Seasick Without A Boat?

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Many people experience Seasickness on boats in water. Some people suffer from Seasickness in LIFE. I think I know why.
Seasickness is a form of motion sickness characterized by a feeling of nausea and, in extreme cases, vertigo, experienced after spending time on a craft on water.

This condition is caused by the rocking motion of the craft. Most people tend to concentrate on the inner surroundings, or close the eyes and try to sleep. This will cause the worst effect of the disturbance.

The brain receives conflicting signals: while the eyes show a world that is still, our body, and in particular the equilibrium sensors located in our ears, send signals of a moving environment. This discordance causes the mind to send to the whole body a general alarm signal, in order to stop all activities, in particular the most complex of all, the digestion process.

When you spend more time concentrating on you and not the bigger picture (GOD), you get Seasick. 

People that experience sea sickness do because they are trying to stop or control the WAVES and have not learned to sail or ride the waves!!

Generally, the disturbance will cease once the visual and motion stimuli are synchronized. This can be obtained by concentrating on the HORIZON until things appears fixed and horizontal. This is the signal that our vision has switched from the reference system of the boat to the reference system of the earth.


If you don’t believe me, look it up for yourself!!


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  1. Totally makes sense to me. It’s all about focus.


  2. Lol! Some of my earliest memories are episodes of motion sickness – I couldn’t play on swings or sea-saws. Disneyland was a bust for me. šŸ˜Š And, yes, I have been known to try to control the motion of the universe. I embrace the correlation and thank you for the insight!

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  3. Awesomely Profound !!!!


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