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Fushigi Gravity Ball

By Renae Walsh

The fushigi magic gravity ball has got to be one of the coolest things ever offered on late night television. The commercials are amazing. At first you are not even quite sure what you are looking at. Is it a toy or trick? Well, first things first. The fushigi is a little bit of both.

Trying to remember the name Fushigi was near impossible for me but when I began to search for this thing online I soon realized it was a form of contact juggling. People have been practicing contact juggling for over 25 years but there has never been a global interest in it until Fushigi. There are plenty of other gravity balls on the market but it is the Fushigi that will bring contact juggling mainstream.

After some exhaustive searches into contact juggling I finally found a place to order my Fushigi ball and waited with baited breadth until it arrived. The DVD it comes with explains and demonstrates a lot of the basics so it is definitely worth watching. What I noticed right off the bat was that there wasn’t anything magical about Fushigi. You can perform the movements with any ball it just looks a bit cooler done with this the Fushigi. I’m happy I have the fushigi ball because everything looks more like a performance art than it does with a softball.

Learning contact juggling was not hard but it certainly requires a lot of practice and a good bit of patience. It is not as easy as it looks on Television. The people in the commercials are experts at these tricks and have been practicing the art of contact juggling for a long time. This doesn’t mean that we can’t learn but it takes time. However, anyone can do this and the basics can be learned rather quickly.

Everyone who sees the fushigi is immediately captivated by this thing. Whether you are trying to perform or just watching, it captures the attention of both young and old. Now that Fushigi is being mass marketed for such an inexpensive price compared to other acrylic balls, I fully expect this to be the next hot toy. Everybody wants one of these so expect to see this everywhere by Christmas. It is too cool not to be the next big fad.

The only problem with the Fushigi is that you cannot buy it in stores. Right now you can only order it online or by phone. I would imagine that retailers will get their crack at it soon but for now it is strictly an as seen on TV product. Having said that, if you want to buy fushigi be very careful during the ordering process. Steer clear of bonus offers and upgrades and expect to pay a standard shipping charge. If you pay attention while ordering, you will not end up with a bunch of junk that you do not want.

Learn more about Fushigi Ball. Stop by Renae Walsh’s site where you can find out all about The Fushigi Ball Reviews and what it can do for you.

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Walsh, Renae "Fushigi Gravity Ball." Fushigi Gravity Ball. 7 Aug. 2010. 20 Sep 2014 <>.

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Walsh, R (2010, August 7). Fushigi Gravity Ball. Retrieved September 20, 2014, from

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Walsh, Renae "Fushigi Gravity Ball"

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