A lot of the audience know that magic tricks are largely sleight of hand stuff, but they're intrigued by the mind stuff. They understand some of the principles behind it . . . but they're confused by how it's all mixed together onstage, which is good for me.
I don't pretend that I can read minds. I don't believe anybody can read minds. In other words, I don't believe in psychics.
Some brains are easy to hack into, and other brains are nearly impossible to hack into because they are so complex.
By combining elements such as hypnosis, magic, neurolinguistic programming and psychology, I can make it appear that I can hack into people's brains.
I like pushing the envelope. I like pushing myself and the audience, whether it's a TV show or live. I like to throw people over the edge of the cliff and scare the wits out of them, but then pull them back and make them safe.
Studying neuro-linguistic programming is what teaches you how to implant and extract thoughts. Mixing psychology, hypnotism and magic somewhat goes into this area called mentalism, which is what I mostly do. It’s magic of the mind.
Magic is all about directing attention. If I didn’t want you to look at my right hand then I don’t look at it.
TWINS by Nefesch is a fantastic piece of truly impromptu mentalism which will only be performed by fearless performers. Highly recommended!
I'm going to show you all how easy it is to manipulate the human mind once you know how.
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