Psychometry Reading – Ability in which a person can sense or “read” the history of an object by touching it
Psychometry means the ability to discover facts about an event or person by touching inanimate objects associated with them. Psychometry is a type of clairvoyance facilitated by the handling of an object.
Such a person can receive impressions from an object by holding it in his/her hands or, alternatively, touching it to the forehead. Such impressions can be perceived as images, sounds, smells, tastes and even emotions.
How Does Psychometry Work?
Pagenstecher’s vibration theory is getting the most serious attention from researchers. “Psychics say the information is conveyed to them,” writes Rosemary Ellen Guiley in Harper’s Encyclopedia of Mystical & Paranormal Experience, “through vibrations imbued into the objects by emotions and actions in the past.”
Based on the various studies done in the past, most theorize that psychometry works because every object holds memories, or vibrations that are condensed in the object. Someone who taps into their psychometric ability can draw those memories out. In fact, Michael Talbot, author of the book The Holographic Universe, states that all matter past, present, and future exists as vibration.
Different kinds of objects
Here are few examples of objects to read.
- Photos – made of paper, with a frame, they’re often related to people and family. They can contain a lot of emotional and relationship information.
- Walls – often in old buildings, they gather residual energies of the past, and they can inform you about the events of the past. Don’t hesitate to touch the wall in order to do a reading.
- Furniture – typical home objects, especially armchairs can give you a lot of information about the person that used to sit there.
- Toys – when dealing with child problems, their toys can contain vital information about emotional and mental state.
Signs You Might Have Psychometry Abilities
People who are empaths and have the psychic reading ability clairsentience are often excellent at psychometry.
Does this psychometry list resonate with you:
- You can’t buy or wear used clothes or jewelry
- You get a weird feeling when you go into an antique store
- You can’t have furniture that’s been used
- You feel overwhelmed if you go into a pawn shop
- You feel uncomfortable in cluttered spaces (too much energy)
- You feel like you have to wash your hands after picking up used it
How to Do Psychometry
Are you ready to try your hand at psychometry? If so, begin practicing the skill by using objects that someone owned and see if you get any impressions. Choose something that they wore frequently, like a favorite piece of clothing, necklace, bracelet, or ring. Objects that they used or wore a lot will have more of their energy infused into them. Hold the item in your left hand to receive the impressions
Here’s how you can try it yourself:
- Choose a location that is quiet and as free of noises and distractions as possible.
- Sit in a relaxed position with your eyes closed. Rest your hands in your lap with your palms facing up.
- With your eyes remaining closed, ask someone to place an object in your hands. The person should not say anything; in fact, it’s best if there are several people in the room and you don’t know who the person is giving you the object. The object should be something the person has had in his/her possession for a long time. Many researchers believe that objects made of metal are best, theorizing that they have a better “memory.”
- Be still… as images and feelings come into your mind, speak them aloud. Don’t try to process the impressions you get. Say whatever you see, hear, feel or otherwise sense as you hold the object.
- Don’t judge your impressions. These impressions may be strange and meaningless to you, but they might be of significance to the owner of the object. Also, some impressions will be vague and others might be quite detailed. Don’t edit–speak them all.
After the Psychometry Reading
After psychometry reading is over, first the group leader will ask the owner of the object to explain the percentage of what the reader got right or wrong. The other recipient of the reading should go into detail, highlighting everything specific described. Some reading will be wrong however a great part be startlingly accurate. If one of the group has been keeping notes, then these can be read out also. Psychometry is a comparatively easy gift to develop and you will soon discover that it is possible to progress quickly.