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1 This report is part of Per Hogseth’s course: “How to develop your psychic powers”. by Per Hogseth
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2 Psychometry Have you ever touched someone or something and gotten some kind of message -- a message in the form of ideas, pictures, or words? While shopping in an antique store, do you pick up impressions about certain pieces? Are you instantly attracted to some people and objects and repelled by others? If you’ve experienced any of these sensations, you’re experiencing psychometry. Psychometry is the art of interpreting the psychic vibrations contained in objects. Sometimes referred to as "psychic touch," it is the ability to read an object' s history or the history of those who have handled it. While it deals most often with the past, it may often reflect present states as well. It is often used in cases of missing persons. The reader can touch an object the person has worn or touched, usually an article of clothing, to get intuitive impressions of the person’s whereabouts. Some common items used in psychometry are rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and watches. Any of these items will hold information about the wearer, such as their thoughts, emotional state, and events affecting their life. Through psychometry, a story unfolds that describes not only the events of a person' s life, but also how the person is feeling, thinking and reacting to these events. In order to receive clear information, the object should belong to, and have only been worn by, the person getting the reading. The following exercises are very basic, but they will help you learn to develop your psychometric abilities, individually and in groups. Everyone has this ability to some degree, but most of us don' t focus on it consciously. With practice, you may become proficient. If you decide to develop your psychometric skills, only use them for positive purposes. Any attempt to intrude on someone’s life without their permission is not only inappropriate, but clearly an invasion of privacy. Which Hand To Use The hand you use to get impressions from objects is very important. Your dominant hand gives or relays information, while your non-dominant or receptive hand receives information. Your receptive hand is the correct hand to use. The following is a simple test to find out which hand is most receptive. It is very important that you do this, as you will always use this hand to receive impressions, at least until you have become so accurate that you can use either hand.
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3 For most right-handed people, the left hand is the receptive hand. For left-handed
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2010 for the course PSYCH 111 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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