Use techniques for finding objects in order to locate information from sources like inscriptions, books, or newspapers. While trying to locate the source of information, remember to concentrate on a belief that what is found will have the desired information. Source types are not limited to paper media; even radios or televisions may be watched or listened to, and computer search engines and file systems also may produce results.
A huge drawback of this technique is that considerable complications arise if an additional or a follow-up question emerges, which may cause the practitioner to have to stop and repeat the searching process.
The upside to this technique is that if a practitioner has problems communicating with animate objects, this technique can temporarily serve as a reasonable alternative.