I do at times when I need a longer or shorter set include an item that appeared in Banachek book on muscle reading in which the performer makes use of psychological forces to convince his audience they too have read the reactions of the person sitting next to them. It fits very well in-between the two sequences outlined above. Check it out if it appeals to you.
The basic framework for the effect still exists. It allows me to select the four people I think I are most responsive. It also for larger rooms allows me to increase the number of shoelaces.handed out and gives me a wider selection of people to watch before progressing with suggestion routine without adding any "dead time" to the effect as a whole.
While the "in the audience" pendulum moments arc happening I am of course
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