Neil the Erotic Hypnotist

FAQ

Updated January, 2017

I’m offering the chance to experience erotic sensations and to live out sexual fantasies through hypnosis. Additionally, being hypnotized is as relaxing as any massage (if not more so). I can also help you quit smoking, stick to a workout and diet regimen and get over psychological traumas using hypnosis. Check out the Sessions page for more details.
No, I only do hypnosis. I advertise on massage sites because there are no forums for people looking for erotic hypnotists at the moment.
Anything you’re able to imagine. I’ve gotten guys to feel multiple orgasms, feel as though they’re being fucked or sucked, and much more. I can also increase the intensity of regular erotic sensations (more sensitive nipples, increased horniness, more powerful orgasms, etc.). Check out the Sessions page for more examples.
Again, anything you’re able to imagine. I’ve had guys believe they’re robots, strippers, dumb jocks, superheroes and more. For some guys, the ultimate fantasy is to be controlled using hypnosis, and I’m more than happy to oblige.
No. That’s not what it’s about. The erotic hypnosis I’m offering is about you getting to explore new erotic realms. If you want to pay someone for sex, there are plenty of guys who’d be happy to oblige. With that said, some physical contact between us during the session can happen.
That’s up to you and something we will discuss before we begin. In any case, you won’t be naked to start off with.
Yes. Everyone experiences hypnosis differently, but most people tend to have fuzzy memories of their time under. However, I do all the fun stuff while you’re awake using post-hypnotic suggestions (also known as “triggers”). These are suggestions that are given while you’re under but take effect only when you wake up, usually as a result of an action on my part. An example of that would be you feeling an orgasm every time I say a particular word.
Triggers don’t last long, typically only a day or two without being used or reinforced. In any case, I make sure to link all the triggers to me, so no one can inadvertently activate them, and will deactivate more general triggers at the end of the session.
I’m a trained hypnotist with over 16 years of experience in erotic and therapeutic hypnosis.
We all have two parts to our minds: the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. The conscious mind is the analytical and logical part of the mind. It’s responsible for things like critical thinking and has that inner monologue we all have going. The subconscious is responsible for everything else: our emotions, our creative side, our instincts and our habits. It also controls all our autonomic functions (heart beat, immune system, etc.).

The subconscious has a quirk: it’s what we call “suggestible”. That means it readily accepts suggestions from people it trusts. It also means that it can’t tell the difference between getting input from the senses and getting verbal input. So when your subconscious is given a suggestion to feel a particular sensation, you will actually feel that sensation. Suggestions can be much more complex than simple sensations, of course. In normal day-to-day life, however, the conscious mind won’t let suggestions get to the subconscious due to the afore-mentioned critical thinking part.

Hypnosis is a natural state of the mind in which the conscious mind retreats into the background and the subconscious takes over. This opens you up to accepting suggestions and experiencing anything your subconscious is able to imagine.
No! Hypnosis is totally safe. You cannot be made to do anything you totally don’t want to do or anything you perceive as dangerous
Being hypnotized is always very relaxing. A light hypnotic trance doesn’t feel like anything in particular. In fact, we all go into that state several times a day (daydreaming and zoning out are good examples), so we’re used to it. A deeper trance can feel like falling asleep or that moment in between sleep and waking up. Everyone experiences hypnosis differently, but it’s always a very pleasant sensation.
Nearly everyone can be hypnotized if they allow themselves to be. The notable exceptions are the mentally disabled and those with severe ADHD. However, not everyone can be hypnotized at any given moment. You can’t be hypnotized if you’re under the influence of alcohol or most recreational drugs. Some medication (mainly anti-depressants and the like) can also prevent you from going under deeply. Barring those issues, most people go under deeply on the first session. A small percentage of people require two or three sessions to get to that state.
If you’re unable to experience anything during the session, you get half your money back.
Most of our psychological issues (and a surprising number of seemingly-physical issues) are deeply rooted in the subconscious. Since hypnosis allows almost unfettered access to the subconscious, it’s an ideal tool for dealing with many issues. Habits are also rooted in the subconscious, and they can be broken or created with hypnosis.

The important thing to note is that to make any permanent change will require regular sessions for 3-4 weeks. You also need to really want to change, not just feel you need to.

See the Sessions page for examples of issues that can be dealt with using hypnosis.
A first session usually takes between two to three hours. The first part of the session will just be for us to talk. I'll explain hypnosis in more detail and you'll tell me about what you want to experience or what issues you want to deal with. It can take a while for first-timers to learn to go under, so two hours is the minimum for a first session. Hypnosis can't be rushed!

Subsequent sessions are often shorter, since the more you do hypnosis, the less time it takes for you to go under.
There’s not much you need to do to prepare. Just make sure not to drink any alcohol in the 4-5 hours before the session, and avoid recreational drugs for a day or two before. It's also a good idea not to have too much caffeine just before the session (being “wired” will not help you relax). And wearing comfortable (and not too tight) clothes will help you relax better too.
I can host at my place in Chelsea, just off the 1 and C/E subway lines, and a short walk from the F/M and N/R lines. Alternatively, we can meet at your place (or somewhere else, such as a hotel room) if it's within half an hour or so by public transit from my place. Traveling farther out (in NYC or elsewhere) is possible, but then we’ll have to discuss additional compensation for travel expenses and my time.
Of course! I take the hypnotist/client relationship very seriously. Confidentiality and discretion are assured.
My rates are listed on the Sessions page.
Tipping is definitely not required, but is certainly welcome.
I'm not a morning person, so the earliest I will start a session is 1pm. I would prefer the session end before midnight, but later is possible too on some nights.
Booking a session at least a day in advance is best. However, a two hour notice can sometimes work for an evening sessions. Sessions earlier in the day always require booking in advance.
No. I will not do online/phone sessions as a first session; I just don't believe I can achieve the same level of results online or over then phone that I can in person. However, I am willing to do online (Skype) sessions with clients I've already worked with in person to reinforce suggestions.
No. I have not found pre-recorded sessions to be particularly effective.
Probably not. There are very few hypnotists who do what I do professionally, and I only know one of them (he's in Boston).
I love traveling, and do so as often as I can. When I travel, I usually see clients.

Cities I visit almost every year: Washington, DC, San Francisco, and Chicago.

Cities I visit regularly, but not every year: Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Atlanta, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Key West, Seattle, and Toronto.

If you'd like me to visit your city, and are willing to pay for my travel expenses, accommodation, and time, contact me.
All the information on how to contact me is on the Contact page.


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