You probably heard of the saying ďIím an artist and a loverĒ and other sayings based on Bohemian ideals. Itís kind of a misnomer because the harsh reality is upon closer inspection it is two different worlds. Itís fine to love art. Itís fine to love women Ė hell their bodies are a work of art themselves. But to have the prowess to get a woman to love you is a different ďartĒ in itself that takes you out of the other art. That is because the art of seduction is a science. Similar to acting, it is a science of the human condition.
The woman who is readily attracted to you that you donít have to work to game and you are attracted to her is the ultimate muse. Based on assortment theory, people who have the same values/interests/beliefs/outlook in life are automatically attracted to each other without even verbally expressing those commonalities.
If your goal is to get your muse to inspire your work, first you have to find a girl worthy of being a muse. She needs to in some form be attracted/love you, not just your art (none of this Phantom of the Opera crap - although it's my favorite musical). In fact, you shouldn't even need to game her, you shouldn't even have to feel you need to be exciting to keep her. All you have to do is be the "best of yourself" with true confidence. That girl when you find her is THE MUSE. For me, it took me 41 years to find something this damn close and worthy. When I did, she inspired me to create "The Polombian Muse," (6x9 pencil) http://i402.photobucket.com/albums/p...ps674b3ed7.jpg and I gave it to her for her BDay.
When I was young, I use to be idealistic in my 20s. But now I am older Iím more pragmatic. Itís hard enough to get good at what already works. Be good at that first before trying to re-invent the wheel.