Lesson 22 Exercise

The Power of Polarity: Leveraging The Masculine/Feminine Dynamic


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The Power of Polarity: Leveraging The Masculine/Feminine Dynamic

Exercise Questions:

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Exercise Questions for those who identify more as feminine:

NOTE: If you identify more as masculine, put yourself in the shoes of your partner and do the exercise from their perspective.

Think about a time when you really made your man feel like he had won you. How did you treat him and how did you respond?
(30 Seconds)

Think about a time when you have made him wrong and made him feel like he’s losing you with you. How did it feel like and how did he respond?
(30 Seconds)

Think about a time when you made him wrong. Imagine how you could do it over and make him right and have him win. Find something that he did right and have him win for it.
(30 Seconds)

Re-do the last exercise. Think about a time when you made him wrong (same or different example as above). Find something that he did right and have him win for it. How does having him win change his attitude?
(30 Seconds)

Exercise Questions for those who identify more as masculine:

NOTE: If you identify more as feminine, put yourself in the shoes of your partner and do the exercise from their perspective.

Think about a time when you were actively trying to make your woman happy. What did you do and how did she respond?
(30 Seconds)

Think about a time when she got really mad at you because she didn’t think that you were taking sufficient care of her emotions and desires. How does it feel like when she’s not happy with you?
(30 Seconds)

Re-think of your previous example about a time when she’s not happy with you. Take a deep breath and choose to be at cause.
(10 Seconds)

After making the choice to be at cause, go back to the situation and imagine placing your full skillful attention on trying to make her happy. Notice what you notice.
(30 Seconds)

Again, imagine being in the previous situation, making the choice to be at cause and putting your full skillful attention on her happiness. But this time, imagine she is playing emotionally hard to get. Despite that, imagine staying at cause in the face of her being challenging.
(30 Seconds)

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