Erotic hypnosis is a broad term to describe a wide range of sexual fantasies and activities. People can use hypnosis to enhance sexual experiences by removing inhibitions, amplifying the senses, and intensifying sexual responses. We can create realistic fantasy experiences from simple tactile sensations to elaborate role-play scenes. Many people also use hypnosis to amplify feelings of sexual arousal and submission, to train slaves to be more obedient and sexually responsive.
For a more detailed answer, read Erotic Hypnosis – What it is, and why you should you try it.
Yes, but everyone responds differently. Some people experience immediate deep trance and intense feelings. Other people begin with only limited responses and build up to the more intense responses with repeated trances. Trust, experience, and rapport between hypnotist and subject all factor into your response.
Again, everyone’s experience is different. Some describe it as a vivid daydream, floating on air, intoxicating, captivating, thrilling or the most intensely erotic experience they’ve ever had. Many subjects enjoy being hypnotized because it enables them to feel emotionally and sexually connected to the hypnotist. Others just enjoy feeling themselves respond to the hypnotist’s desires.
For a more detailed answer, read Erotic Audio: Why We Enjoy it.
There are several online communities, including:
- Erotic Mind Control Forum (for a male-dominant erotic hypnosis)
- Inraptured (for femdom erotic hypnosis)
There are also a few real-world conventions, such as:
Hypnosis in General
Nearly everyone. Some medications and medical conditions that affect the brain may inhibit the ability to enter trance as well as the ability to retain suggestions. However, the literature on this subject is scarce and inconsistent.
In fact, most people briefly put themselves in a trance once or twice per day. But different people respond to different techniques, or different types of suggestions. Some people respond better to direct physical suggestions like “raise your arm.” Other people respond better to indirect or emotional suggestions like “feel your arm become light enough to float.” I include a broad spectrum of suggestions in my recordings so they will be enjoyable for everyone.
Not against their will. It is possible to hypnotize someone without their knowledge. There are several covert techniques for introducing a trance without the subject knowing. However, these techniques are easy to resist when you recognize them.
A hypnotized person will do anything that feels good or seems to be in their best interest. They will also go out of their way to please the hypnotist. But they generally won’t do anything that violates their core beliefs or puts themselves in danger.
For a more detailed answer, read Can You Be Hypnotized to Act Against Your Will?
Practice. By entering trance frequently, you train and condition your mind to enter deeper and deeper trances. It is the same as a runner who trains for a marathon. He starts with a short run, followed by progressively longer runs until he builds up the stamina for the full-length marathon. (Also, make sure you turn off your cell phone and make sure you won’t be disturbed during the trance.)
You can also use my one of my Trance Conditioning MP3s help condition your mind to achieve deeper trances and more vivid visualizations.
This varies from person to person. Some people only retain suggestions until the end of that day. Others retain the suggestions for days or weeks. The more often suggestions are repeated, and the more pleasure that you derive from the suggestions, the longer you will retain them. With enough repetition and reinforcement, they can be made permanent.
Yes. It’s not as effective as an audio file or an in-person induction. But it is possible. It works the same as reading a book. As you read the words, you visualize in your mind what the hypnotist is describing. The more vividly you visualize this, the deeper the trance.
The basic problem with this type of induction is the lack of feedback between hypnotist and subject. The hypnotist is unable to see the subject’s face. So they’re forced to guess at how well the subject is responding. There is also a risk of getting disconnected without knowing it, leaving the hypnotist, the subject, or both waiting for a response that will never come.
Two of the most interesting books that I’ve read on hypnosis are Professional hypnotism manual: Introducing physical and emotional suggestibility and sexuality by John Kappas and My Voice Will Go with You by Sidney Rosen.
I’ve also heard good things about Mindplay by Mark Wiseman. (Although I haven’t personally read it.)
I never meet anyone in person.
On [extremely] rare occasions, if I need to test out a script, I may conduct a trance over Skype. If you’d like to be notified of these events, join my mailing list.
I won’t produce something for just one person. But I’m open to suggestions for new titles. Send me your suggestion. If it’s something that may appeal to a broad audience, I’ll consider it.
Some of them, yes. I’m not a licensed therapist, so I label my mp3s as entertainment and sexual enhancements. However, I include positive affirmations and suggestions for reducing inhibitions, increasing desire and enjoying more pleasure with real-life partners.
Read more about erotic hypnosis and sexual health. Or check out these MP3s.
No. I don’t believe in long-distance relationships, and I don’t accept online slaves.
About the Author/Hypnotist
I’ve produced a few self-help hypnosis MP3s and written one for guided meditation (which hasn’t been recorded). These require more time and research than the erotic hypnosis recordings. And since I don’t have the resources to market them properly I don’t know if I’ll produce any more.
I also write science fiction. but I have yet to publish that. As of Nov 2018, I’ve just finished the first draft of a full-length sci fi comedy. It still needs a lot of work before it’s ready for publication.
If you have additional questions, feel free to ask.