Area51Lifestyle has been conducting a 3-year investigation into Mystery Method.
(For a free 34-page video book with Mystery and I go to Area51LIfestyle.com.)
Erik von Markovic, AKA Mystery the pick-up-artist, made famous by the New York Times best seller “The Game” and his VH1 show, “The Pick-up Artist” developed Mystery Method years ago as a way of meeting girls and helping those girls want to be his girlfriend.
Mystery then began teaching Mystery Method, to students like Neil Strauss, Speer and thousands of others.
I began working with Mystery 3-years ago, conducting an in depth investigation, which included loads of interviews with Mystery and his students, as well as going out at capturing in field hidden camera cold approach pick-up, again of Mystery and his students.
Mystery Method breaks down into three distinct phases, attraction, comfort, and seduction. There are a lot of fine tune details involved as well such as understanding indicators of interest and teasing (called negging.)
Here’s a video from a seminar that Mystery and I put on together in Los Angeles for our groundbreaking Mind of Mystery course:
Mystery has worked on his method for 15 years and taught thousands of students and interacted with tens if not hundreds of thousands of others.
One of the most remarkable things about him is how inspirational he’s been and how many of his students have followed in his footsteps, not only becoming “pick-up artists” but teaching others to do the same.
In fact there are seemingly endless variations on Mystery Method taught by business after business, so many of them spawned by Mystery’s disciples.
Area51Lifestyle.com decided to investigate Mystery and his methods starting back in 2007 and we’ve conducted that review through today, working not only with Mystery but with thousands of his students and fans successfully.
Here’s another video where Mystery discusses indicators of interest, of interest, another key facet of Mystery Method:
It’s also from our Mind of Mystery super course, which so many guys have benefited from.
TheMysteryMethod.net will expose what we’ve learned about Mystery Method not only from Mystery himself, but by studying him in field, and by talking to and studying thousands of his students and their successes and stumbling blocks.
We’ll also look into Mystery’s other disciples and the pick-up systems that they invented and the alternatives to using Mystery Method.
(Most especially including David Mills’ After Game and Speer’s Speermethod.)
It’s all happening,