Why learning to stay in the present moment will improve your sexual experiences, dating success and create attraction. Why getting into your head and thinking too much can cause you to lose your erection, become unsure of yourself and act in ways that seem unnatural, awkward and weird to women; this will ruin their attraction to you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. One of them is struggling to keep his erection during sex even though nothing is physically wrong. He actually went to his doctors to make sure and they gave him a clean bill of health. He basically has performance anxiety. Another viewer is struggling to stay in the present moment and enjoy his dates. One of them has been out on two dates with a woman, but now she says she can’t see him for a month because she is too busy. He knows it means she has low interest, but she still contacts him several times per week and he is unsure of what it means.
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“In life it’s always best to focus your intentions on staying in and living in the present moment. After all, the only moment that exists is right now. When we get into our heads and start thinking about the future and what may or may not happen, we engage in a mental mind fuck that causes us to say and do things out of fear, instead of letting things happen and simply enjoying them for the gifts that they are. When we get into our heads and worry about the future and what could go wrong, we actually create a vibration that makes what we fear happen. This can lead to dates that were going well going sideways, creeping the other person out, inability to perform sexually and unnecessary rejection.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne