The trust factor is often either overlooked or taken for granted within the Hypnotist-subject dynamic. In My experience, most people assume that trust has been established through virtue of having a single communication. And while you can trust the intentions of your Hypnotist from a single encounter, the deeper, almost palpable trust connection takes time to really establish itself. Each interaction solidifies the initial feelings of trust and helps manifest as a truly trusting relationship. Why is trust so important? Can Hypnotists succeed without trust? How does this pertain to erotic hypnosis and should it be something we strive for?
The Importance of the Trust Factor
I talk about trust a lot. It plays an important role in all our relationships from your neighbour to your Domme, your partner. We have so many relationships and so many of them deepen when the trust factor is taken into account. An individual trusts that their neighbours will not break into their home. Trust. If you don’t know them, you will be more hesitant to open your door to them. The trust factor allows relationships to extent past their default setting. When you trust, you are more likely to open up and step out of your comfort zone. When looking at a power dynamic, like D-s or Hypnotist-subject, trust allows you to explore things more deeply. Something simple like spanking, for example, can be seen as abusive but with the trust factor in place, what can be perceived as an assault becomes erotic, sensual. Erotic Hypnosis works under a similar premise. If you trust your Hypnotist, then the deeper you are able to go.
Erotic Hypnosis Without Trust
Erotic hypnosis can be experienced without trust. It is not essential to a superficial hypnotic experience. Without trust though, the experience becomes just that superficial, with a deeper dynamic. While it can be fun, and is generally the starting point to most Hypnotist-subject relationship, it’s potential without trust is limited. The trance can be deep but it will not be representative of the potential when trust is in place.
Ultimately, trust should be the goal of any interaction you have. It is less important that the Hypnotist trust the subject. Depending on the goal(s) of your relationship, a Hypnotist needs you to trust Her and not the other way around. That being said though, as a HypnoDomme, I like the trust fact to go both ways. I am more inclined to be creative with subjects that I trust, as well as more open with My Own experiences when we are talking.
So in the future, to let go and trance more effectively , focus instead on building trust rather than the trance itself. The trance will happen either way, but the extent of which will be determined by the trust factor.
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