These are eight nonverbal sexual cues you want to practice and develop as habit for bypassing a woman’s critical, judging mind and sexually stimulating her limbic.
Nonverbal Cue #1: Voice tonality
Follow the TREV system. The tempo, resonance and volume of your voice are some of the most important factors in creating sexual rapport with women. The words you say to a woman are not so important as HOW you say them and HOW you project yourself. The woman’s limbic brain is sexually stimulated based on the nonverbal you, not your words.
If you have a resonant, sultry, sexy voice, women will often become sexually intrigued as soon as you open your mouth. The sound of your voice alone can change her state from neutral to captive and intrigue. What you say CAN affect the outcome of creating sexual rapport; but it is much more important to learn to sound good.
Nonverbal Cue #2: Smiling
Smiling shows her that you’re a friendly, open person whose approachable. Smiling is infectious and it will make her smile and feel good and comfortable around you. Smiling alone will open people wide up to you in ways they normally would never have otherwise.
To improve your smile, practice smiling in the mirror. Walk across the room and as you do so, visualize a woman walking toward you and giving her a big open smile. Visit a bunch of drugstores and grocery stores and practice smiling to the sales clerk.
Nonverbal Cue #3: The soft playful walking smile
Since you can’t go around all the time with a big open smile on your face, use the soft playful walking smile to generally project a good mood and to use as a springboard to launch into a big open smile when the time comes.
At first at your work or school or a public place like the mall, practice in 30 minute sessions the playful walking smile where the corners of your lips are just slightly upturned… it should come just slightly through on your face. Then practice the playful walking smile for the entire day.
Nonverbal Cue #4: Body language
Move deliberately. Don’t make unnecessary or jerky movements. Don’t look around the room too much or have shifty eyes. Move in a measured and controlled fashion, slowly and deliberately with purpose.
Spend time in a public place and purposely slow yourself down, slow yourself down as if you were covered with sticky glue.
Also, keep an open posture which shows you’re an open, friendly person. Uncross your arms, keep your hands apart and keep an open stance with your legs. Notice throughout the day when you’re posture is closed off and correct it.
And, stand up straight. Press your heels, butt, shoulders and head firmly against a wall so that you stand straight a number of times throughout the day.
Nonverbal Cue #5: Touch
Touch sends direct signals to a woman’s pleasure center. Touch releases powerful sexual hormones into a woman’s body. For initial casual touching, touch a woman on the arm, knee, shoulder, or back when she laughs or when you make a point to emphasize something or to express agreement. Brief touches at first are best. Another way to initiate touch is with a handshake when you exchange names.
Nonverbal Cue #6: Scent
Women have a much better sense of smell than men do. So keep clean. Shower once in the morning and one after exercising. Keep your armpits, wear bacteria like to grow, shaved. Wear a deodorant or antiperspirant. Brush, floss, and use a mouthwash to keep that mouth smelling good. And to smell better than clean, take advantage cologne.
Nonverbal Cue #7: Physical Intrusion into intimate space
Most acquaintances keep a normal, social distance from each other, about 18 inches to 4 feet away. However, people have an invisible boundary around them that marks off their intimate space… cutting just slightly over that boundary can create sexual sparks. Get close enough to a woman to create a heightened sense of physical intimacy but not so close to make her object.
And the more rapport you build with her, the more you can continue into her intimate space. As an exercise to get a sense of where people’s boundaries are, have a friend stand in place as you walk closer and closer to them. Have them tell you when they start to feel uncomfortable or when you’re too close. This is where their intimate space begins.
Nonverbal Cue #8: Eye contact
When speaking to a woman, don’t dart your eyes around. Look directly into her eyes and linger there. Continue to hold her gaze through the silences. When you do look away, do so reluctantly.
And the more nonverbal sexual cues you can learn to work together and stack upon one another, the more reliably you’ll create sexual rapport with women… the more reliably you’ll be able to trigger heated sexual responses from them.