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Nekokawa Hypnosis
Hypnosis and self-hypnosis induction music


Nekokawa Hypnosis helps you to reach a hypnotic trance when you use the senses saturation induction,
also known as the Betty Erickson technique, and derivate methods.

Disclaimer: The music of Nekokawa Hypnosis should never be used while driving vehicles, using machines nor doing any work needing concentration, and that puts anyone at risk. Moreover, to use it appropriately in hypnosis and self-hypnosis, you should know how and why you get into trance. Ask a hypnotherapist, psychologist or your family doctor if you're not sure. And in case of shamanic use, only refer to a qualified shaman to guide you.

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Nekokawa Hypnosis Nekokawa Hypnosis II Cardiac Coherence
Sonic Saturation Induction
92 bpm

22:05
Download it for €2.99

Power Trance Induction
220 bpm (incl. shamanic-inspired drum*)

54:52 (full) / 20:58 (quick version)
Download it for €2.99
new! Cardiac Coherence In C Minor
60 bpm
05:14
* In case of shamanic use, only refer to a qualified shaman to guide you.
A Glass Of Nekokawa
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How does it work?
The piece from Nekokawa Hypnosis are designed for sensory saturation induction, better known as The Betty Erickson Method.

It works by saturating at least three of your five senses at the same time: visual, auditory and kinaesthetic. This is a powerful method about which plenty of information can be found in books or amongst professional hypnotists.

The only problem with the Betty Erickson method is that, while it's rather easy to find enough elements to saturate your visual and kinaesthetic senses, being in a quiet environment or simply disturbed by noises that are not rich or continuous enough to saturate your auditory senses might affect the quality of your trance.

Inspired by shamanic and tribal beats, “Sonic Saturation Induction” and "Power Trance Induction" are based on percussive and repetitive notes that are spread in space in an unpredictable yet strict sequence, in order to confuse your auditory senses and contributes to the saturation of your conscious mind. Important: to live your experience to the fullest, listen with HQ headphones or stay between stereo loudspeakers.

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Try Nekokawa Hypnosis before buying


Nekokawa Hypnosis' music features neither countdown nor spoken voice; these are pure self-hypnosis pieces.

Sonic Saturation Induction” starts progressively during almost 6 minutes to get you into the trance, stays as its peaks for the next 14 minutes, and ends little-by-little at 20 minutes, which is the recommended time for a self-hypnosis session.
You’ll notice the sound getting clearer with the progressive withdrawal of the percussion and instruments, which allows ending the trance.
At 22:05, the session is over. (Note: you can end it earlier if you need to or feel like.)

"Power Trance Induction" starts with a soothing tone, before getting into the trance. The ending is still made of hypnotic loops, but the transition breaks the pattern and you gradually come back from the trance.

All along the trance you’ll stay fully in control of yourself, as for any hypnotic trance you’re already lived. If you never did self-hypnosis, you may need several listens before getting into an actual trance. It is always better to discover hypnosis with a professional hypnotist first, though not mandatory.

The new piece "Cardriac Coherence In C Minor" is a typical cardiac coherence breathing exercise. Atfer 5 seconds countdown, you simply breathe in during the 5 ascending notes, then breathe out during the next 5 descending. And so on. It makes 6 breaths / minute for 5 minutes. The benefits of cardiac coherence breathing are explained in this interesting site: https://www.mydodow.com/blog/en/article/cardiac-coherence

Then you have "A Glass Of Nekokawa", from the Nekokawa project, released in 2002. Though that one wasn't exactly created as anything else than a piece of music (a tribute to composer Philip Glass, in a way), its hypnotic effects have been proven efficient and it was worth the mention here, as a bonus.

*Disclaimer:  The music of Nekokawa Hypnosis should never be used while driving vehicles, using machines nor doing any work needing concentration, and that puts anyone at risk. Moreover, to use it appropriately in hypnosis and self-hypnosis, you should know how and why you get into trance. Ask a hypnotherapist if you're not sure. And in case of shamanic use, only refer to a qualified shaman to guide you.

*Contraindications are those of hypnosis. Ask your hypnotherapist, shaman or doctor for details.  Do not use it, nor the visuals, if you have a history of epilepsy.

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Credits

Cardiac Coherence In C Minor
Music performed and conceived by Gilles Snowcat.
Artwork by Gilles Snowcat.
© 09/2019 
"Power Trance Induction"
Music performed and conceived by Gilles Snowcat.
Artwork by Gilles Snowcat.
© 01/2019 
Sonic Saturation Induction
Music performed and conceived by Gilles Snowcat.
Artwork by Giang Nguyễn and Gilles Snowcat.
© 09/2018 
"A Glass Of Nekokawa"
Music performed and conceived by Gilles Snowcat.
Artwork by Gilles Snowcat.
© 2002


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Q&A

Should I absolutely listen to Nekokawa Hypnosis in HQ ?

Although the drum beat istelf can already provide help to get into trance, only the HQ can allow you to hear (consciouly or not) the many details that contribute to the quality of the saturation, therefore the induction.

Is stereo mandatory?

If you're highly suggestible, mono can work, but to get the full benefits of Nekokawa Hypnosis, you'd better get a good pair of headphones, or sit between two loudspeakers, one on your right, one on your left.

Do the left and right channels matter for the quality of the transe?

No, unlike some self-hypnosis audios, this one doesn't need to be assigned to left or right specifically.

Can I hypnotise someone using Nekokawa Hypnosis?

It can enhance the induction you provide your patient, though the audio itself alone won't be enough.

Can I use Nekokawa Hypnosis and record my voice over?

Yes, for your private use, you can. The music will most likely enhance the power of your voice recording. However, you can't make any public use of it since "Sonic Saturation Induction" and "Power Trance Induction" are copyrighted.

Can I ask you for permission to sell my new version of Nekokawa Hypnosis with a voice-over?

Whether you have or not my permission won't change anything, since the copyright of "Sonic Saturation Induction" is managed by the SABAM, Belgian performing rights society. Contact them for any request about using "Sonic Saturation Induction" and "Power Trance Induction".


Can I use Nekokawa Hypnosis for other purposes, like relaxation or massage?

With an open mind, you can use Nekokawa Hypnosis for several purposes, even though the structure of "Sonic Saturation Induction" makes it specially designed for self-hypnosis induction and trance. You'll find great massage music from Nekokawa Massage.

Any other question? Mail the composer.

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Some useful links

In English:En français:
Hypnosis Training AcademyHypnosia
Skills You NeedEvelyne Josse
Self-hypnosis on WikiHowMuriel Fuks
Self-hypnosis on WikpediaTranse - Hypnose
Hypnosis DownloadsHypno 180°
Self-hypnosis Made EZA.R.C.H.E
Self Hypnosis For Talent by John KalinowskiSuper Pouvoirs Pour Tous
SynthBeat analyses Nekokawa HypnosisGoodie Mood
Virginie Lobet
HCTB (Hypnose, Coaching & Thérapie Brève)

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