Seduction is not about the culmination or gratification of desire, it is about the thrill of the desire itself. It is the game that is played as the desire comes closer, and closer, and closer, and being able to maintain that tension of wanting for a long, long time.
The key to seduction is to slow things down and one of the most seductive things in the entire World is the ability to say ‘NO’.
Seduction is a game of psychology, not beauty, and it is within the grasp of any person to become a master at the game.
Most people have dreams in their youth that get shattered or worn down with age. They find themselves disappointed by people, events, reality, which can not match their youthful ideals. Ideal lovers thrive on people’s broken dreams, which become lifelong fantasies.
The ideal lover reflects your fantasy. He is an artist in creating the illusion you require, idealizing your portrait. In a World of disenchantment, there is limitless seductive power in following the path of the ideal lover.
Most of us feel trapped within the limited roles that the World expects us to play. We are instantly attracted to those who are more fluid, ambiguous than we are – those who create their own persona, those who excite us because they can not be categorized, and hint at a freedom we want for ourselves.
They play with masculinity and femininity; they fashion their own physical image; they are mysterious and elusive. They appeal to the narcissism of each sex: to a woman they are psychologically female, to a man they are male.