Connect and Make Her Fall in Love with You

How To Connect With The Person You Most Desire...

Once you determine who you have the strongest desire to be with, I’m going to show you several ways to attract them, get them interested in you, then form a strong connection with them. You’ll also learn how to overcome that sometimes awkward “getting to know you” stage.

Before you begin to connect with someone, it helps to know the 12 stages of courtship

When we meet someone we're attracted to, a dance gets started. Every animal on the face of the earth - yes, including humans, have a mating ritual, or a courtship dance if you will.

There are 12 stages of human courtship, and sometimes they take place over many months, and in some cases even a day or hours.

They are:

- Eye to body- We see people at a distance, and sum up their sex, size, shape, age, coloring, status and mood and quickly determine them as desirable or undesirable. If they seem interesting to us, we then move to the next phase

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How to make a strong connection with someone you desire...

To truly connect with someone, you need to first like them and trust them - and vice versa. There are a number of ways you can make this happen, consciously and unconsciously.

It's difficult to adequately cover in depth the many ways in a short article, but I'll touch lightly on each one. I go into more detail in the training. You can connect through body language, similar interests, past lovers and crushes, levels of disclosure...

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How to plan a successful first encounter

In this chapter, you’re going to learn the importance of the first impression you make when you first meet a potential lover, because each following impression you make can be interpreted and magnified in a positive or negative way, depending upon your first impression.

It’s also extremely important to realize that others, especially women, are extremely sensitive to reading every micro expression on your face and every micro movement you make. This recognition is experienced and processed at the deepest levels of our subconscious minds, and we all have a tendency to instinctively react and respond to the vibes we experience from others.

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How to attract and seduce with body language

It's not what you say but how you say it that commands interest and attention. Dr. Joyce Brothers writes, 'Less than 10 percent of what we communicate to other people is conveyed by words. About 35 percent comes from the way we speak, the tone of voice, whether we mumble or shout. The other 55 percent comes from body movements and facial expressions.'

A great deal of our personality is expressed in non-verbal ways. So many of us hide the best side of ourselves because of our inability to speak with emotion or use our body language properly. Evangelists and politicians are experts at this. They know how to stimulate, excite and command the attention from their audiences.

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How to communicate to create interest and desire on the first date

In this article, I'm going to let you know how to mentally prepare for fascinating, playful fun and flirtatious conversation on a first date, and how to direct the flow of conversation so you don't end up making it sound like a job interview.

Prior to Jay Leno introducing his guests on the set, he asks them to think of a recent funny, exciting, profound or interesting incident that happened to them, and he then he sets it up to start out the interview.

You should do the same. Think in advance about how you’re going to set it up in the conversation. I’m sure you’ve got your own stories, but here’s a few that I’ve used before with great success. For example, one of the first things you will probably be asked is – “How are you?”

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Topics you absolutely, positively most certainly want to avoid on the first date

If you want to make a good first impression, there are certain things you want to avoid at all costs. If they are important to you, you can bring them up at a later time, but if you want to there to be a second date, here's what you avoid talking about:

1. Murder, famine, plague, death, government corruption etc.

2. Past relationships - his, hers, or any of your friends

3. Politics or religion

4. Your possessions, how much money you have or don't have

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How to make them fantasize about you

Is there a song that reminds you of someone or some event that happened in the past every time you hear it? Has someone ever given you something that you use or have around on a regular basis that when you pick it up or look at it - it reminds you or makes you think of them?

There are lots of very inexpensive gifts or items that you can give someone that can create the aura of your presence even when you're not there. It can even be something that you've said.

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