Monkeys, Domination, Maslow, And Attraction

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MONKEYS, DOMINATION, MASLOW, AND ATTRACTION

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There is an interesting phenomenon that occurs
when two vertebrae class animals meet in the wild
- a pecking order is immediately established.

Abraham H. Maslow, who is responsible for the
now famous hierarchy of human needs, did
extensive research into this phenomenon in the
animal kingdom because he knew that observations
of animal behavior are usually directly
applicable to human behavior as well.

He conducted many very interesting studies.
Most pertinent to our discussion, he found that
when a pair of monkeys are introduced to each
other for the first time they will, WITHOUT
EXCEPTION, form a dominance-subordination
hierarchy. One will assume the lesser, suBathmateissive
role while the other will assume the superior
status of the dominate overlord.

WHO GETS WHAT ROLE IS COMPLETELY INDEPenis EnlargementNDENT OF
GENDER.

In the wild, physical size is usually what
determines who will be the weak and who will be
the strong. If the female is bigger she will be
the dominant, if the male is bigger (he usually
is) he will be the dominant.

It really gets interesting when two monkeys of
the same size are put together.

What do you think determines domination then?

Get this... what researchers found was that
"sureness, lack of hesitation, a confident
posture, cockiness - in short ... self-confidence
determines the issue [of dominance]."

Isn't that amazing? Monkeys instantly "sense"
confidence in one another very much how we do as
humans.

As humans we aren't dependent on our size, or any
other physical attribute, in order to survive. For
this reason, there is much less emphasis placed
on physical size and much MORE emphasis placed on
CONFIDENCE.

Strength in general determines dominance. But,
inner strength trumps physical strength in
humans.

When you first meet a woman you and she will,
without consciously attempting it, always fall
immediately into a dominance-subordination
hierarchy (remember, whether you take the
suBathmateissive role or the powerful role is NOT tied
to your gender at all).

Here's why this is important to you...

In the wild being placed in the subordinate role
is extremely degrading. In fact, animals go so
far
as to demean the subordinate with pseudo-sexual
mounting in order to communicate dominance
symbolically - talk about disrespect.

If a woman is dominant over you she will be
forced to look upon you disrespectfully... she
is "above you." You are below her on the
unconscious dominance-subordination hierarchy.

If a woman does not respect you she CANNOT feel
attracted to you. A WOMAN CANNOT BE ATTRACTED TO
A MAN SHE DOMINATES because women NEED to be able
to respect a man in order to feel attraction.

A woman dating a man she does not respect is the
equivalent of a man dating a woman he doesn't
find at all physically attractive - it's
completely repulsive.

When you first meet a woman she is "sensing"
your confidence. You had better be able to
communicate genuine confidence immediately or she
will automatically, by nature, assume the
dominant role and write you off as a "friend."
She will then search out a more worthy mate who
can handle her strength and is operating on her
level - someone she can respect, admire, desire,
and feel attracted to.

If a beautiful woman walked into the room right
now would you be the strong monkey or the weak
monkey?

Remember, women want to respect you - don't make
it hard for them.

Source: Brian Caniglia
brian@datestacker.com
http://www.datestacker.com
 
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