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  • Mike January 26, 2017, 12:37 pm

    You start like most people, on the outside, looking into something exciting, beautiful but possibly dangerous. But, unlike most people, you feel the urge, the pull, to go beyond your usual boundaries that make you feel safe so you can have that passion, adventure and excitement. You start to believe you, and only you can handle it. Will you listen to the part of you that stops most people, the part that wants to play it safe. or that part of you that is emerging that will take the chance of going after that unpredictable passion that you are starting to, right now, believe you, and only you, are ready to experience.

  • Plamen January 26, 2017, 2:39 pm

    I think it’s all about appearance, is a comparison between woman in real life, they seem dangerous, inaccessible, (a nice woman, obviously) and how are they in bed, at the time you go inside the cage they will eat you, so a nice alpha man can properly pet them and make them purr for him in bed.
    Sorry for my english Ross , I’m sure you understood me 😀
    Best Regards.
    Plamen.

  • Oliver Melicherčík January 27, 2017, 1:50 am

    That “purr for me and only for me, ummm” part, the sudden switch to linking it to yourself will probably create confusion, but maby that’s the point, as a sort of pattern-interrupt? Or am I totally missing the point?

  • Vic D January 27, 2017, 6:03 am

    There is the theme of fascination and fear. A good theme to unlock the wild side side in her. A good combination for her to feel the arousal.

  • Ross Jeffries January 27, 2017, 11:09 am

    Please continue to comment. I will review them and make my decision Monday. If you’re reading this and comments are still open on this post, there’s still time 🙂

  • Dave January 27, 2017, 12:22 pm

    Basically suggesting to her it’s safe to get pounced on by something considered by society to be very dangerous.

    I thought your co-instructor/tiger/hypnotist friend Major Mark wrote it. I remember him saying some of kind of pattern like that. You guys should do something together again, even for one last time. You guys had a lot of chemistry on stage as a team and it’d be interesting to see what new stuff he’s come up with in conjunction with what you’re teaching.

  • Amilcar Landaverde January 27, 2017, 8:49 pm

    Fascination, safety and boldness…

    Question… I run this to my wife and discover she is been to the zoo but never has seen those predators.. so what if this pattern doesn’t apply?

    P.s. My wife knows what I have been learning from you and believes you ar doing a great service to the community. Thank you

  • Steve January 27, 2017, 11:53 pm

    “Did you ever,” is a classic weasel phrase. “Predator,” implies some ambiguity. Am I the predator, or is she? “Watch people watching,” opens doorways to the subconscious imagination by using a trace phrase. “But not right now,” is powerful. It’s fractionation, but is also negation heard by the subconscious as, “right now.” The pattern has plenty of sexual metaphors. “Personality begins to emerge and come forth,” is the theme of the Natural Woman pattern – freedom from the socially programed woman. This has many themes found in the Discovery Channel pattern – freedom to feel excitement from danger because there is safety. “I bet you I could pet that,” has a hidden gem – “you I” is so sleek, her conscious mind will hear, “I bet you could pet that,” which won’t be resisted. The subconscious hears, “I could pet that.” That’s sneakier than the classic “I You” shift.

  • Zarathud The Incorrigible - Offender of The Faith January 28, 2017, 11:55 am

    It describes the inner experience of many young women wanting excitement and safety at the same time. Actually, that describes the experience of being with a man who could be physically dangerous and the inborn drive to make that power her own. That you’re standing there blathering gives the impression that she’s well on her way and that is both exciting and gives the illusion of control which equates to safety. Not that she would ever admit it because she’s probably never even thought about it on those terms or expressed it so blatantly to even her closest friends who would use it against her in a second.

  • Mike January 28, 2017, 2:27 pm

    There is something really alluring and magnetic about something dangerous, yet controlled. So much so, we begin to feel we want to and can unleash it and trust ourselves to tame it.

  • Stefano January 28, 2017, 2:32 pm

    A challenge. A tiger could be extremely and SUDDENLY dangerous when it decides to be so. We feel of course confident if the animal is calm but not that confident because it could be dangerous. The line is very thin and it’s the same line that separates safety and danger, a weak personality and a personality that can “go and make it purr for me ONLY for me”. Every tiger can be pet, you just have to move from safety to danger, take the risk, and make action. That’s the challenge, you have to take the risk

  • Matthew January 29, 2017, 7:54 am

    Like the best patterns, this works on multiple levels, lots of different layers.
    1. Did you ever… the zoo – for me this was regressing back to childhood memories. My inner critic puts down his guard.
    2 Theme of Safety here, as per Discovery pattern. Surely Security is a massive human value, especially for women.Especially if we are going to lead them into places in the mind most women don’t get to experience, places that have to be locked away safely….
    3. Sexually accelerating imagery – tug, forces, deep inside, being eaten, pussy.
    4. Fractionation – between safety and danger, danger and safety. What a joyful vibration!
    5. This fits with Ross’ model of layers in the mind. We are helping a woman dip down onto the seabed of her soul. A permission slip to slide out of those critical voices in her mind, those culturally socialised Shoulds, to let go of all those rules and roles, a place where anything can be tried… well you know…. maybe she has just glimpsed those places in the mind…
    6. “ummm” – internal dialogue being suggested, opening up those pleasure channels…
    7. only you – something here for me about uniqueness and challenge. Can’t quite name or articulate it… yet. She is uniquely able to purr for him. She is ‘enough’ for him, he is somehow ‘enough’ – or of an unusually – exotically! – high standard to produce that result in her. Standards. Like in a Mills and Boons book. He has the key, uniquely. She recognises that. There is an exclusivity here. They are both invested in that,
    8 major themes too of new you – growth – but man as a leader into this, a show-er of the way forward. Safety breeds trust to do this.
    9 – I like this pattern for what it teaches me – how to compare and trust two themes – wild woman/cat vs. tamed or pet woman / cat. But the wild is always in there, waiting yearning to respond, to come and play, to satisfy hungers. Instincts are like unmet needs… they don’t really ever go away.

    • Matt January 30, 2017, 5:10 am

      *compare and conTRAST not trust two themes (typo)

  • Ross Jeffries January 30, 2017, 11:30 am

    Thank you everyone!

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