I, PUA

The Journey of a couple of budding Pick Up Artists

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Contradiction and resolution


From experience, and in many readings of the community, it is congruent that you need to get attraction early. However, in the Art of Seduction, Robert Greene repeatedly emphasised the importance to take your time during seduction. The longer you do it, the more time you take, the better it is.

This is at first confusing because we know that taking time will only make things more difficult. You cannot pussyfoot around, you have to capture the windows of opportunities. We also know that the more a person knows you, hte more difficult it is to hypnotise them.

Now, my way of explaining this is that you need to attract them early. The longer you take the more difficult to get the attraction going. But once you've established the attraction, the longer you take, the STRONGER you bind your spell on them.

I dont know if this is true or not. I need to explore this a bit more. This is very important because these are different approaches (long term vs short term seduction).

3 Comments:

  • At 1:58 AM, Blogger Jimmy Foxx said…

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  • At 2:00 AM, Blogger Jimmy Foxx said…

    Again, it's all about composure. We know all too well that in order to amplify attraction, it has to be there in the first place. So, if attraction is there, then you have to take your time, be cool, don't rush, and remain positive. The attraction should amplify.

    We must remember that the attraction can be completely wiped away to NO ATTRACTION AT ALL and the best way to do that is with wussy, defensive behaviour. Being a "Reactor" in Robert Greene's 8 Anti-Seductive personality types is one of the best ways to KILL OFF a woman's attraction. You gotta remain cool, and not come across as a guy that just HAS TO HAVE that chick otherwise the world will end. Not cool.

    In other words, if she doesn't return a phone call or a text message, WHO GIVES A FUCK.

     
  • At 2:19 AM, Blogger Mimesis said…

    This is one area that I am struggling to come to terms with. That is, you have to be cool, but you also have to be emotional.

    The emotional part make you real, make you human, not coy or robotic. Being weak, being overwhelmed by situations can be a powerful force to influence others too!

    So, you have to be emotiona, reaction, but NOT too reactive. -- I don't get it, its a bit of a dark art.

     

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