Recently I delivered a tele-class on the true meaning of the word seduction. After five years of teaching at the School of Charm and Cheek, I have to say, this was the hardest curriculum I've ever had to create. The reason: seduction is a great many things, but straightforward is not one of them. In my experience, there is no way to describe this intricate art in five words or less. Seduction is like a diamond: at first what looks like a hundred prisms explode into a million when held up to the light.
Here are a few of the highlights from the class:
- Seduction is the power to attract what you truly want.
- Seduction is a practice in surrendering to the fact that what you want but do not have, has yet to seduce you.
- Seduction is a practice in restraint, saying yes only to the things you truly, truly want, and saying a firm definitive no to that which you do not want.
- Seduction is the ability to be in the present moment - to enjoy and SAVOR every moment of an experience, not just the culmination of a goal.
- Seduction is coming to terms with the fact that even though something might look perfect and sound perfect, if it doesn't feel perfect, it's not the right fit.
- Seduction is the practice of surrendering only to that which truly seduces you, even if that means turning something else down at least 25 times.
- Seduction is a practice in trusting yourself. Taking the risk of saying yes to what you truly want with enthusiasm and gusto, without questioning it or doubting it. It is also taking the risk of saying no, trusting that by saying no what you really want will appear when you are ready to receive it.
Seduction does not require T&A.
Seduction takes guts.
Seduction takes smarts.
Seduction requires trusting the voices inside of you, rather than the voices outside of you.
Seduction is a spiritual practice.
Seduction is a way of life.
This just barely scratches the surface of how deep we delve into this sacred art form in Seduction Is A Spiritual Practice. November 30 & December 1st. This will be the last time I deliver this course in 2012.