Journaling is a wonderful way to uncover our thoughts and feelings as we are experiencing situations and through reflecting on our life. The act of writing itself can help to discover and illuminate the hidden, murky, unsure emotions, concerns, worries and reflections from our bodies and our minds. Journaling is a great way to jot down half-formed, foggy ideas so we might shape, develop, and learn from them. Over the years I’ve used journaling to document my thoughts, what I learned, what I wanted to bring forward into my plans and to create connections between seemingly disparate subjects. Journaling is helpful for spotting patterns in our own lives and in the details, we utilize to take on. It’s helpful for exploring our wishes, dreams, hopes, intentions; and for catching and containing our observations and descriptions of the world. There are many different methods of journaling but before I get into that I’d like to talk about how we learn and journal.
Sexual fantasies are increasingly viewed as an essential component of a healthy relationship. Fantasies encourage and promote communication and the exploration of sexual pleasure between partners. Additionally, partners that share their sexual fantasizing tend to enjoy increased orgasm, arousal, and general contentment with their partners. These fantasies allow us to identify with and explore fulfilling desires that cannot always be realistically achieved. Individual scenarios leading to sexual fantasies vary greatly between people and are influenced by desires and real and imagined experiences, and can range from the mundane to the unusual. Fantasies are frequently used to escape real-life sexual restraints by imagining dangerous or taboo scenarios, such as rape, mind control, or kidnapping. They allow people to imagine themselves in roles they do not normally have, such as having power and control, unlimited wealth, attraction, and stamina, return to a state of innocence and enjoy being the villain to name just a few. Fantasies have enormous influence over sexual behavior, our attraction to others, and can be the sole cause of an orgasm. Every fantasy you or I have can be categorized into three categories which makes it easier to talk about and explore. These categories are Others, Innovation, and Power.
This is a piece I'm working on and its still very rough. It's actually my first draft with the target audience of those erotic hypnotists that consider themselves Hypno Doms. There is more to write on this piece but I wanted to get some feedback and thoughts from peers. I'm done writing for the night and looking for interaction with it to keep the motivation going here. Open to your thoughts, impressions, and questions.
During the 1960s, Abraham Maslow devoted considerable research to the concept of peak-experiences. Maslow engaged in a variety of experiences and based his experiments on data from phenomenological reports derived from people of various ages. He became found that ordinary people may undergo genuine experiential peaks in even the most ordinary events and surroundings; such as seeing the beauty of nature, listening to music, or performing routine chores. A peak experience is an event that is memorable, establishes oneself as being present in the moment, exhilarating bliss, or deeply moving, there's also a feeling of transcendence or spiritual connection associated with it. The search for peak experiences is a common human motivation. The majority of people view peak experiences as accomplishments that are vital developments of their identity and guiding feedback for how they live their lives.
How many of you have wished you had a trigger to create a blank state in someone? Perhaps, you have had the urge to show someone they were in a trance or hypnosis by having them forget a number, their name, or a friend's name. While it is possible to hypnotize a person and cause them to forget they were hypnotized, their name, their phone number, and so much more, the memory loss may only be temporary.