Developing your psychometric senses (from the Touch series by Laurie Stolarz)

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Directions on how to bring your own psychometric senses to fruition by Camelia Hammond

1. Make yourself comfortable in a place that feels "sacred" to you. For some it's outside, surrounded by nature; for others it's a favorite chair or surrounded by candles; for me, it's wherever I'm doing pottery.

2. Close your eyes and concentrate on your breath, letting go of any stray or nervous thoughts.

3. Now, take an object in your hand. A good idea is to have someone give you something they've owned for a long time, i.e. a favorite bracelet or a set of keys.

4. Close your eyes again and concentrate on this object. Be aware of any thoughts or feelings that come about as a result of holding this object. Talk those ideas through, even if they seem silly or insignificant, but never make information up.

Remember, this takes practice and a bit of experimenting. The goal is to begin tuning in to your own inner awareness and your ability of perception. What works for me is saying a question aloud in my head, and then sculpting out the answer – using my power of touch in a creative and organic way.

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