Finding Lost Objects – Location/Remote Viewing

By Pascale: In the last article, we explored the Wheel of Fortune and the elements of earth, air, fire and water to enable you to manifest an intention through the use of an overview of tools and methods so that your freewill, in combination with the Universe, would reflect back to you that very intention, and bring your dreams, your goals and aspirations into your reality.

Today, we will look at a much more specific way to manifest an intention to help you find lost objects at various locations, from inside your home to half way across the world. This is also referred to, in part, as remote viewing.  I believe it offers a fascinating perspective on some psychic skills and how to use them.  Having an open mind and a willingness to explore is all that is necessary to experiment locating objects. Described here are mostly a few ways to locate a lost object, but these methods don’t negate any other psychic skills and tools to achieve the same result.  For example, one could use angels, coffee cups, reading runes, a specific talent in echo location (you may be related to a bat;)), etc. to find a missing object.

Lost objects


As with any psychic experiment, some practice is needed. Firstly, meditation is of the essence.  With each of the following examples, a meditative state will be needed before starting on your quest to locate a lost object.  It needn’t be a lengthy meditation, but one that would last a good ten to fifteen minutes, especially if you are new to meditation.  The meditation itself will be one of your own choosing, one that enables a state of profound relaxation and emptying your mind. There are many available on social media or as apps.  

Below are three different examples for finding object:

  1. Practicing finding an object:

Get a friend/family member to hide an object in your house, say a key for example, and to write down its location on a piece of paper. You will need a pen and paper too. Meditate. Once you are in a strong meditative state, that ‘zone’ where no thought can come to disrupt your peace, set an intention, where you say (either internally or aloud): “Show me where the key is” one or more times, and aim to remain in that relaxed state.  Let the images, the shapes, the lines, the size and even the sensations, the sounds, the colors, or taste (there may be food in the room where the object is hidden), come to you even if superficial. Once you have even the strangest shapes forming in your mind’s eye, outline those on paper and more may still be coming; let your hand roam freely if it feels right. If necessary, repeat this last process of ‘asking to be shown’ a couple of times until you have sufficient outline on paper and you are in a position to search for the object. The process may be frustrating at first, but as with anything in life, progress will be achieved if you persist. This can be a fun filled experiment and could be surprised at your own abilities, should you be willing to explore the field. Some of you may find yourselves gifted with finding lost objects, though you needn’t be gifted to get results and as always, practice very often makes perfect.  

  1. Location

This field is extremely vast but we will focus on experimenting the idea of a specific location using a picture. Get a friend to select the picture/drawing of a location that could be where that friend is, or a country side, a beach, a city, a monument. Then, ask your friend to copy that picture onto an image/photo and have it ready to be displayed to you or sent to you by text/email once the experiment is over, for comparison.  

The experiment will have you meditate, as in point one earlier, and once you reach a strong meditative state, that ‘zone’ where no thought can come to disrupt your peace, set an intention, where you gently talk either within or aloud saying: “Show me the location” and once again, try and visualize shapes, lines, shades if any. Once the image has become clearer to you, draw it onto a piece of paper and once you are satisfied there is nothing more you can add, you will then want to add some more to it using another process: tapping your pen gently on the paper repeat, “show me” or “show me more” and add to the shapes/drawing that are already there, letting your hand and pen roam freely and be guided in this way. Remember to keep that relaxed state in combination with an open mind. Once you are done, compare the picture and drawing with your friend and let yourself be surprised (don’t be discouraged by failed attempts, it is only part of a learning process). This particular method is the one that fascinates me the most.

You can do this verbally also, if you want to experiment with visualizing a place, such as an old house that no longer exists but is still present in the mind of a grand-parent for example, though this method brings a different focus. Whatever you decide to try, enjoy!

  1. Bringing back the memory of an object’s location, object which you last saw in your home (as an example) recently but which you can’t find, no matter where you look.

Clearly, you will be able to use a combination of the techniques described earlier but this is a slightly different approach as it involves memory first, then intuition if necessary or wished. Now, excluding a memory suddenly resurfacing, the idea is to once again meditate or initiate a relaxed state and set your intention. Then, let yourself be guided by your own deeper memory or subconscious memory where you brain knows the location of the object but you are not aware of it, as odd this may sound. Go to the room where you believe you last saw or put that object, and revisit where it may be, and if this fails, don’t let the frustration of not finding it get to you and try another room, let your hand and your eyes roam free at times until you find it, be it within a few minute, to the next day or week.

With that same process, you could also make it even easier by not focusing on the search itself but by merely setting the intention: get into the meditation, set your intention to find the object’s forgotten location on the same day for example. With this method, you are asking your subconscious memory to enable the act of finding the lost object without much of a conscious effort on your part. This method works well too, as often the simple turn of your head in the right direction will bring the forgotten object directly in your field of vision, or your hand to reach that object as you are reaching out for something else, for example.  

Ultimately, you can combine any of those experiments, and stretch them as far as your imagination allows, to help you locate lost objects anywhere in the world: a long lost misplaced piece of jewelry, a lost plane, a stolen car… 


Good luck! 

Love, Light and Blessings,


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