Day 19: Our First Second Appearance

Hello, and welcome to a new mini-blog, TUBE-NOSIS, it’s a place where for the month of January 2019, I’m going to watch a female hypnotist’s video a day and provide a rundown based on the watching experience.

Important:
Content reviewed in this blog is both vanilla, and erotic. While you should always approach anyone with respect and courtesy, please do not approach vanilla people about your kinks and fetishes as that is not the business they are in.

Day #: -Title-

Video Link: Here

Length:
5:25

Was I hypnotized?
Yes!

Why This Video?
I checked out some channels I hadn’t looked at before, and their stuff wasn’t really landing, and then I thought, why not go back to my favorite vanilla hypnotist and catch up on something of hers I haven’t seen yet?
That’s right, there’s stuff by people I love that I still haven’t gotten to.
The fact that it’s a short video that can also serve as a good litmus test for how ready you are to cooperate with the act of hypnosis, and to see how you’ve developed if you’ve been going along on this journey is also just an added benefit.

Is This Erotic?
Noooooooooooooooooooooooope!

Are There Any Suggestions, Triggers, or Post Hypnotic Suggestions?
Yes, and I’m not telling what it is, because it’s super fun. Share in the comments if it worked for you!

What About The Rest of Her Channel?
It’s filled with magic!
(See also, her first appearance here)

Other Thoughts/About The Hypnotist?
In a video that features a pocket watch, it seems like a good time to talk a little more about hypnosis in general.
Here’s the thing, you have to buy in.
Lately, I’ve started to describe hypnosis as playing catch, and/or when you listen to/watch a session, throwing a ball against the wall and catching it.
Why?
Because even when you’re by yourself, it’s still not a passive process. If someone says watch the watch, it doesn’t mean look at the screen, actually do it.
To go back to the ball analogy, not watching the watch is akin to not throwing the ball, or better still, throwing it, and when it bounced back to you not reaching out to catch it and wondering why it’s not magically back in your hand.
Listening is not a passive action either, not when you internalize, and not when you do more than just hear. The act of listening in hypnosis is the act of cooperation, and it’s important for you to not just want to cooperate, but to do your part.

Now let me tell you secret trick of the trade, and read with caution here:

I don’t want you to do anything at all right now.
Just read these words and follow along.
Follow the words your eyes are glancing over, reading them quickly.
Just read.
Short sentences come and go, and notice now how when the sentence gets longer, you want to read it faster.
You want to see what’s next.
Almost anxiously skimming now.
Noticing that as the words get longer you have to slow down now to really do what I’m asking you to.
Just reading every word, not anticipating, slowing down, slowly now, just reading.
Just relaxing as you take the words in slowly, one by one, slowly reading.
Slowing down.
Just relaxing now.

Okay!
Maybe that worked, maybe it didn’t, but did you notice that I said just read? Just read, and just listen and just do anything are tricks of the word just.
When a hypnotist says “just” -blank- they’re actually focusing you on one task to actively participate in, and the word just connotes a simplicity in the action, making it accessible to you.
It’s actually possible to hypnotize someone by saying something like “just be hypnotized now” it they’re familiar enough with trance.
Not because they’re conditioned to drop, but because they’re practiced and they know how, so for them it is a simple thing to do/execute.

Anyhow, we just got super in the weeds there. As always, I love to hear from you all with your thoughts, and opinions, you know the deal.

Contact me HERE with your thoughts, your suggestions for other videos, or anything else for that matter.

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