Psychometry is a psychic ability I use all the time with my clients, its definition would be, a person who can sense or “read” the history of an object by holding it. That person can receive impressions from an object by holding it in his/her hands.  These impressions can be received as images, sounds, smells, tastes and even emotions. 

It’s a fabulous skill to use and can enhance your readings with additional information. 

Ask someone to put an item in an envelope that you are completely unaware of. It doesn’t have to be of sentimental value or a photograph of a loved one, it can belong to someone very much alive and kicking😊

Hold the envelope between the palms of your hands. Clear your mind. Set your intention that you are trying to practice psychometry and ask the spirit world for assistance.

Some images or feelings will flow through. You may not get anything.

Then, try taking the item out of the envelope, preferably without looking at it. Looking at it can take your mind off to your own conclusions, and this is not what we want. Try to relax. You are not meant to be making a story out of what you see or feel. That would be your interpretation, not fact. Just say exactly what you see or feel.

It’s very tempting to think an image of say, rice pudding or shepherd’s pie, is too silly to share. But on many occasions when I have passed information like a blue elephant and thought oh my that’s nothing and it has reduced my client to tears. It can be extremely specific evidence to your client.

It is easy for me to say, just say it!  I know, but what I have learnt over many years is to trust the universe and they will provide answers! What’s the worse that can happen? They think you’re a bit nuts. Oh well 😊.

Nine times out of ten my client’s text or call soon after a reading,  and they have placed that information having asked a relative or friend. So be brave😊

Here are some helpful tips:

  1. Allow the information to flow without worrying too much about the sense of it all.
  2. Say exactly what comes into your head. 
  3. No elaborating with your own thoughts. Do not interpret or censor the images, feelings, or thoughts.
  4. What is the first thing you feel?
  5. Is the person warm/cold, sensitive/insensitive, a worrier, happy/sad, shy or extravert?
  6. What do they like: sport, art, music, food. 
  7. Do not be influenced by the item in your hand. A keyring with children on it does not mean they belong or are even related to your client. A Bratz doll toy could belong to a granny!.  A very expensive watch could have been a gift to someone with little money. Talk about what you feel not what you see.

We’ve worked hard and covered lots of subjects so far…just a few to go…hope you are enjoying the course so far…