Energy is irresistible. Anything and everything that's in motion is exciting to us. People who are in motion are exciting to us. Energy is motion. Energy is activity. Energy is exciting!
When someone calls you 'energetic', they don't mean that you can make a light bulb glow by screwing it into your mouth. In a practical sense, they mean that you are exciting.
Really, think about it. Isn't energy seriously attractive?
Don't tell me that it's not stimulating to drive a fast car. Or to be with an energetic person.
Everyone, it seems, if they're not energetic themselves, wants to at least be around an energetic person... because they're so damn fun!
I've developed a great, easy technique to give you an irresistible dose of energy daily. Very importantly, it also enhances your physical presence. It'll enhance how you physically deal with the world... how you 'hold' yourself, and physically present yourself. It'll positively effect your posture, and what messages you're communicating with your body.
This technique is simple, easy to learn, and fun to do -- especially after you first try it. Now, it involves physical exercise. But not a lot! In fact, it's only a 1-2 minute block of exercise. That's it! 1-2 minutes! You get it's effects by the special combination of exercise you're doing, and perhaps most importantly, when you do it.
One way I remind myself to do it is by placing a post-it note at every exit in my home. It just says 'irresistible energy'. I see it every time I leave my house, and I am reminded to do it. It works great.
If you put up post it notes, after a while, you'll notice that your behavior starts to become a habit. Then you won't need the notes anymore. But they're great to get you started.
If you dislike exercise, instead of calling this an exercise block, make a point to call it the 'irresistible energy block', as I do. This avoids negative connotations exercise might bring to mind, allowing you to focus on the more positive aspects that you will be experiencing.
For me, at least, any and all forms of physical exercise, or hell, even physical movement of any kind *heh*, are far easier when I follow the information outlined in Secret #3 and Secret #4. I think they might make it easier for your cells to use oxygen.
I remember several years back, a few days after I had moved to Denver, I had to go to the hospital for something... and they gave me a test to see how efficiently I was using oxygen. Denver is very high above sea level, and the air is thin, so a lot of people -- especially visitors and newer residents-- have a hard time adapting to that. My oxygen intake, they told me, was about equivalent to someone who had already been there a year. They had a hard time believing it, especially since, at that time, I wasn't exactly in the best of shape. But I was using all of the cutting edge nutritional information in secrets #3 and #4, which may very well provide the best explanation for it.
Another fantastic way to catapult yourself into an assertive, energetic mood is a morning and after-work run… just 10-15 minutes in the morning can transform your whole day, and 10-15 minutes after work. A short run can transform your night time from a boring lull time where you only want to watch TV, to an exciting night LIFE, where you’re a born again maker of good times.
I've gotten responses from some readers defending what appear to be 'fat ass' tendencies. I'll deal with the two main forms of resistance I've seen.
First, I don't care if you're a brainiac and hate exercise. This isn't typical exercise. Nor is it a merely physical exercise. It's an exercise in transforming your life. It's going to help you be irresistible to the opposite sex, and really, towards anybody. Remember, brainiacs, your brain is encased in and supported by your body. A little physical activity will significantly increase your degree of mental activity, as well as irresistibly enhance the mood you project. It's hard to move your body around a bit and not get actively happy and excited.
Second, a few people, women mostly, have written in with an objection like the above, but arguing more about what seems to be a 'spiritual' side of how relationships 'should be'. This is probably due to the prevalence of popular material on attracting a 'soulmate'.
Now, for those folks, when it comes to the 'Irresistible Energy Block', I don't care if you're super spiritual, and somehow want a 'soulmate' to touch your soul instead of your body. I can't comment on spiritual realities, but I will say that, at least at this very moment, you are having a physical experience in a physical body. If you ignore that body, you're a moron who's selling yourself short. Being physical does not mean you're not also being spiritual. Get off your spiritual ass, take care of all aspects of yourself, and, at minimum, perform the exercise as described above. Consider it a spiritual energy block, if you must! Increasing your energy and presence in no way invalidates connecting with people on a deeper level. If anything, it makes you more capable of doing so, and adds to to the experience immeasurably.