Erotic hypnosis is a term that has been floating around the Internet for awhile now but what does it really mean? For example, is it some form of mind control that can be used to manipulate a partner in the bedroom? On the flip side, can hypnosis be used to achieve the ultimate orgasm? Finally, can you put yourself into a trance to reduce sexual pain? This article will dive deep into the entire issue of erotic hypnosis and provide concrete information about what erotic hypnosis is and is not. So much of what is published online about erotic hypnosis is poorly researched and not steeped in the trappings of clinical psychology. My hope in penning this piece is to offer clarity and provide answers to a topic that is widely misunderstood and often not discussed.
Erotic Hypnosis – What it is, and why you should you try it
Am I about to live every man's dream, or am I going to end up a sexually-charged vegetable? Achieve climax without an erection? Recite the lyrics to a Donna Lewis song? Who even IS Donna Lewis?
But that generalization fails to capture the long history of the genre or the broad range of erotic applications, fantasies and benefits. Early Christians wrote about demons incubi and succubi who visited people in their sleep and filled their dreams with lust. Medieval and Renaissance authors wrote about witches and fairies casting love spells. In the 17thth Centuries, physicians began to recognize hypnosis and trance as real phenomenon, and authors such as Bram Stoker Dracula and George du Maurier Trilby began incorporating hypnosis into their fiction.