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Hypnotized without consent

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By Ross B   

Ross B
Ross B
Hypnotized without consent
Mar 12th, 2023 15:01


I was wondering how to go about dislodging someone who has hypnotized me without my consent. I still hear their voice in my head long after waking up. Is this a mind over matter thing? As in, I can not hear them if I believe I can?


Ross B


Holli Currie
Holli Currie
Re: Hypnotized without consent
Mar 18th, 2023 18:27

All hypnosis is self hypnosis, you need to participate so it’s not possible to go into hypnosis involuntarily. It’s possible that this person said something to you


Re: Hypnotized without consent
Mar 19th, 2023 06:38

You could use thought stopping techniques whereby as soon as you become aware of their voice in your head, you immediately think the word 'stop' and replace it with something more acceptable to you. There is an audio session for dealing with unwanted thoughts at https://www.hypnoticworld.com/downloads/habits-disorders/stop-unwanted-thoughts


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