Motion sickness manifests in some individuals while traveling or acceleration and deceleration by car, train, sea and air. Symptoms may include headache, nausea, vomiting, weakness, cold sweat, pallor, and torpor.
Often, motion sickness is caused by an underlying fear of death or loss of control. Symptoms parallel those of mild panic or anxiety. You want to take control in order to avoid being caught in a new situation from which you wouldn't know how to escape. This keeps you from fully experiencing the joy and exhilaration of the present moment. Motion sickness is very common in agoraphobics. See AGORAPHOBIA.
If you experience motion sickness, your body is telling you to let go and stop trying to control everything. Allow yourself to openly express your fears. It's interesting to note that motion sickness is rarely experienced when traveling alone. Determine what is going on in your head prior to the motion sickness. In whom do you lack confidence? Are they not capable of having the answers and solutions you need? Your body is telling you to let go and trust others, especially to trust in the Universe. You'll find that, once you do, the Universe will take care of you and you'll be able to go with the flow.