Does anyone know the cube? If so, can you post it here. I hear it is amazing.
Does anyone know the cube? If so, can you post it here. I hear it is amazing.
Here is the complete routine with a small variation of how to add some cold reading.
What is the cube Game ?
The cube game is a cold reading technique. By asking a few questions you are able to give the impression you have a deep understanding of a girl. The cube game builds rapport.
I've run the Cube on several women, and it's never failed to amaze them. Usually it gives a good approximate idea of the person. Very efficient. Good fun too.
Prepare your victim (the girl) by building up the game. Ask her if she's sure she wants to do this, tell her she may find out things about herself that she doesn't want to know. You can then start to ask the questions; for her part she should give you as much detail as she can.
Imagine this simple picture with just three things in it: the sky, the horizon and the desert.
In this picture imagine a cube, where is it ? What is it made of ? How big is it ?
Now add a ladder, where is it ? What is it made of ? How big is it ? How many rungs are there ? Where is it in relation to the cube ?
Add some flowers to the picture, how many are there ? What kind ?, where are they in relation to the cube and the ladder ?
Add a horse to the picture, where is it ? What color is it ? What is it doing ? How many rungs, where is it in relation to everything else ?
There's a storm in the picture. Where is it ?, Which way is it proceeding ? What kind of storm ? How big is it ?
Interpreting the Results
The Cube - Is how the girl views herself.
The Color of the Cube -> Click Here
The Ladder - Friends and family.
The Flowers - Children in her life.
The Horse - Her lover or ideal lover.
The Storm - Troubles in her life.
The questions should be asked in the correct order (Cube, Ladder, Flowers, Horse, Storm). Interpret the picture in that order after she has finished answering all the questions. You interpret the questions individually and their relationship with the other pieces of the picture.
The possible interpretations below are just examples, you may adjust these to fit in with what you already know about the girl. They are fairly vague and could almost apply to anyone.
The Cube - Herself
Small cube - feels small, ignored.
On the ground - well grounded.
In the sky - imaginative, un-realistic.
Far away - feels left behind.
Transparent - purity.
The Ladder - Friends
Many rungs - many friends.
Few rungs - few close friends.
Far away from cube - keeps her friends at arms length.
Ladder bigger than cube - feels small in her social circle.
Ladder against cube - keeps her friends close.
The Flowers - Children
Number of flowers - number of children she wants to have around.
Flowers far away - does not want children.
Flowers close to cube - Feels very close to the children she has or will have.
Beautiful flowers - finds children very beautiful.
The Horse - Lover
Strong, large horse - She likes protective strong men.
Horse far away - Ideal man far away.
Weak horse - Envisions being stuck with a weak man.
Horse with flowers - Ideal man loves children.
The Storm - Trouble
Storm in distance - troubles are far away.
Storm close - going through hard times now.
Small storm - no real troubles in life.
PUA: Okay girl lets play a game.
PUA: Okay close your eyes think you are in a desert (highway forest any place will work.) Now you see a cube, How big is ? How tall ? Is it flying ? laying on the ground? How far is from your perspective?
HB10: is really big and tall is flying, about 2mts from ground and is like 4mts away from me.
(Answer: how big or tall is the size of her ego, flying or in the ground is how she think , she has a lot of imagination or she think more logical. how far is the cube form her is how close or far she is with her inner self)
PUA: Wow, Lets see. Your cube is big and tall, that is the size of your ego, so you have a big ego but you see yourself as a nice person, you always try to be positive but sometimes you feel down when bad things happen, Then; your cube is flying that means you are a creative person you are a thinker, not always but you like to imagine , I bet that sometimes when you go out with a boy, you start thinking how the date is going to be, And i can forgot, I also bet that you have all ready thought how your wedding is going to be. Now you told me that your cube is far from you that is because sometimes you feel away from your inner you, you have doubts about what to do, sometimes you might feel insecure.
She might be impressed or she might think that is just bullshit but who cares she will want you to tell her more about her.
That is just a variation of the cube I just made out , in this link you can have the basic and try to add more of your own just think logical on what the description can mean.
And just a quick plus: tell her to describe the outside part of the cube and the inside part of the cube (the texture , etc... ) The outside part is the way she acts, the person she tries to be or appear to others and the inside is the really way she is.
Most of the time they will say the outside is hard and the inside is soft and smooth so you can just say , you try to be hard , but in the inside you still have your feelings, or when you meet someone is hard to this new person to learn about this really you but once a person is inside and start learning about your real you, he don't want to leave.
But if you want to learn more of the cube routine read this:
Ask the questions in the proper order (Cube, ladder, flowers,
horse, storm - in that order); interpret the picture in the same
order, and only AFTER she has imagined the entire picture (all five
pieces mentioned above).
You might even hold on to some of it to ensure a followup encounter. ("I need to think more about some of the features of your horse. Will let you know when I have an interpretation that I feel makes sense."). Some here on ASF may disagree with some of the interpretations, but that's okay; I think if an interpretation makes sense to me, it is probably correct.
There are two components to the interpretation of each of the five pieces: the piece in itself, and its relation to the other pieces as well as the overall picture. The sizes and positions of various things are RELATIVE to one another and to the overall scene of the desert. Moreover, the interpretations are not according to some rigid law, they are just ways to make sense out of the woman's imagined picture, but that is the best part because as far as we are concerned here in ASF, that flexibility allows us to interpret things in a way that helps the seduction (a negative interpretation is a neg-hit! You can include small negative inperpretations whenever necessary, while generally giving a reasonably sensible interpretation overall).
1. THE CUBE:
Represents the woman's conception of herself. A huge cube covering most of the scenery (Field of View or FOV) means she's got an inflated ego, a sense of high self-importance.
Other features of the cube could mean:
Tiny cube => feels small, insignificant, ignored, modest
Cube resting on the ground => generally has a firm foothold on reality
Cube far away in the distance => Feels left behind by life
Cube flying in the air or levitated => daydreamer, imaginative but unrealistic
Cube partly above the horizon line => ambitious
Cube below the horizon => not very ambitious
Cube resting on its edge => metastable life, perhaps?
Cube made of solid material => good sense of self-worth, well-grounded personality
Cube made of gold => Thinks of herself as extremely precious
Cube made of glass or transparent cube => Considers herself pure
Cube full of slimy stuff => Hates herself completely
Cube hollow inside => feels hollow, unfulfilled in the extreme
[interesting example: one woman know very well imagined the Rubic's
cube, being twisted and turned by a child. I was not surprised because
she has a sever persecution complex and total paranoia, considers
everyone else stupid and childish (has a holier-than-thou mentality),
feels attacked by the world, and is an emotional basketcase]
2. THE LADDER:
Represents her close social support structure (friends; family in some
Long ladder with many rungs => big social circle, has many friends,
outgoing personality, sociable
Ladder made of some odd material => feels her friends are weird, very
different from normal people
Ladder with few rungs => has few close friends
Ladder in a less than good condition => believes people around her are
Ladder far away from the cube => Does not let people get too close to
herself; keeps aloof, has a hard shell around herself
Ladder leaning against cube => Feels she does a lot of things for her
friends, supports them more than they support her, feels she has some
codependent people around her
Ladder on top of cube => Feels her friends/family are overbearing,
feels oppressed by them
Ladder much bigger than cube => feels small in her social circle
Ladder supporting cube (like, ladder under the cube) => feels her
close associates support her in her accomplishments
Strong ladder => is surrounded by strong people, feels secure in them
Burned up ladder => Feels surrounded by totally farked up people who
are ruining themselves
3. THE FLOWERS:
Represent the place of children in her life.
Number of flowers => children she has or wants to have, or has/wants
to have around (See * below)
Flowers close to cube => Feels very close to the children she has or
Flowers far away => Does not want children
Flowers blooming well => Feels positive about her children's lives
Flowers messed up => is surrounded by screwed up children
* Lots of flowers everywhere => Probably works with children, or would
like to; (One chick I know had this; she is a grade school teacher)
Flowers shaking in the wind => feels children in her life have
Flowers all around/over the cube => Feels overwhelmed by kids
Flowers separated from cube by the ladder => feels her friends/family
(do/will/might) interfere in her relationship with her children
Beautiful flowers (roses, poppy etc) => Finds children very beautiful
4. THE HORSE:
Represents her thoughts about her lover (or the lover she thinks she
wants or will have).
Strong, large horse => Wants a protective, strong man
Color of horse => Possibly the race of the lover she wants (the
teacher chick mentioned above has a "latin thing" - her horse was
Horse close to the cube => Wants the lover to be very close to her
emotionally and physically
Horse well separated from cube => Is reserved about opening up
completely to lovers
Horse licking/sniffing the cube => Imagines/wishes she's being doted
Small, submissive horse => Wants a lover she can dominate
Wild horse => wants a guy who is not tamed and will not be tamed
Tethered horse => Wants to keep him very restrained/restricted
Horse stomping on the cube => Has been or feels extremely abused by
Horse destroying the flowers => Feels the lover will not be good
towards her children (single moms probably have this thing more often)
Horse messing with the ladder => Conflict between her lover and her
Horse far away or walking away => Feels abandoned
Horse separated from flowers by the cube => feels she will have to
take care of the children and manage her lover's relationship with
Weak horse => envisions being (stuck?) with a wimp
[example: one chick I know had a horse running around in a confined
arena. She is a controlling, limit-setting type chick who likes to
watch her man react to her experiments with his emotions/behavior.]
5. THE STORM:
Represents her ideas about troubles in life.
Storm in the distance => Troubles are not overwhelming her presently
Storm approaching => Fears crises in future
Storm receding => Has had troubles recently but feels they are over
Huge, dominant storm => Feels her life is in deep sh1t
Storm in the distance, passing away affecting none of the other four
things in the scenery => Feels her life is relatively trouble-free,
has few problems around in her life.
Small storm => Feels secure about problems she will face
Wow - very thorough!!!
Made famous by “The Game”, this is a favorite routine of the PUAs from Style and Mystery’s group. It is actually based on real Mayan culture and written in detail in a book called "Secrets of the cube: The Ancient Visualization Game That Reveals Your True Self".
Style demos the cube in this PUA video: The Cube is a field tested routine and most women will remember it because it is so different than most pickup approaches. Women you use the cube on (who have not read The Game) will feel that you really understand them. And, they will want to know more. It is a dhv and a seduction tactic at the same time.
The Cube can be used at anytime in the seduction cycle, but it is usually a great game to play towards A3 or in the comfort stage, when you are getting to know each other. First dates are perfect for the cube. The routine builds attraction and connection is used correctly.
The Design of the Cube
The cube goes like this. Over time, the artist can structure it how he likes, but most start out with this:1. “Have you ever done the cube?… Ok… I’ll ask you a set of questions, and when I’m done I’ll know everything about you. Are you ready? Do you have a good imagination? …Good.” (The idea here is not to explain it, but just to get her hooked.)There are plenty of resources that will offer you exact interpretations. But, these really shouldn’t be necessary. Remember, the point isn’t to “do it right.” The key is in giving your own interpretation, and this interpretation can be developed from your own mind, not from what a book tells you.
2. “Now, imagine in front of you a landscape” (I’ll usually gesture with my hand for them to imagine it in front of them). 3.“And in the landscape there is a cube. Notice what size is it, what color is it? What is it made of? Where is it?”
4.“Ok, next you see a ladder. Notice, where is it in relation to the cube? What is it made of? What size is it?”
5.“Next there are flowers. Where are they? How many? What do they look like? What color are they?”
6.“Next, there is a horse. What does it look like? Where is it? What is it doing?”
7.“And, last there is a storm. Where is it? What is it doing? What does it look like?”
8.When she has visualized the entire image, then you can tell her the meanings.
Cube = Your Self
Ladder = Your Aspirations
Flowers = Your Friends
Horse = Your Ideal Lover
Storm = Your Challenges and Problems
Contingencies / Levels of Mastery
In case the routine doesn’t work or your cold read are not correct, the artist has a few contingencies:
- Be vague and use generalities – Talk about women, life and relationships in general. You will be surprised how many reoccurring themes happen. In doing so, she will realize that you understand people, you understand women, and you understand her.
- You can ask clarifying questions. Ask her more detailed questions if her description of her cube and landscape is vague. Ask her how the objects in her life relate to each other.
- Keep your statements positive. Fortune tellers usually mentioned positive reads. As should the artist, to keep the interaction fun and light.
- Re-frame negative images: For example: a weak and small horse means that she has had too many lame and weak men in her life. The reframe is that she really needs one that is strong and healthy and her search is almost there.
- Take advantage of the horse. The horse represents her inner desires. It is a great time to demonstrate that you know what women want. If her horse isn’t ideal, then tell her it is an image of what she has attracted to her in the past, and what she really wants is actually the opposite.
- Burst the tension now and then with a little cocky and playful comment. By making a joke or teasing her, you will keep it fun and keep her interested. Just be careful because she may be in a very vulnerable state to be sharing with you, so don’t over do it. An example: “The Cube means that…. (pause) …. You want my body. (smile)”
- Use all of the little parts to get a bigger picture of her. Try to get a broad sense of who she is as a person, and then you can use that understanding to lead your interpretation.
- Share your own Cube. Tell her about your cube and how it relates to hers.
- Don’t reveal everything. Deliberately leave parts out, or hint that there is something more. Always leave her wanting more. This is a key cornerstone of seduction. ALWAYS leave your audience wanting more.
This seems great, but the Ladder should be Goals and aspirations, while the flowers should be friends and trusted family.
Works MUCH better this way.
I hate to rain on people's parade but the cube is from a book written by Annie Gottlieb in 1998.
The cube is a form of Kokology the study of Kokoro a game about self knowledge.
Kokoro is Japanese for Mind or spirit. Kokology was invented by Tadahiko Nagao and Isamu Saito from Japan and is based on
theories of Freud and Jung.
The cube is a lesser version of Guided Visualization, a sort of shared trance between the Guide (person performing) and the subject (giving answers).
Hope this clears up a lot for you guys.
I've done this twice this week and it's amazing, it creates enthusiasm, her eye's go bigger, it's a completly different aproach. One of the girls told me like 3 times during the date that she realy liked that, she actualy ask me where i learned that and i told her that i read alot of psychology books loool. This girl told me that my analise was mostly accurate. With the other girl it was not so accurate but she had alot of fun. This girl had a wild worse under the cube, i know what wild mean's but any ideas about why the horse is under the cube. ( this cube was floating in the air).
I hope you guys can help me because I did the cube to my friend and her cube was made of glass with water in it. What could it mean?
Help is really appreciated. Thanks
Did it last night after I went f-close with a girl. She absolutely was a) astonished by it's mysterious accuracy, b) said she didn't even know that stuff about herself but it made so much sense, and c) asked me if I had a PhD in Psychology. It was AMAZING.