Why being indifferent to what you want and who you want in a way that communicates you could take it or leave it, creates sexual attraction and causes other people to highly value you, your time and what you have to offer.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who is getting great results applying what I teach. He was shocked at how quickly a woman was ready to have sex with him on only their second date. The reality is that most women sleep with men on the 2nd or 3rd date. It’s a great email to discuss because we discuss the subtle nuances of maintaining your sexual desire, emotional center, self-control, and remaining indifferent and unattached to any outcome. That’s what’s so powerful about having an unattached mindset. You can just relax and allow the seduction to slowly happen instead of trying to make it happen.
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“Great opportunities and lovers tend to come into our lives when we are not looking for them. We may have a desire, but the difference is that we are indifferent to what ever shows up. We are receptive and unconditionally accepting of any possibility. When you want someone, you should express your desire with positive expectation that you will get what you want, but are just as happy and content to not get it. Why? To react harshly or be disappointed would be communicating that you really don’t feel you deserve what you want. Therefore, the universe will conform to your belief and send you people and circumstances that match and mirror your expectations. Being indifferent is like swimming with the current. You are simply along for the ride and enjoy where it takes you. Being attached to an outcome or person you want is like swimming upstream. You’ll only wear yourself out and drown, thereby missing the gift of an effortless journey with people and circumstances that want you also.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne