We've all heard that introduction to hypnosis.
Isn't that where each pretend to be what the other wishes in as intricate and convincing manner as possible? Posted: Dec 27, am 0 I'm not so sure that the experience you describe is hypnosis, shrink.
There is a fellow, Joe Vitale, who claims to teach "hypnotic writing". I'm not so sure it's not, either. You can also open a full SorceryNet chatroom in a new tab by clicking here.
Just thinking aloud. Cybersex might be an example, No? Really, I'm not so sure anyone knows what hypnosis is or if it exists.
The more I learn about the subject, the less I know for certain. So why not: "Have you ever been typing in a chat room and suddenly you realize Please be cbat to choose an appropriate nickname, rather than the default one. You have the choice of a pretty widget with Wibbitor a plainer one without SorceryNet.
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Advertising would be well served by hypnotic writing another subject altogether. Hypnotist nicknames generally start with an upper case hgpnosis, while those of subjects are in lower-case.
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People, in chat rooms are led by what they want and the safety of the keyboard might allow them to drop their critical thinking enough for their psyche to be set free in the direction of the fantasy. I choose to believe that it does exist. So that the mind can 'go there'?