Samsung reveals bizarre ‘unspoil me’ hypnotherapy site it claims can make you forget TV shows so you can watch them again

Samsung reveals bizarre ‘unspoil me’ hypnotherapy site it claims can make you forget TV shows so you can watch them again

  • Samsung has unveiled Unspoil Me, a new 23-minute hypnotherapy session 
  • The firm claims the hypnosis can cause you to forget your favourite TV shows
  • This, it says, will allow you to re-watch your favourite as if it were the first time

Samsung has unveiled a bizarre new hypnosis experience that it claims will help you forget your favourite TV series – so you can re-watch it as though it ‘were the first time.’

The firm’s Swedish site is offering a 23-minute online hypnotherapy tool dubbed Unspoil Me, which walks the viewer through a soothing audio session as swirling patterns play on the screen.

The unusual marketing ploy is designed around Samsung’s QLED TV; while the hypnosis will work with other devices, the firm recommends re-watching your shows on the QLED TV for an ‘amazing binge-watching experience.’

Scroll down to try Samsung’s ‘hypnosis’ experience 

The firm’s Swedish site is offering a 23-minute online hypnotherapy tool dubbed Unspoil Me , which walks the viewer through a soothing audio session as swirling patterns play on the screen

 

The firm’s Swedish site is offering a 23-minute online hypnotherapy tool dubbed Unspoil Me , which walks the viewer through a soothing audio session as swirling patterns play on the screen

HOW TO TRY IT 

To try out Samsung’s bizarre new ‘hypnosis’ too, click here.

For Samsung’s ‘Unspoil Me’ tool, the firm recommends being in an area where you won’t be interrupted, and can put all your focus on the hypnotherapy.

This means you’ll need headphones, and a tranquil environment.

Before beginning, interested participants must indicate that they are over the age of 18 and are ‘mentally healthy,’ in addition to approving the terms and conditions.

Dailymail.com tried out the 23-minute hypnosis experience, and found it did create strong mental visuals and feelings of relaxation.

Given the listening environment, however (a bustling newsroom is not the ideal setting for hypnosis), it’s unclear if the service truly worked to ‘erase’ memories of a TV show. 

Unspoil Me, spotted by a Reddit user who alerted CNET, incorporates the expertise of certified hypnotists Ulf Sandström and Fredrik Praesto.

Before beginning, interested participants must indicate that they are over the age of 18 and are ‘mentally healthy,’ in addition to approving the terms and conditions.

The video begins by asking the listener to think of the show they’d like to forget.

Then, it walks you through 23 minutes of hypnotherapy.

A soothing male voice coaxes the listener into a relaxed state, talking through stories of nature and counting down to reach a ‘deeper place.’

It also asks the listener to envision a staircase to descend to this place, along with a ruler-style timeline upon which you can jump back and forward in time.

Eventually, the speaker asks the listener to imagine the place where they started watching that favourite series, and instructs you to jump to a spot before this happened.

Then, it tells you to look into the future – and zoom there as though you’d never watched that show.

According to Samsung, the hypnosis should essentially erase that show from your mind, making it seem ‘fuzzy.’

‘For the best possible effect you should get one night’s sleep before you watch your favourite TV series for the first time again,’ the firm explains.

 

Before beginning, interested participants must indicate that they are over the age of 18 and are ‘mentally healthy,’ in addition to approving the terms and conditions. The firm recommends listening with headphones, in a tranquil environment free of distractions 

The hypnosis experience isn’t just a one-time thing.

Samsung says you can repeat the session multiple times, to forget numerous shows or movies.

It doesn’t work for everyone – but, to optimize the chances of successfully being hypnotized, Samsung recommends being in an area where you won’t be interrupted, and can put all your focus on the hypnotherapy.

This means you’ll need headphones, and a tranquil environment.

According to the firm, it could help viewers appreciate their favourite series as new again.

The unusual marketing ploy is designed around Samsung’s QLED TV; while the hypnosis will work with other devices, the firm recommends re-watching your shows on the QLED TV for an ‘amazing binge-watching experience’

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