Psychometry is a great exercise to help boost your intuition and clairvoyance while helping you tune in more easily to your “gut feelings” about things. I did a video about it a while back, but a subscriber asked me how to specifically read the past using this method, so here it is!
The interesting thing about psychometry is that it helps you fine-tune your awareness of the subtle energies all around us. Our objects are made of energy, and that energy gets “imprinted” by our emotions and the general energetic vibration we produce. There’s a charge to our life force, and that charge is so powerful it imbues the objects we interact with with our own vibration.
I’ve always thought it would be great fun to get to do a past life regression in an ancient powerful place, or to hold museum-quality artifacts and objects to get a psychometry read on them. The things that hold the most vibration are typically metal, but I’ve had great success with jewelry and even lipstick!
The more you get used to reading the energy of objects (and people), the easier it is to just trust your intuition explicitly and to know, without a doubt, that your impressions and instincts are 100% valid and accurate. One of the biggest challenges that most people face when working on their psychic and intuitive abilities is trusting themselves. The more you practice, the better you get – and psychometry is one of the easiest ways to get that practice.
Of course, no matter how intuitive you are, it’s nice to get a second opinion. And I’m here to help with readings, energy healings, on-demand meditations and my psychic development training program. So just reach out! 🙂
Around the time I began working on developing my clairvoyance, I discovered the tarot. I’d never quite understood how all that worked, but I read Sonia Choquette’s classic book “The Psychic Pathway” and she talked about using the cards as a child, and how they helped her develop her psychic skills and do readings for others. I loved Sonia’s teaching style so much, and resonated with her, so I knew that the tarot would be something I could really get into.
Around that time, my husband I and took a trip to France. I love to shop, but the only thing I REALLY super wanted from that trip was a pack of French tarot cards. I looked for them in Paris but to no avail. One day, while in the Loire Valley, we just so happened to go into this little village, and then just so happened to wander into a little shop, where I just so happened to find the perfect deck of Albano-Waite French tarot cards. They are really magical, and to this day, though I have other decks of cards, they’re my go-to source; in fact, sometimes, it’s like they sing to me!
Once we were back home, I picked up some books and started to read and learn about the significance of the cards, how to do layouts, and how to interpret what the cards mean. The pictures on my cards were so beautiful that they captured my fancy, and the ancient symbolism triggered something in my subconscious. It was as if I already knew what the cards meant.
The tarot is all about divination through ancient mysteries and archetypal images, and if you’ve been a spiritual seeker or mystic of certain schools or philosophies in other lifetimes, chances are, it will resonate with you on some deep level.
If you’re a visual person, and you’re intrigued by tarot cards, all you have to do is get a deck you think is visually appealing, buy some books (the simple ones are the best for beginners), and then practice doing spreads and reading the cards daily. It’s not difficult to do; you just have to relax your mind and let your intuition take the reigns.
The tarot is a great way to access your inner voice; it really helped me to tune in and I still use it regularly for myself, tackling the most mundane and the most complicated issues. I find it’s a great tool to help me quiet my mind and focus, and wonderful ideas and notions and insights just pop into my head.
Do you use Tarot cards? If so, what’s your favorite deck?
Want to know the biggest secret about being psychic?
It’s not so much about picking up on extra-sensory information. All you have to do is learn how to quiet your mind down and you’ll totally be in psychic mode.
It’s about being BRAVE.
I’ve been working with a client/student I’ll call Melanie. She knows she’s pretty intuitive, and she wants to do readings for people professionally. A lot of people I work with are really shy when it comes to actually doing a reading on someone. It’s pretty scary to sit there and just tell a complete stranger all these things you see about their life. At first, when you’re just learning, it’s kind of like the equivalent of taking your clothes off in front of an audience and yodeling at the top of your lungs. Pretty embarrassing, right?
Melanie is super smart, kind, and empathic. She’s also driven. When she decides to do something, she just jumps in and does it. I’d arranged for her to “read” someone over Skype. I hand-picked this person because she’s familiar with the process, she loves to get readings, she’s open-minded, and she’s also been my best friend for over 20 years. I didn’t tell Melanie that she was reading my best friend, but I did tell her that her readee was one of the most open-minded subjects in the world, someone who would be totally cool with whatever came up in the session, no matter how off-base or wacky it sounded.
We met over Skype, because it doesn’t matter with energy whether you’re in the same room or on another planet – when you connect, you just connect.
My friend didn’t ask any questions: she just stated her name a few times so Melanie could connect to her energy. It was hard at first for Melanie to trust what she was getting, but I encouraged her to just keep on going and helped with techniques to get the energy flowing so her clairvoyance could work more efficiently. When we got going with that, she first saw a grandmother, a really strong, bold figure, who talked about patterns related to relationships, and that these patterns originated in the family, and that my friend had inherited them, and could easily break the cycle. She talked about pain and blockages in the second and third chakras because of these relationship issues, and we worked on clearing and healing them.
She described changes coming up in my friend’s life, a resolving of issues related to her mother, and peeked into the future, where she saw her at a school – a large, old brick building. Melanie tuned in to my friend’s spirit guides, and described, quite vividly, their attributes, messages they wanted to deliver, and areas in which they could help.
This entire time, my friend didn’t say a thing. I didn’t confirm or deny anything, either, because the point of learning to be psychic is to trust the information you’re getting. Melanie had to just keep talking about what she was seeing and what was coming through, and TRUST that she didn’t sound like a complete idiot who had no idea what she was talking about. Can you imagine how brave you have to be to do that?
But once we were done, my friend gave her feedback, and it turns out one of the biggest things she was thinking about and hoping to get clarity on was related to the relationship patterns in her life, which is exactly what Melanie covered.
The grandmother Melanie had seen was my friend’s grandmother, who had passed away years ago, which was pretty awesome. My friend is also working on healing her relationship with her mother, and thinking of going back to school. The advice from her guides was priceless, and Melanie had confirmed impressions of her guides that my friend had received in the past. All in all, it was an amazing session. We were pretty much blown away.
The thing is, this isn’t uncommon!
When you’re brave and you just go for it, like Melanie did, doors fly open and the most incredible information comes through. We’re just not trained in school to trust that we can really know these things.
But we can.
I guess the ultimate question is, how brave are you? How much do you want to know? How much power over your own life do you want to have? We all posses the ability to be psychic – you just have to put forth the effort, trust that what you’re getting has meaning, and just go with it!