Learn Mentalism — An Introduction For Aspiring Magicians


By now you have most likely heard about mentalism. David Blaine uses mentalism very well to deceive his audience into believing that they have superhuman powers. While it is not easy to learn mentalism, with proper practice and knowledge of the task at hand, it can be attained. I am going to give you some information that will help you get started on learning mentalism.

When you are up in front of an audience, it is important to act firmly and confidently. This will give your audience the impression that you know what you are doing and it will make them more focused, which in turn will help you perform the act of mentalism. In your act, make sure you know exactly what you are going to say. Try to avoid useless chatter as this will cause your audience to drift away and lose interest. It is vital to get at least one member of the audience involved in your act. If you are able to get more than one, this is even better. This gives the audience the impression that you really know what you are doing. Also, be prepared for questions from your audience. When performing mentalism, it is almost a given that you will be asked questions during your act. Answer them swiftly and confidently. Avoid long pauses. If necessary you can make a joke to lighten the mood right after a question is asked. When leading up to your act of mentalism, it is a good idea to perform some classic magic tricks. Even though they are obviously anticipating the mentalism, everyone still enjoys a classic magic trick.

At one time mentalism was something that could only be learned by trial and error. Levitating was something considered superhuman and extraordinairy, even though it is common knowledge that no one can actually levitate above the ground for an extended period of time.

With the usage of the internet, knowledge of mentalism is now easily obtained. There are now identical guides online that can help you learn mentalism in a very short amount of time. These guides are broken down into very simplified steps. It is now so simple that even a 13-year old kid can perform basic tasks involving mentalism.

David Blaine performs some of his best tricks right on the street with the help of no props or aids. He is able to walk up to complete strangers and completely confuse and deceive them. He is able to use illusions to levitate twenty feet in the air for an extended period of time. While these people are completely aware that it is impossible to actually levitate, they are still amazed by the feats that Blaine is able to accomplish.

If you are intersted in learning mentalism, it is easier than ever to achieve that. The guides that are used to teach mentalsim cover every facet of it. It cuts down on hours of trial and error that used to be necessary to pull off these tricks.

Kevin T Hope