This is useful for women who feel that they need tactics to regain a guy’s interest. If he's always losing interest and you need to use the tactics that I teach, will it be feasible in the long run for you to keep making him jealous whenever he loses interest?
A lot of people believe that what I teach is meant to make a guy love you. It's really not the case. What I teach are tactics that allow you to bring out what's already inside of him.
You could get him interested in you short-term, but there's a mystery about getting him to love you. I can only show you how to bring out the love that's already inside of him.
You can’t create it in him. It has to already be there.
It's not that you made him love you, but that you allowed him to love you. You removed any emotional blocks and the neediness that hinders you.
To expect that every guy is going to love you means that you have a very unrealistic expectation about how relationships work.
If the guy repeatedly loses interest in you then that means he is just not interested. What you're creating is just temporary attraction. He keeps coming back to you because you hurt is ego.
Love doesn't come from the ego. Love comes from openness. It comes from a lack of ego. You're accepting the person without projecting your own image of yourself onto him.
Only use jealousy in small doses. If jealousy and tactics are your primary ways to get a guy interested then you're doing it the wrong way.
The most important thing to do to get a guy to love you is to first love yourself. Become present in the moment and open yourself up to your pain. Connect with yourself at the level of pain, not at the level of pleasure.
Become aware of all the things you‘re suppressing. When you do that, you open yourself up for everyone. The reason why you’re closed to relationships is not because you’re open to pleasure, but because you’re closed to pain. Open yourself up to pain.
Suddenly, you're not afraid to fail. You're not afraid to go from relationship to relationship without losing your sense of self.
That's important. You have to drop a relationship and go into the other not because you find comfort in the next relationship but because you're ok with letting go.
We discuss this in greater detail in my course.... click here.