A fun, entertaining, and feel good mentalism routine.
I've come to realize that when many of us hear the word "psychic," we imagine a neon-lit storefront, decorated with crystal balls, fog machines, the essence of "smoke and mirrors." From an early age, we're warned by our parents that these services are scams and begin associating psychic gifts as questionable and fraudulent for the most part. The otherworldly events we experience in childhood are mostly discredited, and even as we explore divination practices in adulthood, we are still quick to raise an eyebrow at the word "psychic."
The truth is that Psychics are simply individuals who are able to see, hear, feel, sense, taste, or have intuition beyond the boundaries of the physical world. It is difficult, perhaps even impossible to firmly define what society deems "normal" perception. After all, we are conditioned to believe that our perception of reality is fairly concrete. We assume that everyone knows the sky as blue or can detect when someone is in a cranky mood. But as we continue to expand this sensory spectrum, we realize that certain senses become less common among our peers. It is through this awareness that many of us become aware of our unique, inherent psychic gifts.
Let's test your intuitive abilities ...
So begins Psychics Are Simply Individuals, a new self-working and impromptu playing card routine with a clever method by Anabelle and Mystic Alexandre where you'll be testing the subject's intuitive ability, and in the end attempt to demonstrate yours. If you're right, the subject will experience incredibly good luck for an entire year!
This manuscript also includes Balanced and Flowing, a simple playing card routine that will determine how energetically ready the subject is to meet their goals and objectives. Using only 12 playing cards based on a mathematical principle, this little routine has a cool little surprise ending.
Also included is an article that will help you turn your ideas into reality.
- Easy to do
- Fun and effective
- Use any deck
- No sleight of hand
- Go get 'em
1st edition 2022, PDF 13 pages.
word count: 4567 which is equivalent to 18 standard pages of text