Want to learn how to use Fractionation on your wife?
When you’re married, things are different. This means the rules in the relationship will be different. If the woman is already married to you, then using Fractionation on her like a stranger will probably backfire! Makes sense, right?
The stereotypical use of Fractionation is to make a woman feel ADDICTED to you. It’s enough to make her get into some sort of relationship with you. In this case, that woman is your wife, and she’s ALREADY in a relationship with you.
You’ve already “won” her. So what now?
Be careful – Fractionation can actually HURT your marriage if you use it carelessly. Like everything inside Shogun Method, context is everything. If you Fractionate her out of nowhere, she’ll notice the jarring change in your patterns. She won’t fall into your trance at all.
So how do you use Fractionation on your wife? Here are two of the most effective flavors of Fractionation and the desired outcomes they’ll achieve for you.
The first method is best used when your marriage needs a new “spark.” If things are a bit monotonous for the both of you and you need a little more excitement, try this.
Married life does tend to slip into a bit of a routine after a while. This is especially true when kids come along. And most times, couples switch into “autopilot,” and the marriage seems much less fun.
To make things better, you’ll need to lower her mental defenses. You need to “snap her out of autopilot,” in a sense, and put her in a dreamy, imaginative, emotional state.
You’ll do that using we call the “Time Fractionation” technique inside Shogun Method. With the Time Fractionation technique, you make her focus on either a happy past event or an exciting future event.
You bring up happier times you once had, or adventures you went on when you were still dating. If she’s stressed out, her mind will jump at the opportunity to relive happier moments.
To deepen the trance, you can ask her questions like:
- “Do you remember what we had for dinner that night?” (Go into details of the memory)
- “Who were we with on that vacation?”
- “Was that the time when Jessie got drunk, or was it during the cruise?” (Branch into other happy memories)
This can sound ridiculously simple, but you’d be surprised how powerful it is. It’s even more surprising how so few husbands use this little marriage-saver.
Alternatively, you can use Time Fractionation to paint your future together as more exciting. For instance, you can ask her:
- “If it were up to you, where would our next vacation be?”
- “If money were no object, where would you want to retire?”
- “If we were to start an exciting home-based business, what would it be about?”
Questions like these are enticing invitations to a stressed-out woman. It makes her mind relax and daydream when you “prime” her mind into an imaginative state like this. She’s more likely to fall into your trance, answer your questions, and follow your suggestions.
The more you regularly you put her in this state of mind, the more she gets addicted to you doing it. This addiction manifests itself in love, affection, support, respect, and submission. All these in turn lead to a marriage that’s more fun to be in.
“Stress Inflictor” Fractionation
The second way of using Fractionation on your wife is to inflict emotional stress on her. This is what Derek Rake calls the “Stress Inflictor” Fractionation.
Here, the idea is to also “save” her from the stress later on, making her see you as her strong, manly “hero.” This is emotional rollercoastering in its rawest form.
Here are a few examples of the “Stress Inflictor Fractionation” you can use in your marriage:
- Go on a road trip and “get lost” on purpose. This will stress her out considerably. Then you alleviate the stress by going on an “unplanned” adventure that you’re sure she’ll enjoy.
- Go on a vacation with her and “forget” something important. Then you make the vacation even better than she expected.
- Get into an argument with her and DO NOT apologize or acquiesce. Let her simmer for a while. Then you “make up” for it by doing a surprising, sweet “good husband” thing for her.
In a sense, this method “rocks the boat” of your marriage for a short while. Most husbands are petrified of the idea, and so never even dare to try until their wives are too far gone.
And yet when you try it even once, you get a good sense of its power. You’re showing her that you are, indeed, the captain of the ship. You make it clear for her that she can rely on you for safety, security, and happiness.
Get the idea?
Remember that you need a certain degree of “ruthlessness” for Fractionation to work on your wife. The same goes with Shogun Method. It’s not something for the husband with a weak heart.