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SleepyMagic
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Hi,
I'm really loving reading and performing suggestion based effects such as ones in building blocks by jermay...true mysteries 1 and 2 etc.

Even though its not 100% it makes you look like you have real powers...have you guys got any books or any material to do with suggestion to recommend to me??

Sleepy
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Banacheck's Psychological Subtleties is a great place to start. The naked mentalism series is also worth checking out and my final recommendation is Kenton Knepper's wonder words.

They should do nicely.
Michael Zarek
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Bridge and Pygmalion effects by Aaron Alexander
Speechless by Brandon Queen
Reader discretion is advised.
Adrien L.
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On Apr 17, 2016, Michael Zarek wrote:
Bridge and Pygmalion effects by Aaron Alexander
Speechless by Brandon Queen


While Bridge and most effects in Pygmalion Effects are amazing, they are a bit expensive.

I think The Ant Queen is a great introduction to Aaron's work. It's actually a brilliant effect and one of my all time favorites... and it's free!

You could also check Stuck, by James Brown, which is also free and pretty neat.
macgeddert
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"I create as I speak" by Lewis LeVal is a great starter as well.
SleepyMagic
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Thanks for the suggestion guys AMD yes I purchased I create as I speak a while ago AMD agree it goes into a lot of depth AMD reasoning... Very good!

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Once you establish some credibility- almost anything you say can be believable. Tons of obedience & influence studies have confirmed this. If you haven't established credibility yet, just give the suggestion with illusory assurance. People are illogical & most of us will believe whatever we are told. If you say something will happen- more times than none- people will expect something.
I don't want to give out too much information but there's a lot out there on suggestions, persuasion & influence.
"You may think that i only talk of things from the past, you know, history, well magic is history"

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Stuck is available free from www.powa.academy

Have a look at Reality Bending when you're there - may answer al your questions
SleepyMagic
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Thanks for the feedback...I totally agree with the credibility aspect..
That's why whenever showing someone any mentalism I start with sure fire effects to kinda build my reputation but then I go into suggestion etc...

Sleepy
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