Psychometry is clairvoyance applied to an object, when you do psychometry on a object you gain impressions related to its history. Psychometry is great skill for psychic detective or psychic counsellor, if a psychic detective had to investigate the murder case involving O.J Simpson, she would have had great fun receiving psychic impressions from the now infamous gloves.
Sensitive people with emphatic skill are good candidates to develop psychometry easily.
Sonia Choquette author of The Psychic Pathway recommends that someone who want to develop psychometry start to pay more attention to the world around, for many people the days are the same no they aren’t , during a rainy day the colors of things aren’t the same, the air doesn’t feel the same, each day is different in term of feelings, colors, impressions, this is something to be noticed also many people don’t pay much attention to the area they live but if they would pay more attention , they will start to notice each day things they have never seen in their neighbourhood. I personally started to pay more attention and I noticed a lot of things I never knew existed in my neighbourhood such as a house with the windows on the top floor made of beautiful mosaic or buildings having unconventional architecture, I have noticed that someone has a statue made of metal of a man on a bike on the balcony of his top floor, I never noticed these things before and I have been living in the same area for more than 5 years.
Paying attention is the very first step to develop psychometry.
Now it doesn’t take much to train yourself to develop psychometry skill.
Takes a few objects and tape or digital recorder, take objects may be from your friends or from your family , you will be able to make verification with them if your impressions were correct. Make sure they share your interest in psychic development and that they agree to dig in their private life.
Relax yourself to the point your mental chatter is reduced, slow deep breathes can help here. Try to be emotionally neutral. The clearer you are the less chance you have to mix your own thoughts with the impressions.
Take one of the object and note impressions you receive, describe them in the tape recorder. This technique of describing out loud your impressions prevent you to mental chat thus ruining the object reading, with the tape recorder you are in a sense keeping yourself focused on the job to be done.
Usually the first impressions will be the right ones and like Gerald O Donnell says they come in rapid burst of information