Love this 1940’s trailer. Classic and totally over the top – or is it???? I have found many a caller feeling as if he has given his soul to me. Who gives a care for love when you can have the soul!
I always enjoying hearing how a session left a residual effect on a caller. Today, on yahoo, a caller comes on and instant messages me this…
Hello. It’s really too soon after last week, to think about a return. Income and all that. But I am thinking and feel an adoring, appreciative rant is due.
It seems that sometimes it takes a while for words.and images to come back to me. Over all these years we have covered many scenarios. Some leave me feeling shamed and humiliated. Others excited and desperate for more. None, ever, more so than that amazing night….
A few months back, when I was drunk and your voice found that perfect pitch, cadence and tone…spiritual!
And there you have it… one slightly hooked hypnotic slave. (I’m English – I always understate!)
And another video clip brought to my attention, courtesy of my devoted ‘information agent‘. I particularly like the sparkling light coming off the chandelier. How very relaxing.
If you stay with the video, believe me, it is classic British humor and ‘hypnotically’ funny.
TRIGGERS. I’m a disbeliever in them. Yes, shocking, isn’t it, being that I own a hypnotic listing on the Niteflirt platform. I should be telling you I can trigger you anytime I want, but if I don’t believe in triggers, that would be silly. What I do believe in, however, is brainwashing, conditioning, and programming. I have many that will vouch for my expertise in this. (Of course, they will vouch; they’ve been brainwashed.)
Often, I am emailed asking if I can do this and do that, and will it work. I offer no guarantees of anything working. What I can guarantee is that I will do whatever it is I do, to give them a feeling of pleasure, relaxation, and arousal. I say arousal because my subjects are mainly interested in erotic hypnosis.
With silence at the other end of line, I can often pick up whether it is working or not. Don’t ask me how, but I can feel the acceptance through the line. Telepathic empathy? Intuitive deduction?
Who knows? Who cares? Let go, free fall…
I don’t think one should bring reason or question into the hypnotic experience. That rather defeats or hinders what the subject is searching for: a feeling of mentally disappearing and letting go.
If I repeatedly use the word ‘red’ and at the same time encourage a pleasurable feeling every time I introduce the word, then the subconscious mind is going to equate that with pleasure. That is not a trigger, in my book, but more a Pavlovian conditioning. Seductive conditioning works best. That’s a no-brainer!
So, please… don’t ask for a magic trigger on a first call. I might indulge you and oblige, but you better believe I’ll be really working on the first step of conditioning you.
The complete article can be found here: Metro.co.uk
‘Psychic mesmerised me to spend £12,000 on her’
When racing driver Jim Gotobed fell for his Tarot card reader he crossed her palm with more than silver.
The 50-year-old amateur racer lavished £12,000 on blonde psychic Tracie Long during a ten-month affair.
But he told magistrates he felt ‘hypnotised’ after his sessions with Ms Long and came out of each one ‘more deeply in love with her’.
Mr Gotobed’s attraction for the psychic, which resulted in him divorcing his wife of 25 years, unfolded in court where he was cleared of harassing Ms Long.
She had accused him of texting her repeatedly, writing to her parents, contacting a local newspaper, reporting her to the spiritualists’ professional association and threatening to kill her.
But magistrates’ chairman Ian Fuller said 48-year-old Ms Long had been ‘evasive’ in her testimony whereas he considered Mr Gotobed to be ‘honest, straightforward and convincing’.
After the case, Mr Gotobed admitted he had been ‘gullible’, adding: ‘I realise now she was after my money.’
The father of two, from Romford, in Essex, said he had known Ms Long 30 years earlier and their friendship was rekindled through Facebook.
He told Chelmsford magistrates’ court her first Tarot reading related to his marriage and she said he should ‘get a quick divorce’.
After further readings, in which he was told to ‘unburden’ himself, the sales manager sold his prized racing car, guns and guitar collections.
He had arranged for his wages to be paid into her account and handed in his notice at work after she told him he wasn’t earning enough. He said Ms Long had told him their future was predicted in the cards and that he would marry her.
Ms Long described his love as ‘obsessed’ and told the court he had threatened to shoot her when their relationship ended.
She said she had only given him a non-professional ‘mini reading’ and denied telling him they would be married.
(Chelmsford – know it well. Of course, I personally found this article rather amusing. Others might not find it so.)