Joseph Crown

Joseph Crown

My work is created for those that enjoy themes of hypnosis, influence, and power exchange. Please share them as this brings others attracted to these themes into our circle. Seek out the Tao of The Crown.

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  • Joseph Crown
    Published 15 days ago
    Is it ethical to suggest to a subject they enjoyed the hypnosis session?

    Is it ethical to suggest to a subject they enjoyed the hypnosis session?

    This is a question for more of an advance group of practitioners in my opinion. Recently I received this question and my first thought was to dismiss this question. Is it unethical to give positive commands that the subject enjoyed themselves in a session seems moot, does it not? As I thought about it the person was likely responding to something deeper. The person writing to me argued that these commands rob the subject of the agency to decide for themselves whether or not they liked being hypnotized. How might you answer this question?
  • Joseph Crown
    Published 15 days ago
    Limitations of consciousness: Exploring Attentional Blink

    Limitations of consciousness: Exploring Attentional Blink

    As you shift your attention from one thing of interest to another, a gap in attention called attentional blink occurs in your awareness of the world. It lasts for about half a second, so we barely notice it. The shocking, interesting, or emotionally stimulating event is the more likely we will lose peripheral awareness of anything else outside that event for longer. This phenomenon occurs because our brain has limited attentional resources. If you have ever tried to focus on multiple things at once, and you know you have if you are an active citizen of our modern society. You likely discovered you could not completely hold full attention to all the multi-tasked tasks. You might even have noticed that some things could not be consciously tracked well as you were multitasking and simply slipped right past you unnoticed. This cognitive factor is not often trained by most and yet plays a part in every action we do in society. Everything from following a magic trick, being convinced, hypnotized, and is actionable as we go through the tasks of our day. Just think about driving on a rainy day and talking on the phone or walking across the street as you text on your phone. Sometimes the attentional blink can cost us our life.
  • Joseph Crown
    Published 16 days ago
    The Necessity of Experiential and Personal Development Plans

    The Necessity of Experiential and Personal Development Plans

    Consider for a moment that your experience is the product of your actions, thinking, capabilities, opportunities, challenges, and literally your operational living. Think about you and the experience of being you as a business venture with you at the center of it. There are many departments that take care of the things that you don’t have to think about and the details of reports are brought to mind so you can choose the best course of action moving forward. Running a successful business can be harder than you think and you have to find time for yourself amidst the flurry of activity within the habitual routines to function at your best. There’s so much to do and so little time to do it. Even in the highest efficiency operations, there are many things that fall by the wayside on a daily basis and that doesn’t even take into account any emergency that arises. Honestly, it can feel hard sometimes to even do the basic things that we need to keep ourselves together. Our daily experience affects getting a good night’s sleep, our level of hydration, if we get an uninterrupted meal, if we’re craving intimacy, and so much more. Similar to new parents feeling the burnout and tradeoffs from a disjointed routine we will start to imagine the lost time made up for, and what it will be like once their kids are grown. Before life gets to survival mode and dreaming of better days ahead, you’ll need to take a good look at yourself, where you are lacking, where you are thriving, and where you want to go. Just like a business you should take the time to document your life and develop an experiential plan to live well and develop.
  • Joseph Crown
    Published 17 days ago
    Using Neuroscience to Design Life Interaction Through Structured Feedback

    Using Neuroscience to Design Life Interaction Through Structured Feedback

    Have you ever wished that you could turn up and turn on the natural happy compounds that your brain produces? Imagine how much easier it would make getting out of bed each morning, getting even the most tedious parts of your job done, and finding the energy to consistently show up as your best self for the people in your life. The quest for happiness and pleasure is as persistent and as the human need for survival. Everything we do has the potential expectation attached to it. Eating, sex, companionship, reading, and even making a list. Everything! As we plan we should take into account how the social and natural environment stimulates us and provide feedback for us. Feedback is associated with motivation, satisfaction, and feeling in harmony with the life we live in. This article will be asking you to consider how you are responding to what goes on in your life and how you might plan for that feedback.