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Is Hypnotizing My Friend Dangerous?


It started off at school and my friend was telling me that she had a bad spirit following her, and that she was scared of it. I wondered if I could hypnotize her and see if I could help her. (I have a skill to hypnotize) But when I finished she was shaking and crying really bad. Now, I will get to the bad part, (plz don't get angry) I tried talking to it- the bad spirit-. After this she was petrified. I felt really REALLY bad and had heaps of regret. She then told me it was fine.

Then a couple of weeks later, she told me that bad spirit had gone and that she safe. I was so happy. About a week later I tried to hypnotize my other friend, and so I went away so my friend didn't know where I would be. When I started my friends immediately ran to me, trying to find me in school. They then found me and told me to stop immediately because my friend (The one who originally had the bad spirit) had started shaking and crying. The creepy thing was that

My friend didn't know when I doing the hypnotizing. I then immediately thought "Could there be a link between me and my friend?"

I really don't want to hypnotize anyone again because even if I start my friend gets the tremors and cries.

Also most people who I hypnotize see's faces and stuff.

P.S if it helps, I am an Empath and I like to help my friends.

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Lawliet_love (1 stories) (2 posts)
11 years ago (2010-09-09)
thank you for your comments, everyone was helpful and I have decided I won't do it anymore. =3
Rain (4 stories) (191 posts)
11 years ago (2010-09-08)
That's a great way of putting it Iunderstand. It is not only extremely dangerous, but extremely violating.

What you are doing is opening their mind in such a way that it is completely vurnerable and manipulatable.
This can allow someone to help people, especially people with troubling memories, but the dangers far outway the benefits.

I'd rather have my mind intact and have horrible memories than risk becomeing someone else.
Iunderstand (3 stories) (153 posts)
11 years ago (2010-09-08)
Imagine surfing the internet without a firewall or virus protection. That's what hypnosis is.
Lili (111 posts)
11 years ago (2010-09-08)
Yeah, I agree with Rashidah and Iunderstand. Hypnosis can be dangerous, and most of the time is.

Iunderstand (3 stories) (153 posts)
11 years ago (2010-09-08)
I completely agree with Rashidah. Stay away from hypnotism. You have no clue what you are messing with.
Rashidah (guest)
11 years ago (2010-09-08)
I would NOT recommend hypnosis to anyone.

During states of hypnosis, the person who is doing it can put suggestive thoughts into the person being hynotize.

This can cause the person to actually believe that those thoughts are real. 😐

It is also a very vulnerable state; which can be dangerous according to who is doing the exercise.

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