If you’re reading this it is because you are interested in hypnosis. How often are you reminded of what a great subject you are, though? Even if you’ve previously struggled to trance this does not make you a bad subject – far from it! Hypnosis inductions are like keys and your mind is the lock – not every key will fit every lock. This doesn’t mean that the key or the lock are faulty – it simply means that particular key doesn’t fit that particular lock. Find the right technique/key and it will unlock your mind. Keep persevering and you will be rewarded.
In the meantime, here are 5 reasons why you are a great hypnosis subject:
- Genuine interest
- Open minded – this is a niche and you’ve decided to explore what it has to offer.
- You’re doing this for yourself and your wellbeing – we all need to be a little selfish sometimes and erotic hypnosis (and hypnosis in general) is a fantastic way to embrace pleasure.
- You’re learning to listen – an undervalued skill in a society where we spend most of our time talking rather than really listening. Hypnosis helps you cultivate this skill to become a better hypnosis subject and a better person in general.
What do you feel makes you an excellent hypnosis subject? I would love to hear your thoughts. Please share them below.
I’m a great hypnosis subject because releasing control of my conscious mind allows me to be more sensitive to what I’m really feeling, emotionally and in terms of bodily sensation. We all have a need to be in touch with ourselves, so we can process it rather than suppressing or ignoring what we’re feeling. Eroticism, too, is a focus on bodily sensation, and can play an important role in knowing oneself better.
I never considered myself to be a ‘great’ hypnotic subject, but over time with the right hypnotists I’ve learned to be a better subject… I’d always wanted to experience post-hypnotic amnesia, kind of the acid test that I’d really been hypnotised, and I always found myself remembering the things I was supposed to forget (probably due to my own desire to experience amnesia, I was too fixated on the result to let go enough to let it happen and ended up ‘latching-on’ to suggestions)… but eventually I did start to experience it – not initially as a result of direct suggestion, but more down to trance depth and letting go of my expectations… now I find it easy to let go and I experience at least partial amnesia every time I go deep into trance…