The common Myths and Fears that a hypnotist may have to overcome before Hypnosis can be successfully used in slave training. Hypnosis depends greatly on the trust between the hypnotist and the hypnotized slave girl:
1) Myth of the weak mind: It’s believed by many that only weak minded or gullible people can be hypnotized. Actually, quite the opposite is true. People that have an above average intelligence or an active vivid imagination make the best subjects.
2) Myth that you can reveal some secrets that you don’t want anyone to know: You will NOT reveal any information you don’t want to. You are aware of what is going on around you and what is being said to you. Your awareness is actually greater in hypnosis than when you are awake; it is your body that is relaxed not the mind. Because of this awareness, you are in control of what you reveal to the hypnotist.
3) Fear of looking foolish or being made to act foolish: This myth comes from hypnotism stage shows. The people who volunteer are generally uninhibited, fun loving people, ready to put on a show. The hypnotist knows whom to look for to enhance his performance.
4) Fear of loss of control: You don’t lose control in hypnosis: A hypnotized subject is always in full control and aware of what is going on around them. Any suggestion a person hears from the hypnotist they feel will harm them is rejected.
5) Fear of not reaching the right state of hypnosis: Most people expect to reach a state of unconsciousness or sleep, which is NOT true. They expect something mysterious to happen instead of natural feelings. In most cases, you should feel completely relaxed and aware of what is going on.
6) The fear of not waking up: There is NO known case of a person that never wakes up from hypnosis. In fact, you are not asleep or unconscious; therefore, there is no danger of not waking up