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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Psychometry

"...from my experience, more than half the people I have read, put on a 'mask' in their daily lives."



Psychometry is the art of reading the history of physical objects or messages they convey of their owners by holding the object in one's hand and concentrating. I have learned how to do this by myself gradually over the last year.
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After I have started my habit of meditation and Reiki four years ago, I have become more sensitive to vibrations of my surroundings. I feel vibes in the form of heat, pain or tingling sensations on my palms, pulsations on my third eye (between my eye brows) or sometimes capturing the exact feelings of the person I am reading. True empathy! :) In other words, my body can work like a radio that can play a different programme according to the different signals received. Actually, many of you have experienced this already, for instance, the change in the moods of a group of people just after the mere appearance of a cranky person in a room.
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Of course, my new found ability has attracted some of my friends and I have now often become their after-dinner entertainment. Usually, they will line up their business name cards for me to read and to tell them what I can find out about them. Literally, I will hold the name card, relax, feel the vibes and 'listen' to what the vibrations mean. If I am physically relaxed, I can interprete better, being mentally still, physically free from pains and ailments of my own, I can then be sure that whatever other new mental or physical sensations I get would be a signal from the person I am reading.
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However, there are also times when I could feel the vibes but not sure of what they really mean, as they appear weak and did not translate clearly to physical or mental sensations. At the moment of writing, I still cannot tell whether the vibes that I read are of the past, present or future. I am still learning. Like any other skills, practice makes perfect and I am learning to improve it everyday.

Perhaps it will be more interesting if we get straight into some cases I have come across:
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Case 1, Thumby (not his real name):
I was only introduced to Thumby a few minutes before holding his name card. At that point, I didn't know anything about him. He is my friend's colleague.
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As I held the business card of Thumby, I felt that he had heart pulpatations and heavy breathing. I asked Thumby if he was sickly, but he replied he wasn't. Next, I specifically asked if he had heart problems, which he said, "No". I then checked the vibes again and confirmed the vivid heart pulpatations. I felt the pulpatations inside my body, as if they were mine. So, I reiterated that he must have some heart problems. He again denied. Puzzled, I checked it once again and got the same result.
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In the end, I told him that despite what he had said, I was certain that he had heart problems. Perhaps seeing that I was adamant and confident, he relented and confessed with a grin that he actually had thyroid problems and it had affected his heart.
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I don't know what his reasons for denying his medical condition were, but I was glad I wasn't affected by his defence and putting up of a false front. This taught me that to do psychic readings accurately, one must be still and unwavered - always trusting the vibes. Vibrations cut through all the planes of existence and they don't lie. Actually, as a result of playing around with psychometry, I have learned to be a more objective, confident and peaceful person.
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Case 2: Cindy, Danny and Howard (not their real name)
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I met Cindy, Danny and Howard for the first time in a chill out session among friends at Loof ( a cool roof top wine bar in the heart of town in Singapore). When Cindy extended her hand to greet me and introduced herself as "Cindy", somehow I heard her family "Tay" in my mind. As a reflex, I completed her introduction by saying, "...Tay, Cindy Tay", before I realised that I shouldn't have done that because that can start her wondering how I knew.
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As it did, she started quizzing me as to how I knew. I was caught off-guard, and tried to get away with it by giving some lame excuse that it was a wild guess and that I was just lucky at that instance. That didn't convince her and she pressed on to ask if I were psychic, which I tried to avoid answering her directly until she insisted that I get straight to the point. Not wanting to lie, I told her I don't know exactly what a psychic was supposed to be, but I can pick up messages every now and then.
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Curious, she started asking what I could do and before long, I was reading her name card. While holding her name card, I read that she was an expressive girl, had back pains especially on the right side of her neck and shoulders due to pushing and clicking the computer mouse too frequently. I also told her that she seemed to be a little apprehensive about her job for some reason. She was impressed about the back pains, but said that I had probably observed that she was chatty and had guessed that she was 'expressive'. This is a common occupational hazard facing sceptics. :) Though agreeable that she was outwardly expressive and one may not need to be psychic to tell that, I had interpreted that entirely from the vibes. Specifically, i felt a lot of energy at her throat.
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Next, she defended that she didn't think that she had any fears at work and if she did, it won't be any different from the common fears anyone would have on their jobs. I didn't think so, as her fears were evident and distinct. Anyway, I shrugged it off and said that, as bizarre as it was to me, that was what I read. Then, after some other small talk, she came back and admitted that she actually was apprehensive at work, because she had just got into a new job in a bank.
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*Sigh* It seems that while many people are interested enough to ask me to read their vibes from their name cards, they are not open enough to admit that what I read are right and give me the honest feedback willingly. How strange! In fact, from my experience, more than half the people I have read, put on a 'mask' in their daily lives. When I tell this to people, the more sinister friends of mine would add that it is much more than half, probably everyone! :)
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Next, I read Cindy's boyfriend, Danny. To my surprise, Danny is such a relaxed and easy going person. Very relaxed mind. In fact, he is so relaxed, he doesn't even think a lot. Definitely not the intellectual type. Therefore the back pains that I detected must be as a result of accidents and not that of mental stress. He was stunned when I mentioned that. Then, I detected his dexterity of fingers and figured that he is a Do-It-Yourself person, good in handyman work and enjoys making things. Again bingo for that!
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Next, I read Howard. I told Howard that he is a sportive person and if he plays golf, since I sensed the vibes in both his fore arms and biceps. In which he replied that he doesn't play golf, but plays tennis. This is strange, but why the sensation of two active arms? Which he replied that it is because he is quite a dab hand in tennis and could swap hands during play when required. Then suddenly, I felt myself gasping for air - I couldn't breathe properly. I must be feeling Howard's breathlessness, which was surprising because he is supposed to be a sportive person; and therefore I infer, a healthy person. Very quickly, Howard showed me his asthma inhaler. Viola! That was why! From this exercise reading Howard, I have sharpened my skills of learning how to tell what kind of sports people play just from the sensing their muscle movements.
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Psychometry is fun! I would like to continue playing around and experimenting with it. As I said, practice makes perfect. There are also obvious advantages that come along. One of them is that I can know a little bit more about people when I meet them for the first time. I get to understand them better and avoid getting into behaviours or topics that are objectionable to them. It has also made me a more patient and understanding person, and definitely a less angry one, as it's harder to get angry when what you already know some of the things that are coming up. In other words, I get hints about what is going to happen before the commotion strikes. :) As I have said above, many people put on a 'mask' in their daily lives. People do not usually behave in their true self. They like to put on a false front either consciously or sub-consciously and live in a state of denial. Psychometry helps me to see through that.
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Note to all psychics reading: Do get in touch! Drop a comment to share. It will be great to learn from you all gifted ones out there. Thanks.

3 comments:

Ronnie said...

whilst it's good to have knowledge about subject matters & vibes of human natures, revealing that you have a lot of knowledge or vibes about them may be intimidative instead..

jupilier said...

I've thought about that, but then it is also important to be spontaneous. As long as the intention is pure, it shouldn't intimidate. :)

Ronnie said...

the fact that you (& nowadays, most people are quite aware of that) know people are putting on masks, goes to show that this is a pointless and futile exercise...they are merely attempting unsuccessfully to mask their inadequacies with "protectionist" behaviours they've learned with the hopes that this will get them ahead or prevent themselves from getting hurt.

Attempts to hide one's real self behind a false persona will tend to fail because inconsistencies in his daily actions & behaviour in the end will reveal his true self anyway...Time will tell if he's hiding behind a mask, but i don't really care, as long as it's not an evil mask or the man behind mask doesn't harm others, it doesn't really matter actually...