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My Own Version of the Mystery Method

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I practiced psychology through the use of the mystery method. My wife, a doctor in psychology, hates this blemish on my reputation and fears that I still perform (which I do, but not the same way). It truly is an abomination what Mystery did to a lot of innocent lives, including my own. The difference with me is that I'm an apex anomaly and my fortitude is other worldly.

Anyways, here is my noted system. I call it a method of gaining a strategic advantage (a lot of stuff in the mystery method worked so I kept it). I'd love to hear your thoughts, especially if it requires revision or more work in any way.


Specifically designed to help you achieve a strategic advantage quickly.

The frontal filter consists of- 

DHV  (Demonstration of higher value)
NEG (backhanded compliment)
DLV (demonstration of lower value)
INVESTMENT (Intellectual/emotional/historical/social)

If you should ever catch yourself DLV, forget that behavior immediately. On the other hand, for DHV, remember that.

The 7 known primal categories indicative of a low-value individual are-

Being disgusting
Creating awkward situations
Insulting or abusive behavior
Being scary
Unwillingness to grow, be productive, and change
*Desire to Destroy (in contention)

The 2 primal categories that are there by default or result from the right amount of DLV's-
No time investment
No interest

In most cases this is not your fault and not your problem so try to recover swiftly.

2nd point of contact-
The decision tree

The decision tree directs your attention to the proper response given the input. It could take your attention to the Primal triggers of attraction or to the Strategic Advantage System.

Primal Triggers of Attraction-

Protector of loved ones 
Willingness to emote 
Leader of men 
Polite Commander 

The unspoken and oftentimes dangerous and risky Primal Trigger of Attraction is-
Willingness to walk away

Strategic Advantage System-
There are 5 known mutually exclusive paths for a relationship to go after you achieve attraction. Those paths are as follows-
Build comfort- leads to seduction.
Build likability- leads to popularity.
Build rapport- leads to respect.
Diplomacy- leads to civility.
Poor behavior- leads to poor unacceptable/unwelcome response. 

People typically have a default Strategic Advantage System. Mine is likability. It doesn't take any effort to achieve that for me, hence default.

Beyond that, there are the stipulations.

The 4 to 10 hour rule- 
the System must be played out and lead to a final result in the Strategic Advantage System within 4 to 10 hours of interaction with your interlocutor. If you achieve this before 4 hours it indicates that your dealing with a fool. After 10 hours and it's going to be very difficult to recover; it's a guarantee that you will never achieve alpha status.

The 3 second rule-
Speak to your target within 3 seconds of them being aware of your existence. I, personally, hate this but also know the power of using it. All the cells in your body will be screaming no, but in most cases it results in the system just being easier to pull off.

Plausible Deniability-
Always let them have this. Create it for them and yourself in any way possible because it's the best defense mechanism you can have barring brilliant coping skills. If you're trying to build rapport and achieve respect, tone this down tremendously. 

LMR (Last Minute Resistance)-
You'll get this pretty often, especially when you're trying to seduce your target. The trick is that if you sense that it will happen (it's not easily predicted) then you have to beat them to it. You be the one demonstrating LMR. If you do that then they won't, which gives you a work around in order to achieve your strategic advantage.

Never contradict yourself and never behave in a way that is abnormal and/or goes against your moral code, standards, and core beliefs. Please note that sometimes you have to step outside of your comfort zone as well to acquire desirable and strategic behaviors. This process may result in momentary incongruence. It is usually short lived but it really depends on your ability to adapt. If you're going to step out of your comfort zone, do it in a place that is inconsequential to your day to day life. Very important. 

It's also very important that you learn as quickly as possible how to not give a f and identify that most things just aren't a big deal. You have to believe it and it has to be congruent with your behavior. This is the most powerful advantage you will have in any situation so I suggest that you internalize it ASAP and practice it pragmatically. It needs to become pervasive and redundant for the best results.


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