The Moral Element In Psychic Seduction

By Charles Harris

The best psychic seduction books and online advice is not aimed at week kneed and feeble examples of manhood. There are pathetic young men who are too shy and impotent to think about attracting the notice of anyone but their mother. Such men might dream of psychic seduction but will probably lack the nerve to implement it unless they make fundamental changes in their approach.

The secret of seduction is inner confidence. Fathers seem wonderful to their daughters because they are like gods for the first few years of a girl's life. They do not think of making an impression because they are naturally impressive to the infant mind.

Real power comes from performance. The brilliant tennis player is not puffed up because he knows he will suffer defeat some day, but while he can defeat most competitors he has an aura that he female mind is attracted to like a bee to a honey pot. A rich boy who has inherited money is not a patch on one who is intent on building his own fortune. Women protect their species by responding to powerful men with their eyes on something high.

A fact of life is that most people do need a partner of the opposite gender. Independence is all very well but soft touches and tender loving care from a favored person is an elixir that lifts existence up a few levels. Life being what it is, even the celebrity sportsman with an eight figure income may come into a room and notice one woman who does not drop her eyes and blush. Instead she will carry on eating pudding as though nothing has happened. This can be the cue that evokes passionate interest even in one who has many others at his beck and call.

Perhaps there is some biological imperative behind the fact that rejection is an aspect of gender relations. The magnificent plumage of a male bird may be ignored by a dowdy female who pecks indifferently at the ground as he displays for her. Human females sometimes behave in similar fashion, refusing to be impressed by a shining sports car or expensive clothes. Instinctively they seem to sense that resistance is seductive and that a mans interest must be tested.

Human beings have managed to dominate the planet by working out intellectual solutions to things that do not come naturally. Many males may seduce the women around them quite naturally and without much thought. Others have to plan and plot to do what does not come naturally. That is where information and published advice on psychic seduction comes in useful.

There is a moral problem with some such publications. A fundamental axiom of morality is that people should be treated as ends in themselves rather than as means to an end. If women are seen as fodder to be used entirely to satisfy the hungers and inadequacies of a callow youth he will probably be damned eternally and wish that he had never met the girl that he used for his own ends.

The best psychic seduction publications do not advocate immoral processes. They lay out ways in which people may be used by miserable with covert desires but not advocate immorality. Instead they advise that a woman should never be used as an object or means to the end of selfish fulfillment. A man who has dishonestly seduced a woman should admit his method before doing any selfish damage. If he lacks the courage to do this he should at least try to behave honorably in the future towards the person who he has seduced covertly.

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