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Introduction To Story Telling

Author: Neil Strauss

There are four kinds of stories that I tell to get them into desired state...

1. Stories that encourage and bring out the attributes that I want them to have. In other words, stories about living in the moment, about living for your bliss, about not being controleld by others expectations, about doing things for the now, about how we are only alive for such a short time and any time you are thinking about the future or the past, you are wasting the present.

2. Also, stories about something that I was doing, told very passionately. Listen, if you are a computer programmer, you CAN talk about CODE and get laid. You just MUST speak about it with excitement and passion and enthusiasm and confidence. Try it: talk about repairing a doorknob, and just hold court. Just talk and talk and talk, with total energy, excitement, seriousness, and passion, and KNOW that she is listening and enjoying it. You'll see her just trance out and go DDB, because she'll just start watching your lips move and think about wanting to kiss you.

3. Sexual stories, about something I did or a friend did. Like the time I was with a gf in Paris, and we went to a sex show for fun. And the two people on stage were just so boring and not into it. We were thinking how WE were so much sexier. So we had an idea. My gf asked the manager if it was okay if WE went up on stage. We gave someone our camera, and went up on stage, and totally gave this live sex show in front of all these people. I still can't believe we did it, but I have the photos. I like being with people like that, where together you bring out each other's adventurous side and even surprise yourself with what you're capable of. (This is the short version of the story, but as I tell it, I make sure she can really imagine it, and I leave the RIGHT parts vague so that she can fill it in with her own imagination and experience.)

4. These are my favorites lately: metaphorical stories that make a point at the end. Mystery 's Ant Farm story is like that. Usually, there will be a specific reason why I tell one of these, at a specific time. Like this one, from Milan Kundera: "One day, a man and a woman meet -- two melancholy, lonely people. They like one another and secretly hope to join their lives together. All they need is the chance to be alone for a moment and say so. Finally one day they find themselves unobserved in a wood where they have come to gather mushrooms. Ill at ease, they are silent, knowing that the moment is upon them and they must not let it slip by. The silence has already lasted rather a long while when the woman suddenly, "involuntarily, reflexively," starts to talk about mushrooms. Then silence again, and the man casts about for a way to declare himself, but instead of speaking of love, "on some unexpected impulse" he too talks about mushrooms. On the way home they go on discussing mushrooms, powerless and desperate, for never, they know it, never will they speak of love. Back at the house, the man tells himself that he did not declare his love because of the memory of his dead mistress, which he cannot betray. But we know perfectly well: It is a false excuse he invokes only to console himself. Console himself? Yes. Because we can resign ourselves to losing a love for a reason. We would never forgive ourselves for losing it for no reason at all."

Neil Strauss

Neil Strauss aka Style author of The Game which follows his development from a guy who was hopeless with women to become one of the greatest pick up artist in the seduction community. His book gave many men hope that they could do the same and hence learn how to become irresistible to women. He started learning pick up with the mystery method.

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