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The Subtle Art Of Seduction

Jan 25, 2008
Most men live and breath to find the kind of woman who fulfills all their romantic fantasies, because this is the type of woman men will actively pursue for romantic reasons.

What men say, what they do - even the smallest things like an offhanded comment or the casual touch on the arm - can really stimulate a woman's romantic imagination.

The art of seduction is more than a talent, or something some men are just more proficient at than others.

Seduction is something which can only be achieved by learning about your 'victim', her passions, desires and needs, then using those to convince her you are the one she needs to go further with romantically.

Most men have a lot less confidence in themselves than they let others realize. Men need to ask themselves: Who are you really? Do you think you're attractive? Are you confident about yourself, your needs and your desires?

By stepping your game up a little, and practicing some confidence enhancing techniques, you are already well on your way there - there is nothing that a lot of women find more attractive than a man who is confident (not too confident!) in himself, sexually as well as otherwise.

A 'strong' man needs approval from no-one. He is confident in his convictions and knows when to back away without losing face. If you can remain cool and unruffled in the face of failure you will have an advantage not many other men have, because many will turn tail at the first sign of rejection, and some women have programmed themselves to play 'hard to get' without even trying.

Don't forget this old saying - a brave man won't live forever. But a cautions man won't live at all!

Determine what about you others could find attractive. It doesn't have to be your looks, it could be something about your personality.

Think about the nicest parts of yourself, whether those parts are inside or outside, a kind heart, a winning smile, a good physique - you need to learn how to capitalize on this.

We are always more critical of ourselves than others are of us. Think of what women have previously found attractive about you. Whatever it is you settle on, make that the forefront of your seduction. If you have a great smile - smile at the girl a lot. This can mean the difference between a successful seduction and a failure.

After you have pegged down your greatest assets, its time to bring them to the forefront and use them to seduce the girl you desire. While interacting with her, draw attention to them. Smile at her, make strong eye contact, throw out a joke or two - whatever you've determined are your most seductive attributes, use them!

Romance was mentioned in the beginning, and it's not something to be taken lightly! Some women just love romantic gestures and others don't.

Try and communicate your attraction to the woman without being too obvious. Forcing your interest on a girl will force her to choose whether or not she feels the same way before you've had a chance to lay the groundwork. You'll want to come in under the radar and work on building interest before you make a serious move.

Be brave. Not too brave, just brave. Allow a little bit of daring when you flirt and try things other men don't usually try, allow the 'cad' in you to sneak out and have a little bit of fun!

Seduction is all about taking your thoughts, feelings, actions, and ideas, and making them work for you to get a desired romantic outcome.

Don't leave anything to chance. Plan ahead as much as possible. Look at what your lady is responding to and what she isn't. Pay attention. Go with the flow, but stick to a game plan. Don't force the seduction, but don't allow it to happen without your influence either.

Don't rush her, let her lead, if you've truly seduced her she'll probably make the first move, or let you know she's ready and if you can follow that lead without pushing you've made it!
About the Author
To learn more about the Art Of Seduction, be sure to visit Joseph Matthew's blog where you can get free tips and advice on seduction techniques.
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