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Qrt727

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Richard Osterlind talks about the video of his show, in every routine. I read the first book, and I've found some of them. Does someone know if there is a link of the entire show video, or for every single routine? I just didn't find it.
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I'm pretty sure the books are a supplemental guide to the original video/DVDs.
You can see the first volume of Mind Mysteries video here:
https://www.murphysmagic.com/product.aspx?id=47318
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Ok, thank you
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are you searching for just the performances? or the Instructional Videos?
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I think L&L (llpub.com) carries the full set of the Mind Mysteries videos. There were 7 videos in the series. The supplemental books are OK, but I am not sure they add much more
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Imo - Mind Mysteries are must haves, for any mentalist.

The real world advice Richard gives is worth many times the price of the DVDs.

One of the subtleties within the videos, is how to look at ordinary items, as mentalist tools. Cross pens and pencils, Swatch watches, and ungimmicked calculators are but some of the items I'm talking about.

Don't get confused by the magic on the media (as I did) Richard explains that he performs these as oddities or strange occurrences, separate from mentalism but different from traditional magic. 

It's a very hard concept to grasp and I still struggle with it but in the end and in Richards's own words "there are no rules". For a man who sees life in black and white terms with very little gray, I need rules, so that I can understand how to break them. But I digress.







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