Magic is a performing art that entertains an audience by creating illusions of impossible or supernatural feats, using purely natural means. These feats are called "magic tricks," "effects," or "illusions." An artist who performs magic as illusion or entertainment is called an illusionist or a magician. In this course, we teach you to become a magician. Have you ever wanted to perform the same mind-blowing magic tricks you’ve seen on TV? Now you can learn the same secrets & sleights that they use to make others amaze. This will be a mind relaxing and joyful activity for yourself and everyone around you. This tutorial will help you in personal brand building, developing self-esteem and confidence, and stress management.
At times like this, instead of brooding over the problems of life and sinking into a depression, is it not a better idea to cast aside all the problems and become involved in an interesting activity?
Stress is a major health concern which in turn causes a myriad of other problems and that is why taking a break by spending some time focusing on activity would be a good idea.
One of the most amazing ways in which the art of magic has been found to be effective is its therapeutic value towards various disabilities. With cases like autism, cognitive delayed, learning disabled and emotionally disturbed surfacing frequently, the inclusion of magic in the curriculum enables these children to concentrate and develop the willpower to use their physical and mental faculties in the best possible way.
We have organized the tutorial with magic tricks that require no special gimmicks and can be done anywhere at any time. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner you’ll be learning some of these tricks in minutes. Already know some magic or sleights don’t worry. We’ve included more advanced tricks that you can practice.
There are 37 professional-level tricks included in this tutorial. You can practice them and become a well-talented magician.
So what will you learn?
· Card Tricks
· Street Magic
· Coin Tricks
· Note tricks
· Rubber Band Magic
· Vanishing object tricks
· Production tricks
· Transformation tricks
· Sleight of Hand
· Mind Reading
· Mathematical tricks
· And a ton more
Triggers imagination and creativity
Magic is an art in itself and like other forms of art, it needs plenty of practice, perseverance, and patience for the performer to excel. Obviously, this requires much imagination and creativity and many people consciously feel that this kind of education has led them to become more open-minded.
Hence, performing these tricks correctly in front of an audience has the same effect on them – apart from being enthralled, it arouses their inherent curiosity, sparks their imagination, and opens up their mind to new possibilities as well.
Elders or children live in a world of their own and the aspect of magic tricks that fascinates them the most concerns how these are performed.
In an effort to unravel the mystery, they watch the magician with unwavering concentration, hoping to figure out the trick.
In this way, the relevance of magic is apparent because not only do they become more observant but mentally sharp also. In addition, they learn to develop critical thinking skills which are likely to come in handy in a classroom setting while conducting experiments.
Helps overcome shyness
The fact that many magicians were shy as children and subsequently went on to host stage shows all over the world is proof enough of the fact that learning magic helps to build confidence and this, in turn, plays a crucial role in overcoming shyness.
Having mastered the trick, nothing could be a bigger confidence booster than performing it perfectly in front of an audience and seeing them rapturously applauding.
Development of decision making and good motor skills
Magic tricks involve the incessant movement of the hands and intricate handling of objects.
Therefore, it is but natural for good motor skills to develop, and by the time the people become eight years of age, they have become adept at fine motor skills as well.
This is also one of the reasons why magicians advise parents to introduce their children to this art during their formative years – not only is it an interesting way of teaching them how to follow instructions but also acquire fluency in their movements courtesy of repeated practice.
Nowadays stress is a major problem for everyone. Because of stress, people get angry and problems arise. Stress is a major health concern which in turn causes a myriad of other problems and that is why taking a break by spending some time focusing on activity would be a good idea.
Another area in which magic tricks form a part of treatment therapy is hemiplegia, described as cerebral palsy caused by damage to parts of the brain which control muscular movements.
Although the victims of this disability have no hope of being totally cured, their motor skills have shown a great deal of improvement through the regular practice of magic tricks.
Thus magic has a lot of relevance in life not only in terms of physical development but also for cultivating mental faculties, not to mention its therapeutic importance.
Magic tricks are useful in every situation no matter where you are. You can stand out in the crowd. You can do these tricks at school, restaurants, on the streets, at gatherings, parties, or anywhere you want. People will request you to perform once they know you do magic.