Par Richard Mark & Marc Salem
Un rêve devenu réalité ! Une démonstration vous permettant de recevoir, par télépathie supposée, les rêves de vos spectateurs, de manipuler leur mémoire ou bien de leur faire oublier un souvenir, le tout avec beaucoup d’humour !
Livré avec 15 cartes spéciales (en anglais).
Livret en anglais, couverture souple.
T’S ONLY A DREAM… is a dream come true! Every-one dreams. Some remember their dreams, and many forget them. Some have nightmares and others nothing but pleasant dreams. IT’S ONLY A DREAM will help you entertain your audience with a new and exciting demonstration that captures their dream experiences.
Included is an easily carried tool that can be adaptable to many presentations including Zoom. It allows individuals to dream their choice of dream and appears to allow the performer to receive it via telepathy, to manipulate memory and to cause a dream to be forgotten and retrieved.
- Nothing written
- No electronics
- Well designed and easy to handle large sized cards
- Zoom alternatives and closeup or platform
- No memory, math and no fishing
- Demonstrate mind to mind communication
- Many incredible variations with comic possibilities
You will delight in the hidden methods. You can present it to any audience and produce a profound mystery with the potential for humor or a pseudo-scientific demonstration.
“The collaboration of Marc Salem and Richard Mark has a long history of selecting not only topics of great interest to mentalist, but also diving deep into them with respect to the human psyche. It’s Only A Dream, may be the most powerful example of this yet. The topic alone resonates with everyone. Some cultures believe that dreams are reality and consciousness is a dream. Regardless in my experience nothing has a more dramatic impact than the power of perceiving dreams.”
– Neal Scryer
“DREAMS ARE THE WINDOW TO THE UNCONSCIOUS”
– SIGMUND FREUD
“A DREAM THAT IS NOT UNDERSTOOD REMAINS A MERE OCCURRENCE: UNDERSTOOD IT BECOMES A LIVING EXPERIENCE”
– CARL JUNG
“CARL, STOP ALL YOUR DAYDREAMING, COME HELP ME IN THE KITCHEN”
– Mrs. CARL JUNG