A Piece Of My Mind by Michael Murray

A Piece Of My Mind by Michael Murray

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A Piece Of My Mind by Michael Murray

"A Piece Of My Mind" is collection of mentalism routines, discussions and principles by Michael Murray developed over a ten year period. Known the world over for his unique approach to mentalism plots this is sure to become a classic text upon this subject.

This book will contain all of the following and more…

 

  • Springboard (Principle and Routines) - Teach your spectators a skill that will allow them to read minds.

  • ATM (Routine) - Seemingly discern the PIN number of a random spectator and then wipe all traces of it from their memory.

  • Tattle Tailed (Routine) - Possibly the greatest ESP routine ever devised.

  • A Brave New World (Routine) - A brand new approach to the OOTW plot.

  • Dave's PIN (Routine) - A propless method for revealing the PIN details of five spectators.

  • Picasso (Routine) - An in the minds design duplication of sorts.

  • Comparative Uncertainty Principle (Principle and Applications) - A method for truly reading your spectators thoughts.

  • The Pandora Principle (No Memory Reading System) - A simple system which will allow you to give highly accurate readings for certain people.

  • The Inversion Technique (Principle) - Change the way your spectators will think about your routines using a simple change in performance context.

  • Making it Memorable (Technique) - A method which will allow your spectators to recall your performances years after the event.

  • What Does a Mentalist Do? (Introduction) - A brief introduction into the propless section of the book.

  • Read My Mind (Short Essay) - A simple method for removing challenges from your spectators.

  • Principles Within Mentalism - A simple introduction into the use of principles within mentalism.

  • Small but Deadly (Technique) - Strengthen the way your audience interprets your effects using "favourable objections".

  • Thought Unlinking (Principle and applications) - Learn how to do pre-show work "real time".

  • Thoughts on Billet Work - Some thoughts and suggestions for the use of billet work which detail Michael's thoughts on how/why thoughts should be written down.

  • The Circle of Truth (Short Essay) - An examination of the logic of billet work.

  • Crossword (Routine) - A billet routine which allows you to apparently write down the spectators thought ahead of time.

  • The Racket Switch (Technique) - A new method for switching a billet.

  • Animal Instincts - Discern your spectators thoughts using the answers to three questions.

  • Consulting the News (Suggestion/Routine) - Predict a word that is genuinely decided upon by two spectators.

  • On the Level - A method for building rapport with your spectators.

  • A Sight Unseen - A simple billet routine used to demonstrate some of the points highlighted earlier within the text.

  • The Boomerang Force (Principle and Routine) - A method for allowing you to control your spectators choices whilst they are changing their mind.

  • Cal-Ender (Principle and applications) - An amazing principle which takes advantage of a mysterious flaw within an iPhone calculator.

  • Daylight Robbery – (Routine) - Genuinely discern the PIN codes to two spectators mobiles (even Sherlock would be impressed).

  • Personal Identification Number (An Out) - A language based pseudo PIN number reveal.

  • Un-Real – (Principle/Routine) - A psychological quirk forms the basis of a "Liar Truth Teller" routine.

  • Sublime Influence (Routine) - Prove how your unconscious thoughts may be manipulated by what we see.

  • Bonus – Once Removed (Routine) - A novel take on the think a card plot.

  • Spectator as Mind Reader (Essay) - An essay which provides some insight into this often "loved or loathed" plot.

PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download ,Gimmick not included

 

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