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C.J.
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Stumbled onto this page a few minutes ago. A lot of it won't be new to the people here, but I think it's worth a look if you just hold out till number 22 - that's some of the greatest mentalism I've ever seen explained in the lay community.
http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/mind-tricks-for-ya-brain

Oh, and I am quite interested by the Rock Paper Scissors idea. I will have to experiment and see how true it is.
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Thanks for that.
Very entertaining!

All the best,
Axel
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Interesting thoughts, not sure that many of them are true though !
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The carrot is true (and in French it works too - not sure in other languages).
Devious
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I got lost on that sight for about an hour.
Time lost, but it was filled with laughs.
Thanks for posting this C.J. Smile
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Thanks cj, interesting little collection there
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Number 10 looks like something with a possibly good potential if incorporated in a routine.
Number 15 I read in Paul Brook's The Alchemical Tools. Very good book on how to include psychology in your routines.
Number 17... my whole childhood is a lie !!!

Really nice article C.J.
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Fun mind games. Regarding the RPS one, I prefer to do a similar thing but subconsciously show a stone on my hand. Most of the time in casual situations they lose.

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This morning 2 of my students answered cucumber. They were female.
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Freud was right!
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Cucumber is the second most popular answer. Smile
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The psychology in some of these is very good. I teach teachers to whisper to angry students (they'll ofter whisper back), to nod their head when trying to get students to agree, and if you want to get a parent on your side, ask their advice about their child. Even if I've made up my mind, asking someone's advice seems to make them feel more valued and appreciated.
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