Pendulum dowsing is an ancient art of accessing information
not available to us through the use of our senses.
dowsing pendulum consists of a weight suspended on a flexible string, chain, etc. Any such
combination will give radiesthetic (dowsing) reaction in the hand of a
"sensitive" person. (In my opinion, only a very small percentage of people don't
get any reaction, even after basic training.)
Why there are so
many different pendulums? I think it's a matter of a personal preference, one
dowsing pendulum is more suitable for one task, another one is more sensitive then others, some have special
qualities that make dowsing tasks easier.
divide dowsing pendulums into 2 major groups - simple pendulums and pendulums with their own
radiation (shape or form radiation). Majority of pendulums fell into the first group -
conical, ball-shape, teardrop, spiral, made out of brass, copper, crystal, wood, ceramics,
etc. The second group requires more attention to detail, as variations in their shape may
affect the strength and vibration rate. Osiris, Isis, Karnak, Universal Pendulum
belong to this group.
One could classify pendulums according to their intended use, e.g. pendulums
used for healing specific illnesses, pendulums
for adjusting chakras,
teleradiesthesia (distance healing, map dowsing), etc. All in all - it's like
driving chevette or cadillac - both will take you from point A to point B, the
difference is in the comfort of the ride.
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Programming Pendulum's Response
We can approach this in two ways: one - just ask to be shown a pendulum response
for "yes" and "no". This is preferred method as each of us is different.
Just ask: "what is my pendulum movement for "yes" answer" and the pendulum will
start moving certain way. It could be clockwise or counterclockwise rotation,
back and forth or sideways. Do the same for a "no" answer. Try to remember it
and stick to it.
The other method is to "force" certain movement - e.g. back and forth for "yes"
and sideways movement for a "no" answer.
Asking Dowsing Questions
Your question needs to be in a form that your subconscious mind will understand
and interpret correctly.
The subconscious mind is like a child and you need to be fairly precise in
formulating your questions so there is no double meaning or room for wrong
For example you don't ask: "Is this vitamin good?" as it's much too general. You
can ask: "Will this vitamin benefit my body now?". The "now" is a very important
part as your body's need do change.
You can test many different vitamins and supplements that way to find out which
are the most appropriate for you at the time of asking.
Pendulum dowsing is a
wonderful technique to master.
Using Dowsing Charts
Say you found out you need a particular supplement, now you need to know how
much you need at a time and how often, also how long should you take it.
The best way of checking that is by using a dowsing chart. Dowsing chart could
be a half circle or even a line with numbers or different "scenarios".
The most common chart is a percentage chart, from zero to a 100.
To use a dowsing chart like the one above - simply ask a question and place
the pendulum over the center of the chart. It will start swinging around the
half-circle till it stops pointing to a number. That number is the answer to
When dowsing events that will take place in the future - it is the best to use
probability rather than a particular outcome as there are many variables that
may change it.
When using pendulum dowsing it's critical
to remain neutral to the outcome.