Virgos men (born between August 23 and September 22) are characterized by extreme independence and an inability to adapt to changes in circumstance. Logical, analytical and neat, once they've made up their mind, they become inflexible. It can be extremely difficult to get a Virgo male to reevaluate a relationship once he has made up his mind.
Understand first that once you have alienated a Virgo man, it requires much patience as well as a cunning plan to win him back. Virgo men are highly suspicious and become emotional detached once they believe they have had enough evidence to make up their minds.
Choose a romantic location. Ideally, this is a familiar spot where he has already demonstrated his faith and trust in you, preferably in a sensual way. More than other astrological signs, Virgo men are on a path of learning to connect with their inmost, subconscious longings. By identifying a romantic location where the Virgo has already been in touch with his feelings, you are both signaling your willingness to accept his best nature and giving him an opportunity to rise to the occasion.
Plan to lure the Virgo male to the romantic location on a date when the moon appears in the constellation of Virgo. (You can find the moon's location at the website http://heavens.above.com. You will need your longitude and latitude.) The moon in astrology heavily influences our emotions. By bringing the Virgo man to the romantic location when the moon is in his sign, you have the best chance of breaking through his intellectual armor.
Engineer several occasions over a period of time in which you "accidentally" run into the Virgo man. On each of these occasions, make sure you expose the Virgo man to a pumpkin-lavender scent. You can mix the scent yourself with fragrances from a fragrance shop The combination of pumpkin and lavender is a powerful sex attractor, the purpose of which, again, is to break down the Virgo man's mental defenses. Each time you talk to the Virgo man, touch him or otherwise come close enough that he can fall under the influence of the scent. Soon you will begin to perceive a shift in the Virgo man's attitude toward you as he comes under the influence of the pumpkin-lavender scent and the moon's increasing influence.
Invite the Virgo man to the romantic location as the moon moves into Virgo. Tell him you have something you want to ask him about (appeal to his Virgo curiosity and intellect) but don't tell him what it is. Act playful and teasing (confounding his precision and need for tidiness).
Finally, show up at the romantic location ahead of time and "plant" the stainless steel object somewhere the Virgo man will see and be drawn to it. Make sure you once again are wearing the pumpkin-lavender fragrance. When the Virgo man appears, do nothing but make friendly conversation and let him take the lead in asking questions, which will soon enough turn to questions about your former relationship. Answer his questions truthfully. When the Virgo man discovers and is holding the stainless steel object in his hands (emblematic of the hardness of his heart), take this as an invitation that he wants to be kissed. Be bold, for no matter how much he wants to be with you, the Virgo male's pride requires that you make the first move.
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- Until the Virgo man has actually been attracted to and fondled the stainless steel object, do not reveal what it was you wanted to show him. Deflect his curiosity and let it build. Only after you have kissed him should you can explain why you wanted to bring him to this place.
David Pepper is a Los Angeles-based writer, teacher and filmmaker. He has been writing since 1990. His publication credits include articles for the "Los Angeles" and "New York Times," fiction for journals like "Ends Meet" and "Zyzzyva," and a computer book for Prentice Hall. Pepper holds a Master of Arts in English literature from the University of Pittsburgh.