Mentalist or magician

The Mentalist

mentalistThe mentalists usually don’t combine “typical” magic tips and their psychological feats. Which means that they would connect mentalism directly with the theatrical performance “hocus-pocus” practiced by podium magicians. Most mentalists affirm they are not magicians at all, saying that it is a completely distinct technique. The reason is that Mentalism requests perception and when exposed correctly, it is promoted as being “existent” be it an example of mental potential or evidence that can support other examples including a photo memory, being a personal computer,  the strength of suggestions.

The Magician

magicianThe magicians invite the public to change their perception and let their creativity to have fun with a variety of techniques they offer; they accept that they are tricksters and artists and the public realise that the girl actually is not cut in two pieces nor could the entertainer really fly or maybe making remarkably huge elements disappear. . . it is everything an optical illusion. But there is a “go over” regarding both of these ideas identified as “psychological Magic” — repercussions containing sensation of things paranormal or maybe emotionally extraordinary even so include a set of physiological systems that give to the people a possible justification associated with  “hocus-pocus “.

A lot of magicians, associate psychological abilities with secret optical illusions. This type of magic performs are usually described as mental power by entertainers.