Erotic Hypnosis

All kinds of people are secretly (or not so secretly) fascinated by the erotic possibilities of hypnosis and how it can spice up your lives by intesifying your desire through imaginal acts. Many of us know that hypnosis doesn't really have the kind of mind-melting power we see in movies. Still, we can't help but get turned on at the thought of either controlling someone, or being controlled by someone, into doing things we've been told we shouldn't do ... but really, inside, kind of want to.

Then the fun begins as you learn how to:

Create or intensify arousal and desire

Turn their entire body into an erogenous zone eager for your touch

Get kinky with hypnotic bondage, flogging, or tickling

Give them intense pleasure using his Five-Point Palm Exploding Orgasm technique

and more!

10 Facts About Erotic Hypnosis

And so what follows are 10 facts about erotic hypnosis you might not know about. Some of the material make strike you as common sense while other areas will give you pause for reflection. Read them all in order to better understand their meaning.

At the end of this post, I have included a poll that asks you about erotic hypnotherapy. It’s mostly just for fun.

Erotic Hypnosis Perspective

In my work as a clinician, I am often asked about erotic hypnosis by clients who are seeking to better to make improvements in their sex life and to intensify the orgasmic experience with a partner. In fact, it is a common question that comes up in couples counseling where two people are hoping to achieve greater intimacy.

Erotic Characteristics

Let’s take a quick look at the basic characteristics of erotic hypnosis and then walk through a little background and history of the world of hypnotherapy.

General Traits

Heightened state of awareness

Greater ability to receive suggestion

Focused thought and concentration

Stimulation of active imagination

Detachment from the physical self

Access to the psycho-spiritual self

Greater sensitivity to sound and touch

Heightened ability to reach sexual symbiosis

What is Hypnosis Anyway?

Before we explore 10 facts about erotic hypnosis, it is important to know what hypnosis truly is. And while there are lots of definitions available on the Internet, I’m going to provide a basic one to you that is as free of as much clinical jargon as possible.

Hypnosis Definition

Hypnosis is a heightened state of awareness that occurs on the conscious and subconscious level. It is a heightened state of awareness that allows a person to experience an altered state of reality, which opens up a psychological doorway to the power of suggestion.

In this place, a hypnotized person can access different ways of thinking, through focused suggestion and imagination.

When you think of hypnosis, think of it as a tool that can be accessed to step into a world of calmness, relaxation and inner peace. It doesn’t involve swinging watches, Svengali or other mumbo jumbo that is based in pseudo-science or entertainment.

Finally, hypnosis is real and has been clinically demonstrated to help some people with a variety of issues, ranging from addiction to pain and to a lesser or greater degree, intimacy.

Let’s move on to the 10 facts about erotic hypnosis, which is the general purpose of this article. Under each of the areas, specific information has been provided as a gateway to knowledge and insight.

Are you ready? Let’s jump right in!

1 Erotic Hypnosis is Real

This point may seem obvious but is work mentioning all the same. Erotic hypnosis is a very real form of hypnotherapy. The term itself has caught on in recent years, thanks to clever marketing efforts on the part of some in the adult video entertainment world – and YouTube Videos.

Prior to the name “erotic” being tossed into the definitional construct, this form of hypnosis was simply referred to as “recreational hypnosis” or “hypnotic fantasy”.

2 Used in Power Exchange Relationships

Many people engage in various forms of erotic hypnosis in power and exchange relationships.

Here, one person assumes a dominant role while the other part assumes a submissive role. This is part of a dynamic known as “fantasy play”.

3 Erotic Hypnosis Doesn’t Involve Sleep

A common misconception regarding erotic hypnosis is that the hypnotized person is asleep. The truth is nobody is asleep. Remember, hypnosis is a heightened state of awareness.

If you are asleep, heightened awareness, at least in the clinical sense, cannot take place on the conscious level. Make sense?

4 You Don’t Need a Hypnotherapist to Be Hypnotized

Believe it or not, you don’t need to see a hypnotherapist to be hypnotized. At its core, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. It is best to think of hypnosis as a skill that you can learn that is similar to mindful meditation.

In this way, you can teach yourself how to enter into a more relaxed state of being, which over the span of time may help you to achieve more intimate experiences with your partner.

5 Erotic Hypnosis Involves Creative Visualization

When you engage in hypnosis, including erotic hypnosis, you are stimulating your active imagination. This is what famous psychologist Carl Jung believed helped a person access pathways to what some call the psycho-spiritual world.

If you believe in things like spirit animals and animal guides, you are in essence accessing your active imagination.

6 Deep Breathing as Part of Erotic Hypnosis

As part of the hypnotic experience, deep breathing is often involved. Breathing helps to calm the mind and body, allowing for greater oxygen flow through neuro-pathways.

This can be helpful when dealing with issues involving pain or psychological barriers to pleasure.

7 Role Play Can Be Part of Erotic Hypnosis

Bearing in mind that erotic hypnosis involves the active imagination as previously mentioned, it is important that you know that role play is often part of the hypnotic experience.

In this way, a hypnotized person is able to assume a given role.

8 Erotic Hypnosis DOES NOT Involve Mind Control

One of the biggest myths on the planet is that hypnosis – including erotic hypnosis – involves mind control. It is simply not true. When a person is hypnotized, they are in complete control of their thoughts and physical body.

If you are hoping to hypnotize someone to “control” them during intimate contact, you are simply buying into a myth.

Now if you or your partner want to pretend you are being controlled as part of role play – that is a completely different story. 

9 You Need to Be Open to the Experience

Hypnosis is similar to other alternative forms of consciousness in that you need to be open to the experience in order for something beneficial to happen.

If you are closed minded, hold rigid thoughts or have problems relaxing, hypnosis may not be helpful.

10 Erotic Hypnosis Won’t Cure Relationship Problems

While hypnosis may help you to achieve more desired sexual experiences with your significant other, it is not going to magically fix or repair other issues happening in your relationship.

If you and your mate have problems with money, communications, decision making and so forth, hypnotherapy isn’t going to fix it. It also won’t make someone more attracted to you or on the flip-side, you more attracted to them.

Finally, erotic hypnosis won’t cure underlying relationship issues, such as communication problems, financial challenges, etc.

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