26 Jul 2016
Wake Up CW Jason Bird

New Magic on Wake Up with CW


 

On July 21st, bright and early in the mornin’, I had the pleasure of appearing on the Wake Up with CW morning show to promote Masters of Illusion 2016.  Hosts Krystal Allan and Jeff Maher were good sports.  We had a lot of fun and shared a lot of laughter, which is always a good way to start your day off on a positive foot. Speaking of positivity, my new magic trick that I created especially for my segment on the show, centers on positivity and the role of the magician to help you see clearly.  I don’t want to give too much away, so you’ll have to watch it for yourself.

With our thoughts, we create the world. — The Buddha

In the comments below, share with me how you clear away the negative to make room for all of the good, positive thoughts.  It’s especially important now (perhaps more than ever) to keep our optimism and positivity in tact.  If it is true that what we think about we bring about, then we don’t want pessimism clouding our vision. Admittedly, I do get down from time to time, myself, but I’m a pretty fierce believer in humanity and Planet Earth. So what’s your magic trick?

Much thanks to Krystal and Jeff for being such great cohorts.  Be sure to mark your calendars : Wake Up with CW Las Vegas on September 29th at 8:40am PST , my second appearance on the morning show promoting the season finale of the CW network’s Masters of Illusion 2016, where you will once again see a new magic trick that you have never seen before. (Hint, hint: I will be on the season finale of Masters as well so be sure to tune in September 30th for back to back finale episodes at 8p PST)

PS: Make sure to join my Insider subscribers list. With my tribe of insiders I will share top secret locations of where I will be performing street magic or filming a segment of one of my shows and sometimes will send out VIP meet and greet invites for you and you alone. Let’s do this thing! (JOIN HERE)

Be well on the journey, my friends, 

Jason Bird New Magic Tricks

About Jason Bird

Jason Bird has been performing magic for 20 years. Considered one of the best sleight of hand artists of his generation, he is a gifted close-up magician as well as a unique combination of illusionist and storyteller known for interweaving story with magic.

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