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#1693026 - 11/12/17 03:43 PM Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element
roymunson Offline

Registered: 10/16/09
Posts: 501
We have all been to concerts and a great light show can make a big difference in the experience. I once went to a dungeon overseas where they had a very sophisticated lighting system that was in coordination with the music. They emphasized alot of synth pop from the 80s...I remember "Personal Jesus" from Depeche Mode playing.

I felt like I was in a music video and it was an amazing experience...I wouldn't want all my experiences like this but it was definitely unlike anything I had ever experienced.

The manager of the studio said to me afterwards that they try to utilize each of the body senses, sight, sound, smell, touch, etc as it elevates the experience.

#1693036 - 11/12/17 07:20 PM Re: Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element [Re: roymunson]
Vegasred Offline

Registered: 04/01/07
Posts: 13246
Sure , but let's not forget , sometimes all you need is a 100 watt old fashioned light bulb to create the scene.

Smells are interesting triggers.

Cheers ...
"When we do not understand death .. life is very confusing." Ajahn Chah

#1693070 - 11/13/17 03:20 PM Re: Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element [Re: roymunson]
GoddessLilith Offline

Registered: 08/31/09
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Loc: Boston/Providence - will trave...
wow! That is super awesome.
I agree lighting is very important to set the mood. I've got red light to decorate the entire room and light unscented candles to create the mood I'm looking for smile
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#1693097 - 11/13/17 07:14 PM Re: Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element [Re: roymunson]
Komodo Offline

Registered: 03/16/14
Posts: 256
Lighting and sound are very important and not only for the mood. If you are trying to record a session they are crucial. I had recorded sessions ruined by the poor lighting.

And in one of the best sessions I ever had, the sound of the AC was so loud that it was the only thing you could hear. I had to get software to subtract the noise.

#1693119 - 11/13/17 11:33 PM Re: Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element [Re: GoddessLilith]
awillingstudent Offline

Registered: 07/14/02
Posts: 1254
Loc: Boston, MA
Hopefully the melted wax doesn't go to waste.
What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us.

#1693126 - 11/14/17 12:43 AM Re: Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element [Re: roymunson]
Mistress Maya Offline

Registered: 08/02/02
Posts: 2276
Loc: Chicago & Outcall everywhere
The majority of the lights in My dungeon are Phillips hue. So, I can change them to whatever color suits the mood. The app "disco hue" is what you use to sync your colors with sound. That can be fun for more or a mind fuck scene or for more of a party mode. The Dexter room in My dungeon is all blacklight lit & I use uv ropes & reactive implements. Lighting is hugely important. Though I do agree, candlelit is simple, effective and sometimes best.

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#1693386 - 11/17/17 02:00 AM Re: Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element [Re: roymunson]
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Registered: 06/19/14
Posts: 60
Loc: Los Angeles, Boston, NYC, San ...
Much agreed - lighting, music/sounds, and even smells are paramount in a session. I try to engage all the senses - with taste, of course, being the one sense I cant engage in each session due to a client's preferences. But given that 80% of My sessions involve some element of foot worship, taste is often a part of it, too.

#1693585 - Yesterday at 02:00 AM Re: Lighting...An Underappreciated Session Element [Re: PrincessMarx]
Princess Fawn Offline

Registered: 02/15/15
Posts: 44
Loc: CA
I think lighting/music are the most important in My hypnosis sessions, to set a disorienting, trance-like state. I use low, changing colored lights, candles, and sound with subliminal triggers, ambient textures, and biaural beats.


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