What makes your smile? Every day I wonder and try really hard to make other people smile.  I actually go out of my way to test a new magic trick or simply opening a door for a stranger with the only purpose being making some random stranger smile.  When humans smile there is actually a chemical release in your brain! When you smile, your brain releases neuropeptides. … Your brain also releases feel-good neurotransmitters, including dopamine, endorphins, and serotonin, when a smile flashes across your face. These brain chemicals aid in calming your nervous system by lowering heart rate and blood pressure.  When is the last time you made a random person smile? I DARE you to try it, it just might make you smile back.

“It takes a special kind of person to make you question your deepest held beliefs about what is possible and what is not. I perform at Tahiti Village every Sunday afternoon, have you been to the show? If you have leave a comment and tell me a trick you saw that made you smile. PLEASE smile as you write this post!!!!

I am as perplexed as the rest of you when people smile after they watch my tricks.

“Don’t ask me how I do it!  Just accept that some smiles and things can never be explained.

“Can the magic of Seth Grabel make you smile? Can you have a mind blowing good time and smile a huge big toothy grin? Yes! See Seth perform unbelievable feats every Sunday at 4 p.m. in our Kahiko Room. It’s a great way to wrap up your weekend.”

Thanks for reading guys! I love you and want to hear all about your SMILES and the SMILES you made other people have.  Leave it in the comments below and I will SMILE a huge one just for you.



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