RSS

Beautiful Women

26 Apr

 

If you saw a woman like this, would you know what to do? How in God’s name would you EVER be able to attract her, let alone talk with her?

Here’s the secret.

I learned it from a guy named Rion Williams.

Her beauty is bullshit. That’s it. Simple, right?

These are his exact words:

If you cut through the B.S. exterior of a pretty woman’s faux social persona, she’s just an average girl…

You could say it another way…

There’s inherently nothing different between an average looking girl and a really beautiful one. Deep down they are still a woman and need loving.

~Rion Williams, p.227 “Men’s Guide to Women”

Okay, so what does that mean exactly?

A woman’s beauty is a social construction. We’re taught we’re supposed to put a beautiful woman on a pedestal JUST BECAUSE SHE’S BEAUTIFUL. Just because nature dealt her a decent pair of cards, we have to treat her like she’s some superior being? How ridiculous is that?

Looking beyond her appearance is a HUGE piece in success with women. They’re human beings.

I know it sounds like a cliche that there’s more to a woman than her physical beauty. But it’s true. Her real sexuality isn’t in her makeup or her skimpy swimsuits or the photography tricks.

Her real sexuality comes when she’s in the presence of a man who’s stronger than her feminine beauty. A man who doesn’t need to “possess” her or “get into her pants.” A man who serves a deeper purpose than getting sex or getting women.

So she’s beautiful. Cool. Whatever. Who is she? Is there more to her than her looks? Does she have a positive outlook? Is she curious about things? What kind of person is she? Who is she underneath?

Much like enjoying a beautiful sunset without needing to possess it.

Look past the shining radiance of her beauty. See her as if she were seven years old, before sex complicated everything. When you really get down to it, we all humans want the same thing. We want love. We want to love and be loved in return. Plato taught me that one. Symposium. Socrates’ speech. Check it out. Awesome dialogue.

So, when you talk to her like a HUMAN BEING nothing might happen between the two of you. That’s cool too. You’ll find yourself getting to know a lot more people in the process, and appreciating the fantastic diversity of humankind. And that ain’t such a bad thing.

 
2 Comments

Posted by on April 26, 2012 in Handling Women, Home

 

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 responses to “Beautiful Women

  1. A How To Site On Getting Girls

    April 27, 2012 at 11:58 am

    Wow! I have never heard that Plato dialogue “We want love. We want to be loved in return.” That is very powerful. If you understand human desire and get past the barrier that “beauty” creates. You can definitely be more successful with women.

    I also really like what you said about “man serves a deeper purpose than getting sex.” I think once we make this realization pick-up becomes much easier.

    Thanks for the post. I really enjoyed reading this.

    Like

     
    • renaissan

      May 7, 2012 at 10:22 am

      Thanks man! You’re not going to believe this but I JUST found your comments today in my spam folder. Argh. I really appreciate your comments a lot. Part of the inspiration of this post came from re-reading a FANTASTIC passage from “The Game.” It was about Neil Strauss’s perfect sarge. Remember that part where he picked up an 11 in a Miami club? This is what he said:

      “I needed to let her know that unlike every other guy in the bar, I am not and will not be intimidated by her looks. Beauty to me was now a shit test: It weeded out the losers who got dumbstruck by it.”

      That’s on page 152.

      When I first read “The Game” I was reading it as a story. Great story. Now that I go back and read parts of it, I see there’s so much great wisdom that I totally didn’t pick up on. Thanks again for your great comments.

      Like

       

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: