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If you want people to find you interesting, then pheromone sprays may be a sneaky way to do that. Pheromones are believed to be an insider’s secret for many dating gurus. In the office, a pheromone spray may tend to cause others to take notice of you in a beneficial way. Used improperly, a pheromone spray may actually cause others to be repulsed by you. The proper use of pheromones is an art. Get it right and others may find you to be simply irresistible.
What Are Pheromones
Pheromones are chemicals generated by living bodies when they sweat. When we say that two people have chemistry, science suggests that there may be more truth to this statement than initially meets the proverbial eye. When a person’s body produces low levels of human pheromones, this may put a damper on the chemical signaling involved in the biology behind how members of the opposite sex are attracted to you. Alternatively, taking baths too often and washing with modern soaps will render a person’s pheromones less effective. In such cases, the use of pheromone sprays may improve your ability to seem more attractive to others. On the other hand, if a person’s body produces too many pheromones, they will tend to be less attractive because the pheromones create too much body odor. In short, a major key to being attractive, due to one’s pheromone levels, will depend on getting the level of pheromones into a pleasant range.
How to Determine if Your Pheromone Spray Is Working
If you spray pheromones on your skin, you will want to apply them to warm areas of your body. Areas like the wrist and the neck, which tend to be warm, help to make pheromones active. If people tend to comment that you are a little ripe, this may be a sign that you are applying too much pheromone spray. Tempering pheromones by using a spray that is perfume-based or cologne-based may help to get a pheromone spray to work better with your particular body chemistry. Because women have a much stronger sense of smell than men, this means that men need to be more careful how much pheromones they apply so as not to give off an unpleasant odor. If you notice that applying a small amount of pheromone spray makes people take stronger interest in you, then you have likely gotten close to applying the right amount.
How to Use Pheromones
Now that people are taking more interest in you, it is time to see how far that interest will carry you. Since pheromones cause people to take interest in the wearer, this will give you influence and potentially more liberty to get your way. This is obvious in a dating situation, but what about in a business meeting. Have you ever noticed that certain people are interesting and just take command of a boardroom? It may be that these powerful, influential people are secretly using pheromone products to enhance their sense of presence when engaging others in business and pleasure. It could be that they are using pheromones to enhance how others perceive them. There is no reason why you should not enjoy these results and gain the benefits as well.
Psychic readings have maintained their popularity over the ages. The individuals who offer these readings for a fee based schedule typically operate out of storefronts. Although, in the past these individuals have been associated with circus acts as well as gypsies.The specific readings are a fun way to elaborate on what individuals most want to know. It is believed that this form of service is based in scientific methods, many still hold fast that there is no evidence to point to this.
Is It Science?
The psychic reading is a way that one individual uses their senses to read another individual and their future (sometimes past as well). These readings can entail the use of sight, sound, touch, and instinct. The most popular and well known of these is the use of vision.
Clairvoyance is the most prominent way that the general public assigns to psychic readings. The reader sits at a table and then tells the individual all they know about them through looking into a crystal ball or through the use of tarot cards. With amazing accuracy the reader tells of past experiences and loves, who the person is and what is in store for their future. But is this really science?
When scientists have attempted to replicate these readings and visions in a laboratory setting, they have failed. No evidence in the scientific realm points to he human capacity for psychic abilities.
The lack of ability to substantiate the existence of clairvoyance (or other psychic abilities) does not sway the public from their deeply rooted belief that this is legitimate. Many swear by this ‘science’ ad even point to such things as astrology and numerology to prove that it is scientific in nature.
There are many other sectors of psychic ability that also point to some form of mathematical or scientific knowledge as their core base. Numerology is based on numbers, their sequences and the probability that certain factors will affect them. Astrology is based on the planets, how they align and how the forces of gravitational pull affect them.
Palm reading is another way that many divine about the future. This form of psychic reading entails viewing the lines that exist on the palm of the individual. Depending on their form and shape, the reader decides what the future will hold for that person. This is a very popular form of reading. Many hire palm readers for parties and prenuptial bashes.
Here to Stay
While many think this is a form of rip off, others truly believe that legitimate psychic readings actually do exist. Thousands of dollars are spent in the pursuit of individuals to solve their deepest fears and worries about their future endeavors.
Is this a form of entertainment or is it a legitimate ‘science’? Maybe the answer to this question lies more in the heart of the individuals judging this form of vision. What is truly at issue here is not whether psychic readings can be replicated in a lab, but rather whether or not the individual paying for them truly believes what they are being told.