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Firstly, let me just state the obvious here: in A2 you want to DHV which has two main components
1. triggering attraction switches and
2. setting the frame that you are the prize.
We all know that whoever controls the frame, controls the communication itself, BUT it is also true to say that WHEN THE FRAME IS SET, IT IS PSYCHOLOGICALLY DIFFICULT TO REFRAME IN THAT INTERACTION. So once the frame is concretely set, its going to stick.
The target has the innate frame that she is the prize, and when she begins to exercise this through her mannerisms, words etc, the frame is going to be more solidified in her favour - THAT SHE IS THE PRIZE, which is NOT what you want.
You want to set the frame that you are the prize before she has the chance to solidify her own innate frame on you first. As such, you have to set the frame as soon as the opportunity arises, or she will set the frame and control the communication! Once you grab this frame that women naturally have, you are in control, and the women are defenceless.
So to do this, it comes in the form of 1. a reframing statement at the beginning of A2 (and sometimes in A1 which i'll explain) and which is reinforced through little false disqualifier statements. The FD is a type of neg and on its own without the reframing statement, is not nearly as effective so you need the reframing statement. This, coupled with the attraction triggers, will lead perfectly to the screening process in A3. This has the effect of further intensifying your frame as the prize on her by getting her to then chase you in the most obvious manner.
Examples of How To Effectively Set the Frame Using Statements
Example 1 - In A1.
Say you approach the obstacle and run the opener, but half way through, the target attempts to pull the obstacle away. (Analysis: the target is attempting to control and manipulate the situation, thus imposing her frame on the set that she+ her friend is not an easy prize) You could then turn to the target and go
PUA: "hey girl, dont get any ideas!, i aint that easy so hands off for just now." (or something like this. you are reframing here with a reframing statement+offering her a frame hoop. If she jumps through it by saying "ok" or "i aint easy either", that means she has accepted the hoop and the frame is yours). Carry on to the opener "i was just asking your friend whether she thinks etc etc"
So thats one way to use a reframe statement in A1.
Also, say you approach and open the obstacle. You could also use it on the obstacle if she begins to waver during the opener (i.e from her body language signalling her trying to impose her frame - that she is in control, and that you are hitting on her). You can REFRAME here as well. Q: But where does the neg come in then? A: the second time she wavers so neg+open another component in the set if you already used the reframe the first time she wavered .
In A2 - say you reach the social hook point on the target (either by opening the obstacle first, and then switching to the target once the obstacle wavered in A1):
PUA: "alrite, well thanks for your opinion, im off" (signal you are going with thumb+ body rock out of set to justify your statement)
PUA: (body rock back in) "oh btw, have you noticed how weird some people are in here?"
HB: yeh etc
PUA: "ok im gonna make this quick so don't get any ideas...cos i aint easy but i was at a photoshoot a few weeks ago etc etc"
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