- have a terrible memory
- are disorganised
- are always losing things
- or have misplaced an object that is very special to you,
you may consider asking a psychic to help you find lost objects.
Can A Psychic Help You To Find Your Lost Objects? Or Can You Help Yourself?
Here I will share my thoughts on this, and my top tips on how you can use your own intuition and natural psychic abilities to find lost objects.
Personally, In the past I’ve been a little disorganised. I wasn’t that good at filing and putting things away. I do however, have an excellent memory and usually know which pile of ‘stuff’ things are in should I need them. I’m also highly intuitive and quite psychic so I have some skills that I employ to help me to find lost objects.
I frequently get calls, texts or emails from friends who have lost things and need some help. One evening my mum had lost a key, and text me to ask if I could pick up on where it was and from over 100 miles away. On an intuitive hunch I text her straight back with an answer. There it was, just where I’d said.
Some people are really good at this, especially children. I have many friends and family who will just ask the youngster where they think their glasses are (or anything else they have mislaid) and usually the kids just know.
Yes, there may be obvious explanations for these two examples: a) I know my mum and her habits. Maybe I could combine that with the fact that I was detached from the situation and therefore less panicked so the answer was clear to me
b) the kids may have been the last to ‘play’ with said object and therefore be responsible for it’s disappearance.
I do believe that a psychic or highly intuitive person could help you to find lost objects.
However, do you know a good psychic? Will they be available or will they charge you for their services every time you want to find out that the remote control is in the fridge – again, or that you dropped your mobile in the car boot while getting the shopping out?
Wouldn’t It Be Better To Be Able To Tap In to Your Intuitive Skills To Find Those Lost Objects Yourself?
By the way, other things that you can find with these skills (apart from lost objects) are;
- which book that recipe is in,
- to narrow down the search for something that has been misfiled
- or on occasions where you just don’t have the time to wade through boxes of filing or archiving to find what you need.
How do you go about finding lost objects yourself then?
Well, here are my top tips. Remember some of these elements do take practice so you might want to put in some time experimenting with them before you actually get to the point of needing to use them.
- Stop Looking and Relax – stop looking and go get a cuppa, breathe deeply and stop thinking about it. Seriously, sometimes we get ourselves so worked up and frustrated which means that a) we can’t always see what we are looking for – how many times you have found something in the place you looked 10 times? And b) we block any memory or intuition about what did with the blasted thing the last time we had it. I can’t tell you how many times I have given up looking for something, gone off and had a cup of tea and while I’ve been sat chilling out the answer has magically popped into my head as to where I left or last saw that lost object.
- Ask – This works really well for me but I have to be in a relaxed frame of mind, so this is a good follow-on from number 1 if no inspiration has come to you. I simply stand in the middle of a room, of the house, I close my eyes and say out loud ‘where are my car keys?’ Or, a few feet away from the bookshelf, ‘Which book is that article /recipe in?’. I then move, usually quite slowly, I turn, or walk, or reach out in whichever direction feels right to me. Every time I have done this I have gone straight to the lost object I am looking for.
- Visualisation – Relax and close your eyes. Focus on the lost object. Visualise how it looks or feels, the colour of it, how it is positioned. Focus right in on it so that the image in your mind is large, it fills the screen so to speak, you can’t see anything else. When you have a really clear picture in your head then slowly zoom out so you can start to see what is around it, what colours or objects are nearby, very slowly continue to zoom out in your mind until you have a good picture of where the object is. Given this information, where could it be that would be similar to this image? Go take a look and see if it is there, or close by.
- Dowsing – Using a pendulum is the easiest way to dowse (for most people at least). To do this, you can use a necklace, or gemstone, or put a weight of some sort – a ring for example, on to a piece of string or a necklace. (I’ve even used a polo mint.)
- Hold the pendulum in one hand a few inches above the palm of your other hand. You will need to orientate the pendulum so that you know the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ response that it gives you (I would suggest that you do this every time you start to dowse.)
- Ask in your mind or out loud a question that you know the answer to is ‘yes’ (for example, ‘is my name Helen?’). The pendulum will start to move either sideways, back and forth, clockwise or anti-clockwise. Make a note of what it does to indicate this ‘yes’ or positive response.
- Now ask a question that you know the answer to is ‘no’, for example, ‘am I a boy?’. Make a note of this negative or ‘no’ response.
- Now focus on the lost object that you are looking for. Really visualise it in your mind, or imagine holding it. Then ask the pendulum questions to narrow down where it could be. Remember they must be questions that can only be answered yes or no, and they will need to get more and more specific. Examples are: ‘Is it in the house?’ ‘Is it upstairs?’ ‘Is it in the bathroom/bedroom/kitchen etc.?’
- I would suggest validating answers by asking the opposite questions. So if you ask if the lost object is upstairs and you get a no, always then ask, ‘is it downstairs?’ Don’t assume, you would be surprised how accurate this process is but you have to ask the right questions and this is even more important when you are looking for something really small, like a piece of jewellery. You may get a negative to both these questions because your earring is actually on the landing or a stair halfway between the two.
- Always keep your focus on the lost object otherwise, if your mind wanders, you can get the wrong or confused answers.
- Once you know the positive response that you get from your pendulum, you can also dowse over maps of a geographical area, or a drawn-out map of your home, room, or garden while focussing on the essence or energy of the lost object.
How does dowsing work?
You might want to try this article on dowsing for more info
For more on dowsing and subjects like it, I have a psychic development collection of books and meditations available here and on amazon.
P.S.It may be that the ability to find lost objects in this way goes hand in hand with other psychic and intuitive development. In building up other abilities, when you lose something it’s easier for to find it if you’re already in tune with your intuition and trust myself. I guess what I’m saying is that it could be that finding lost objects in a psychic way is not a party trick in its own right but a perk of pursuing a more spiritual and intuitive path. But hey, you’ve gotta start somewhere so give it a go, good luck and have fun finding all of your lost objects!