Early Bird Sneak Peeks: “Valentine’s Treatment” and “Quiet Your Mind”!

Hi all! It’s time for another Early Bird Sneak Peek, where I share a glimpse at the story my lucky Early Bird patrons will be enjoying next Saturday thanks to their pledges at my Patreon page! Of course, if you’re not an Early Bird patron, you’ll still get a story next week–“Z-Word”, previously teased as an Early Bird Reward story, has already been submitted to the EMCSA (although due to Simon’s well-deserved vacation it will be popping up only on Literotica this week). But the Early Bird patrons will be getting “Valentine’s Treatment” (MC MM) and “Quiet Your Mind” (MC)!

“Valentine’s Treatment”: Michael Valentine has been kidnapped… or so he believes. Michael Valentine is being brainwashed. Or so he thinks. Michael Valentine is the victim of gaslighting from his tormentors… but that’s not what they’re telling him. He knows he’s right… doesn’t he? Here’s a taste.

He’s startled out of his realization by their hands, yanking down the cotton pants he only just now notices he was wearing. Pajama pants. He doesn’t remember going to sleep. He starts to speak again, but one of the men blasts him with a spray of warm water from a hose on the wall, and he grips the railing tightly in surprise. He notices a plastic bracelet on his wrist. It has a barcode on it that looks like every other barcode he’s ever seen.

He feels like he’s trying to solve a puzzle without enough pieces and without enough sleep. His thoughts seem sluggish, like he’s been running for days on nothing but black coffee and his brain is all gummed up. He doesn’t know if there’s a way any of this could make sense, but the strung-out feeling makes it impossible to work out what’s going on. One of the men begins scrubbing him with a sponge on the end of a stick, working up a thick and soapy lather all over his body. Every time he tries to cover himself or push it away, they spray him with more warm water. After a while, he forces himself to concentrate on staying upright.

“Quiet Your Mind”: Another of my hypnotic induction pieces, this one focuses on suggestions to increase suggestibility, help with absorbing triggers and amnesia suggestions, and submit more easily and effectively to the hypnotist reading it. If you do not feel comfortable with those suggestions and are concerned about them taking effect without your conscious intention for them to do so, I would recommend skipping this one. But if you’re not not concerned about them taking effect, here’s a look at the induction:

“You know what that special place is. It’s trance. Trance is nothing more than a state of focus and relaxation, and you’re very focused right now and you’re very relaxed. My words have put you into a light trance, and it’s okay if you wind up going deeper. You know that you can go exactly as deep as you need to in order to continue doing whatever you were doing when you started listening to me, while still letting my actual voice simply become a warm and soothing background noise that your conscious mind can easily tune out. You like the sound of my voice, it makes you happy and content, and so really it doesn’t matter what I’m saying. Your deep self will remember, while your waking mind forgets.

“And every time you listen to me, that becomes easier. You have such a talented, focused mind, and you know that there’s nothing you can’t achieve once you put all the strength of your will behind it. And right now, your will is turned toward centering all your thoughts on your focus. Your will is turned toward improving your skill at forgetting to remember, and remembering to forget. So of course you’re going to let these words slip away. Of course they’re going to seem distant and unimportant to you. Of course you’re going to remember only the sound of my voice, only the peace and pleasure that you got from tuning out my words and letting your deep self do all the remembering. That’s exactly what a very good pet should do right now.

I hope you enjoy them!

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