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Ghosts have a bad reputation as entities to be avoided at all costs, but in some cases, they can be a source of insight and wisdom. Those who choose to summon ghosts may benefit from this insight, provided they handle the process in the correct fashion.
Prepare to Communicate With the Spirit World
Purchase a thermometer. Some report that paranormal activity is marked by a sudden drop in temperature, and a thermometer will serve to immediately alert you to such a shift.
Choose a spirit with whom you wish to communicate. As is the case with living, it's easiest to reach out to the dead if you're able to address them by name.
Obtain a video camera. As you summon ghosts, you may doubt some of the things you've seen and experienced after they occur. Use of a video camera can provide proof of what transpired for your benefit and the benefit of others.
Summon and Communicate With Ghosts
Begin with a blessing. Ask your higher power to guide and protect you in your efforts.
Clear your mind. Relax, breathing in through your nose and out through your mouth. This well help get your senses attuned and ready for your paranormal adventure.
Start recording the events using a video camera.
Summon the spirit you wish to reach. Address it by name, and request its presence. Continue this process until you observe a response.
Understand that one form of response involves a temperature change, so keep a thermometer nearby to keep track of this. The spirit's response may also take the form of tapping. Finally, the spirit may make its presence known by sending you an ache related to the way in which it died (for example, if communicating with someone who died via hanging, you may experience an ache in the neck).
Make sure you've reached the spirit you intended to reach by having it identify itself. Say its name and ask it to tap once or twice to confirm its presence.
Ask the spirit the questions you want answered, using the tapping sequence established in the previous step to identify "yes" and "no" responses.
End the experience with courtesy. Thank the spirit for its time and tell it to go in peace.