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The definition of a professional magicain is making all of your income from magic so if you do stand in front of a mirror and practise 6 hours a day for a year and you make all of your money from magic than you are a professional however if you end up sitting in front of the mirror for 6 hours everyday for a year and you do not do magic for a living than you are not a proffesional but I do agree with you when you say that you are still a beginner if you have been doing magic for a year and you are a proffesional.
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Right now I'm just doing magic for the pure fun of it. I like buying the tricks figuring stuff out and learning to do new things. Will I ever make a living with magic....nope but its a great hobby and keeps me out of trouble.
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I have the first 2 phases down in my cups and balls routine, so now it is official: I am a beginner. there is no stopping me now.
Ut imago est animi voltus sic indices oculi ~
The face is a picture of the mind as the eyes are its interpreter ~Cicero
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