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Art of Seduction (Summary)

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Based On Robert Greene's Book - The Art Of Seduction. In this Book, Robert Greene shows how Seduction and Love are calculated rather than just a random process. Seducers are Master Manipulators. They are Dangerous and can control people however they want if people got under their spell. Robert Greene is an excellent author and we recommend you to buy his book "The Art of Seduction". The book profiles nine types of seducers (with an additional profile for an "anti-seducer") and eighteen types of victims. Greene uses examples from historical figures such as Cleopatra, Giacomo Casanova, Duke Ellington, and John F. Kennedy to support the psychology behind seduction. The book contains 24 seduction techniques. Greene saw The Art of Seduction as the logical follow-up to The 48 Laws of Power since seduction is "about power and manipulation as much as it is about romance, about how to make someone fall under your spell." Part I: Seductive Characters #1. Sirens #2. The Rake #3. Charmer #4. Charismatic #5. Ideal Lover #6. Dandies #7. Naturals #8. Coquettes #9. Stars #Anti-seducers The 18 Types of Seducer Victims Part 2: The Seductive Process Phase I: Separation #1 Choose the Right Victim #2 Create a False Sense of Security—Approach Indirectly #3 Send Mixed Signals #4 Appear to Be an Object of Desire—Create Triangles #5 Create a Need—Stir Anxiety and Discontent #6 Master the Art of Insinuation #7 Enter Their Spirit #8 Create Temptation Phase II – lead astray #9 Keep Them in Suspense—What Comes Next? #10 Use the Demonic Power of Words to Sow Confusion #11 Pay Attention to Detail #12 Poeticize Your Presence #13 Disarm Through Strategic Weakness and Vulnerability #14 Confuse Desire and Reality—The Perfect Illusion #15 Isolate the Victim Phase III – The Precipice #16 Prove Yourself #17 Effect a Regression #18 Stir Up the Transgressive and Taboo #19 Use Spiritual Lures #20 Mix Pleasure with Pain Phase IV – Moving In for the Kill First #21 Give Them Space to Fall—The Pursuer Is Pursued #22 Use Physical Lures #23 Master the Art of the Bold Move #24 Beware the Aftereffects Appendix A: Seductive Environment/Seductive Time Appendix B: Soft Seduction: How to Sell Anything to the Masses

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Last update was at May 02, 2021and the current version is 3.5.

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