30 Days of Hypnosis: Day 19

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever experienced in trance as a subject or strangest thing a subject has requested to experience?

Since I have only hyp­no­tized peo­ple in train­ing sit­u­a­tions, where the focus was on the induc­tions, the lat­ter part of the ques­tion has nev­er arisen.

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever experienced in trance as a subject?

I wrote ear­li­er (Day 1) about the fugue state I expe­ri­enced when I was hyp­no­tized for the sec­ond time.

At one point ear­li­er this year, I was in a game of “Truth or Dare” and asked to relate a sto­ry of a mem­o­rable expe­ri­ence under hyp­no­sis, as the oth­er peo­ple were aware of my inter­est in the sub­ject, with the pro­vi­so that I might expe­ri­ence it again. I pro­ceed­ed to tell it, giv­ing the full back­ground, up until the time I start­ed explain­ing how it felt to be in that state.

And that’s when I went into that same fugue state. (At least, it felt like the same fugue state.)

I remained there for sev­er­al sec­onds as the peo­ple around me final­ly decid­ed that I was­n’t just paus­ing for effect or try­ing to find the right words and was real­ly re-expe­ri­enc­ing that I was describ­ing. I did­n’t real­ly expect that would hap­pen but it cer­tain­ly did.

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