Psychophysiological Thought Reading by Banachek NOW BACK IN STOCK!!! Literally two books in one! On one side of this page hardcover is a reprint of . Psychophysiological Thought Reading, or, Muscle Reading and the Ideomotor Response Revealed. Houston, Texas: Magic. Psychological Subtleties has 36 ratings and 3 reviews. David said: This is one of the best books I’ve ever read and at the same time one of the worst.T.
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Jul 28, David Groves rated it liked it. This is one of the best books I’ve ever read and at the same time one of the worst. The good in this book comes from its subject matter. No mentalist has become more associated with subtle psychological methods than Banachek, a Texas corporate magician.
He didn’t invent psychological subtleties, for sure, but he is the one who decided to collect them into book format. If you’re not a magician, you don’t know what I mean, and that’s good.
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bbooks You shouldn’t be reading this, anyway, so go away. If you a This is one of the best books I’ve ever read and at the same time one of the worst. If you are a magician, though, you know that you can get a lot of mileage out of this ploy. It doesn’t constitute an entire show, to be certain, but it can enhance it a lot.
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Sometimes, it’s a trick that people remember forever. I used one of these ploys yesterday in walkaround mentalism, and there is truly no explanation for it. Now someone has helped solidify a new category of effect. But really now, this book is a big effin mess.
Start with the prose, because that’s the heart of any book. It’s serviceable, but I wish he’d write in complete thoughts. I wish he’d cover the waterfront. I wish he’d give me a complete idea of what he’s learned rather than just skimming the surface and tracing an outline of everything.
I’ve recently been reading Tommy Wonder’s books, and those are thoughtful treatises on a particular subject, delving deeply into the art of magic and all of its subtleties.
Yesterday, I read a chapter about how well and often aquitments should be made. He came up with some general principles and warnings. Banachek would never do that.
He’s brief, brief, and brief. And look at the size of the book. He’s split it all into three volumes and you have to pay for each one, but if he’d put them all in one volume, it would have been only an average-sized book. But it’s in the production values that this book is most wanting. Look at that cover. The Vitruvian Man is a white blob and banahcek is no style at all. Look inside and it’s even worse.
Fonts are changed to bold or italics with no apparent rhyme or reason. There are no diagrams to illustrate what the author is describing in words. Why in the world did Scott Hollingsworth get involved in the project if he weren’t going to take care of the production values? Nov 20, Daniel H rated it it was amazing.
A great book full of very useful information, especially for mentalism which is what the book is aimed at. Would recommend to anyone who want’s to become a mentalist. Mgmdc rated it it banwchek amazing Feb 21, Brian rated it it was amazing Feb 15, Chris Lopez rated it it was amazing Jul 05, Ryan rated it it was amazing Sep 25, Brad rated it really liked it Aug 01, Brandon Toh rated it really liked it Dec 28, Adam rated it really liked it May banache, Michael Daniels rated it really liked it Jan 30, Alex Fleming rated it it was amazing Apr 19, James rated it liked it Mar 27, Paul Craven rated it it was amazing Nov 13, Calico Jack rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Alan rated it liked it Mar 19, Ulice rated it really liked it Dec 30, Matthew Baxter rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Kabir Hanspal rated it it banache amazing Aug 13, Ky Nguyen rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Peter Prevos rated it it was amazing Jun 24, Oct 16, Oliver Ho rated it really liked it.
Interesting material–I can see returning to this book several times.
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