from her secret attraction diary
The Art of Attraction
“If you do not attract what you want to be, you will be what you are forever.” – Ankur Sancheti
The definition of Attraction is: The act or power; he quality; magnetic charm; fascination; allurement; enticement: the subtle attraction of personality. A person that draws, attracts, allures, or entices. It is the characteristic of quality that provides pleasure and attractive features. In Physics it is the electric or magnetic force that acts between oppositely charged bodies, tending to draw them together.
“The Art of Attraction is simply the people and things we are attracted to. It tells us a lot about ourselves; after all aren’t we ourselves about our own attraction.” This is important because we all want to be desired and attractive and attracted to our future mates. It helps us define who we are and the type of person I want to be attracted to as well as they being attracted to you.” With all the virtual and online dating and relationships, the laws of attraction allow us to influence the kind of person we want to attract.
The creator of “Power Law of Attraction, Ankur Sancheti says;” The power to attract others comes we achieve the art of attracting others to us. Generally there are two the types of attraction and could be separated into two main categories: The calm, predictable and ‘comfortable’ type or the passionate; unpredictable and ‘unfathomable’ type. Each of us have an idea which one matches our own personality.”
“Thoughts and attraction are preset residual outcomes of the past thoughts or attractions. In other words we in present are the manifestation of our past or recent thoughts or attractions. “The cause and effect works when we are in present is caused by our past thoughts. The fact is we are armed us with the power to manifest what we badly want, by attracting them in present. If we dream it, want it and think it…then we can become what we so desire.
The foundation of attraction is personality. It’s the ease of mind and body which reflect a sense of inner calm and well-being. The amount of composure possessed by a submissive slave to her dominant can be measured by the maturity of her behavior, and by the integration of her reaction to various social situations.
Controlled grace and self-confidence are directly proportional to hones ability to substitute mental objectivity to be less centered on the self. Objectivity allows us to naturally to have feelings of fear, grief, pain, anger, jealousy…. We then recognize them and don’t others to cause a lack of control that’s annoying or confusing to others but the willingness to submit to others free will. Relationships are give and take.
Lovely people with good backgrounds too crave human physical strong emotions of lust and desire. To feel it we have all been taught if it is not “mission style” when it comes to sex; then it is wrong. This is not so, it is just that things we do not understand we tend to be afraid of. Instead we need not be allowed to destroy/disrupt our composure or thinking to get in the way of our happiness. A person who does allow these emotions to control their thinking and behavior could be considered as immature.
We all desire to maintain a good attitude toward LIFE itself. It reflects all the events of our lifetime. The inherited family characteristics combined with certain environmental factors shape our own personalities. Everyone desires good health, to be associated with intelligent people, to maintain a pleasant home life, to be to be thoughtful of others and to be properly self-sufficient. The people we attract and that are attracted to us help guide our relationships throughout our entire lives