Taming the Dragon
But then, a knight who was more savvy and more savage than the rest - who knew a thing or two about dragons - appeared. Armed with his sword and shield, he conquered the dragon and rescued the princess - who joined him on the back of the dragon - and they all flew off to the Bahamas.
This story is ripe with metaphors. The shield represents wisdom. The sword represents will.
The dragon represents sexual tension. Note that the knight conquered the dragon - he did not kill it. We mustn't kill the dragon because we need it. For relationships to thrive, sexual tension must be harnessed, not suppressed.
Now, for anyone who thinks I am placing undue importance on the subject of sex, I will state the case unequivocolly: There is nothing more important and nothing more powerful. Sex is the glue that holds relationships together. Sex is the only force capable of awakening a relationship's or a person's potential.
A man who is comfortable with his own sexuality, understands a woman’s sexuality, and has no problem talking openly and candidly about sex is a very attractive man. This is the guy that deeply arouses a woman and enjoys the passionate nuances of unselfish sex.
Discussing sex is healthy. Arguing against repression is not a promotion of promiscuity.
The PUA seeks women as a hunter looks for prey. His motivation is hunger. He is a taker and his sex is selfish. Of course, like attracts like, and the women he hooks up with are equally selfish. They are little more than empty vessels receiving his eager energy and attention.
Every step in the direction of promiscuity makes a further step in that direction more likely. The PUA develops a pattern that weakens his vitality and destroys his creative capacity. He has become enslaved by his desires. He wastes opportunity to fulfil higher purposes.
Masculinity is a magnificent instrument with limitless strings, are you content to pluck away at the bottom one over and over again?