et me tell you a story about this chance discovery made by my friend Dr J. Fairweather, a professional hypnotist who also happened to be a member of the MKDELTA group.(If you’re new to what I do, and to Fractionation and Mind Control seduction in particular, MKDELTA used to be a secretive underground group of Mind Control scientists and practitioners).As I’m fond of saying, dating success is 80% attitude and 20% skill, and a of that attitude involves both issues of masculinity and also understanding and empathizing with women.The people who do best with women are the ones who not only understand them but, critically, don’t view them as opponents, enemies or inferiors.And by the sixth visit usually, I could put them under my spell at the snap of a finger.“ “Does that happen to most people who come to see you? “Dating” is tiresome and can be extremely excruciating. Unlike traditional dating which takes days or weeks Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?Don’t you feel that attracting women is completely drawn out, needlessly complicated and not to mention expensive? And guess what, here you’ll get a guide which will give you a head start in using this technique immediately in your dating life and see results quickly. Nevertheless, before we proceed, there’s this one you look.
Dating coaches will advise against this technique because 1.) It’s to accomplish and 2.) It’s really not fair to the girl.
You may have noticed over the years that I cover a lot of topics that don’t seem to fit squarely in this blog’s mission statement of helping nerds date better.
One of the reasons why I write about feminist issues or bad behavior within the geek community is because, frankly, getting better at dating is a holistic system.
I am excited to find that Mike’s interpretation follows a dynamic qualitative approach instead of a linear, model-centric, reductionistic philosophy.
We all seem to be affected by Nietschian Anxiety — any answer is better than none! At first glance, I thought I was on another planet! It’s a simple concept, yet one that is not used often.