Best NLP seduction
NLP Seduction is an entire art on its own. If you have a thorough understanding of NLP, seduction is a straightforward process. Some suggest that using NLP for seduction is unethical, and that we shouldn't use "mind control" for seduction, but I strongly disagree. Everyone who attempts seduction is using some form of mind control whether they know it or not. Buying flowers, wearing cologne, even having dinner with someone has far deeper psychological connections than you may expect, and are forms of mind control.
What? Am I suggesting that something as simple as a man buying flowers for a woman is a form of mind control? Yes, I am, and I'll tell you why. It's not just the fact that the woman is associating "being presented with flowers" with the arrival of the man. She is associating the pleasant smell of the rose with the man. Unlike most senses, smell goes directly to our limbic system which stores memory and is the seat of emotions. The man is essentially saying "Here's a rose, BANG, now when you remember me, you remember a PLEASANT SMELL and the emotion of being PLEASED by that smell." - You don't think it consciously. But your subconscious is 100% aware of that association.
Plus, if someone has already made up their mind about you, it extremely difficult to turn around. For example, you cannot get someone who rates you as a "1" to rate you as a "10" just with some clever NLP. You cannot make a woman who hates you suddenly take off all her clothes and ravage you with NLP. Not even hypnosis can do that. But you can turn someone from a "4" to a "7", or from an "I don't think so" to a "yes please!" - Make sense?
I am going to write about the entire NLP seduction process from start to finish. For sake of argument, I'm going to write from the perspective of a man trying to seduce a woman - although everything works both ways! When there are fundamental differences between the mind of a man and a woman, I will explain. But essentially, everyone thinks exactly the same way, because our brains are pretty much identical.