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How many of you are using the theme of dreams in your mentalism?

After reading a few books by Robert Moss I have been re-imagining the way I present my effects. Logan Five has also mentioned the work of Moss in relation to creating, or rethinking mentalism effects.

Dreams are big in his books, so I began to wonder if anyone is currently using the topic of dreams in mentalism.

Look forward to hearing your thoughts.
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Socrates,

I posted my presentation in the Session Room, away from an open forum.
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Dreams have always interested me but I've never used it as a presentational tool. I think it could easily be an interesting premise and could create strong mentalism. That being said, I know a psychic entertainer that does dream analysis for people. She makes it into something so special and unique for her clients. She has really taught me a lot about making readings relevant.  
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Yes I was thinking something based around the 'Inception' movie would be a great as most folk will have seen the film, and you could play around the dream within a dream concept.
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I do not currently use the theme of dreams, but it does intrigue me. Plus, I love "Inception," so there's that. For those familiar with the film, they could be asked to draw or write a "totem" for themselves, and after the dream state, you are able to reveal the totem.

hmmm.... Now, I'm thinking...


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