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What is Psychometry and how it can be used to find lost objects?

Updated on March 5, 2013
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What is Psychometry?

Psychometry is a special discipline of psychology, where extra sensory perception is used to obtain information from objects. Some psychics seems to have this ability naturally while others tend to get this ability by practice. Psychometry is gaining new respect and fame in the era of science as more people are tuning to spirituality to find answers to their questions.

Psychometry can be very useful when it is used and applied in the benefit of humankind and society. It can be used to find lost objects and even missing human beings. Historically, many detective agencies have used this science to find missing people and even find the murderer or the convict. However, this field is still treated with skepticism by majority of the people who rely on logical thinking and fact based evidence. Hence, the results obtained from Psychometry might be treated as unreliable and untrustworthy. So, psychometry is still mainly used by psychics to help those people who are interested to gain insights and information beyond their general perception.

Psychometry is based on the principle that all objects, whether living or non-living absorb energy. All the information is present in the energy of objects which can be obtained by tuning to it in meditative state of mind. So, if the owner of the watch is missing, some information can be obtained from the watch using extra sensory perception or psychometry. However, since most of us live busy and hectic lives, we are almost blind to such information. Our over-dependence on television, electronic media is closing our minds to this extra sensory information.

Psychometry can be developed by little practice and patience. It requires a stable and peaceful mind. Regular meditation and positive thinking helps to keep us tune to our bodies and extra sensory information which the universe might be telling us. The information is available to all of us but most of us are just tuned out. When we focus on developing our intuitive skills by doing regular meditations, we might start on our journey into new world. Psychometry can be developed too just like physical muscles.

Psychometry is still treated with skepticism and doubt in this scientific world. However, many souls are looking for solutions to their personal problems and might end up developing intuitive skills and even psychometry. There is no black magic. It just depends on the user. When psychometry is used for helping and healing the world, it can be very significant in causing transformation on this planet. Missing children and missing objects can be found with in minutes. Let us use all our gifts and talents for the benefit of the society and humankind.

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      Ruchi Urvashi 5 years ago from Singapore

      Thanks GwennyOh for your feedback and voting. Yes, Psychometry is an interesting art to find lost objects.

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      GwennyOh 5 years ago from LaLa Land

      I enjoyed this article very much and voted it up. Thanks for sharing. I have tried psychometry. It's an amazing process!

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      Ruchi Urvashi 5 years ago from Singapore

      Thanks Rajan Jolly for your feedback. I am not aware about dowsing. Psychometry and dowsing might be similar in application as both help to find missing objects and people. Thanks for your insight and voting up.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Ruchi, psychometry seems somewhat like dowsing in this respect. Though used for locating underground water, oil, minerals etc dowsing is also used to locate missing people and objects.

      Interesting information. Thanks for sharing.

      Voted up and interesting.

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      Ruchi Urvashi 5 years ago from Singapore

      Thanks Ruchira, yes, psychometry is a beautiful art that is slowly gaining popularity and reaching to masses. I enjoy practicing intuitive skills and learning new skills, so here I am writing about this interesting art. Thanks for voting up.

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      Ruchi Urvashi 5 years ago from Singapore

      Cygnetbrown, thanks for your input. I truly admire people who are courageous to try and bring to use intuitive skills in their daily lives. Psychometry too can be developed and use in daily life. The world is full of possibilities and we need to keep our minds and eyes open.

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      Ruchira 5 years ago from United States

      wow...did not know about this art.

      Thanks for an enlightening hub, Ruchi.

      voted up as useful and interesting!

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      Cygnet Brown 5 years ago from Springfield, Missouri

      This is a very interesting topic and really the concept is not as spooky as it seems. I use the same concept, although much more elementary form of this, when I forget what I am doing. In order to remember, I go back to the spot where I thought of whatever it was in the first place and then I remember. In reading this article, I realize that we all have some ability to do this. We simply have to be open to the possibility


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