I have had two personal experiences with bottoming for erotic hypnosis. In both cases, I asked to try it. Frankly, I didn’t think I would be or could be hypnotized. I wasn’t sure if I believed in hypnosis, and, truthfully, I’m still not convinced. But some trustworthy male tops offered to let me try, and I took them up on the offers.
I must admit that I didn’t feel “hypnotized” either time I tried it. I felt relaxed. It felt nice. Not quite as nice as someone playing with my hair. (I totally DO think ASMR is real.) But pleasant. I did feel quite guilty both times because I didn’t want to disappoint my tops. I think I fudged about whether it worked or not to save their egos.
Since starting online femdom play on Niteflirt, I’ve had more and more people ASK me for erotic hypnosis. And at first I declined because I have no background in it. I kicked myself for not attending some of the many erotic hypnosis classes I’d seen around pre-pandemic.
But eventually I gave in a bit, just to see if I could make a femdom erotic hypnosis audio that people liked. And although it’s subjective, quite a lot of people seem to enjoy my audios. In fact, erotic hypnosis has quickly become one of my favorite femdom “niches,” and I find myself wanting to make more and more audios. I also enjoy hypnotic conversations with people.
I like it so much that I’ve revamped a few of my listings on Niteflirt to center around erotic hypnosis. You can see one here, although it’s a work in progress.
I suppose the real question is whether now that I’ve been topping for it, I believe in it or not.
My answer is that I suspect it works if you WANT it to work. I have heard many people TELL me that they believe it works. And perception is reality. Whether you truly can erotically hypnotized or just want to believe it enough that it feels like you’re erotically hypnotized…well…it’s kind of the same thing. Isn’t it?
And it’s a delicious loss of control.
1 thought on “Erotic Hypnosis: It’s a Thing.”
I can identify with your experience. Part of me wants to think that hypnosis works in the sense that you see on stages and on screen. You lose conscious awareness of your present self and are imprinted with a behavior that the audience finds hysterical when they see it play out afterwards. However, I’m a born skeptic.
On the other hand, there’s the more realistic expectation that repeated exposure to a given influence will sway your thinking. Is that the Stockholm Syndrome? I don’t know, I’m not a psychologist and am too lazy to google it.
“Your beliefs become your thoughts. Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions. Your actions become your habits. Your habits become your values. Your values become your destiny.” – Gandhi