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When you mean to bind yourself to this object, do you mean to say that you will be binding your soul, heart or mind?
Possible results of binding:
Binding of the soul - Possibly the most powerful as you would be tied to the object. For example, should you die, the part of your soul that lives in your body would join the part that lives in the soul-bound object (also known as a phylactery). A phylactery may be any item, the plainer and less expensive-looking the better, think of Lord of the Rings, and how Sauron uses a plain gold ring to bind his soul to.
Binding of the heart - You would feel through the object and it would pass its senses to you. For example, should someone touch the object, you could feel them and they may in turn transfer feelings from them to you and you to them.
Binding of the mind - You would gain the knowledge of the object. The objects properties and past would become clearer to you. For example, it would be useful to store memories into the object this way by thinking them away into the object. It could be used as a library or storage facility and could be extremely useful to add much knowledge to, for example a book (Grimoire) would be an excellent object choice, as the notes within the Grimoire may help organize the memories.