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'''Headspace''' is a term primarily found in the BDSM Community to refer to a [[Hypnosis|hypnotic]] trance-state in which the individual enters a mental "space" where for all purposes, he has become his [[mindform]], projected onto him via [[Imposition]]. This is much more intense than a simple form of transformation, for as far as the person in headspace is concerned, this has always been his true self, and there is no other truth. This belief only lasts for the duration of being in headspace. For example, an individual whom is a "Pup Player" may enter a Headspace during a sexual (or non-sexual) activity and for the entire duration he is his mindform -- in this case, a "Rubberpup". He considers himself to have always been his mindform, and he cares for nothing other than his mindform.
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'''Headspace''' is a term primarily found in the BDSM Community to refer to a [[Hypnosis|hypnotic]] trance-state in which the individual enters a mental "space" where for all purposes, he has become his [[mindform]], projected onto him via [[Imposition]]. This is more intense than a simple form of transformation, for as far as the person in headspace, this has always been true, and there is no other truth. For example, an individual whom is a "Pup Player" may enter a Headspace during a sexual (or non-sexual) activity, and for the entire duration he is his mindform (in this case, a "Rubberpup", he has always been his mindform, and he cares for nothing other than his mindform.
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