Tell someone that is not kinky that you love pain and you will see that little pinched up face that people make when they don’t understand something. Why would you like pain? That makes no sense! To someone who is not kinky, it will never make sense. I am out in this world and I have friends that will say that they are fine with me being kinky but they don’t want to hear about the details. I respect that because they simply can’t understand it. To them when they fall down and get a bruise it’s the body's way of telling them that they are hurt. Kinky people understand this but also stand the pleasure that can come with pain.
I have often been asked by people in the lifestyle communities what roles do I train people for. Often this is a question of exploration and learning to know what more is out there. This has been a topic I have thought about often during my personal development and I am talking about this a lot after the release of my book, The Tao of Relationship Maintenance for Mind Controllers. After a move across country I am about at the start of establishing my House again and I have spent a considerable amount of time contemplating this topic. In my book I talk about what it means to be a servant in O&p culture and how being part of that culture influences my life and art. What I am going to do in this article is discuss traditional roles of servants in Houses and great homes of the past. I’ll also be sharing what these same services cost today. In sharing this information, I hope the reader will see the parallels of power exchange that exist in these roles and society from the past to today. I break down how to think planning to have these roles staffed in our home in order to make it a House of our own design and influence. I share with you the roles that I am seeking to establish at present in my House. Lastly, I share how I think about service. I welcome reader commentary on these roles and stories on how you have made your House operate.
"I'm just gonna go shower real quick," Kellin tells me as he gets out of the bunk and pecks my cheek.
The post is a celebration of experiential mindfulness in our lives and play with one another. This post is designed to assist you in creating a service oriented hypnotic play party in which several people have been consensually conditioned into obedient party servants and/or ornaments. This post explores an actionable plan to enjoy power exchange, brainwashing play, and mind control play in a task oriented themed party plan.
The following is an excerpt from my book Instruction of the Hypno Dom. Relax, enjoy, get inspired, and pack a lunch. This is a long one to show you what is ahead. One of the most frequent questions I get is how to use hypnosis and power exchange together. My answer is a simple one. Present the activity in a story and connect the activities you want in a context that communicates goals and consequences. That story may be how the slave recognizes she is there to kneel and serve again. It could be how a sub’s workday thoughts were filled with numbers and logistics, but her body never stopped responding to her Master’s control. All of this is about communicating and consenting in the engagement of power exchange. Your message, your conversation, your story, it’s an invitation to explore what’s on the surface or go deeper with you. You are inviting someone to interact with you along these provocative themes and maybe take a leap with you into something more. This is what this chapter will demonstrate for you.
When working with subjects we have to communicate with them and take into account not just their interests, but what we agree on together for a hypnotic experience. Your success will come from your ability to combine different aspects of experiences and both communicating with your subject verbally and reading their body language. When beginning to work with a subject you want to inspire trust by sharing the experience you agreed on with them. Do not engage in bait and switch. You will not only damage your reputation but you will find that few people want to work with you.
Let's talk pleasure conditioning. In my opinion there should be an element that pushes and pulls the subject towards the desired behavior. This is a community challenge that I posted to those in my private Facebook group. What are your thoughts? Can you apply it to an example that clearly designates a command for the subject to respond in context?
Life has been a whirlwind for me these last few months. My new book, Instruction of The Hypno Dom: A Master/slave Lifestyle Development Training on Erotic and Authoritarian Hypnosis became #1 on Amazon for New Releases in Hypnosis, and I almost doubled my subscriber list on my blog Tao of The Crown. I’ve got a training coming up, Hypnosis for Kinksters on Septemeber 14th and I’m organizing ideas for my next book as I chat with all of you. As new people get interested in hypnosis and all it can do, it often becomes a kinky adventure and tool for personal development. As people begin new adventures and begin to explore hypnotic affects there are always questions about working with hypnotic commands. What follows next will be a few tips to keep in mind as you design and set your hypnotic command effects with your subjects and hypnotees.
So this a very personal post. There is also a trigger warning in effect for those of you who are triggered by abuse or sexual assault. Also this post is not for those under 18. Let's get started.
Being in a D/s relationship is a beautiful thing to me. The connection that it takes for it to work is extremely high and the work to get there can be a lot. To be that deeply connected to someone is like best drug in the world to me. You begin to really understand each other and what each others needs are and a conversation can happen between you without words being spoken. A look, a touch or a gesture can tell a story in your in mind and you probably don’t even realize it’s happening, you just react. Pure beauty.
There are multiple styles of hypnosis and systems designed to encourage subconscious responses from a subject. When we have a subject eager to experience hypnosis and discover if erotic hypnosis lives up to all the hype; we have a challenge. While we all may use a different style of hypnosis, many of us follow a similar framework to arrive at a shared agenda for a session and during the session itself. A formal process I use for public and private play generally looks like this.
By Corinne Farago