Power your mind for psychometry first by learning which hand is more susceptible to receiving psychic energy from your token objects. Psychometry is a psychic talent that allows you to see an item’s history which includes who touched it, where it has been, etc. You may start by seeing the briefest of flashes, but with exercises to build your psychic talent, you can grow to see more and more of any item’s history.
Most of the time, whatever hand you use as your dominant hand is not your psychically receptive hand, meaning most right-handed people’s left hand is most receptive. To make sure, you can test your hands. Hold your hands at chest level, fingers pointing up and your palms facing one another. You should then rub your hands together very slightly to stimulate the energy. Move your hands together and apart to make the energy flow more apparent. You should be able to feel which hand is emitting a stronger psychic energy. This hand is your receptor for the psychometry exercises.
When choosing your exercise with which to practice psychometry, you can either choose to power your mind individually, or to practice with a group. For an individual practice, begin sitting with your eyes closed. Place your hands in your lap with the palms facing up and as you would do with any psychic work, get into a meditative, psychically receptive state of mind.
Even though this is a practice for one person, have a friend hand you an object they have owned for a long time. This ensures that you can find out at least some of the object’s history. You should hold this item in your receptive hand. Allow your mind to open up and focus your energy on the object. Any sort of feeling, thought or idea you have could be a psychometric vision. Check your findings with your friend.
For a group exercise in psychometry, begin by having everyone place an item on a large table so that the objects don’t touch each other. It’s important that the objects remain independent of each other so that the psychic energy remains distinct for each object. Then each person will then take an object that is not theirs to test. Hold the item in your receptive hand until you receive some vision or notion about the object. It might help you to ask a question of the object. All the participants should announce their findings, with the object’s owner confirming or denying the visions.
Even if you do not think you saw a vision, you likely had some sort of feeling. Even if all you sense from the object is an emotion or something as simple as a color, you should share that. Even the smallest of visions will help both yourself and the rest of the group in terms of psychometric skills. Every little notion is a sign that you can power your mind