Can Erotic Hypnosis Improve Your Sex Life?
Yes, it can. The problem with most marriage and intimate relationships is unintentional automation. We all get into grooves and ruts. We go to work the same way, we go home the same way and unfortunately we also conduct our intimate relationships with the same type of strategy. It’s time to break free from your ho-hum “Thursday-night-sex-with-the-lights-off” life.
What is Erotic Hypnosis?
It’s a way of utilizing hypnosis for more than just stopping smoking and losing weight. People are in an out of trance all day long, most of the time without realizing it. And most couples have a tendency to get into very rote behaviors with the very person they could go wild with… their intimate partner.
The Types of Erotic Hypnotic Phenomena are:
Suggestibility – Subjects are typically more suggestible in a trance state than in a waking state. The other factors affecting this are tonality, pacing, rhythm, and choice of language patterns.
Negative Hallucination – A negative hallucination is removing the perception of stimulus that exists; this could be not seeing an object that is really there, not smelling a smell that is present, etc.
Positive Hallucination – A positive hallucination refers to experiencing stimulus that doesn’t exist; this could be seeing an object that is not present in the room, tasting a drink that does not exist and so on. Good examples of this can be making yourself invisible to the subject, having them believe a glass of water is a glass of beer, and have them experience the same emotions as when drunk, etc.
Analgesia – This is the dulling in the awareness of pain, this is slightly different to anesthesia which results in the complete lack of pain awareness. An example of this is suggesting numbness in body parts, a body part pricked by a needle with no feeling.
Anesthesia – The complete absence of pain, either in a specific area, body part or over the entire body.
Hyperesthesia – The increase of sensitivity to the body, skin or specific areas of the body.
Catalepsy – This is when there is a locking of the muscles, and reduction of psychomotor activity resulting in the ability for the subject to maintain a specific posture of position for a long period of time without the sense of fatigue. Examples of this are making the arm stiff and rigid like an iron bar, or the entire body between two objects allowing someone to sit on them like a bench, or even stuck and locked solid on the spot.
Time Distortion – This is pretty obvious from its name. A subject experience hypnosis will have a subjective experience of time and naturally may feel that more or less time has passed while they were experience hypnosis that has happened in reality. As described this can be a natural occurrence or time distortion can be forced by stating it as part of the hypnotic experience. An example of this would be putting someone to sleep, and moving them or carry out some activities in the background for several hours, and when bringing them out of hypnosis having them believe only minutes had passed.
Dissociation – This is a process that forms the basis for many of the hypnotic phenomena. It is the dissociation from the conscious and unconscious minds, suspending the logical, rational and intellectualized thought processes. This can lead to things such as positive and negative hallucinations; it’s a good stepping stone.
Amnesia – Probably one of my favorite phenomena, and one everyone knows, forgetting things, so amnesia is the functional loss of the ability to recall or identify information. The amazing thing about this in a hypnotic context is the ability to create the amnesia of things that would seem impossible to forget, such as the subject’s name, or age. Common examples for installing amnesia for someone’s name, not able to recall numbers or even amnesia for the hypnotic experience itself.
Post Hypnotic Suggestion –A Post Hypnotic suggestion refers to the execution of the suggestion at some later time or date or instructions or suggestions given during a previous hypnotic experience. Examples of this can be during the hypnosis session. The instructions could be that on future hearing of the command sleep from the hypnotist they will return to a deepened state of focus. Or that in the future word, touch or visual stimulus they will once again experience the hypnotic phenomena. Essentially, anything you have been able to achieve before can be replayed upon instruction at a later date.
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