If you want to play the Charismatic, here’s how it’s done: “Daily life is harsh, and most of us constantly seek escape from it in fantasies and dreams.
Stars feed on this weakness; standing out from others through a distinctive and appealing style, they make us want to watch them, At the same time, they are vague and ethereal, keeping their distance, and letting us imagine more than is there.
You’re intelligence and dedication to your studies and extra-curriculars was rewarded when you into a good college, when you got a good degree, a good job, promotions and raises, etc – so you’re an extremely eligible bachelor and you should now be rewarded with love, affection, and sex, right? I would also add that because of the focus on achievement, lack of focus on relationships, and extreme cautioning from parents and teachers about things that could “distract” or get you in “trouble,” there’s often a large build-up of sexual shame that has to be dealt with.
This goes back to being too analytical and thinking too much.
Their dreamlike quality works on our unconscious; we are not even aware how much we imitate them.
Learn to become an object of fascination by projecting the glittering but elusive presence of the Star.” – Robert Greene, The Art of Seduction Sure, it’s hard to be a star unless you’re an actor or kinda famous, but we’d be making this post half-baked if we didn’t include The Star.
If you want to learn more about your seducer type don’t forget to check out the inspiration for this post – Robert Greene’s book – The Art of Seduction.