The history of pendulum divination can be traced back over 5,000 years to the ancient Orient. The pendulum is an instrument used for divination.
Pendulums promote healing with the process of Dowsing which seeks out invisible energies. This connects people to higher energies spiritually and can help locate any blocks in energy.
They are used as a form of reflection by asking questions to receive guidance, awareness, and understanding.
Balancing one’s chakras is also possible with pendulums, as pendulums tend to pick up on subtle vibrations to clear the body and balance mind, body, and spirit.
How to use your pendulum.
When you ask your pendulum a question it will either swing back and forth, side to side or in a clockwise or counter-clockwise circle. If your pendulum doesn’t move, then the pendulum either doesn’t know the answer or is unwilling to give you the answer. Try phrasing the question differently or wait a while before asking again.
It’s important to establish what is “yes” and what is “no” with your pendulum. Most of the time, if the answer to your question is “no,” the pendulum will swing from side to side.
To begin using your pendulum, rest your elbow on the table and hold your pendulum so that it can swing freely. Hold the pendulum as still as possible. Say (aloud or to yourself) “Show me yes.” In a few moments, your pendulum will begin to swing in one of the directions described above. After you have obtained the direction for yes, use your other hand to stop the pendulum’s movement. Then say (again, aloud or to yourself) “Show me no.” Soon, the pendulum will show you the direction indicating the direction for a “no” answer.
Above is an example of a pendulum chart that you can use for basic divination.
How it works is simple…
- Hold the pendulum over the centre circle.
- Ask a question, and wait to see what the pendulum indicates.