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Hypnosis And Self Hypnosis
Vrey defines the self-concept as the configuration of convictions concerning the self and attitudes towards the self that is dynamic and what the self normally is aware of or can become aware of. This is an organized configuration of perceptions and conceptions of the self. Elements of this configuration include the following.
● A perception of one's characteristics and abilities.
● Evaluation of one's abilities in comparison to that of others.
● Experiences that are perceived as being either positive or negative.
Self-esteem can be defined as the value a person attaches to himself. A synonym for self-esteem is self-worth. This implies attaching a value to the core of a person's being, namely the self. Self-esteem is the valuing of a person's perceived self, in the sense that a person does not always perceive himself as others do or as he/she is. Self-esteem, therefore, refers to the self-evaluation of one's qualities.
A man with low self-esteem can be described as follows:
● He feels worthless.
● He is often pessimistic, negative, and has no self-respect.
● He often lacks self-confidence.
● He is often unwilling to venture or take risks.
● He already sees himself as a failure before any task has been attempted.
● He is easily discouraged.
● He tends to become withdrawn.
● He may be easily intimidated.
● He may feel incapable and inferior.
● He thinks that reward and praise are "incidental"- they happen by chance or by pure luck and are not a result of any action of his/her.
● He may constantly put himself down - using adjectives such as "bad," "stupid," "helpless," and "pathetic" to describe himself.
The following traits are also common among men with low self-esteem:
● Projection of blame onto others.
● An over-response to flattery.
● A lack of interest in competition.
● A sensitivity to criticism.
● A hyper-critical attitude (rather emphasize the faults of others to cover up their shortcomings).
Hypnosis and the self-concept
This chapter will focus on the development of the self-concept. Hypnosis will be looked at to determine its effectiveness as a technique for building a high self-concept and positive self-esteem.
A definition of self-concept
Burns defined the self-concept as the total of the views that a person has of himself and entails his beliefs, evaluations, and behavioral tendencies. According to Vrey, the self is: the Gestalt of what the individual can refer to as being his own". Therefore, the self-concept involves everything that concerns the self, such as how a person sees himself, his values, his goals, his strengths, and his weaknesses. It includes how he thinks and feels. The individual's behavior and actions are all part of his sense of self.
It can be assumed that the sense of self consists essentially due to the individual's answer to the question, "Who am I?" The child learns to know himself through interacting with others and the environment. The child's information from his environment and others will influence his thoughts about himself. This implies that the individual is not born with a self-concept but gradually acquires a self-concept in his interaction with others and his environment. This interaction consists of the individual's consciousness of his particular environment in a set of social relations. The self-concept is thus the reflection of the way others see you.
This self-consciousness that results through the individual's interaction with his environment stems from a covert reflective process in which the individual views personal or potential actions from others' standpoint with whom he is involved. In other words, the individual becomes an object to himself by taking others' position and assessing his behavior as they would. This assessment involves an effort to predict the responses of others and an evaluation of these responses in terms of their implications for the individual's identity.
Cooley substantiated the idea that the self develops due to the process of interpersonal communication within a social milieu. According to Cooley, each social relationship in which the individual is involved reflects the self incorporated into the individual's identity. Since most people are involved in an assortment of social relations, each providing a particular reflection, it can be said that people live in a world of mirrors. Each mirror reflects a certain picture of the self to the individual. The likelihood arises that some of these mirrors will provide a more accurate picture than others. Regardless of the reflected picture, the individual can't escape these definitions of his identity that he sees reflected in others. Cooley refers to this as the looking glass theory. When seeking to define the concept of the looking glass theory, Cooley puts it as follows:
Each to each a looking glass.
Follows the other that doth pass.
As we see our appearance, figure, and dress in the glass and are involved in them because they are ours so in our imagination, we perceive in another person's mind some thought of our appearance, manners, aims, deeds, character and friends, and are differently influenced by it. A self-idea of this sort appears to have three main elements: the thought of our appearance to the other body, the imagination of his judgment of that appearance, and some self-feeling, such as pride or mortification.
The images reflected by the individual, through the different mirrors, will be interpreted in terms of each individual's uniqueness. The reason for this is that people differ in terms of their degree of sensitivity to others' opinions and the degree of stability with which they maintain a particular kind of self-feeling. Besides, people differ in the amount of social reinforcement frequency that· they seek to maintain their self-feelings. People vary in their particular mix of positive and negative feelings associated with their self-concept. They also vary in terms of which aspect of their lives is most closely connected with self-feeling.
The Looking-Glass Theory formulated by Cooley shows the importance of significant others in the development of the self-concept. These are the most influential persons in the child's life because of the different images. Depending on the surrounding circumstances, the image reflected in the child will be seen by the child as either a negative or positive one. The child incorporates these images into his/her developing self-concept. A prerequisite for the assimilation of images into the developing self-concept is that the image is constantly being reflected over time.
The formulations of the individual's self-concept are not limited to positive perceptions or reactions and definitions of others. On the contrary, individuals are also seen as acting subjects. This can be explained by the "I" and "Me" dimensions of the self-concept, as explained by Mead. The self as object refers to the "me" while the self is subject to the "I." The "me" dimension refers to the attitude, feelings, and perceptions that the person has of himself as objects (Ferns 1988:13). Raimy refers to the self as the object as encompassing the individual as known to the individual. The "me" is all that the person can call his own. The "me" is the objective self and comprises four components: the spiritual self, the material self, the social self, and the physical self.
On the other hand, the "I" aspect of the self encompasses all the psychological processes that control and influence the person's behavior. As a subject, the self is thus seen as a doer in that the self is involved in active processes such as thinking, remembering, doing, and experiencing. Therefore, the self is far more than only that which the individual sees that he/she has or does not have or that which he/she learns about himself through the different images that are reflected back to him. The self is thus not merely what we are but also what we do.
The self as the subject of "I" and the self as an object or "me" implies "I as the knower" and "I as the known." Even though a distinction can be made between the self as an object and the self as a subject, these two aspects are related and cannot exist independently. The self cannot exist apart from the person who experiences himself and is an executor of behavior. Mead explained a reciprocal interplay between the self as an object and the self as a subject.
To sum up, the self is the center of being that the individual becomes aware of and includes all aspects of being human. It is the individual's total personal life-world and the center of experience and meaning. Each individual interacts with his life-world. Because of this interaction, the personality comes into being since every person will give meaning to his environment.
When the learner's self-concept is referred to, it applies to the group of ideas that the learner is likely to have about himself at any given time. Self-concept is the private interpretation that the learner has about his abilities, talents, potential, and behavior.
Characteristics Of The Self-concept
The formulated self-concept is "steadfast."
Hamachek explained this characteristic in terms of a person known to himself and became predictable. There is, therefore, a connecting thread between the way a person is today, what he/she was like yesterday, and what he/she will be like tomorrow.
Comb and Snygg stated that the perceived self's maintenance is the motive behind all behavior. The person strives to come to terms with, defend, and improve the self he/she is aware of. New experiences are interpreted and understood in terms of the existing self. Whatever the self is, it becomes a center, an anchorage point, and a standard of comparison.
It could be that the learner's experiences in the classroom are in opposition to the image that he/she has of himself. The learner may initially resist any changes or experiences that are in opposition to the existing self. Jerslid referred to this as the learner's efforts to safeguard his picture of himself. This is the picture of the core beliefs of self-concept formed in the early stages of the life-span. The self's endeavor to protect himself and interpret new experiences in light of these perceptions does not imply that changes will not occur but indicates that changes will come slowly. It is possible to make changes, but these changes will involve long consecutive reinforcement.
The implications of this are that the core beliefs formulated in the early stages of the learner's development may be resistant to change because of steadfastness. The immutable characteristic of the self-concept that makes it resistant to change shows the necessity of making certain that quality interaction occurs during the early stages of the learner's life-span. During this time, factors such as the family, friends, society, and the school should interact so that they make a positive contribution towards the formation of the self-concept. If this does not occur, then these factors interacting with the self-concept will ultimately contribute to developing a negative self-concept.
Resistance to change is not necessarily a negative process. At times resistance could also be seen as positive. It is through resistance to change that the self becomes a constant personality. According to Purkey, it does not matter how negative the self is, but the fact that the ·self remains constant is necessary because even if it is a negative one, it will be better than having no self-concept at all.
Hypnosis is not in itself a treatment but a therapeutic tool. In other words, hypnosis comprises a set of techniques that, in combination with other therapeutic approaches, can enhance them and provide excellent results. Hypnosis usually helps the therapy be shorter in duration and its results more stable.
Another erroneous belief is the one that affirms that hypnosis breaks or weakens the subject's will. Regardless of what we want to understand by will (later, we will see in more depth the relationship between hypnosis, consciousness, and will). For now, answer it to say that both hypnosis and self-hypnosis help strengthen the person's determination to pursue their goals.
Another false belief that people often have is that hypnosis makes you lose control of your actions. The myths associated with hypnosis and television shows also contribute to this harmful belief.
The reality is that it is unlikely to hypnotize someone against their will or force them to perform extravagant acts that go against their sense of ridicule or moral criteria; If you perform them under hypnosis, we can be sure that you can also perform them in a waking state.
Hypnosis is a completely natural process, not "static" but dynamic, to improve the patient and a special relationship with the hypnotist.
Another false belief is that in the hypnotic trance, you lose consciousness of what is happening. In a trance, both medium intensity and deep, various total or partial amnesia phenomena can occur. Besides, it usually leaves the person in a state of drowsiness, but this does not imply that they are at the compassion of the hypnotist's orders. However, the various hypnotic dissociation states can produce opposite consciousness phenomena, such as states of hyperlucency and sensory sharpening.
Another important issue is the assumption that everything happens automatically and unconsciously in hypnosis, without the person having to strain. The need for active collaboration should be made clear (this is especially important in self-hypnosis, as we will see later).
Finally, it is essential to establish appropriate limits and realistic expectations.
Frequently Asked Questions About Hypnosis
Who produces hypnosis?
It should be clear that hypnosis occurs, in general, after a series of linked suggestions. The therapist produces it with the collaboration of the subject.
Are they all hypnotizable or just certain types of people?
The ability to be hypnotized is, like any other ability, a matter of degree.
Does being hypnotizable respond to a personality type?
Absolutely. Responds to an aptitude.
Who has been hypnotized is already subject to the hypnotist's power, unable to resist new trances?
The answer is negative.
Can the subject be hypnotized to do or say something against his will? Can someone be forced to perform acts contrary to their ethical or moral principles?
No one loses their volitional attitude or ability to make decisions and respond freely, consciously, and responsibly to hypnotic suggestions.
Can hypnosis harm health? In what cases and conditions?
In general and as a therapeutic technique controlled by a specialist, no.
Does hypnosis create dependence on the hypnotist?
Could there be a risk of not being able to get out of the hypnotic state?
Under no condition
Are you asleep in the hypnotic trance? Unconscious?
In the hypnotic trance, you are hypnotized, neither asleep nor unconscious.
Is hypnosis always a monotonous induction ritual?
Does the subject have to be relaxed to enter hypnosis?
Relaxation helps but is not strictly necessary.
Hypnosis, Will, And Conscience
First, if the subject is inducted objects actively, the hypnotic trance will be impossible. Second, hypnosis is impossible to induce behavior contrary to the hypnotized subject's ethical and moral beliefs.
On the other hand, the intervention of cognitive resources in behavior carried out under hypnosis is proven.
However, when subjects are questioned after a session, they perceive their
involuntary behavior. Reasons:
- There are certain hypnosis preconceptions, such as the hypnotist's control, the involuntary execution of the behavior, and the hypnotizable people's special characteristics.
- Subjects internalize the need for involuntariness and behave based on that belief.
The hypnotist messages involve relaxation, mental abandonment, inner concentration, and serenity, which is the inhibition of logical reasoning.
- The speech is suggestive; in fact, the ability to form suggested images is closely related to hypnotic susceptibility.
Regarding the relationship between hypnosis and consciousness, state theorists define it as an altered state of consciousness characterized by the loss of planning behavior, alteration of attention, the selectivity of perception, tolerance to distortion of reality, or alteration of memory.
To study this statement, one should start by clarifying the term "altered state of consciousness" and, in a more general sense, the very concept of "consciousness." For these investigations, subjective measures have been used, extracted from the subject when comparing consciousness with memory about the process, registered cognitive resources, or the will shown by the subject.
However, it seems that more appropriate than these measures would be the psychophysiological ones, whose results would allow us to distinguish between hypnotized and unhypnotized individuals. Although, in this sense, we find important contradictions between the data provided by the different authors, it is clear that there are psychophysiological differences between individuals in a trance state and a normal state.
Hypnosis And Self-hypnosis
Almost everyone has experienced everyday situations in their life that are similar to a "hypnotic trance" (e.g., when daydreaming, when losing track of time, etc.). It should be remarked that the main difference between these types of "trance" and self-hypnosis is that the latter requires motivation and is aimed at achieving a specific goal (e.g., pain relief, relaxation, etc.).
In the hypnotic state, the power of "conscious criticism" is eliminated; that is, the suggestions enter directly into the unconscious.
The question we ask ourselves in this section is, "How is hypnosis related to self-hypnosis?" Well, the answer is that many experts agree that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. That is, a hypnotherapist can help guide or induce the trance, but it is always you who is in control. The person cannot do anything while undergoing a threat or a clash with their most fundamental interests.
At this point, another problem may be asked: "Are there limitations to self-hypnosis?" By practicing self-hypnosis, one is both the "operator-guide" and the "subject" (it is like being both the director and the protagonist of a movie). This involves some limitations, such as, for example, that some techniques will require more practice (as in regression). However, hypnotic effects can be achieved with self-hypnosis alone (e.g., surgical interventions have been performed only with pain prevention-oriented self-hypnosis such as anesthesia) (V. Rausch, 1980). Regarding self-hypnosis, whether or not it can be used and being useful depends largely on the person's own desire to change.
Varieties Of Auto Hypnotic Techniques:
This section will apply the different methods that can be used to induce a hypnotic trance. These techniques can be adapted and modified to be useful to the characteristics of each person.
A useful recommendation is that all the techniques described below are preceded by some general relaxation instructions applied by the subject before starting the technique in question. This goes to
favor the appearance of the trance state.
The techniques we refer to are the following:
1. Recording Of Cassettes:
This technique has the advantage that the person can practice self-hypnosis without feeling that they want to find the right words and suggestions at the optimal time. As the person gains self-hypnosis, he can include suggestions that respond to increasingly specific objectives and specific post-hypnotic supports. In many scripts, the subject may also include his suggestions. For this technique to be more effective, special attention must be paid to the following guidelines:
• Make a detailed and specific list of objectives (what we will work on, why we will work on it, and for how long).
• Write down everything the person wants to say to himself (including guidelines for relaxation, stress management, etc.).
• Write several suggestions for each objective.
• Try to make the trance as deep as possible (imagine that as you go down a ladder, you enter more and more into the trance, etc.).
• Find and produce material to visualize mentally.
• Work with only one or two specific objectives in each session.
• Use background music if desired.
• At the end of the trance, I will add some suggestion to re-enter a self-hypnotic trance the next time I practice it (I thought that when I breathe deeply… and imagine that blue color… I will feel relaxed and well again…")
• Begin the recording with a normal tone of voice and then decrease as the session progresses.
• Do the session in a quiet place without interruptions.
2. Indirect Language Method:
This technique uses indirect and permissive requests and suggestions using flexible language. It is suggested that the person "could" do something or that "maybe" he/she will notice a change when taking such action. An example of a suggestion to start a session using this technique could be: "Now I would like to see how good it could feel to breathe in a relaxed and deep way."
3. Direct Language Method:
What distinguishes this method from the previous one is that the suggestions are formulated more forcefully and authoritatively. An example of suggestion: "... I will start to feel heavy ... I felt my feet sink into the sand ..."
4. Visual Fixation Method:
This technique consists of fixing visual attention and concentration on some point or object in front of them; that is, the person concentrates on a point, and as they do so, they gradually enter a trance. An example of starting a session using this technique could be: "... as I look at the blue color I will relax more and more ...".
5. Technique Of Guided Images:
In this method, the mind is encouraged to form mental images, sensations, etc., about various scenes. An example of suggestion: "... each exhalation frees me from stress ... I can imagine a kettle from which all the steam escapes, ... releasing it from pressure ...".
6. Use Of Dreams For Self-hypnosis:
The main objective is to reach a self-hypnotic state and obtain some dreamlike information to create positive suggestions. Example: "... I know that this state of relaxation ... is similar to the dream state ..."
7. Ericksonian Technique Of The "Handshake":
It is selected for the state of the hand at the beginning of the practice session. It is a matter of starting the session by extending either of the arms forward to shake someone's hand. Once at this point, it is a matter of inducing sensations in this arm (from "... an indicator that my trance has begun, maybe that I begin to feel the arm lighter ..."
8. Self Hypnosis With Music:
It consists of using music as a vehicle through which the person will enter the trance state. This music can be relaxing or active; the important thing is that the person experiences an absorption of attention. Start with relaxation without music and then introduce music as you go into a trance. This method has the benefit that it can be used at any time since the subject can call up the music in his mind whenever he wishes.
9. Deepening In Self-hypnosis:
This technique can be used in combination with other techniques. It consists of leaving and re-entering the trance abruptly, which will favor each time you enter a trance. It is deeper. An example of suggestions with this technique would be: "... recognize the feeling that I am relaxed ... (= trance) ... and now I begin to wake up to a state of greater alertness ... (= awakening from the trance) ..."
Self-hypnosis is an excellent tool that you can use to program your mind. It operates on the principle that your brain becomes extremely receptive to suggestions when you relax and stop thinking. These suggestions then take root in your mind and leave their mark on your life.
Your brain is a very complex organ. You are constantly thinking, rationalizing, and reasoning. You often resist taking new thoughts and attitudes that you need to create a better life for yourself.
Like affirmations, self-hypnosis is a gradual process. Every time you do it, you program your mind towards what you want, but that programming usually fades. Thus you need to repeat your self-hypnosis sessions from time to time until your mind becomes fully convinced of the new ideas you are acquiring.
You don't need any fine equipment or software for this. Just use a cassette tape. To create and use your self-hypnosis tape effectively, follow these instructions.
• Make sure there are no distractions. Turn off your cell phone and disconnect your phone line. You don't want to record for 20 minutes and be interrupted!
• Don't worry about making a mistake in the words while you are reading the writing. Just keep your poise. When you listen to the tape later, any speaking mistakes you made will seem so trivial that you will hardly bother to notice.
• Make sure there is no environmental noise, such as air conditioning or road traffic.
• When you start to read the writing, use your regular voice. Speak at a moderate pace, neither too high energy nor too slow. So when the recording is talking about "relaxing oxygen," go down slowly and use a more relaxed voice. When you listen to the tape, you will move into a deep state of tranquility, so you need the tape to have a calm voice.
• When you listen to the tape, again turn off phones or other potential distractions. You don't want to be in a deep sleep only to get violently interrupted.
• Get comfortable, with your body lying down and relaxed when you listen to your tape. I like to lie down on a sofa.
• Listen with an open mind. Follow the instructions you have given yourself.
Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. Allow yourself to feel relaxed.
I want you to feel all your tensions today, all your worries producing tension, gathered into a tight little ball on your forehead. Feel the tension of how you worried
about being rejected by girls in the past.
Feel the stresses of work, your career, your ambitions, and everything else on your forehead. Now I want you to imagine all those tensions draining out. Let them drain out of your forehead, down your face, down your chin and neck, down your chest, your stomach, your waist, and then down your legs and through your toes until they exit your body.
All the tension is leaving your body as you relax more and more. As you inhale, I want you to imagine that you breathe warm air, and it relaxes you. Feel the relaxing oxygen that gives you a warm, soft sensation, feeling all this in the chest cavity. Feel then how relaxation radiates throughout your chest and through your body.
Let your breath go deeper and deeper, giving you more and more relaxing oxygen. With each breath, you will enter more and more into that great state of relaxation.
(Pause 15 seconds)
Since you feel relaxed and focused, as in my voice, I would like you to repeat these affirmations mentally to yourself as I say them. I feel very good about myself. (After each of these statements, pause, and repeat). Being an optimistic person makes it possible to achieve anything I want in my life.I am constantly in continuous improvement. There are no limits to something I can accomplish, so I will program my mind to become fabulously successful beyond my wildest dreams.
I know this will work this way because I am adopting the same mindset as those truly successful men.
Now that you have said your affirmations, I will count to 10, and with each number that I say, you will be more and more relaxed, one more relaxed, 2, 3, 4, deeper relaxation, 5, 6, 7, more relaxed, 8, 9, 10.
You are now at the deepest level of relaxation that can be reached while awake. Now you will use this opportunity to program your mind to its maximum benefit.
You are a sexy man. You can make a woman happy as any man can. You want to have sex with sexy and attractive girls.
You are in charge of your own time. Nobody else has it. You choose how successful you can be in what you do, and you enjoy that power. Because you have a power of outreach, being positive, you radiate an aura of balance, of brilliance, and stillness, of constant confidence.
You have an impressive mind, and the power you have is making you stronger and stronger. It determines you achieve your goals. Now take another breath and continue to enjoy the feeling of deep relaxation. Say the following affirmations to yourself with me:
I throw away the need to allow other people to control my life. (again, pause after each of these, and repeat.
I just need my approval.
I cannot be aware of what other people are thinking about me, and I am the only one in charge of my own life.
I'm a dynamite alpha male. I walk like I am, and I think incredibly big about myself.
I love women because they are a source of fun and pleasure in my life. When I have sex with a woman, I do it with enthusiasm and for myself and my beautiful accomplice's total satisfaction.
I have lusted after making love to women. I love to make love. I love to give love.
Now is the time you just listen and don't feel the need to repeat anything. Continue enjoying the way you feel so relaxed. Just let your mind be in simple totality while letting all these thoughts flow.
When you are with a woman, you remain calm and relaxed, no matter what happens, because you are managing your own life. You don't worry or concentrate too much on what she is thinking about you, because you know well that you are a fun, interesting man, and she is lucky to be with someone like you.
You are the most important character in the universe. You are completely amazing, and any woman would be lucky to be with you—everything you want you to get because you radiate warmth and optimism. You are never going to be someone else's servant, anyone else - be it male or female. You are a natural leader, not a follower.
You have an active life. You have fun, and you are looking for emotions every day, even in the details. You take care of your health, because you want to be a strong and attractive person, and live a good time. Your life is interesting. You enjoy telling stories to women about the fascinating things that happen in your life. You have an intense desire for financial success, and you know that you can achieve anything you dream of, and you enjoy getting closer to that dream.
You have ambition and want to be successful with women, your health, good friends, financial abundance, and the hobbies and passions you want. Now take a deep breath and relax. Stop for a moment and enjoy the feeling of being in full control of your life. You can be successful if you want to, you will love every minute of that success. You love that your dreams come true, as they will.
Soon you will come out of the relaxed state and begin to be more awake. As I count to five, you will be more and more awake, one, two, more awake, three.
As you wake up, you feel restored, full of energy and vigor, massive confidence. Four, your eyes open. You are an ALPHA MALE—five, fully awake. You feel restored and in a great mood!
Erotic Hypnosis And Seduction
Eroticism has been a long practice in seduction. Various well-known seductresses have to use eroticism in seduction, which involves eye, voice, body movement, chant, enchantment, incense, oil and wax, paraffin, gel, petroleum jelly, perfume, acts, letters, images, and symbols.
As these are parameters in seduction. To begin explaining erotic hypnosis and seduction, we would look at Sigmund Freud's psychosexual development analysis. He categorizes the Anal, Phallic, Libido, Genital, and Oral, which play an essential part in our sexual development. To duly define eroticism in a centered context, it is not necessarily the BDSM, Social deviance, fetish, or Lolita as most sociologists and sexologists drafted from Lolita's novel is more intense passion in the seduction of sexic and sexiness of feeling and being sexy. See it as using your mind's passionate will to please, persuade, and appeal to an individual for desires. In holistic healing, psychotherapy (psychoanalysis), neurolinguistics programming (NLP), Sex Therapy, etc., erotic seduction and hypnosis are alternative therapies for healing the mind, neurosis, psychosis, sexual repression, disorders, and sexual abuse victim. It is also useful in resolving karma, regrets, and unaccomplished wishes/dream projection and strengthening and empowering the mind, self-concept, business concept, and mana.
Erotic hypnosis is an alternative technique in self-discipline, pleasure, and cultural practices; erotic hypnosis has also been used for pleasure, discipline in self-development, and institutionalization. Most social deviance groups, personality development, and cultural groups carry out intense and extreme erotic seduction practices. In this context, erotic hypnosis and hypnotics are for pleasure, play, leisure, therapy, and discipline.
These techniques have been used only, and thereby any practices and pleasure have been verified and derived, and consciously thought out before practicing.
To begin, I will digress into shame and guilt, psychosis, and neurosis a little. This is because our belief system, values, and norms are rounded around ID, Ego, and SuperEgo. ID explains our inner desire, drives, wills, and Ego explains what society expects from us. And SuperEgo is the decision and negotiation that occurs within the Id and Ego. In erotic Hypnosis, Shame and guilt are the motivators for drive and will. Therefore, as you begin exploring erotic seduction and a sense and feeling of shame and guilt, that is to open the door to better erotic hypnosis. However, at the initial stage, you might begin with that shameful paranoia which discourages thoughts, imagination, and mockery, or that guilt and gut feeling called psychosis which gives you this high of I am becoming this individual practicing this practices, that gut feeling of realization might bring intense guilt, but this is the beginning and entrance to erotic hypnosis. The instant one begins exploiting erotic hypnosis (hypnotics) and seduction. There is an increase in self-confidence, heightened self-esteem, better social relations in friendship, romantic relationships, and your sex life, and strengthened mana.
Erotic hypnosis helps to accept the world from a different perspective, build your emotional intelligence, endurance skills, and tolerance. It is almost the same principle of self-discipline in yoga, holistic healing, and wellness therapy. Most individuals with sexual disorders such as attraction disorders, arousals disorder, and sexual anxiety, et cetera, use erotic hypnosis and seduction as an alternative therapy. Let dive into my practice of erotic hypnosis and seduction.
The general term erotic does not imply intense passion, lust, fiery desire, or red and black magic/magick. It means using your mind, imagination, and visualization to desire, persuade and appeal. You can control your thoughts, imagination, fantasy, and dreams. Practicing erotic hypnosis makes an expert and applying erotic hypnosis and seduction anywhere.
A simple practice to achieve is a still and clear mind; to begin with a breathing exercise. Breathing exercises are essential in calming your mind, relaxing tension and muscles. It also aids in accessing your emotional, mental and subjective world.
First, sit in a calm place, or the environment; ventilated, where you won't be disturbed. Relax your arms, legs, and eyes/gaze have an object of concentration, then begin with an inhale and exhale from the stomach through the lung to your nostril, repeat this as much as you can, once you commence feeling the presence of cool/warm or goose-bumps sensation around you then you have access into your subjective world.
The second is self-hypnosis. Self-hypnotics practice is good because it helps in visualization and aids clear thinking and imagination. With self-hypnosis is just a step to create a subjective, emotional, and mental world with your mind. Self-hypnosis is very good to combat stress, anxiety. It is mostly called psychoanalysis in psychology and psychotherapy as this helps you understand your thoughts, imagination, dreams, and fantasy. Why is this important in seduction and eroticism? This is because you need to know how your mind works, as we control the imagination, fantasy, and dream.
Erotic Hypnosis deals with the actualization of your subjective dreams fantasy in the real world. Like, I have a nudist fantasy, and I wish to have a massage on a nudist beach with a nude masseur; this has been created in my mind through my ability to imagine and the fact that I love the idea. I accept the idea without guilt and shame is what hypnosis is as my mind has been hypnotized by imagination to have a nudist masseur for my massage session, which is done with my mind. In psychotherapy, where the therapist and the client become co-subject, to share your dream and imagination at this phase, you begin to realize that once I being the narrating fantasy of a nude beach with a nude masseur, the therapist and the client exist in the same psychical environment, for the therapist listening, it might not necessarily be the same experience.
Still, in his psychic environment, the therapist begins to create the replication of the same dream. That is why most therapists like to be more detailed in objectivity and co-subjectivity. In the dream analysis of the nudist fantasy of the nude beach, nude masseur, detailed description of the nudist fantasy visualized; I am a nudist, an African descent, chocolate complexion, 5 ft. tall.
Athletic/Muscular body, stocky legs, bubble butt, I walk into a beach. My beach description is an island with palm trees, blues, oceans, white sand, lots of corals, flowers, seaweeds, crabs, eels. The beach has a dock and tent facing the beach; close to the tents are massage table, adorned in a white robe; standing next to the massage table is a nude masseuse with a raw pineapple fruit drink, waiting for the next client, in the tents, there is a table with drinks, the waiters are all nude, walking in and out waiting and attending to guests, the atmosphere is hot, windy and chilly, the trees, leaves are in swift motion with the wind, and its sounds create the natural mythopoetic ambient that welcomes and transcends you into this heaven on earth where everyone is free in self and nature as I quickly arrive; I received, ate and drank my pineapple fruit from a masseuse and began my massage session under the beautiful palm trees with chilly wind and sea breeze. As you read or listen to my description, I and the heard ostensible of your mind exist in the same physical environment to fully understand the fantasy world created and exist in different physical environments/surroundings.
This is called inter-psychical and intra-psychical. Inter-psychical is the world of the nude beach, the ocean, waves, breeze, trees, infrastructure, the tent, people, etc. Intra-psychical is the subjective feeling, the perception I try to persuade inside the environment. Inter-psychical is also very phenomenal, as it can also exist in the physical space you exist in and in the objective and subjective world.
The next step is to use this mind-ability, breathing exercises, and visualization to create effective erotic hypnosis and seduction.
The body is in the physique of anatomy in ambient consciousness in an expressive artistic and aesthetic manner in a balanced interaction and elasticity with the psyche and body (psycho-somatic), and in the theory of deep social mind of the theatrical mind, thy self and self-concept and business concept, which Include; The use of the five senses; Seeing, Hearing, Touch, Smell and Taste is a composite of the body, physiology, mana, and mind, also is the heat exchange, (energy), temperature, electro-magnetic bond field, electro-chemical contact reaction in the aura of aether body and exchange in the etheric world, the light of reflection and refraction (seeing). Holistically this stimulation is done by arousing the moon center of the body: sensitive and pleasure spots in the body; Ajna (third eye (intuition or instincts) or mind's eye and heart chakra or opening chakras), eyes, neck, upper and lower back, lips, earlobes, nipples, breast, vulva, vagina, penis and scrotum, anal orifice (anus), anal sphincter, G-spot, Play pleasure spots, perineum, perineal- raphe, phallic of the navel, the calf of the legs, feet and toes, arm, hand and fingers, touch, feeling, movement and dummy trail, piercing, massage, dance BDSM, others include, aura scents, influence, sexual intelligence (sapio sexuality), wishes and dream fantasy, reasoning, character and behavior, psychic arousal of flirts, tease, erotic hypnotics of mental illusion.
The most important and essential organ for hypnosis is your eyes, and your eyes are the door to your soul. The pupil and the iris of the eyes allow light to pass through into the retina as accommodation which helps in sighting and vision for dim, dark, bright reflection and minds eyes and vision or visualization. It tells your emotions, feelings, shows desires. When in erotic seduction and hypnotics hypnosis, the eyes can tell shame, guilt, pain, and pleasure.
The ability to read the eyes and their emotions helps understand how to persuade, please, be an object of desire and subject for lust. The pupils and iris are the main part of the eyes, which aid in hypnotics; once you begin to touch someone, the iris moves its dilator muscles to dilate the pupil. Most circus magicians use this to take away your attention for a few seconds and change a reaction for you to see; master the art of seducing with the eyes will begin to persuade and appeal to someone. In eyes techniques, use the general spiral hypnosis, clockwise and anticlockwise, for dilating pupils in hypnotizing and seduction. The winking blink of erecting eyelid and lashes: the eyelid and lashes signal lust, desire, and enchantment. Erecting your eyelashes and Dilating eye is done in this manner; use chi energy and transfer chi energy to the eyes, allow this flow through the eyelid, use chi energy to create lust, desire, passion, rejection, intimacy, the chi energy erects eyelashes and therefore letting you begin hypnosis. This is effective and useful for people with attraction disorder and in the awakening of the mind, eyes and opening the awareness of heart chakra and chakras, visualization or Ajna.
Lips are part of the oral and also display erotic. In this instance, you don't need to kiss, pout or lick the lips to hypnotize, although this works quite well for some individuals. Lips are very seductive. It is very arousing. For my erotic techniques, the lips function like a vulva which expands and contract. But in this manner it grows bigger. This is easier by letting the blood flow into your lower lips first and upper lips. This is seen with people with voluptuous lips. For women who apply lipsticks, you can expand your lips, thereby creating this seductive shape of your lips shaded by lipstick. This is useful in attraction and in seducing as when with your partner, you direct their gaze to your lips and quickly give expansion and contraction, most times like a lip-sync, a small movement of the lower lips and afterward the upper lips. Be cautious not to portray a pout, kiss which might be desperate or repulsive to the viewer and ruin your hypnosis.
Is also a sensitive part of the human body. It is sensitive to sound and touch. The ear is also very useful in erotic hypnosis and hypnotizing and seduction as you use breath, air, and lick to dangle in a show of desire, lust, and intensity. In auditory hypnosis and hypnotizing, the ear conveys your voice/sound into the brain and decodes these sounds into feeling as heard ostensibly. Therefore, having a whisper is always enchanting and hypnotizing; a whisper with a dangle of the earlobes and loops will get the subject for desire into pleasure.
The body movement is also a technique in erotic hypnosis, as this involves using your mind (psyche), muscles, body in depicting an act of your intended imagination in expectation and reception of the desired pleasure. This visualization of the mind has to be balanced in the psyche-somatic mind and body balance and stimulation, done by arousing the body's moon center. Most movements include hypnotizing seductive appeal; belly dancing, strip dancing, nipple jiggling, navel plays, tiptoes walk, swirl walk, slow dance, wheelbarrow, butterfly whirl, Spiral swirl walk, and dummy trails. Dummy trails represent seductive acting using yoga techniques/positions, Kamasutra, or general Hide and Seek pattern. Most of Kamasutra are slow-acting to seduce and enchant. When using yoga positions, this is more seen in Tantra and sexual yoga, which are more in healing, recovery, disciplines, institutional, rehab, Sex therapy, Neuro-Linguistic programming. Dummy trailing is very intense and requires experts. When used in institutional, make sure you understand the terms and agree to not lead to sexual abuse and assault.
Is intense for social deviance groups, such as BDSM, body modification, etc. To piercing in erotic hypnosis is not to intend bleeding, tear but to transfer deep erotic pleasure to the skin, just like using acupuncture, dummy needles. The use of erotic needles, pins, or other tools can help intensify seduction. When ready for piercing, apply oil on the skin and apply touches on the sensitive area. You can also use your fingernails in piercing, as this helps you radiate heat in sensitive areas.
Is another body technique in erotic hypnosis; a pat by your friend, lover, and the boss can signify hypnosis. A warm wax or candle wax on your skin also implies the erotic sensation of a massage, But be careful about the misinterpretation of intent to be seen as sexual harassment. That is why emotional intelligence is needed. Massage helps to relieve stress, anxiety, tension, relaxation, and reward. Therefore using massage is very vital. Whichever massage technique you use, this is implied in erotic hypnosis and seduction.
The second category includes storytelling, narration, psyching, visualization and imagination. As explained earlier in my nudist fantasy description, you can see how I have used my imagination to create the fantastical world as my environment for desire. Most times, we create the world, people, objects, and things to heighten our desires. Psychically, in hypnosis, eroticism also visualizes in god and goddess worship. In the real sense, you are creating an archetype for your erotic pleasure and birth into the mental or psychical world of the heavenly, as in the myth of the sex worship found in these gods and goddess worship of Golem, Erzuli, Ayizan, and Aphrodite, Guédé, Dambalo-Wedo, and Aida-Wedo, in which your self-hypnotics is invocation and ascension into a realm or sphere in honor of your favorite gods and goddess for your worship and to fulfill that will for the work.
In self-hypnotics, your imagination is the creation of a world of realism that fits your reality. As you begin practicing self-hypnotics, you can enchant someone with your fantasy, dreams, imagination. Just like creating an invisible scriptwriter or a narrator, as writers call, "third person or writer's voice." These are useful in understanding how your subjective world and inter-subjectivity relate to you and using this in persuading and appealing. Tantra and tantric are also useful in mind. You are using both your mental or subjective abilities with your body to create a sensual and seductive movement using the mind to center. To sync with the world around you, Tantra requires deep discipline and constant training to apply Tantra in erotic hypnosis successfully.
Telepathy is also another technique in erotic hypnosis, using your mental abilities to communicate to the other person close to you or interpret the mind eyes or visual/vision as intuition or as instincts or awakening of heart chakra and heartbeat. It is transferring of energies, thoughts, and visuals in the form of congratulatory or validation. In a relationship, marriages, and twins, communication is usually telepathically without using words or symbols but using emotions, feelings, and thoughts. Therefore, I can send you my desires, feelings, and thoughts using my eyes, visual, memory, and vision. Mind etc. requires practices and discipline to achieve higher communication and used in erotic hypnosis. Understand social psychology of the deep mind, deep social mind of an ostensive and inferential representation in inter-subjectivity of mind as a social psyche/mind in relationships and interactions of social mind/psyche of person/people in the group and within groups, and understanding mental states of others.
Reiki is another mental technique, and I have used this severally and received various mental and physical feedback, thereby creating sync between mind and physical (psyche-somatic). Reiki is like telepathy but at a farther distance. These energies can help heal stress, anxiety, depression, etc. I have used Reiki with Tantra to send sexual energies within my body and mind.
Auditory hypnosis involves using words, sound, or accent (phonetics) and intonation, speech, linguistic style, talking, and listening to generate sound and imagination for visualization and an ambient environment of influence and perception for realism. This involves the ambient environment, music, erotic moaning, breath, silence, and auditory schizophrenic enchantment.
Auditory works well with mental representation as you use the word to influence perception. The receiver creates an image of your hypnotizing perceived representation.
Tone, speech, and using emotions such as in the case of hypnotic schizophrenic emotive empathy, in my technique, the intonation, vocal pitch, and tone are in a range of crossfading, traveling on a wavelength between normal, slow, sensual, and moaning or heartbeat and inner voice for erotic hypnosis and hypnotizing. I have also used breath, silent breath (silence), and loud breath; this works well in rhythmic wavelength, which helps relaxation, congratulatory, orgasm, happiness, eroticism, and hypnotics of hysteria.
Music is also important in auditory hypnosis; sound effects and ambient effects, like, wind, rainfall, etc., are also effective in auditory hypnotics.
Having considered my techniques, why not try a few of these? Remember to use your imagination and have a safe word, limit as these can be compulsive and dangerous—happy Wellbeing and Wellness.