I'll remind you (again, and preemptively) to please be conscious of your attitude on the site. You ask for no skeptics, and so you should expect them to post. It looks very silly.
In regards to your post: The best way to read others is to be in tune with the people around you. To develop your empathy like any other skill, you have to practice it frequently. Don't be afraid to feel your own emotions; know what fear is, anger, love, sadness, etc. This will help you to recognize these feelings in others.
Obviously, I'll suggest meditation. Cleanse and align your chakras often, and practice consciously initiating a connection with someone, and then closing it; come to intimately know what these feel like.
Physical contact may help. Try getting some friends to practice on. You can try a "touch" and "no touch" group... like a science experiment. Physical contact would create a very straightforward and concrete connection between you and the person you're trying to read, but some people don't like to be touched and this could effect the reading. Just practice, practice, practice. Maybe keep a journal to try and keep track of your progress, hits/misses, and general experience with reading.