Using Hypnosis To Explore Pleasure

Hypnosis is an incredible tool. It can be used to accomplish all manner of things and its scope and potential should never be underestimated.  As I regularly remind my clients, the only limit to what’s possible with hypnosis is your imagination.  It’s a substantial claim, but one that I ceaselessly enjoy demonstrating.

Different people choose to explore hypnosis for different reasons.  Some are curious about the trance experience in and of itself, whilst for others trance is a vehicle which they intend to utilise to explore other desires.

There is no right or wrong way to use/explore hypnosis, but for the purposes of this blog I am going to focus on the utilisation of hypnosis (yes I used an “s” and not a “z” – I’m British) for pleasure.  Pleasure is, after all, a big draw for many (understandably) and it is also my specific area of expertise.

If you’ve paid careful attention to the homepage of my website you’ve probably noticed the tagline “I can make all your fantasies come true”. Many assume it’s simply a marketing ploy, but the reality is far more exciting.  The reality is that I mean every word, as many of my clients have already discovered to their utter delight and after having successfully overcome their initial disbelief.

Pleasure is powerful. Inspirational. I’m sure you’ve felt that deep, intense craving for a particular kind of pleasure before, haven’t you?  At times it sneaks up on you…at other times it speaks to a more enduring, aching longing…that need and desire for pleasure is always with us, and hypnosis offers a powerful means to fully explore the myriad of possibilities and opportunities that exist.

After all – pleasure means different things to different people. Yes, erotic pleasure is one very exquisite option, but there are others…the tranquil, blissful and serene sensation that comes with surrendering to trance (and is so often overlooked)…the pleasure that comes from being able to quieten an anxious mind and deeply relax a tense body…the options for indulgence are many and varied, as are the levels of intensity that can be explored and played with (ask me about my numbers triggers the next time you enjoy a session with me and you’ll see what I mean).

You can use hypnosis to explore familiar pleasures and discover new ones…to push boundaries and stretch your comfort zone and in doing so allow yourself to become open to a world of new possibilities. The anticipation and reward of new discoveries are in and of themselves pleasurable as well as the pleasure of the discoveries themselves.

Pleasure can be compounded in hypnosis…have you ever been able to explore what it feels like to enjoy multiple different yet simultaneous kinds of pleasure?  Well, now you can. Now it can be your reality.  Soft, gentle, intense, aching, decadent pleasure…all within your grasp when you trance.  Who wouldn’t want that?  Hmm?

But what if you’ve already tried to trance but struggled?  Does this mean that you’re somehow cut off from the opportunity to indulge in the pleasures I have been talking about? Of course not!  Many of my existing clients previously struggled to trance before they sought me out.  Today they are my walking success stories and repeated proof that with the right guidance and understanding, almost anyone can achieve trance easily.

The key to success is finding a hypnotist whose style works well with your abilities (because you most certainly are able) and the willingness to invest in the opportunity.  Some clients have found my mp3’s alone have worked for them, whereas for others success came after enjoying a live session with me.  There is no right or wrong – only what works for you.

The journey toward exploring pleasure begins with a single step…take it.

 

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Leveraging your analytical gifts to achieve successful hypnotic trance

I am a firm believer that analytical people make some of the best hypnosis subjects. I completely dispute the frustratingly pervasive assumption peddled by far too many hypnotists that analytical people are “bad” or “difficult” subjects because in my (many years of) experience this simply isn’t true.

I have had the pleasure of hypnotizing countless people and nothing brings me more joy than working with an analytical subject because right from the get-go I know that they are going to be amazing to work with.

How do I know this? Because analytical people are blessed with an incredible, often untapped and underappreciated gift. Their gift is that which far too many hypnotists incorrectly malign – the ability to analyse.

I don’t know how, when or where the assumption arose that analysing one’s trance experience is a negative thing and not to be encouraged but I do know that it’s utter nonsense. Yes, many people respond well to being told to “relax and not think”. It gives them permission to switch their mind off and focus on what the hypnotist is saying.

But that technique isn’t a catch all. It doesn’t work for everyone. If you’re analytical, being told to “relax and not think” often leads to the opposite effects (am I relaxed enough? How do I not think? I’m thinking about not thinking! type thoughts). This in turn leads to distraction and frustration and the (totally wrong) assumption that trance is at best difficult and at worst impossible for analytical people.

But what would happen if the subject was given permission to analyse? To be told that it is okay to explore and think about their trance experience as they are experiencing it? What if the hypnotist could gently guide the subject’s focus without imposing rigid rules around relaxation and not thinking? What if a more flexible approach was encouraged and more appropriate support offered to the subject by the hypnotist?

Well, I can tell you from my own experience (and I have chosen to specialise in working with analytical and so-called “difficult” subjects so that should tell you something) that this is when the magic happens.

Giving the subject permission to leverage their analytical abilities and appreciate them for the gift they are rather than a problematic hindrance transforms the hypnotic trance experience from one of stress and worry (will I be able to trance? Is it working? Am I doing it right?) To one of confidence, positivity and self-assurance (Yes, I notice that. Yes, I feel how that sensation has evolved, etc).

By allowing a subject to utilise their innate analytical gifts, and appropriately supporting them in doing so, they (the subject) are able to engage more deeply with the hypnosis experience. The result is that they trance faster and deeper than the average person. Because they are able to self-verify more quickly than the average person how their trance is evolving, they progress at a faster pace and enjoy a more profound hypnotic trance experience.

This is how the magic happens – encourage a subject to utilise and engage with the tools and gifts they already possess rather than trying to suppress them and they come alive. I have seen it time and time again, and the more they experience this, the more confident in themselves and their abilities they become and the more effective the trance experience becomes.

Success is often contingent on the support of an experienced hypnotist with experience of supporting analytical people which is why I constantly recommend people do their research, but the ability itself of a person to achieve trance does not lie with the hypnotist – it lies with the subject. The hypnotist’s job is simply to guide and support the subject and allow them to achieve their true potential.

I promise you – if you are analytical, you are a gifted hypnosis subject. If you’ve struggled to succeed so far that is not your fault in any way, shape or form. Different people learn in different ways. Once you find a method that works for you, you will be able to achieve things you never even imagined.

So – now you’re aware of the potential that lies inside of you, how do you get started?

I typically recommend live sessions over mp3s initially as in my experience this is a good way to lay the groundwork, create a solid base to build upon and allows the hypnotist to tailor the experience specifically to you.  Some hypnotists offer in-person sessions whilst others, such as myself, offer remote video sessions (see my Live Sessions page for more information). I don’t believe that one is better than the other – if anything video sessions offer more flexibility and choice as you don’t have to travel, plus are just as effective as in person sessions. Ultimately, it comes down to what you’re comfortable with and what the hypnotist you’ve chosen to work with offers.

Remember – You need invest in yourself and appreciate your worth. Take your time, find a hypnotist whose style works for you and enjoy the journey!

5 simple tips for making trancing easier

Trance doesn’t have to be hard. Even if you’ve struggled to trance in the past it doesn’t mean that you are a “bad” or “difficult” subject (please run a mile from anyone who tries to tell you that you are!). We all learn in different ways which means that some techniques will work better on some people than on others. That doesn’t make some people better subjects than others – it simply highlights the fact that we all learn in different ways and that hypnotists should be aware of and respond to this fact (sadly many don’t and instead blame the subject. Such hypnotists are to be avoided at all costs!)

 

There are some simple things you can do to ensure that trancing becomes easier and ultimately more successful for you. I’ve shared some ideas below:

 

  • Research I know this sounds boring but I promise you that it pays dividends. The more you understand about hypnosis and what to expect, the better your experience will be. Just ensure that you are getting your information from legitimate sources.

 

  • Ask questions As above, the more you understand the more comfortable and confident you will feel. Asking questions doesn’t always mean asking the hypnotist, though. You can make a list of questions you have and research the answers yourself. Where you do reach out to a hypnotist for answers, if you are asking more than one or two basic questions then please consider paying the hypnotist for their time and expertise. After all, the information they are sharing ultimately benefits you!


  • Communicate If you have worries/concerns about anything, have ideas of what you want to achieve or things aren’t happening the way you expect, speak up! I mean, obviously be polite and respectful but never be afraid to speak up and share. Open, honest communication is vitally important. It will help you feel more comfortable and will help the hypnotist better understand what you need for trance to be successful. Communication also cuts both ways so make sure that the hypnotist is answering any questions you have thoroughly (though as mentioned above be mindful of the time and energy that they are investing into your questions).


  • Be gentle with yourself If things aren’t working the way you hope/expect it is easy to get frustrated. I get it. But I promise you that you are not a bad subject. You simply haven’t found the right induction technique to unlock your trance potential. Sometimes that takes time to achieve but I promise the persistence is worth it. In the meantime be gentle with yourself and celebrate even the small successes. It all counts.

 

  • Give to consideration to your trance environment Is your space relatively quiet? Are you comfortable and able to comfortably maintain the position you’re in? The position itself matters less than whether or not you’re comfortable. Can you ensure that you have privacy and won’t be disturbed? Have you made sure that you’re not too tired/mentally distracted by other things? It’s also worth having a glass of water to hand as trancing can be thirsty work.

Achieving Amnesia With Hypnosis

Amnesia effects and/or triggers are something that I am asked for on a regular basis. It’s the ultimate convincer that hypnosis has worked – that trance was effective. Plus, for those who are interested in submission and surrender it adds the additional element of providing evidence that control has been completely surrendered. It’s a powerful experience – there’s no denying that – but with that comes fear (of the unknown, having not experienced amnesia before), misconceptions about how amnesia works and worry that even if they wanted to, they wouldn’t be able to achieve amnesia (or they’ve tried to before but never been successful).

Many if not all people are capable of enjoying amnesia through hypnosis (if they so desire). Because everyone is different, how long it can take to experience the effects of amnesia can vary from individual to individual. I have had clients who have been able to experience amnesia in our first session, and others for whom it has taken a few weeks or months. There is no right or wrong here. No ideal length of time before one should be able to experience amnesia. What’s “right” is unique to every individual so just because another person has experienced amnesia quicker than you does not make them or their experience better – it’s simply different. A reflection of individuality.

I know it can be easy to feel frustrated if you’re not achieving results as quickly as you would like, but engaging with the frustration will not help you achieve amnesia any more quickly. By all means acknowledge the frustration but aim to avoid engaging it. Far better to focus on progress you are making, however small or seemingly insignificant. Every step you take toward your goal, no matter how small, has a positive impact.  Anxiety and fear are the underlying causes that are holding you back from what you want to achieve.  If you focus on communication, trust, understanding, your subconscious will be more receptive to allowing you to enjoy amnesia.

After all, experiencing amnesia doesn’t mean that you completely forget. The knowledge hasn’t disappeared. It isn’t gone forever. All that’s happened is that the knowledge you’ve “forgotten” has been safely stored in your subconscious mind and temporarily withheld from your conscious mind.  The knowledge isn’t “lost”. It’s safe and secure. It can be easily retrieved if required. Understanding and appreciating the reality of amnesia, coupled with undertaking the experience under the guidance of a hypnotist who you know and trust will make the experience more accessible. I always deliberately avoid forcing or rushing amnesia with my clients – doing so can have a negative impact on trust, which in turn hinders one’s ability to enjoy amnesia. Instead, if the client is patient, trusts my approach and is willing to accept steady progress over a potentially longer period then they can achieve amnesia.

As an example – a year or two ago I worked with a client who was desperate to achieve amnesia but despite trying for years had never managed it. It took time, patience and acceptance that the process could not be rushed. He followed through and after a few months not only had he achieved his dream of being able to experience amnesia, but he trusted me enough to allow him to experience anything he or I desired whilst he was in trance for me. It was a substantial achievement for him, and in hindsight I am sure he appreciated the results made the longer time to achieve his goal more than worth it.

In summary, the keys to achieving your goal are perseverance, trust and communication.

If you’e curious about enjoying amnesia I do have an amnesia MP3 called “Mind To Forget” which you can enjoy by clicking HERE.