The image of the glass slipper in the fairy tale of Cinderella is a man's attempt to find a replacement for his ideal. However, the ideal illusory image is so far from real people that real women do not fit. The Prince runs from one woman to another, realizing with horror that this is not the case, and goes crazy for the escaped Cinderella.
According to the Cinderella scenario, the Prince must first be charmed with a wonderful Platonic (you can have a little sex) love for the Princess, and then run away. And let the Prince, stupefied with love, then runs, kissing her footprints in the sand... and how to find, make an offer hands and hearts.
The key moments of Cinderella's scenario are the perfect, time-limited illusion of a Princess in the first stage. In the second stage it is the preservation of distance and the accumulation of tension of unfulfilled desire. In the third stage, the ideal must be saved and captured.
The essence of eternal joy is to support the glass illusion. You should cherish their illusions, avoiding rocks and undue attention. Remember Cinderella, illusions do not live long, so at any celebration of life the most important thing is to leave in time.
In the image of Cinderella's the most important time to get away, because the perfect illusion of the Princess does not live long and you want the Prince fell in love with the ideal and have not time to give up, realizing that it is a lie. Therefore, charming the Prince, quickly, quickly run away... and then he let a long, long time running and looking for his ideal, going crazy and soaking love. For Cinderella in this scenario, the main thing to keep a distance, creating tension in the Prince. When this tension reaches its maximum, and the Prince, blinded by love, will see nothing but his illusion of an ideal, you need to quickly let him come to you... to show himself real and to gently hint that the Princess must be saved, for example, taking married.
To paraphrase the Cinderella story. The image of the perfect Princess is a lie that can be maintained for a very short time. But if the enchanted Prince falls in love with this lie, then for a long time he will run like a fool in search of his ideal love.
The Cinderella story is a story of neurosis and cognitive dissonance. The image of Cinderella can be viewed from the point of view of neurosis and the development of passionate love. The first stage is passion and love, when a perfect false image of the Princess is formed. At midnight, the illusion is shattered, the Princess disappears and the second stage of cognitive dissonance begins when Cinderella runs away in fear. Midnight is an image of sex or living together. In order not to break the illusion, try not to stay the night. Further, in the third stage of dissonance, Cinderella sits and waits for the Prince to find and save her. At this stage, Cinderella constantly thinks about the Prince, hoping that he will come and apologize, accept her real, not illusory. When the Prince finally smart enough to understand the situation, he'll find Cinderella, forgive her all the wrongs and take her real. At this point Cinderella in a fit of mad love given to the Prince of soul and they live happily ever after.
Interestingly, the Prince in this situation develops reverse neurosis. First, he forms a false ideal image, which he falls in love with. Then the image slips away, and the Prince long and tedious runs after him... Finding Cinderella, the Prince is so happy that he is ready to forgive her lies and inconsistency with the ideal, accepts her as she is, while feeling not her real, but her ideal.
The religious prohibition of divorce protects not the Prince, but Cinderella. Because when the illusion breaks after the wedding and the Prince realizes that Cinderella is not a Princess, he will want to run away... but there would be nowhere to run. And later.
Cinderella is the female counterpart of Hercules. Incidentally, Hercules too, always dream of a Princess, to put their exploits for the sake of dreams about love... You remember that Hercules did not have his Princess, and became a victim of the furies. Both are very unhappy in your personal life, for love of illusion.
A woman in a relationship can't just walk away. With other men she would be uncomfortable and anxious. Having quarreled with her man, she can like a Prince from Cinderella rush to seek her love, but it will not be that and it will not be so.
Apart from sex, beauty and children, a woman can give a man many other things. For instance, moral support, care, tenderness, compliments, flattery, help with something he does, peace of mind, warmth etc. And what's more interesting, a man really expects it all from a woman and becomes really offended when he doesn't get it. However, women want the same things from a man, plus many other ones. That's why it's all mutual.
The rich and the beautiful cry too. The story of Cinderella. The story about a lucky fool who suddenly became rich. A consolation story, a booky cookie, a dream story - that mistakes the wish for the reality. A fairy tale about a dream that will never come true. A fairy tale about great love that doesn't exist in reality. A fairy tale about those who are more stupid or unlucky.
When a woman has long hinted to a man on a close relationship and he finally reciprocated, the first time it will overcome the horror. If he doesn't like it, he'll run away, and she runs away from that fear.
"Drug" (addiction) is a metaphor for Cinderella, whose carriage, sooner or later, turns into a pumpkin, horses into mice, and Cinderella herself will fall into depression. Indeed, under the drug everything is fine, but without it everything is disgusting and the further, the more disgusting, and the drug itself eventually ceases to work and all that remains after it is a deep unhealed blackness of disgust.
After analyzing the story of Cinderella, I noticed ...that the Prince should seize the moment faster. Not long the Princess will be a Princess very soon she'll turn back into Cinderella and the tale will end. But poor Prince for a long time to run behind her, trying to regain the illusion that was just a lie.
Alice in Wonderland loves to dream and loves to be told fairy tales. Alice is curious. In pursuit of those who run away from her, she is ready to fearlessly rush into the pool with his head. Sometimes she seems very small, sometimes very big. Alice is not at all afraid of the old Queen with all her servants and foolish orders. Alice's friends are mad and ironic, and although the Queen always threatens to behead them, they only laugh at Her.
Love is a crystal illusion. Not to break this illusion, you must keep a distance, to approach, to maintain the variability and mystery... Remember Cinderella at the stroke of midnight beauty will disappear, and the carriage horses will turn into a pumpkin and rats.
And do you know why prince evaluated Cinderella from feet to top? Legs, hips, breasts... are the most powerful female weapons while a pretty face is unfortunately, not given to every woman. If men appreciated faces first, then mankind would probably die out. However, I always look at faces first. Perhaps I'm a fool who doesn't have an eye for beautiful women.
He loves her, and she is always sulking and dissatisfied with everything. He endlessly performs feats for her, conquers cities and countries, gets the stars out of the sky. However, she is still always dissatisfied with everything. The point of this system is to motivate the Prince to work and grow, otherwise, he will relax and become covered with mold from laziness, discouragement and a Legion of other vices. The hero is happy. A hero needs a feat. A hero without a feat will perish.
A mother and daughter who live together often fight, because the more unhappy a woman is, the faster a hero will be found who will want to save her from Baba Yaga. Women adore heroes who save them from all universal evil.
The sleeping beauty metaphor can be seen as a woman living in a world of her own illusions until she falls in love. Love brings a woman back to reality. Love is the awakening from a dream into the real world. A woman escapes from fear into the world of her illusions, and only love, saving her from fear, allows her to return back to reality.
Neither fish nor meat is a mermaid woman who lives in the depths of her illusions. There is no love in this woman, and therefore she is extremely far from reality. Why is there no love in it? Fear killed her love... monsters and dragons have deprived her of her freedom and imprisoned her in the tower of her illusions, but there is no Prince who would come and save his Princess from fear.
The mermaid is a metaphorical image of a woman who lives forever in the half-sleep of her illusions. Returning to reality causes a woman pain that only love can justify. In the absence of love, a woman is either "neither fish nor meat" or an evil fury going mad with pain and anger.