Actually your point was that since I'm inexperienced as a mentalist, I shouldn't do the show at all. My post didn't prove that at all.
You say yourself that you are inexperienced as a mentalist.
And yes, I am inexperienced in performing mentalism.
So paddy, as usual, was right. Plus the fact that if you are asking for effects for an upcoming show means that you accepted a job without a planned routine and script.
Secondly, you are participating in a 100% English forum. Everyone participating posts in English and is expected to understand English. The fact that you speak 7 other languages is moot. The only bearing it has is that your grasp of English is weaker than mine as a result of the language center in your simian brain being split 8 ways.
This was a poor attempt at an insult, and directed at a full time professional magician. So much for respect. He is giving you the right advice, as much as you don't want to hear it.
Thirdly, I think you mean "interpret" but who knows, if you won't take the time to run a spell-checker, how can you have any credibility as a hard-working non-lazy magician? Disgusting.
One spelling mistake doesn't make someone's advice any less credible. You have a grammar error in the first sentence of your original post. Big deal, it happens.
No I expressed myself in a 100% clear manner. I was looking for thoughts and workings of the Invisible Touch routine additional to those of my own. I didn't state the reason why I wanted them, and you just assumed it was because I have no current workings for the routine. It was your assumption that caused the problem. It was not a result of any ambiguity on my part.
If you had done your research, Banachek, Knepper, Jermay, and Osterlind all have material on enhancing any mentalism act. And if you have Banacheck's Psychokinetic Touches, he pretty much covers everything you need. Stories and patter need to be original to the performer, otherwise the performance becomes stale and boring.
And yes, I am inexperienced in performing mentalism, and that's why I wrote here looking for potential ideas people may have thought of that I have not yet considered and have not yet been able to learn due to my lack of experience. However, you are suggesting that I back-out of getting my first experience BECAUSE I have no experience. Your logic is, as usual, extremely flawed. I'm 100% confident I can deliver a great show that the client will be overly-pleased with, as I have experience with performing in general, and will just be applying a mentalism filter to that framework. I wrote here seeking knowledge from those that do have the experience in hopes of delivering an even better show, because I care that much about delivering for the client.
You're inexperienced in a field, are asking for effects after you've accepted a show, and are looking for scripting and stories for an effect that allows pretty much endless possibilities. That doesn't show much dedication to the art or your client's wishes.
He's not saying, "Don't perform mentalism because you're inexperienced." He's saying, "Don't do a PAYING gig with material you're inexperienced with." Therefore, paddy's logic holds.
No, I expressed exactly what I wanted to. What I didn't express was the reason I was asking. I didn't express it because it was unimportant and had zero bearing on what the response should be. Perhaps you could re-write your answer to provide useful advice instead of simply attempting to discourage people from broadening their horizons.
You asked: "Does anyone have any unusual or creative ways of presenting the Invisible Touch (A.K.A. the PK Touch)? Do you have a good story to go with it?"
If you can't be bothered to come up with your own scripting and presentation, how are we supposed to take that? At face value, it certainly looks as though you're lazy and don't want to do the work. Whether that's true or not, I don't know. You have to be specific on these forums, as we don't know who you are or what you're capable of.
As far as other "tricks" to use in your routine, I'd recommend Corinda's 13 Steps and Anneman's Practical Mental Magic. They both have a ton of effects, and I'm sure there's some in there that could suit you.