The first thing I want to say today is that I’m incredibly grateful to each and every person that has been enjoying the weird ramblings of my imagination thus far. I know I’ve written it before but I don’t mind doing it again because it’s true.
Today’s piece is a strange mix of self-referential humor but it’s also an invitation to exploration. There are many wonderful authors out there in the world of mind-control erotica. If you became aware of the genre through the random things I add to this site every day, please consider broadening the scope by digging deeper into other works by other people, and having fun with the myriad of possibilities that will come alive within your mind. Take care and until tomorrow.
Reading hypnotic stories is dangerous. The more you read them, the more hypnotized you become. I don’t have that problem, obviously. Writing hypnotic stories doesn’t make me go under. Thinking about spirals glimmering in her eyes doesn’t make me go “Yes, Mistress” because… hmmm… what was I typing? Ah yes, don’t read hypnotic stories now!
It’s been two months since this site went live so I just wanted to thank everyone that visited it in the meantime. If you got any enjoyment out of the strange things contained in it, I’m pleased. Have a good day.
Time is a funny thing, isn’t it? I opened this site to the general public on February 18th on my part of the world and it’s March 18th already. I had to do something to evoke the fact, but I wrapped it in a little exercise about perception and a bit of mind control fun. Thank you to everyone that has dropped by this little corner of the Internet in the last month and I hope you can continue enjoying these fantasy escapades as well as everything else that’s in the making. We’ll be here all year, at least. Have a good weekend.
“It’s been a month already?”
“Yeah, feels like a year though.”
“Funny how time goes by…”
“You’re right. Thank God it’s Friday.”
“It’s Saturday, Fred.”
“It was Friday a second ago.”
“Are you sure?” Laura continued swinging her pocket watch.
And to think they had only known each other for five minutes.
Today’s entry is a present for my friend Steph on account of her birthday, given robotization is a thing of hers. If you haven’t done so already, feel free to check out her blog, here. Happy Birthday, dear, and thank you for everything throughout the years.
“God, I’m so tired.”
“Excruciating. Look, whatever plans you made for my birthday, please postpone them, okay?”
“You don’t really want that, dear.”
“Yes, I do, Jane, so please…”
“No, you don’t. Activate ST3PH Protocol!”
Arms whirred, legs stiffened, and an oil change became in order… or should I just say ‘an order’?
In my previous post, I mentioned how I’m trying to express my gratitude more often. Gratitude itself can be a source of inspiration. Quotes I stumble upon often do the trick as well. Take the one below, for instance.
Negative thoughts breed negative thoughts and make it hard to pay attention to the good things in life. Often, mind control stories carry within them a bit of “negativity” as well, especially when they involve things like enslavement, dehumanization and whatnot but one can also approach this universe from an angle of gratitude and sheer bliss, a gateway to the deliverance of minds and release of the fears that haunt them. Loving control is also control. I wrote the piece below to convey just that. Enjoy.
Will You Follow?
Dylan exhaled happily as her words filled every recess of his mind. Sometimes it was so hard to keep going but, knowing she was there, lulling his weary ramblings with patience, gratitude and love made all the difference.
“And now the gates are open…” Maya whispered. “Will you follow?”
She didn’t have to ask twice.
It’s a new month but, as I recover from my sudden illness, it almost feels like a whole new year, really. I don’t recall a Winter where I ended up sick so often, and I hope I don’t have to go through it again anytime soon. However, this post is hardly about that, but rather about something I don’t say or type as often as I should. Two simple words I really need to incorporate in my vocabulary more. I already typed them in the title but I’ll do so again now. Thank you.
Yes, thank you. For various reasons impossible to number, I’m not very good at expressing my gratitude, and that’s something I’ve been working on for a while now. Allow me to do that by thanking everyone that has dropped by this humble site/blog since I opened it to the public. Thank you for taking a look at some of the fruits of my overactive imagination. Thank you if you’ve enjoyed them, and thank you even if you didn’t. I’m grateful for having the opportunity to share them.
I’m also grateful whenever new ideas come to me by interacting with others so if you ever wish to add your own thoughts to mine, feel free to send me suggestions for the challenges I’m running. You’re all invited to share random thoughts, ideas, pictures that fit the overall themes I work with around here. Should I create something based upon your suggestions, you’ll be given full credit for the inspiration, because that’s how things are meant to be. Thank you in advance for the consideration, and let’s continue to have fun, shall we?