Sensory Cues to Optimise the Hypnotic Experience

I will be partaking in a workshop later this week concerning Erotic Hypnosis and was given the chance to pick any topic of conversation I wanted. Now, those who know me well, know that I can talk about the hypnotic experience for hours… I have 30 minutes. Rather than discussing techniques or suggestions or deepeners or any of the many other topics, I am focusing on sensory cues.

Since I am really good at procrastinating, like it’s fucking art at this point, I have decided to discuss it here with you (look how lucky you are) and organise my thoughts on sensory cues here.

Sensory cues with hypnosis and Ms AmbreJade

The Five Senses:

We all know there are 5 senses (arguably there is a 6th but this is not the time or place to discuss such things). I believe senses are part of primary school learning. I am going to list them anyway, because who remembers primary school?

  1. Sight
  2. Hearing
  3. Smell
  4. Touch
  5. Taste

Each one is like a hack into a person’s psyche with enough time and consistency. Each of the senses provides an opportunity for long term programing. Building associations between sensory cues. One piece of advice here though, if you are coming at this from the Tist perspective, use caution. You do not want to associate the benign with eroticism, this can and will create uncomfortable moments, always add an environment and ecology aspect to it. For example, if you hear this when we are alone….

Examples Sensory Cues:

All of these cues can be used for induction as well, or my personal favourite, brain washing. But I am not about to share all my secrets 😉 Yeah, I probably will at some point, I can’t abide gate keeper.

Sight: This one is kind of obvious, the Hypnotist holding a crystal or watching a spiral.

Hearing: Again with the obvious, words spoken but you can take it a little further a song playing gently in the background, a metronome. I have a built in cue here as my heart constantly ticks, it adds to the hypnotee experience.

Smell: Think about signature perfumes, or even deodorant or laundry soap. Smell is probably the most under utilised of all the sensory cues, which is so unfortunate as in my experience it is the most powerful.

Touch: This is a more recent one for me, as up until recently my focus has been primary one on one phone or video sessions and custom creations. I am, however, really loving this one. Here you can play with many things. I like to find special places.

Taste: Oh, taste. Similar to touch in that I have not had the opportunity to use this kind as often.

I will be creating a series of posts on this topic in the coming weeks.

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