Girls want men, not boys. Unless they secretly want to “mother them,” which is kinda gross.
One thing that turns a woman off is a guy who sends out vibes of being a butt hurt little boy.
Sounds harsh, but you know it’s true. I know it’s popular to go onto the various forums these days and complain about how women are evil or taking over or anything.
This might make you feel better, but this attitude ain’t going to get you laid.
Girls want a guy who’s confident, relaxed, dominant, controls the frame, and accepts the world the way it is.
And not only accepts it, but comfortably “operates within it” to get what he wants.
See, anybody can lay back and “accept their fate,” in life. This is different than seeing the world for what it is, and taking action to conquer it.
Imagine two guys going mountain climbing. They both thought it would be relatively easy, but upon arriving, find out the mountain is really a cliff, and they’re going to need some advanced climbing skills.
You can accept the mountain, and still get to work climbing. Or you can accept the mountain, and cry like a baby because it’s not fair that it’s so steep.
When you’re talking to a woman, she can tell if you’ve got some “issues” below the surface. If you think women have some kind of unfair advantage, or if you think you’ve got some kind of unfair “disadvantage,” she’s going to pick up on it.
Rightly or wrongly, this is going to have an impact on your ability to seduce as many women as possible.
Shadow energy can help.
This is the “theory” that everything “out there” which makes us angry, uncomfortable, frustrated, etc, is really doing so because it reminds us of something we have within us, that we’d rather not face.
So long as we think that “stuff” is out there, we won’t face it and accept it within us. This can stand in the way of some fantastic sexual encounters.
So how do we get rid of those “things” inside us that we “think” is “out there”
Next time a situation bothers you, and makes you feel like blaming or railing against something or somebody “out there,” take a moment to see what that event or person reminds you about yourself.
Then just accept and embrace that part of you as who you are.
Don’t try to change it or justify it or ignore it. Just accept it.
If you practice this on a regular basis, pretty soon all those things “out there” that used to bother you will vanish.
And this will make your more attractive than ever.