easy to think, “Is that it? It’s surely got to take more than that?” The hypnotic/linguistics help to take care of any doubts such as these which can become a problem in themselves, They also boost the core changes already administered.

What truly separates Fly And Be Calm™ from all other methods is the manner and speed with which fear is drained away. There is no distraction or breathing technique required because the conditioned response of fear of flying has simply been removed. By no means will you need to understand how this system works. However for those of you who are curious, here is the science behind the tool. The fear eraser works on so many levels, but in particular through the combination of these three psychological principles:

Thought Pattern Interrupts

Classical Conditioning

Suggestion

Thought Pattern Interrupts

When we have a particular problem emotion, it is often preceded by a specific thought. Once this becomes “wired in” the emotion is automatically fired off whenever the individual has that thought. In effect it has a strong neural pathway between the concept/thought and the part of the brain responsible for the generation of emotion – the amygdala. Throughout the fear removal process, the listener is constantly asked to think of the painful memory/thought/scenario but almost straight away they are required to follow instructions on the audio. The repetition of this helps to scramble the neural link between the thought and the emotion.

Classical Conditioning

Noble prize winner Ivan Pavlov observed that a dog could be made to salivate by ringing a bell. This was done by ringing a bell every the time the dog was fed for a period of time which caused a mental link to occur between these two previously unrelated items. This capacity for conditioning/linking is also prevalent in humans and is exploited throughout the PSTEC click tracks, as certain words and taps are frequently combined at key points to help override the disempowering emotion.

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Suggestion

A technique called linguistic compression is utilised. This is a method in which a number  of suggestions are fired at the listener in such a way that exploits the manner in which our brains process language. This results in a reduction of emotional significance that is linked to the memory or thought being focused on. This is cleverly timed in order that critical faculty bypass occurs at key points, allowing the deep suggestion to go right through to the subconscious mind where the problem exists. In others words the part of our mind that is logical and analytical is put “offline” periodically to allow these important emotional changes to occur.

The fear eraser can seem like a strange process at first, but the scientific principles it draws from are absolutely concrete and uncontested amongst the psychological and scientific community. The results from using Fly and Be Calm™ are often instantaneous, especially when the fear is about one specific aspect of flying. Of course everyone’s neurology is different and some will respond far quicker than others, which is why sometimes a little repetition is required to completely remove all fear. Typical comments from people having gone through the process include, “After a few minutes I could feel the anxiety drain away from my chest. One minute my breathing was tight and now I just feel completely calm”.

Imagine having a top therapist with you at all times and that he has the ability to suck out any anxiety you are facing. In essence this tool provides you with such a service. More importantly once the fear is gone, in the majority of cases it will be gone with no further work required.

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