Hypnosis Lessons: How To Make Some One Love You In 20 Minutes Or Less Part One

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Renegade Romance: Hypnotic Attraction Secrets For Dating Mating and Relating

 

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Overcome or stop arguments in its tracks and get you and your spouse or lover moving in the same directions together

 

Simple Sleight of Mouth Secrets That Can Change Attitudes in Seconds

 

The Important Differences between men and women that once you understand cause you to become even more attractive to your lover or spouse.

 

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I design and sell information products I and II
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specifically target people who want to do stuff on their own I do treat people
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game so depending on on where you fall in the
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in the scope of things we have something for you money and
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why I usually sit in the back he was working
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for at that and up
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we're gonna lock you in yup
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this is the beginning a class like not so much
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okay and I'm in turn is winding down just a little bit
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but I think it's a little too much that bennett
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so com by the way the people who sit in the front
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always get the best up
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others that's right off against her okay so let me ask a quick question how many
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people here
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arm are currently in a relationship
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version okay
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how many people here one relationship I better see a whole lot more and now
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you're leavin
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okay on
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one of the things that while I hope you're talking about but if I do all
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this weird stuff persuasion
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with an OP why am I here telling you about how to be better
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can be more attractive than ourselves the first video courses for home study
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course they were put out
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was call si Herodotus
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it was a program specifically designed to teach men
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how to become the kind of lover every woman tennis
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about can it was all designed to learn
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using NLP and other types of systems
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how to find out how exactly how woman wanted to be touched
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you ordered sequence you want to be touched how she knew she was getting it
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based on
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what she considered to be her perfect
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kiss perfect touch the perfect everything and to give it back to a
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woman in such a way
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you automatically said
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her I'm your what about the guy
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is the only have to pay attention to what women really want
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and give it to them in a way that they knew that they were getting
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please let me ask you a question if you met a guy
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that touched you can exactly
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always dreamed at the right time in the right place
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the changes I
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who Ryan
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and every and every time I tell this story War II
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talk about this we get that response
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because every one of us man or woman is moving through the world with this
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little
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internal checklist and we're projecting
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wanted everyone around us and every time we meet a guy
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me okay doesn't match my physical in Jack did he say the right thing at the
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right time
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check he touched the Senate to close right
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into the degree that the person you're interacting with matches your checklist
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they get for the video game to get to go to the next level last night you that
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word game
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after all those books playing your strauss and everything came out but
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the bottom line is that you have a checklist you have a hierarchy
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up what's important to you not just in terms of quality in a guy
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but you have on now that you're moving to the world
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looking for somebody to yet and to the degree that they fit that man
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you follow up you become very attracted to that person
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become desiring more intimacy with that person because
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what you see when you look at them when you interact with them
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physically verbally socially
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whenever is a mirror who you are inside
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can guys
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this is your first step it's not about you alright
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every woman that you meeting its works the same
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for guys like this is the first master key
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everyone you meet is projecting
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onto you just like that but we don't be calmer everything they want
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and to be absolutely happy to the degree
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that you have the ability to pay attention and give it back to them
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in a way that they know what they're getting they will fall for you
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head over heels faster the making you can possibly imagine
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some other protocols and I T wanna be shot
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there some the protocols ATT can take a person
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from being a complete stranger
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to on the verge of falling in love with you in as little as 15 minutes
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now just because we can do that
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doesn't mean we should as any you've ever been caught in a relationship for
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six months that went absolutely nowhere
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well tested right how many people here especially how could we would like to
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find better net
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region how many guys here's a funny
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how I feel just like to get more women region okay we have one honest guy in a
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row
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are you guys got a relaxed and thirdly
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every set up image data I want to look at the person to the right and left yet
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reach out shake your hand look in the eyes my lingo boot
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yeah Carlos
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mandated my eyes alright just
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let you out people in the trenches lead
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yeah the alright looking like he is JR
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that I'm really tired informal world
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beginning in the product is done I can get a handle
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and they didn't give me shares like ants in
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really just kinda bond with you all so
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person wanna talk about it is is little useful concept of I call
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checklist depending on what niche I'm teaching within teaching and I need to
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primarily man you might hear me call the orgasm code right
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are and dealing with women I talk about the ideal our checklist
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the bottom line is men and women both do this many
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training more than you do I'm sorry I'm just gonna rocks
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bank on I just finished eating a two-day class
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on cell phone call self-mastery it was a class on how to reprogram
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have fun while many police on your baggage
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Henry create your own identity from the ground up really powerful supplemental
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training
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highly recommend a course yeah if you graduate today courses
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and if they wanna pointing out you can talk to them about them
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but done one other things that we have to do is we got there are crap
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if we want to attract better people we got there are proper
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first and foremost because they're gonna back what you project onto the world
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how many people here coping with myself back to eventually just
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I'm people here bishal tend to keep attracting the same kinda person in
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their life
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who I'm people donated which is usually wouldn't
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you see the hapless that
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that we've moved to the world in the whole checklists most to them
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are programmed into us before we even realize
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there's that the people around us are this with this light before
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80 805 is the most sinister its program
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and so the dominant capitalist-style which she saw ur
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tend to your parents or the people in those roles
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when %um after that becomes a
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the people who gave you the most pleasurable experiences the lower
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most pleasurable experience is your early formative years usually have a lot
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up we're gonna it frank talk offend you should probably run streaming for the
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exits now
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can I had you tend to last
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politically incorrect sometimes just necessary financier streets to
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right up to the checklist
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here's the bottom line on this every man or woman that you meet
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will in fact touch you
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the way they want to be touched in the place they want to be touched
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they will seek to you
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in the language the country some weird
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they want to be part in will literally
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come out now exactly what they want here
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all you have to do is avoid getting creative
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and give it back to them
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in the border in sequence that comes out of her mouth
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and you'll start to feel dramatically comparable
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with you can how many will be here would like to have a guy
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just seems to get her guess what I just ate every minute from the key to getting
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okay because we don't know about this checklist
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now though this loan exposure to NLP or even some forms a conversational
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hypnosis
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we understand this concept that pacing in leading matching
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Harrington can try to minimize the jargon prime minister but basically
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anything it's only does he do it back the nervous system
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treats that as a call to say miss
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okay the problem with sameness is as boring
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K and this is one of the problems we
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again I'm gonna try and lower this morning and couldn't keep getting
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there okay alright
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I hate the high-pitched whine throws because of my flow anyway so
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by Elias when you getting into some money they will in fact
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stand if they haven't passed social
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cutie whatsoever the way they won to be late you gonna talk about seven sages
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by were so you can literally look at any two people interacting a group of people
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and see in re who is attracted to
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using the big problems guys have any market bang on guys a lot
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because we're done Ross really I I have a few supporters out there
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and on 2005 just to give you an idea
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I was all in the top 10 attraction sexuality experts
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by are a bit are approaching dot com because
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I developed a system for becoming any woman's ideal lover
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leaking those feelings to me in such a way that the more she said time me
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happier shi'ah
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would anyone here like that's killing a man the longer you sent time with them
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happier than you got in
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but some people might not consider there
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why because most a lot of people moved to the world thinking
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that I have to do something that's not an actual that's something that I have
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to think about our
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or I wasn't born somehow wrong
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to those people might have that feeling I had this to say:
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start washing your hair
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stop going to the hairdresser start getting your nails done
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because it's no different
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maybe the scale maybe the degree me
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but don't we all want to look our best why
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week I will not let certainly come out looking are vastly
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we certainly didn't smell all at great and yet
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we do these things because we do care because we do want people like us
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here's the thing about the kind relationships and talking about
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engineering
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your ideal way talking about becoming
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somebody who engenders intense desire
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be and say with you
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the car lot
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couple pics were hot songs of I want you down
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when you start applying the principles that i'm talking about.
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you won't have a problem attracting people you have a problem getting rid of
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them
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which leads you better have a damn good way
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to soar for the kind of people that you want to send
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time Ryan
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you see the people that we attract in our life are more often than not based
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on tablets
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people we identify with his children Werner early years
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who in combination being present in our role
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a pattern that place is the ultimate authority in our lives
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mom dad okay
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we love them and we start project that onto the law
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we look for the homes people
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power father looked around mother at work there will be characteristics of
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the attitudes and behavioral traits
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that we are naturally predisposed
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to gravitate not because we enjoyed a
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this is a statement hey this is worse actually a little heavy you might want
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you know a chocolate now
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you might offer some business traction gurus and
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teachers say this phrase
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attraction
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not choice
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we don't like a a morning walk down the street see some transient gonna be
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attracted to him
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and if we do they usually run seem getaway
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red
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we do not sore sure
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and we're gonna go back to the home so we can understand your stuff starts
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so we can begin to change it so we can begin to create
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and the Karma the kind of person
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that he'd get the kind of guy or gal that you really want
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not the one that was programmed into us
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randomly pain so
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has a star
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this is your brain on day in
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and not
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we like to think we're really smart people this has nothing to do with
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intelligent
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everything to do with storage and what got their first
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your brain is hardwired not to sort
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for good or bad
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at least not in the sense that we as adults under should
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there's you know comfortable
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or uncle ball
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but it gets even more crime
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it either familiar
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to use a therapeutic model but I've for anybody who's been
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for housing on other people in abusive relationships you might find similar
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patterns here
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on the clinically up one other thing that I deal with a lot is his repressed
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emotions
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almost every every every case I deal with
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when it comes to to helping women especially with pain
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on and get I regular weight loss I get
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dramatics are almost always have some kind of sexual abuse and molestation
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should K ideal out those issues help people get through them
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help people put them behind them stuff like that
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when you come into this world you are one big blank
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hard drive you barely have an operating system
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to use a computer for to your brain
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what ever comes first
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becomes the standard which everything else is measured by
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it becomes what's familiar
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if you run into all into an environment where your help
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you're taught on
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your comforted singer comparable writer
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good and then maybe eventually a word
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sissy with that we come to know us
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while first have
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hand model she does not know what love means
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but she knows and she feels a K she does not understand
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yet at least not we understood
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at Asbury ball perspective
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but her most basic fundamental outlook 2007 again
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you know guys getting back at me
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she doesn't understand what's familiar
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and she understands what's comfortable
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if you have a choice she has to choose
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more often than not soccer Watson
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you will too what's in the years usually what's their first
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and this is why if you have somebody
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like when you're dealing with an alcoholic or something Chronicle getting
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abusive relationships
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that person may buy into a relationship that
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July going on there's a lot of are doing
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you know you might get these last on drama bothered ron
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she'll be you don't do right can even now
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it's not directed at the kids and the kids pressed we did a a whole same in
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are doing a lot to training on child I law
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and you can honestly mister play with dialogue in these voices in your head
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notice that different places the usual course I will be done before
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figures you my first standing at the time
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because most of us courses are here and here and here
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yourself on the down here
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because we're this is usually where we are
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when those voices are seeking
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we identify with the voices
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and it down authority figures in our life
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they become a template by which we start to create our own checklist
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does it match or does is million
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or on
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national you unconsciously sort for
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came he gets deeper I want it to
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crap now emotionally organize people love me feeling good feeling happy
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but for some people love has a couple other elements in it that we don't only
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consider
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stress anxiety
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why because those are the emotions that were going on when the world loves being
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around the hard-wired
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to and
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every now and then it teaches are the same she said here's see some guy
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niners Britain there are things you can do
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right but understand that this the homes the settled by which everything else
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it seems 10 the whole life
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multi your parents ten-day people we pick
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her because it's something about them
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years back to those people something they don't like about themselves
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which brings us to our next
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our next lesson and how you actually
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work now cool thing is unit in arms and he had no sis
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energy were we can fix you not broken Nana you a broken
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trust me on this 9 you are broken
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you just as Richard N left to say you do stupid shit
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when does that really mean it just me that you're thinking about things in a
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sermon is not getting what you want
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and to you understand how to run your brain
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will continue to have thoughts and memories
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and ideas that were put in there without your consent
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most time out here realization and I'll continue anyway
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and my persuasion and influence courses I teach people anything outside your
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awareness is outside your control ninety
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guys had become kinda lower
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every woman dreams and up for rule is pay attention
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pay attention because she won't give you all the information that you need
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to me ridiculously
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people and she will love you for
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the theory now alright
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sup questions on miss par
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idoney to devalue it isn't there classes understanding
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while why am i keeping track in the same kind of people in your life
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it's not about good or bad it's about what was their first
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and what you're showing for this is also why you can be a great guy a great girl
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everything you ever wanted in a relationship should check this is happy
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to
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because it doesn't match at Camp
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it does it match goes to sell seen self-image
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a lot of work goes into our self-image in ourselves see
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our peace harmony attack which he had we been
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do if I'm had no conscious
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and actual she changes the things we accept
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the refused to accept change
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this is why we have been called for flash file
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know this is you could see a movie
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this is why many times and ladies you've heard it a thousand times prior read the
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book and the movie
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sweethearts
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some kind of high-level mugging mug she worked her butt off to help him get to
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medical school
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how can become you know klein et corporate ladder yesterday
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why self-image change
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what he thought he deserved change
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had nothing to do with him lower actually
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it's how he sees himself seem have a sinkhole resistance
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and resistance caught up in 10 for basic ways
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we resist
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any came that challenges for calls into question
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how we see ourselves
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we resist a move away from anything that jeopardizes
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how we think
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other people will say yes
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and we have you resist
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anything that contradicts what we now
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to be true
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now there's one other kind the resistance that rears its ugly head
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lovingly call it the fuck you factor missus call reactants
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and you'll most likely seriousness any kind your parents don't want me to date
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the person your turn today
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okay they come home you bring a guy home to go home
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and the first words government you know it's annoying were right there
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right but you keep Gina
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or you keep seeing her in spite of what your parents said
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and even though you might not even at attracted to him right away the longer
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they talk better he looks
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no K that's called reacted
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it's a natural hard-wired reaction to
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any kind of persuasion that we getting that we didn't ask for
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your mom you for in with the last hour
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little that reacts
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kind yes
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yes my kid yeah
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you hit hard-wired into every human being on the planet
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so the secret becomes how do you make people want to do the things we want
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them to know
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bludgeon
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we do the company's foundation because some things I will say you
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will give you that from that debt this raw emotional response
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pay attention to that because every time something comes out of my mouth that
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gives you a
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less than positive emotional response something need to explore
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K part of my job is to make a painfully aware some other things
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more because the things you running away from
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keep on with other people in your life
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right sup most guys
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when it comes to me ideal woman they have a problem
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the problem is a the ship yeah
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and the things that are supposed to work in a chronological
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linear progression cuz I have I seen a causes the
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cause I C tell me think but that's not how women think
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as a rule not that they're dumber or irrational
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in like that but as a rule
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and rules mean that the truth fifty-one percent of the time useful
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arm was my reaction their issue Laurent
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Nikki up
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this useful information by the way I'm going to come on West looking for
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sunrise I need now
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get well causing other things to the press at work America
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remember talk about how guys living hell okay
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in Oly with sixty we have these things called language patterns
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their wages seeking now certain language patterns give you these
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are can can create certain effects on the brain
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and then they can they cause you to change your perception the world because
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they change how your brain processes information
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guys has a role to thinking what is commonly referred to as cost
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and effect language
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destruction medellin axe causes why
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I was late today because traffic on Mira Mesa
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side it was bumper to bumper I couldn't get there
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right men tend to think that way
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but there's an evil cousin I said that he was actually pretty cool
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much understand it I may give you a secret today
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secret recipe today for making any relationship work
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with ethical that you saw even if you never divorce
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who caller community
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by a if you don't understand con that in consequence she won't be able to make it
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happen
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in a cause-and-effect relationship there's a sequential ordinal
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axe causes like causes see in a complex equipment relationship
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X equals why
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may have the same so the judge joke at my mom might my wife and I
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kinda banter about an hour we'll use this example and I invited her tonight
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because
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this time you're such a time for us
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you know we met long before but someone honor little bit she shows up it not
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then on talk about on
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but I was
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traffic on their nation was bumper to bumper national am Lee someone who's
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doing the complex equipment least
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you a better plan you imminently does this sound familiar
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the the story we used to say is you know
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I'm sorry honey I was late night I got caught held up at the office traffic was
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a bear sorry
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if you love jack keeping did these sound familiar
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not necessarily content but the structure if you actually why
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right this is one of the reasons in relationships we have dropped because a
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man to give you all the reasons why
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something into is what is the way this
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a woman to tell you what it means and that's why you don't get each other
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a lot of the times because
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everything you do gentleman means something
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to her to us it's inconsequential the hardest elements that happen
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that led to the result not everything least you're not true
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everything we do you will have to me not just a random event
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welcome to the cause of most
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trouble in a relationship but wait there's more
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here's the worst well I'm gonna give you got this wrong way she talked a little
37:46
bit this and we'll talk about me approach
37:48
that be okay because someday
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if you guys actually use this stuff might actually get a relationship and my
37:55
10 onto it
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right women ladies
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no the surgeon is a cold rain rules but then John Medina
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and you have a book
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if you don't get it in that book
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I think you talked about this but if not there's a a video floating around on
38:16
YouTube reflection
38:17
Google you talk about this when we get stressed out
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nigga tennis the contentious
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they get progressively more picky in detail oriented
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in LP terminology in call them down shutters
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be getting more you if they're having a bad day you leave the toilet seat up
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okay it's not gonna stop at the toilet see
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gay it's going to be the toilet seat was up he nearly fell in it was the middle
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of the night
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he also left the 2k that the cap off the toothpaste
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when when you grow up on
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from here her purse like with practice anyway
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on by known then what I know now
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but here's my point when guys get that
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we start to defend ourselves
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which only makes it worse thank I'll tell you all about the dynamics at this
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later
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from the low from the male perspective guys it's not
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rational it's not logical or
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I left the toilet she does Emily night I was tired I'm sorry let it go
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no because
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she needs to tell you how she feels because she doesn't she can't let go
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your job
39:42
is to let her vent the magic mantra
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honey I'm sorry I was wrong. will get you hot
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everything regardless of how egregious as long as you're sincere with it
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theories important okay
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is a couple should attack is bigger than you this is one the reasons why a lot
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I'll
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times when we're out in DT environment
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we just get
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we get complete cold shoulder from women don't know why
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guys don't understand something your woman is brilliant
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anyone you approach really is bright running by that
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what I mean is her sister motion intelligence her ability
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to analyzed and qualifier
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tiny by language C cues the voice inflections
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is off the charts for the average woman compared to guys most guys were done
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bricks K and a good job but it's little sometimes it's bad
40:49
for a guy to figure out if a woman's attracted to him
40:53
she would almost literally have to go
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up and then he still wonder
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K but why
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why I'm bringing this up guys in the field have noticed that sometimes in the
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approach a woman in a club or hire a higher
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populated social interaction there's a little bit screen that comes up
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so cold shoulder discovery copper so he getting
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make you know 10 feet over and pick the temperatures start to decrease in
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Ross comes out right little life goes on inside and she talks
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you ever wonder why how about you
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hey yet
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why you see the socialization that women receive a man received
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are dramatically different
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you woman the average woman's brain
41:48
she is trained to hone in on subtle body language cues
41:52
boys ships that let her know
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when the conversations all for
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because she's moving through the world silly everybody around
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doing it the way she does when she gives you the subtle cues
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that the conversation isn't going anywhere it's over
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cat
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and when you don't get it she has to keep escalating
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im because you still aren't getting it
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until finally she literally has to blow smoke in your face and turn back to you
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before you get the head now women don't want to have to do that
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but their socialization such
42:36
that needed see women doing what you approach here's the thing I want to get
42:40
you don't wanna be
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they're not doing at meanness they're doing enough fear
42:45
why if you look at me and be my Narsha one fear
42:51
you see women have different anxieties about interacting with men
42:55
than men do about women see guys you're free which you up when you walk up to
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her
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after you must up your courage said all your mattress pump yourself up gotcha
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best
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best Don you're afraid she's gonna rejected
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have right we'll get into that
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but when it a little bit different
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you see women as a rule it ought to be nice there talk to be
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considered their talk to go the extra mile
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they're also talk when to figure things out but they're not talk
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how to get themselves our situations aren't going well
43:35
there program partisan to the don't want you to approach
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their problem is they don't know how to extricate from
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themselves front if it goes wrong
43:46
machine think they're afraid of getting into an interaction that they can't get
43:50
out these true nature
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that's why we use time concerns you use time constraints
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I don't I N gauge on a sign up
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right that would be left hand if you live in
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up get haley said know the same notify me says time constraints
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which in said I have a lot of time right now but i just want to talk to me too
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cuz you could really interesting I have to go
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one right if you have been a victim in one of those
44:23
those lines out there K it's a very good tactic it takes the stress of
44:27
doesn't make it gives the person impression you'll be leaving soon
44:32
so they relax right and it works
44:35
can has not been around for about 30 years ago
44:39
but about the pick up community what you believe
44:44
this is not about doing this is not about tricks by the way
44:47
everything I'm gonna teach me teach you in sharing with you
44:50
is %uh attics and honesty and openness but they are strategically
44:56
ballot they work I don't invest my time and energy
45:00
in low percentage techniques
45:03
and everything is up being authentic
45:06
but we need understand the dynamics of what's going on with the other side
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because until you understand how they see the world how they moved to the
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world
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you won't be able to change what you're doing
45:18
you won't be able to understand it and you won't be able to adapt
45:23
and if you can adapt you die
45:27
to survival right
45:31
sup understand this women are have that bitch she'll
45:36
not because they want to be not because they get off on making you feel this big
45:41
because they're afraid their defense mechanisms are such
45:45
that they need to protect themselves
45:48
from getting into a deep interaction that they can remove themselves from
45:55
once that's taken care of
45:58
they're much more open to becoming approachable
46:01
see ladies your job want better man the man you want in your life
46:06
the one just scaring away
46:09
the menu one you lie want to respect your boundaries
46:12
who would bend over backwards to give you every romantic adventure
46:16
every speaking every moment being swept off your feet up surrendering to that
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passion intimacy
46:21
always dreamed up who'll never approach
46:24
you know why because most women are socializing the giving of body language
46:28
signals
46:29
that only attract
46:33
people who are extraordinarily Aaron self-confident
46:37
who are not put off by
46:41
boundaries these are people who have no regard for boundaries as a rule
46:45
this is why the average nice guy have to save himself up to approach it
46:50
because it's not natural where ass if
46:53
you were willing to be more approachable to signal
46:57
that you wanted to be approached you'd get approached by more the kinda guy
47:01
want see other systems read
47:05
everything you you're not broke a everything you're doing
47:09
has a positive intention behind it
47:12
but the other results the way it's being interpreted
47:16
by the other side who have their own socialization own checklist
47:19
are causing this disconnect the ladies
47:23
your job is to learn to become approachable
47:27
how do you learn to become more approachable any understand body
47:30
language
47:30
but the most important one is to develop
47:34
very socially and progress socially acceptable and progressive Waste
47:38
to systematically remove your cell from any interaction
47:43
that's not going in the direction you want to go
47:47
right nurses some good books I recommend later that
47:50
are good place to start referencing
47:54
K guys you want to become you understand that when she approaches you
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if you learn what to look for and you learn how to talk to her in a way that
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she
48:04
when she talked to you she sees the best parts of her
48:08
reflected in you she'll become dramatically attracted to you
48:14
I i'm not talking about being an authentic I'm about showing the woman
48:17
the park so
48:18
you that are most like her
48:22
because number too much sameness boring
48:26
too much difference dangerous but that right mix
48:31
excitement safety
48:35
Alexa now we have the stuff every room any conventional romance novel ever
48:41
created
48:42
right spent a lot of time studying romance novel
48:48
there's a lot you can learn John them
48:53
okay cell questions on this
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its me Jesse know there will be a test later
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alright they work best yessir min uses
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you did this the order her that's reflected new
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no way sir min okay so how they relate to sorta like to dance to the polarities
49:16
the male and female because you know the the woman is bringing answered
49:20
an energy the table in the man as well so you're flipping back
49:24
that something that's in her already seems to me that you know there's a
49:29
something maybe one struggles to pursue a memo to dinner what I just said was
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you have enough similarities sector say
49:37
enough difference is that you're saying right and that's that data polarity that
49:40
you're talking about
49:41
when it all into larry is justice display right
49:44
you know an ass that's why the intimacy and passion comes from
49:48
the intimacy comes from the same this
49:52
from the openness sharing the excitement comes from the differences
49:57
yes up
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murder mmm-hmm
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yes would you like to know why
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said mom
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my you think that is ride
50:16
mmm
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so you want to know how to take those guys don't you wanna
50:24
hubert so she attracting guys you don't want what you want more tension
50:28
red any random guy well so we're not gonna say she's easy just often
50:37
but she just get a lot of male attention
50:38
intact nothing wrong with that long handle
50:42
right there's a lot of people arm and there's lightning and we can go way of
50:46
into that
50:47
you know learning to understand the different types of women at the whole
50:51
it's a whole different kettle of fish we're gonna stop us
50:54
some yes it's interesting that you bring this up
51:03
another again another segue I was about to give you a break to you each of a
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drink coffee and a hottie
51:08
but now all I have to do this I and yet and yet more Neurosci
51:13
K is a sister
51:17
again yes K K this is because the the neuroscience an explanation make it
51:24
sound
51:25
very very complicated it's actually very simple
51:29
once we know what we're dealing with alright this is gonna be a lil
51:36
convoluted
51:37
actually no it won't accomplish
51:40
we're gonna have to find out my stand up
51:45
hi Sheila
51:48
Shayla they got it wrong the first ride
51:52
all right here to watch whatever media get your space
51:56
what I want to do as I wanted remember a time in your life
52:00
when you new
52:03
when you realized and fell
52:07
absolutely attracted and
52:12
and and you knew it because a the way people around you
52:15
were responding to you and you know it and know what I want to do succeed you
52:19
have that feeling
52:21
when I want to use backtrack to a couple minutes before you realized it
52:26
when you're still in that feeling but the realization here
52:29
close your eyes now
52:33
notice where your body that feeling less
52:37
as she noticed their lives
52:40
just point to it look at it with you in her eyes
52:43
notices a color associated with that
52:47
and now let's just pretend for a moment that we can reach into that spot
52:52
Rev all that energy take it out on hold in your hands
52:56
reaching gravity you don't believe me to do it
53:00
grab with both your hands noticed its
53:03
moving in a certain direction pay attention to the directions moving first
53:06
impression
53:07
now double the spin double the speed at which is moving
53:11
double the amplitude just key physically doubling that energy
53:14
until its takes on a life of its own talk becomes impossible to stop
53:19
when you know you've got it I can tell who's gonna get in a
53:22
slam it back in wash
53:25
notice a change this how wonderful that feels
53:31
open your eyes and look around the room is a helluva good lookin
53:35
yup
53:39
right now what we just do their
53:43
go back to that feeling of being totally attracted attracted
53:47
attracted when you knew it you felt it was
53:51
undisputable want you to stand
53:54
the way you were standing what you agree the way you were breathing
53:58
and
54:02
and walk-in notice was first to happen to your feelings
54:08
how you physically feel as you soon posture
54:11
up being absolutely attractive now while holding that same breathing rate that
54:18
same posture
54:19
seen everything without changing anything
54:23
try to ugly knows she can't really do it without changing understand
54:31
now go back to feel attractive stand even there
54:40
that's how she does when you move through the world
54:44
holding a certain physiology having a nervous system in a certain
54:49
configuration
54:50
the emotional states that you live in
54:54
really out everyone around you and they perceive you
54:58
exactly the same way the problem is that most sinister practicing she
55:03
physiology which leads to she emotional states
55:07
which leads to st. less than attractive most
55:10
the time it's really that simple
55:15
it's not about what you believe 2.1
55:18
you with your body prove me wrong
55:22
her body close your eyes to launch a look at me when you do this
55:25
I want you to remember a time when you felt
55:28
pass an attractive K
55:32
as George Carlin say those those days a week suffer from severe appearance
55:37
deficit
55:37
min remember that time
55:42
and you know it you could tell by the way they were funny you weren't to
55:45
you were being seen in the best possible light and know what I want you to do
55:50
while holding nap physiology I could see you doing
55:54
not a couple fucking factor
55:57
you I tell you something to close to do try to feel attractive without changing
56:04
anything
56:05
use all the will power you have
56:10
but keep that crappy physiology
56:14
no slap now
56:17
while holding onto the crappy I'm unattractive stay mentally
56:21
shift your body back the oh my god I'm so hostage
56:26
and notice what happens
56:30
mom
56:33
guys just went from five to attend we fuckin quick
56:36
is it really that easy
56:41
mom now
56:46
on hot people
56:51
simple right the only thing you have to remember guys and gals
56:56
is that every
57:00
feeling that we have in the body emotionally Kandivli
57:03
has a corresponding physiology of course I'm posture
57:07
rate and breathing everything every feeling
57:13
every state has a feeling and body posture
57:17
everybody posture has a feeling in our best classes on Wheaties persuasion and
57:22
influence things like that
57:23
we spent a lot of time understanding this connection is a technique we call a
57:28
rockstar technique
57:29
and a while like he was actually designed
57:33
are for women to attract guys
57:36
I had a tweak a lot of it so that we could be guys could actually have a
57:40
chance
57:40
the ladies cell wiped when I tell you things a lot of it has been field tested
57:44
by women
57:45
to get the kinda guys name there's a technique
57:49
called the rock star technique where
57:52
the coalition are in our conversation frustration it was course is a master
57:55
and commander Tony
57:56
story goes like this: it was a woman
58:00
who on earth and attractiveness it was probably run a 67
58:03
not super hot right and yet
58:06
whenever she now whenever she went to a club
58:11
she own the room every guy in the place wanted to be with her
58:14
and the girls are like all our
58:18
the 1910 you're beside himself how is it happen
58:21
she like putting aside what's going on not
58:24
she left the guys who Marino pay now
58:27
and then one day are a smart card holder side and say
58:32
message must what she secretly
58:35
have all these guys hang out and wonder
58:39
you know be in your entourage since the to watch or simple
58:43
for you out every night I imagine a rockstar and I stand like a rockstar
58:49
I imagine myself as a rock star and I am
58:52
and when I walk in the room I moved like I'm looks like everybody's there's
58:56
me and guess what
58:59
recently there is and see her really
59:05
now
59:08
yeah now the neuroscience kinda
59:12
and here is your son Connor on K
59:16
you haven't you should study them because it is
59:20
it is one of the the most important medical discoveries of our coverage
59:23
okay mirror neurons they are in fact the physiological basis for impact that
59:29
communication
59:30
K on most on the most basic level
59:33
when he discovered this was there was a some researchers in Italy
59:37
and they were doing some some studies on movement and
59:40
and how how the brain interprets information and one allowed assistance
59:44
was peeling a banana
59:45
and then had to have these rhesus monkeys I think they were are hooked up
59:48
to the VG's
59:49
UK geez media weird brain instrument
59:55
technical term an the month was a hook up the sky hang out
59:59
you watching the lab assistant you're gonna
60:03
and one in the lab you know i text happen to be looking at the instruments
60:08
and no to something about the readings the area to the brain
60:13
in the monkey that were firing or the same
60:17
areas that would be active if he were actually peeling the banana
60:21
to literally
60:25
what happens is when you observe somebody doing something
60:30
your nervous system buyers of
60:33
all the same neurological connections
60:36
and if you are actually doing and
60:40
that's one cited by many facets equation me to give you another one really really
60:45
quick
60:45
I will do my best to keep it simple
60:48
but if you understand that the
60:52
then we understand how we can begin to create state in other people having the
60:55
Marcel
60:55
by holding certain physiology week impact ically
60:59
communicate information outside a conscious awareness
61:03
and scientists
61:06
again over-funded and really more set up an experiment
61:11
was again once again the other female dynamic with the mail over here with the
61:19
female over here
61:20
and they took for this
61:23
example I don't know the actual number used but to keep it simple today at five
61:28
random photographs
61:29
of people appear now in in various it ranges
61:32
attraction from you know really low
61:37
european stocks in the Phils dollar-some the world and a
61:42
very very attractive and five random
61:46
residents dossier tricking but I would ever
61:49
were doing playa they paired these up brandon League into this job
61:54
who was then told to engage in a phone conversation with
61:58
who he thought was dispersed wasn't
62:02
completely blind these to engage in a conversation
62:08
at the end of the conversation are many men
62:12
was asked to evaluate the female based on the interaction
62:17
consistently whenever the man thought he was talking to an attractive
62:20
well goes by with the primary
62:24
preparedness was the picture
62:28
he consistently you
62:31
you consistently rated her as being
62:35
more talented more socially adept
62:40
more competent more countries
62:45
okay the woman asked
62:48
how she felt the interaction went
62:52
reported that she felt like the guy in uniform really got her
62:57
like he was present Peter make conversation very well
63:05
when the lady was on 10 severe
63:08
deficit paired with the same resin
63:13
are many men here consistently rated her lower in social deafness
63:18
intelligence count
63:21
everything and by the way this work the other way to
63:25
I believe sold I'm being being unilateral here
63:29
but that's not the bill equal part you might think it would be
63:35
event took the audience up these interactions
63:40
and the ferociously headed
63:43
to the only thing left where the
63:47
audio snippets her responses
63:50
to him nothing up the mail remained
63:57
they don't play those audios
64:00
to an independent panel of analysts in judges
64:05
who were then asked to rate
64:08
the female on the same criteria as this gentleman
64:12
based solely on the quality of her verbal
64:19
behavior
64:27
100 percent
64:32
something in the way
64:34
gentlemen on the other end of the phone saw
64:39
this llama was transmitted
64:42
verbally and non verbally to this woman's nervous system in such a way
64:50
she literally took on the behaviors
64:54
projected
64:59
that result everyone around her
65:02
this is happening to you
65:06
all the time outside if you're conscious old
65:10
and you were doing it other people K
65:16
now questions tell you that
65:20
while in the world according to DIN
65:23
at this time call the acceptance rejection projection connection
65:27
which is a real long run away saying your checklist
65:31
you see human beings
65:34
unlike most guys creatures have a capacity for reflective saw
65:38
we have the ability to have thoughts about our thoughts te feelings about our
65:41
feelings
65:41
and to assign arbitrary value to those feelings and those identities that we
65:47
see
65:48
yeah just not my day for
65:51
good sound haha stress work
65:56
so
65:59
many times the way people see us
66:03
is a reflection house years because that's what we do we approach
66:08
especially guys game
66:11
ladies might not realize is that whenever guys getting ready to approach
66:15
a woman
66:15
he's going to basically want two things unless
66:20
but this is usually default a
66:23
he sees all he wants to talk to first he goes oh she's not like to meet her
66:27
she can reject me you know wrote
66:31
I or
66:35
this is a fun he see her
66:39
she's amazing have to be imagines
66:43
walking a they walk I the chemistry is there
66:47
everything clicks and they're together is passionate wonderful for three or
66:51
four months instantly
66:53
through lace Chavez trial she leaves heartbroken brought that he never
66:56
approached
66:57
them
67:02
you laugh we do this shit to ourselves
67:06
but if we're running those highly charged emotional movies in our head
67:11
we think we're projecting what do you think
67:18
we're training the people working in Iraq
67:21
with to do this is why
67:27
your lease always be because she's
67:30
himself in a way rate identity
67:33
that's the rub
67:38
well we gotta love the sorghum
67:43
acted are the problem is 8-9 ish is going on and when we do that
67:47
right see most mostly have no problem
67:51
attracting guys you know
67:55
me I don't care if you're super model
67:58
orville still you probably won't have any trouble
68:02
tracking people just the one you want true nature
68:07
okay why
68:10
as a singer Celine Dion when our
68:13
we know we wanna said now but there's another layer
68:17
where we didn't know was force based on
68:22
history down 30 figures life all this stuff but we're moving to the world male
68:28
or female makes no difference
68:29
projecting onto everyone around us was
68:33
rate an appropriate price based on a
68:36
world our actions and we meet someone
68:40
even partially matches at now we hold long
68:43
we hold on tight walk
68:47
because we're free
68:48
would be something better you to the next thing comes along might be worse
68:53
I how many how many please tell you did you guys got potential
68:58
mine I can't tell you how
69:05
hi this is news to you for the whole should
69:09
because women don't see you as you see yourself they see how you could be based
69:13
on their map in your world
69:14
guys who this is the same thing
69:18
see most guys wanna give women sexual fantasies
69:21
they want them to have until the ones they really want right
69:26
it's all about understanding the other person's
69:30
when you see the world and being willing to do one of two things:
69:35
only set people who match: or
69:39
be willing to change your map to a comedy
69:43
there's now as all women are far more hard-wired to doing this in
69:49
okay because their socialization teaches do it
69:53
they don't realize the desolate doing a dissident putting it nicely to help
69:58
their own
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and then of course to get married kid
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career she saw him and his career woman now she's beautiful wife and homemaker
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twenty years later
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the end the day she's exhausted Jim
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for she married guy
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arguably good provider
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stable exciting as host in
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up who might have been a very exciting guy we first met
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only she said i do he's done them
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why because socially program brought takeover
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you become different people because the annual Tiki
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on key if it
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real simple if you marry your life be the guy she fell
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not because she's married do all things
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thank God that you did to get a fall in love with you in the first place
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you don't like the girl will come now because she had a lap
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she just put everybody else
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those you
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eventually wind up in a relationship at the beginning
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never started
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never stop being never be that guy
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and ninety
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so
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we going deep into the sign to give you a little haitian
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yet unpublished yep alright
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let's take it take a ten-minute break
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go potty have lots of chocolate Gin Blossoms caffeine combat units in action
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news
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okay
9 replies
  1. Ryan
    Ryan says:

    David,

    As always your stuff is quite good. This video is awesome! It brought a few concepts that I have been ignoring into light and I am excited to go out a test this. Should be fun I am going to document the results.

    Ryan

  2. NED
    NED says:

    Hey David.

    Very cool and informative material. I have been following your stuff for some time now and the more I follow , the more I want to learn and understand how to become the person that I want to be and be very charasmatic and easily make friends and most importantly, be highly attractive to woman. I really would like to talk to you or even better, attend one of your workshops. Keep me posted on what’s going on. Thanks David.

    Ned.

    • David Van Arrick
      David Van Arrick says:

      Hey Ned,

      Thanks for reaching out and sharing your feedback. Naturally we would love to have you at one of our workshops helping people become who they truly want to be – highly attractive, charismatic and more is what we specialize in. I do have a training coming up in April, but I’ve been kind of slow in getting the word out. Keep an eye on your email for updates.

      Thanks again for sharing and being part of our community.

      David

  3. firoj islam
    firoj islam says:

    Sir i need ur help my love aborting me allways i just do nt understand wy she do this sir please help me and please give me how to hypnosis for my love!sir please please

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