Friday, October 26, 2012

SEDUCTION PROCESS ONE- Choose the Right Victim

In a seduction process, everything depends on the target of your seduction. You have to study your prey thoroughly, and choose only those who will prove susceptible to your charms. The right victims are those for whom you can fill a void, who see in you something exotic. They are often isolated or at least somewhat unhappy (perhaps because of recent adverse circumstances), or can easily be made so "for the completely contented person is almost impossible to seduce".

The perfect victim should have some natural quality that attracts you. This quality inspires will help make your seductive maneuvers seem more natural and dynamic. The perfect victim allows for the perfect chase. You must actively hunt out the prey that responds the right way.

How do you recognize your perfect victims? You can do this by not paying so much attention to people's conscious responses because a person obviously trying to please you is probably playing on your vanity, and wants something from you. Instead, pay greater attention to those responses outside conscious control i.e. a blush, an involuntary mirroring of some gestures of yours, an unusual shyness, even perhaps a flash of anger or resentment. All these shows that you are having an effect on a person who is open to your influence.

You can also recognize the right targets by the effect they are having on you. Perhaps they make you uneasy, perhaps they correspond to a deep-rooted childhood ideal, or represent some kind of personal taboo that excites you. When a person has such effect on you, it transforms all of your subsequent maneuvers. Your strong desire will affect your target and give them the dangerous sensation that they have some kind of power over you.

Never rush into the waiting arms of the first person that seems to like you. That is not seduction but insecurity. The need that draws you will make for a low-level attachment, and interest on both sides will sag. Although the perfect victim for you depends on you, certain types of people lend themselves to a more satisfying seduction. Just as it is very hard to seduce a person who is happy, it is hard to seduce a person who has no imagination. People who are outwardly distant or shy are dying to be drawn out, that often makes them better targets than extroverts.

People with a lot of time on their hands are extremely susceptible to seduction. They have a mental space for you to fill. On the other hand, you should generally avoid people who are preoccupied with business or work because seduction demands attention, and busy people have a little space in their minds for you to occupy.

Your perfect victims should be people who think you have something they don't, and who will be enchanted to have it provided for them. Such victims may have a temperament quite the opposite of yours, and this difference will create an exciting tension.

Remember: the perfect victim is the person who stirs you in a way that cannot be explained in words. Be more creative in choosing your prey and you will be rewarded with a more exciting seduction.{Excerpted from: The Art of Seduction by Robert Greene}
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