Sensory Intelligence Book
A beautiful close-up graphology routine.
The routine compromises of three increasingly powerful reveals using three business cards. Several variations of the routine are given, including a drawing duplication and a which hand finale.
With just a few business cards and a pen, you’ll be able to create a number of incredible moments for your audiences. Sensory Intelligence is a routine focused on the art of graphology, Using this premise to read the mind of your participant and reveal multiple names of important people to them with 100% accuracy, every time. Alongside the accompanying emotions with those names.
Steven and other contributors, including Kennedy, Dee Christopher, Luca Volpe offer some variants and alternate endings to strengthen the routine even further.
Some of these contributions include Dee Christopher offering his thinking on the routine,. merging it with his popular “Falling Coins” effect.
This routine is a mind-blowing routine with several twists and turns to captivate your audience.
F#@#ing cool bro: Paul Vigil
It’s so good! :: Peter Turner:
I decided to tell the absolute truth as you know I’m a HUGE fan of S.I. Damn you to hell for releasing it
“I’m a huge fan of Steven’s material but I’m starting to dislike him, solely for releasing Sensory Intelligence! It’s too damn sneaky to be known by a larger audience!” – Mick Wilson
Hi, my friend I quickly read and it looks my kind of things. Intimate, meaningful and with no fancy props:: Luca Volpe
Steven’s Sensory Intelligence is a smart, old-school, three-part name divination that uses just your business cards. It’s clearly a solid worker, and Steven includes handling and performance tips to help you get up to speed. The methodology feels really flexible and begs for customisation and different framings::
‘What Stephen has given you here is a simple easy to follow instructional tool for powerhouse direct Mentalism! Personally, I love how multi-layered each revelation is and with only a few business cards and a pen!! Always awesome mate! Thanks for sharing this with us all!’: Ben Cardall