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Can Erotic Hypnosis Cause Hands-Free Orgasm? (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Some erotic hypnotists believe it is possible for people to have a hands-free orgasm (video below).

"While you can't change the way your brain responds to the messages you give it, you can change the messages that you are giving to your brain," Jacqui Olliver, a sex strategist, told Medical Daily. "This is why aligning your thoughts and actions is so important."

When people are hypnotized they are conscious, but can become very agreeable to suggestions. In the case of erotic hypnosis, one would, in theory, experience sexual excitement without ever being touched because hypnosis focuses on the brain, which is the pleasure center for the nerves.

According to Medical Daily, there are specific types of nerves that talk to the brain when people are turned on sexually:

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[T]he hypogastric nerve, which transmits signals from the uterus and the cervix in women, and from the prostate in men; the pelvic nerve transmits signals from the vagina and cervix in women, and from the rectum in both sexes; the pudendal nerve transmits from the clitoris in women, and from the scrotum and penis in men; and the vagus nerve transmits from the cervix, uterus, and vagina in women.

Those nerves conduct physical feelings to the brain during sexual stimulation, but erotic hypnosis does not include physical touch.

Jerry Storey, a certified erotic hypnotist, told the news site that "climax" or "dry orgasms," can happen when "the muscles of the body that normally experience contractions will, upon being triggered, contract in exactly the same manner as they would during a natural or normal orgasm."

The pleasure in the "dry orgasms" will come mostly from the brain, not the genitals, according to Storey.

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However, "true orgasms" can happen with certain trigger words, such as "scintillating" -- and even non-sexual touches, Storey explained.

"Each time I say that word, the pleasure will double," Storey stated. "If I use a touch trigger like holding their hand in both of my hands, the pleasure will increase 5 fold."

Storey added that he uses multiple trigger words for sexual arousal, and a final trigger phrase that can cause an orgasm "as programmed."

A female writer for Rooster Magazine wrote about how she listened to a hands-free orgasm video on YouTube with her noise-canceling headphones in a New York City coffee shop in 2014.

At one point the video told her several times, "When I snap my fingers, you will orgasm," which did elicit some tingling and warmth, but the journalist said she did not experience an orgasm.

She added:

The one, glaringly important thing the video didn't do was make me horny, something that I think would be necessary for it to work to its full extent. Rather, the hypnosis offered a state of relaxation and focus that allowed for the possibility of pleasure. That makes me think it would be very, very useful of I was already aroused, or for someone who has trouble relaxing enough to let themself feel pleasure.

Sources: Medical Daily, Rooster Magazine / Photo credit: UltraHypnosis/YouTube

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