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Hypnosis can be used to enhance sexual pleasure beyond belief.

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The reason hypnosis can enhance sex is not because it is some sort of magic, but because as you are under a trance, your insecurities and limiting beliefs about sex can be put aside to allow you to feel the full potential of the sexual pleasure your body is capable of.

 

What can you expect?

Sex under hypnosis can help you (whether you are a man or woman) to orgasm if you have difficulty having strong or consistent orgasms. If you don’t have that problem, hypnosis can help you take your sex to the next extreme of sexual pleasure.

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The possibilities are so endless, that most novices would have a hard time believing that some of the things I’m about to mention are even possible. For example, you can learn hypnotic triggers called “anchors” to instantly induce an orgasm on command, it works with both men and women…

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Women can develop extended orgasms, multiple orgasms and even the strangest sexual fantasy can seem completely real under hypnosis. For example, you can hypnotize your girlfriend to think she’s a virgin again, and the sexual experience would seem extremely real.

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Hypnosis to wipe away past trauma

You can use hypnosis to wipe away past trauma that might inhibit your ability to feel sexual pleasure. Sex for women is much more closely tied to their emotions. They have great difficulty letting go of bad experiences in the past which hold them back from experiencing immense pleasure now.

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Hypnosis is actually quite easy to learn. You can learn it in less than five minutes. If you’d like to learn more about using hypnosis to enhance your sexual pleasure, visit my blog NOW!

 

The Subconscious Mind - Hypnosis

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Hypnosis can be used to enhance sexual pleasure beyond belief. The reason hypnosis can enhance sex is not because it is some sort of magic, but because as you are under a trance, your insecurities and limiting beliefs about sex can be put aside to allow you to feel the full potential of the sexual pleasure your body is capable of.

What can you expect?

Sex under hypnosis can help you (whether you are a man or woman) to orgasm if you have difficulty having strong or consistent orgasms. If you don't have that problem, hypnosis can help you take your sex to the next extreme of sexual pleasure.

The possibilities are so endless, that most novices would have a hard time believing that some of the things I'm about to mention are even possible. For example, you can learn hypnotic triggers called "anchors" to instantly induce an orgasm on command, it works with both men and women...

Women can develop extended orgasms, multiple orgasms and even the strangest sexual fantasy can seem completely real under hypnosis. For example, you can hypnotize your girlfriend to think she's a virgin again, and the sexual experience would seem extremely real.

You can use hypnosis to wipe away past trauma that might inhibit your ability to feel sexual pleasure. Sex for women is much more closely tied to their emotions. They have great difficulty letting go of bad experiences in the past which hold them back from experiencing immense pleasure now.

Hypnosis is actually quite easy to learn. You can learn it in less than five minutes. If you'd like to learn more about using hypnosis to enhance your sexual pleasure, visit my blog NOW!

 

Better Orgasm: Use Hypnosis For Enhanced Sexual Pleasure

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Way back in the 1970's when I was a college student studying criminal justice I participated in a student practicum at the local sheriff's office. Most of my "work" consisted of going through stacks of crime reports and calling back theft victims to reassure them that even though the sheriff's office had not yet been able to figure out who stole their property and the likelihood of them ever getting their stolen property back was minimal, the sheriff's office was "still on the case." It was more of a public relations effort to make people feel that the sheriff's office had not forgotten about their case and was concerned that they had been a crime victim.

To my surprise, most people appreciated the follow-up. They understood that the sheriff's office was doing what they could and in a few cases the victims provided new suspect information that could aid in the investigation. Some told me they understood there was little the sheriff's office could do and suggested that the sheriff's office discontinue investigating their case and concentrate on more serious crimes. Others told me that they had already figured out who stole their stuff and had recovered it themselves. Excellent - case closed!

On one occasion a detective asked me if I would like to assist him in a Hypnotism Session. He explained that there had been a "grab-and-run" theft at a jewelry store and an elderly lady saw the thief run from the store and get into a waiting get-a-way car. This lady could not remember much about the get-a-way car and the detective was hoping that under hypnosis she could provide a good description of the car and maybe even a license plate. This sounded much more exciting than calling and propitiating theft victims, so I jumped at the opportunity.

The hypnosis session occurred in a small quiet room at the sheriff's office. I have no clue as to the training this detective had at the time, but since investigative hypnosis was in its infancy in those days, I suspect it was minimal. The lady sat in a big comfortable office chair and the detective sat in a smaller chair in front of her. The detective dimmed the lights and spoke to her in a soft tone and directed her attention to the incident. His words got slower and softer and it appeared as if he was trying to get her to totally relax. At one point he asked her to close her eyes and continue listening to him. It was surreal - almost right out of the movies!

But consider a ruling from the North Dakota Supreme Court in the case of the State of North Dakota v. Joseph Lesley Brown. 337 N.W.2d 138 (1983). The court stated "The major issue raised on appeal is whether or not a witness whose memory has been previously enhanced through the use of hypnosis may testify in a criminal trial in North Dakota. We conclude that a witness who has previously been hypnotized is not rendered incompetent to testify. Rather, we hold that hypnotism affects the credibility but not the admissibility of such testimony."

Other court cases, with different variations of these decisions, abound.

In my home State of Oregon, there is yet another twist to the legality of testimony elicited under hypnotism. Oregon has a long-standing statute that allows witnesses who have been subjected to "hypnosis" or "mesmerism" prior to trial, to testify for either side in a criminal trial if the entire hypnotic procedure is "recorded on either videotape or any mechanical recording device." The statute further requires that "the unabridged videotape or mechanical recording shall be made available to the other party or parties." See Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 136.675. This seems to follow the North Dakota Supreme Court reasoning that witnesses who have been previously hypnotized are not incompetent to testify and it is up to the jury (or judge in the case of a Court trial) to assess the credibility of that testimony.

Summary

Using hypnosis to help victims and witnesses recall information can sometimes aid an investigator in an investigation. It is being used with increasing frequency by law enforcement and private investigators but is still viewed skeptically by many courts. Usually, it is only used when investigators have exhausted all leads and the case would likely end up in the cold case file unless new leads can be developed. In private investigations, qualified investigators sometimes use hypnosis to recover memory for civil or criminal trials and it is also used to help investigators find lost or misplaced property.

 

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