Friday, April 30, 2010

Seduction is a Gift

What is the highest compliment you can give another person?

Your sexual attraction. Everyone is flattered to find out that another person finds them sexy.

It gets better. Knowing that someone is turned on by you will actually turn you on. Likewise, letting someone know that he turns you on will turn him on. Especially if you are letting him know quickly and physically. Arousal is a beautiful loop.

It gets even better. What is the greatest gift you can give another person?


Putting your time, energy, and effort into giving someone else a remarkable experience is a gift. You’re telling this person that he is special, he has your full attention, and that you care about his desires. The two of you come together, and the rest of the world just melts away.

Romance is a gift. Sex is a gift. Letting your energies combine is a gift. Every look, every word, every sensual touch is a gift.

Seducers — unlike the needy Pick Up Artists — are not selfish. They create an environment, set a mood, and make the moment more intense as gifts. They know that even if a gift is not accepted, it does not diminish the act of giving. The key is to give selflessly — with no expectation of return — otherwise it is not a gift, but a bribe.

The beauty, of course, is that it is exactly this sense of giving that brings abundant return: Health, happiness, intimacy, and passionate sex.

I’m of the perspective that we all have a lot of love to give. It’s natural. The problem is that it just lies dormant with most of us. So many people on their death beds express how they wish they had loved more, connected more, and been more open physically and emotionally.

The challenge is to awaken your dormant energy. Awaken you sexuality and sensuality and channel it through the process of seduction.

Learning how to entice others, to enhance and enrich their lives, is about the best gift you can give yourself. Combining your enthusiasm with some tried-and-true technique is exactly what makes you a skilled seducer and a skilled lover.

It is not just love — compassion and care — but the process of awakening the senses and igniting passionate desire that will make the world a better place. It takes compassion and passion. Lean and practice seduction: Save the world.


Blogger Alvin said...

exactly what my heart was searching for tonight. thank you brother

May 04, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Gone, I watched your 21 convention talk and wanted to ask you so many things on women's sexuality and my own growth and maybe you can clear some things up for me. I look up to you as a teacher. Hopefully we can have a conversation over phone or email. My email is


May 04, 2010  
Blogger bohemian09 said...

I have never understood why some women - many, in fact - are insulted when a man expresses attraction to them. Granted...some men just do it quite awkwardly, but I even appreciate those attempts. Attraction IS a gift. And, you're so right...MANY people I know are in a dormant state. I will be on my death bed with no regrets and a big smile...

May 07, 2010  

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