What do women want?
Really, take a few moments and think about it.
And here’s a clue… it’s NOT love.
But, guess what? If you ask any woman what she wants in a man, she’ll say–
“I want a man who loves me.” Or,
“I want someone who understands me, cares for me, and loves me for who I am.” Or,
“I want warmth, affection, passion and love.”
It’s love, love and more love, right?
And you know what? Love is not what a woman truly wants. I know this sounds surprising, and yet it’s true. And I’m going to prove it to you.
Before we get into that, let’s think about what we men want instead. So, let me ask you this. What do you want in a relationship?
If you answer love, think again.
You don’t want love.
I’m sticking my neck out here to say this, but here’s the truth–
Just like women, men don’t want love.
Shogun Method founder Derek Rake once told me:
“Fredo, from the thousands of men I’ve coached since 2015, I came to this one startling conclusion. It’s not love that men want. It’s power.”
Men want power.
In fact, everything a man does revolves around power. I mean, think about it. What’s masculinity but a manifestation of strength, virility and raw power?
This reminds me of a famous Shogun Method saying–
“A man’s troubles stem from his powerlessness.”
And what’s the other word for powerlessness? Impotence.
Can you imagine how unhappy you are if you’re impotent with your woman? There’s nothing worse, right?
Love is great, sure, but if you’re powerless over your woman, your life will be horrible. Because trust me, man, I’ve been there. So, I know how it feels.
You know, sometimes I look back at my pre-Shogun days and remember the one shitty relationship I once had. My girlfriend at that time… well, let’s just call her Miss Kunty. Miss Kunty, well, she didn’t respect me that much. She’d shit-test me everyday and humiliate me in front of her girl friends. She loved calling my three-year-old nephew “you little turd” and kicking my baby chihuahua. She did all that because she knew I was powerless against her.
And yet, you know what? I don’t hate Miss Kunty at all, because she also suffered in the end. After all, I dumped her at her own birthday party in front of her mom, so that was somewhat humiliating I guess. I remembered letting rip a loud, victorious fart on the way out and so that was the icing on her ugly birthday cake. You should see the look on her stupid mom’s face when I did that. I felt like a king afterward.
Remember… you don’t want love. You want power.
How about women, though? What do they truly want?
Well, we can find the answer in Shogun Method’s S/P Theory. (Robert: read this as S.P. Theory)
This theory digs deep into human psychology and proves we don’t want love, but something else. The P in the name refers to POWER–that’s what men want. The S in the name refers to what women want.
What do you think S stands for?
Sense of humor?
OK, so, here’s what S in the S/P Theory stands for:
Did you guess that right?
Now, here’s something most people don’t know or understand…
A woman doesn’t start a relationship for love.
When a woman agrees to be your girlfriend or wife, she’s not doing for love. She’s doing it for surety.
In other words, the only time a woman commits to a relationship is to feel secure.
I mean, what’s a marriage? It’s a commitment enforced by law, ruled by societal expectations.
In a traditional marriage, the man is expected to provide for the woman, keep her from hunger and protect her from harm. It’s about security. It’s not about love.
And here’s the other thing. When a woman gets married, she calls it settling down.
What does that mean, really?
Well, it means she is giving up the fun and frolic of being single, settling for a safe and secure life with a male provider. She’s exchanging freedom for security.
Again, she’s not doing for it love.
And here’s the funny thing…
When a woman leaves a man, what does she usually tell the world?
“I don’t love him anymore.”
That’s, of course, false. The real reason is he doesn’t give her enough security.
Now, here’s the important thing to understand…
The pendulum also swings the other way. When a woman feels excessively secure with a man, guess what happens?
Excessive security leads to boredom, staleness, banality…
…and guess what? These are the ingredients of a relationship going to the dogs.
What Shogun Method’s S/P Theory tells us is that there’s a sweet spot in the security spectrum.
Too much security is as bad as too little security. She must feel secure enough to commit to you, but not overly secure that she’ll misbehave or disrespect you.
Finding that sweet spot can be hard, but again, Shogun Method provides the answer.
The trick is NOT to nail that sweet spot, but to fluctuate between the two extremes. Pamper her one day, ignore her the next. Be a docile little puppy one day, and a snarly asshole the next.
The idea is to mess with her mind so she can’t understand what the fuck’s going on. You’re putting her on an emotional roller coaster–up in ecstasy one day only to plunge into despair the next. It’s exhilarating, it’s depressing… and it’s addictive.
In Shogun Method, we call this psychological phenomenon Fractionation. It’s about controlling women’s minds by putting them on psychological roller coasters.
Women have an inborn addiction to emotional roller coasters. To the female psyche, they are near impossible to resist. And if you have the ability to put women on emotional roller coasters, you’ll be impossible to resist to them.
Now that you’ve reached this point, congratulations. You now know more about how relationships work than 99% of guys out there. So, well done.
This knowledge is valuable, and I want to make sure you miss nothing. So here’s the summary of what we’ve covered in this guidance in three easy points.
One. Men and women want different things from a relationship. And it’s NOT love.
Two. So, what do we want in a relationship? The answer is simple. Men want POWER. Women want SECURITY. And that’s Shogun Method’s S/P Theory in a nutshell.
Three. To have power, a man should fluctuate the feeling of security he provides to his woman. To secure a woman’s devotion, he must put her on emotional roller coasters. Inside Shogun Method, we call this Fractionation.
Got all that?
Good. Now, here’s the slightly tricky thing…
Few men know how to put women on emotional roller coasters. For most of us guys, it’s not something intuitive or natural. Fractionation is a technique that we have got to learn and practice to master. I won’t kid you… it’s kinda hard.
As Derek Rake would say, Fractionation is not a silver bullet. Shogun Method is not a silver bullet. This is hard shit, and for a good reason. I mean, there’s nothing worthwhile that’s easy in life, is there? No, right?
And to make things somewhat complicated, the knowledge of true Fractionation is hidden. I mean, it makes sense, right? After all, we are talking about mind control and male dominance here. While it’s 100% the truth, it’s not exactly politically correct, feminist-friendly material.
That’s not all. There are fake gurus out there who claim they are experts at Fractionation. And it’s hard to tell the real deal from the scammers.
So, here’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to show you where it all started–so you can learn direct from the original source.
In the Masterclass, you’ll get first-hand Fractionation knowledge straightfrom Derek Rake. I mean, who else to learn Fractionation from but Derek Rake, right? This is the original, single malt, pristine Fractionation knowledge you want.
Now, imagine this. You’re holding in your hand a device that looks like a gun. Point it at a woman, shoot it, and boom! She gets emotionally addicted to you. What are you going to do with it?
You can trust Fractionation to do the job for you. But first, you gotta learn it. And the best resource is the original Shogun Method Online Masterclass. Click here or go directly to FractionationHypnosis.com.
See you at the Masterclass. Remember, we Shoguns are rooting for you.