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koboldly

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  1. What Games Are You Playing Now?

    I also picked up XCOM 2 during the summer sale, it's certainly difficult. I've mostly just been playing tabletop games with my friends, though, with a little bit of DOTA 2 on the side.
  2. Favorite TF/Furry artist?

    When I read the question, my first thought was Kuma as well. His stuff is great
  3. Therians?????

    For me, anthropomorphism is more of a cool alternative I entertain, rather than something I feel is core to my identity. Therians are really interesting, however, because it feels like (to me at least) a creative intersection between spirituality and self-identity. If it works for you, more power to you.
  4. Some Worries

    Your fear in unprovoked transformation, or TF in inappropriate circumstances is certainly valid, but I think it can be overcome. It depends on the specifics of your ritual, however. Do you gravitate towards feral or anthro transformations? How much does your behavior change when you're under its effects? Your preference with this is a part of your personality more than anything else, and unless it involves something particularly taboo, you shouldn't be too concerned about experiencing yourself as it in public. If there's an external sign of transformation (barking, all-fours, etc.), then it's still definitely possible to makes adjustments to your transformation for public spaces, constructing a situation where you transform into a version of yourself that is still socially acceptable, but maintains many of the desired features of your transformation and self-identity. This can be achieved by tailoring whatever scripts you're using or by experimenting with self-hypnosis techniques. Good luck!
  5. Using hypnosis to remove bad dreams

    Hypnosis and dreaming (lucid or otherwise) are two different entries into the world of the subconscious. If you're having recurring nightmares, using hypnosis to change the subject or focus of your dreams probably won't do very much. If I were you, I would keep track of the emotional beats of your dreams and try to investigate why these things are scary for you, or what pressures are causing you to return to them. You can certainly use hypnotherapy to address many of these things (fear of loneliness, frustration/fear of people in your life, etc.), but standard therapy or some form of professional counseling are most likely your best bet. Even though you've "forgotten" about a lot of what brings these emotions to light, in that you avoid thinking about them or repress feelings towards them, your subconscious certainly has not. I don't know your specific situation, and I'm not a professional, but it sounds like you need an honest and non-confrontational environment to untangle and reconcile some of the things you're feeling, and that using hypnosis to extract or suppress these dreams doesn't really solve your problems as much as it prevents a symptom of them. Good luck to you, whatever you decide!
  6. Sly cooper movie

    It hasn't started production yet, and I'm not sure it will given what happened with Ratchet. Unfortunately, it's unlikely that the film will be able to find or maintain investors, and if it does, I'm not even sure how well it'll do.
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