Look Into My Eyes - Waking Trance
|Look Into My Eyes
How To Use Hypnosis To Bring Out The Best In Your Sex Life
Author: Peter Masters
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(Extract from Look Into My Eyes, Chapter 4 - Exercise Program, pp. 69 - 70)
If your partner responds well to what you have done with them so far you might like to try what is called a waking trance with them. Simply put, this is having your partner act like they are awake while they are still hypnotised.
This is not the sort of thing which you do with someone who is only lightly hypnotised - telling them to act like they’re awake might actually wake them up. Instead you do this with a partner who is responding promptly and who doesn’t seem too lethargic and sluggish when following instructions.
The ﬁrst time you try this, regardless of how well it seems to work, don’t keep your partner acting awake for more than a couple of minutes. This is one of the hardest things for someone in a trance to learn to do and you should build up to longer periods and more complex activities slowly.
How much success you have with this will vary in interesting ways.
- Your partner may not be able to do this at all. They might not even be able to open their eyes fully.
- They might appear heavy and slow like they are on sedatives.
- They might act sort of like they’re awake, but need prompting to do anything.
- They might act like they’re wide awake at the start - full of energy, laughing at jokes or whatever - and then gradually fade away.
- They might sit up, act like they’re awake and deny that they’re in a trance.
- Or, of course, they might act like they’re awake with no problems at all.
On the count of three I want you to lift your head, open your eyes and act like you’re awake. I want you to act like you are wide awake without actually waking up. I don’t want you to wake up at all. Instead I want you to act like you’re wide awake. You’ll feel full of energy, without being sluggish or heavy. You’ll be able to talk and move easily while still staying in this trance.
You’ll continue to act like you are awake until I touch you on the shoulder. When I touch your shoulder you’ll stop what you are doing, sit back down if you aren’t already, and then you’ll close your eyes, relax and sink down deeper into this trance. You’ll stop acting like you are awake when I touch your shoulder and you’ll relax and go deeper into this trance.
One... Two... THREE!
Spend some time talking with your partner. Ask them a couple of simple questions. Get them to do simple movements. Have them stand up and maybe walk around a bit. Let them have a drink. See how well they do. Watch them closely for the ﬁrst couple of minutes and compare how they behave while they’re in the trance to what they’re like when they’re awake.
If all goes well and you are feeling comfortable you might like to try a couple of the challenge tests given earlier - in the chapter on hypnotising your partner - to see how well they work. The stiff arm test is a good one, as is the eyes stuck together test.