The Charismatic and His/her Seductive Qualities: The Art of Seduction

Charismatics seduce an audience through their way of talking and future hope and aspirations; they are elusive and radiant qualities that are unique and special, and people long for such qualities. People are drawn to those people who can give them hope and a sense of purpose; they want to be told what they should do in life; what they are good at, and charismatics show them the direction.

“Charisma is a presence that excites us. It comes from an inner quality—self-confidence, sexual energy, sense of purpose, contentment—that most people lack and want. This quality radiates outward, permeating the gestures of Charismatics, making them seem extraordinary and superior, and making us imagine there is more to them than meets the eye: they are gods, saints, stars. Charismatics can learn to heighten their charisma with a piercing gaze, fiery oratory, an air of mystery. They can seduce on a grand scale. Learn to create the charismatic illusion by radiating intensity while remaining detached.”

Key Word:

  • Charismatics act boldly and give a vision to people.
  • In seduction, the mystery is required.
  • Words make people emotional and distract them.


Charismatics are bold and seduce crowds of people; they promise them prosperity and a bright future. Their words are inspirational, and people get impressed and follow them to fulfill their dreams. Boldness is very seductive since in seduction, it is required. A person who is not able to take risks cannot seduce on mass levels. Charismatics act boldly and courageously and give hope to people.

“We lose ourselves in their cause, become emotionally attached to them, feel more alive by believing in them—we fall in love. Charisma plays on repressed sexuality, creates an erotic charge.”


Charismatics give purpose to the people and promise to mold society and transform it into heaven. All people need is a vision, a clear path to follow, once they feel what they have heard is true, they follow that person. People are looking for such personalities who can change their grief-stricken lives and get them out of poverty; make justice equal for everyone; give people hope and vision.

“Purposefulness is doubly charismatic in times of trouble. Since most people hesitate before taking bold action (even when action is what is required), single-minded self-assurance will make you the focus of attention.”


Charismatics are mysterious, and their mystery becomes their real charisma. As long as people are thinking about you, you are powerful, when you are ready, your seductive pull is dead. The mystery is important in seduction; it does just make you popular; it also makes you more seductive since people keep thinking about you; they try their best to read you, but you should constantly do things contradictory to people’s thoughts and desires. The mystery is also powerful in war, an enemy whose next move is hard to be deciphered is deceptive and his enemies do not dare to get close to him.

“Show your mysteriousness gradually and word will spread. You must also keep people at arm’s length, to keep them from figuring you out.”


Charismatics do not care about consequences and diligently follow their goals. They possess the spirits of a child and do what they believe is right and of great importance. Their attitude and way of life are impressive and soon they get many followers who become their strength and power.

“Saintliness goes far beyond religion: politicians as disparate as George Washington and Lenin won saintly reputations by living simply, despite their power—by matching their political values to their personal lives.”


The power of charisma is his words; he relies on words and appeals to people’s emotions. He has mastered the art of delivering a speech; he knows how to incite people to action and lead them on a path. The use of words is powerful since words can make people emotional; they can distract people; can deceive people. Using the right words at right time is very seductive.

“The slow, authoritative style is often more effective than passion in the long run, for it is more subtly spellbinding, and less tiring.”


Charismatics show a direction to the people, and they act boldly to get towards their goals, and people believe in them due to their saintliness and eloquent way of talking. In seduction, the mystery is required, it makes the seduction powerful and enthralling.


  1. Robert, G. (2001). The art of seduction.

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