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The Alabaster Girl Paperback – December 14, 2013
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"The Alabaster Girl is highly poetic, sharp, and engaging. It's easy to fall into the rabbit hole of the narrator's musings, part poem and part half-remembered dreams. The book is an ode to a deep appreciation of women and to the dance of the masculine and feminine as old as time." - San Francisco Book Review
"... a richly compelling, beautifully poetic journey into the heart of relationships... an astonishingly insightful guide to the paradoxes of love. This opus is best relished in small sips, allowing time for its many a-ha moments to weave themselves into your own tapestry of self-discovery. Highly recommended!" - Steve Pavlina
About the Author
Zan Perrion is internationally recognized as one of the most original and insightful voices on relationships and seduction in the world today. A regular media commentator, he has been widely featured in the international press. Zan is the founder of the Ars Amorata philosophy--a celebration of the art of seduction, the rebirth of romance, and a lifelong quest for beauty and adventure. He is also a co-founder of the Amorati network of men. Zan divides his time between Canada and Romania and can be found at zanperrion.com and arsamorata.com
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This is the work of a man who has spent a LONG time with women and after spending more time with women I can definitely see the truths that he speaks about. There is no need to play games or appear unavailable. If you like a girl, let her know! Most importantly though, find your passion/purpose/bliss/meaning whatever you want to call it.
I am still a novice but ancora imparo brothers and sisters!
I have spent over a decade of my life studying philosophy and spirituality.
I have struggled with women my whole life.
Not only is this one of the most life-changing books i have ever read, but i now have dramatically less problems with women and my own sexuality.
A little more than half the population of Earth is women but, more often than not, more than half of our problems stem from the opposite sex.
To learn of women is to learn the essence of life (or at least half of it).
My understanding of women has not just brought me sex. Sex is cheap.
The untold riches of care and love from the female essence is something i would gladly exchange for sex.
Even just the fun dancing of smiles and gazes from across a room has such VALUE.
We have been trained as men to only value sex. And as such we have been pauperized and robbed.
If this book does not change your life dramatically, your personal issues are too deep to shifted merely by a book.
That is a fact.
It actually reminded me of Narcissus and Goldmund by Hermann Hess, in that the narrator truly feels bliss around women, except that Hess' narrative was obviously the result of cerebral fantasizing while Zan has had a lot of real life experience in seduction. This makes a difference in the way the book reads because Zan hones in on something real and organic without becoming saccharine, there are doses of healthy cynicism here. Of course, Hess' work is high literature by our canon and about the conflict between soul and flesh, while Zan's is not and doesn't mean to be; it is about a man who really, truly loves women; he revels in it all. Fun read and generous in the lessons it wants to communicate.
A man can only become a better man by reading and applying this book - whether a woman comes into your life for a night, a season or a lifetime let her life be better because she came in contact with you. Really, this is what you want. It is about becoming a gentle-man to women and a man in full.
The Alabaster Girl I found to be a refreshing change to the books I had read. As opposed to other teachings where you are taught to say and do the right things where the memorization and perfection of routines is at heart, Zan suggests the alternative perspective that everything you ever needed, was already there, and it was just waiting to be expressed.
This book was written in a very delicate and poetic manner, where a man shares his methods, adventures, and deep appreciation for female sexuality and nature. If there's one thing I've learned from this book was that all I had to be was myself. Society would like us to view romance as something unattainable and material that we want, but that only helps it profit from us.
It's all within me, (or you).
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