Freedom of Expression

Book (pre-order) by Dani DaOrtiz and Grupokaps Proucciones S.L.
$99.95
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Freedom of Expression

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Book (pre-order) by Dani DaOrtiz and Grupokaps Proucciones S.L. ($99.95)

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One of Dani DaOrtiz's most beloved texts is available for the first time ever in English.

Freedom of Expression is an incredible look inside Dani's thinking and philosophy that has helped countless magicians improve their use of psychological forcing and other psychological weapons. Across these nearly 180 pages, Dani strips these concepts to their bare bones in an effort to place them within everyone's reach.

This is the same book that disrupted the magic world in 2009 when it was first published in Spanish. It was the book that introduced us to Dani's famous belief that "everything happens from the viewpoint of the audience."

You'll be transported to Dani's world and learn how to enter the spectator's mind and manipulate as you see fit. Along the way, you'll uncover an arsenal of techniques that will enable you to force your spectator to make decisions they truly feel are completely free.

Freedom of Expression Contents:

  • Strategies, subtleties, psychological techniques...
  • Force numbers, cards (without using a deck), situations, decisions...
  • Study on classical (psychological) forcing
  • The psychology of the seventh card
  • Working with small groups
  • Verbal and numerical forces
  • Magician's Choice
  • Deception by visual perception
  • Dealing with mistakes and outs
  • Fishing and subtleties
  • Tricks right out of Dani's repertoire
  • Think of a number...
 

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