How the Pendulum Works
Determining the “yes” and “no” Response:
Appropriate Types of Questions to Ask:
What the Pendulum can be Used For:
* Making a Choice of any kind. (Do I want to travel for my vacation or stay home?)
* Figuring out what is best to do. (Would it be better to keep my present job or look for a new job?)
* Figuring out how you really feel about something. (Do I want children in the near future?)
* Becoming more conscious of who someone is inside, to know his motivation, his compatibility with you.
* Determining your probability of success in a situation.(Do I have what it takes to complete this course?)
* Finding the cause of physical symptoms. (Is my diet causing my migraines?)
* Determining what foods or vitamins to take. (Would it be good for me to double my Vitamin C intake?)
* Determining what is causing an allergic reaction. (Am I lactose intolerant?)
* Prospecting for water, oil, treasure. (Is there gold over here?)
* Finding missing people or pets, or lost objects. (Is my key under the bed?)
You can even use the pendulum with a map. Put the pendulum over a small area of the map and ask “Is Bowser here”?, and narrow it down in this way. Part of the knowledge that comes with experience in working with the pendulum is learning to sometimes start with broad questions, and then narrow them down.
Doing Pendulum Readings for Others:
Until you have had a lot of experience with the pendulum, do NOT try to use it to get information for someone else.
There are ways to do this but it is difficult because the information comes from inside the person using the pendulum, and in order to use the pendulum on behalf of someone else, you have to be very tuned into the other person. Anyone can use the pendulum for himself, but few can use it for others. So don’t do pendulum readings. Instead, make it a personal tool for yourself.
Things that can Cause an Incorrect Response from the Pendulum:
* Poor communication. (inaccurate phrasing) The most important thing is how you phrase the question. For example, don’t just ask “Is this water good for me”?” Be more accurate: Good in what way? The water may have both good and bad aspects. For example, you may be extremely thirsty, so the water is good for replenishing your body fluids, but the water could be tainted and later give you diarrhea. So state the question more clearly such as “Will this water serve my highest and greatest good?”
* Asking questions that are too general: Don’t ask general questions such as “Is Mary healthy?” Rather ask specific questions such as “Is Mary’s diet causing her health problems?”
* Being tired.* Forcing the situation. Using the pendulum even though the time or cir*****stances may not be right.
* Being off Center: Feeling mentally or emotionally out of balance. You need to be in the right frame of mind.
* Focusing too heavily on the pendulum itself, and not enough on the information inside you.
* Being too close to high frequency electrical equipment (operate at least 3 ft from a TV or computer screen).
Important Things to Remember:
* As long as you keep your sights on the fact that you are the pendulum, that your subconscious mind is really providing the answers, you avoid making the tool more important than the consciousness behind it.
* Keep your pendulum in a safe and special place to help maintain your vibration on, in and through the pendulum.
* It is better if you don’t allow other people to handle your pendulum. You want to keep it as much in tune with your vibration as possible. (If you do let other people handle your pendulum, the worst that can happen is that you may have to re-establish the yes/no response.)
* The number one reason for inaccurate pendulum reading is vague and faulty wording of the question.
* The number two reason is your psychological state, the thoughts, emotions, feelings, images, desires, hope, wishes, etc. that vibrate in and through your psyche. These things can influence the answer.
* The third source of pendulum inaccuracy is lack of patience. Approach the pendulum one day at a time. Watch, wait, see and try again.
* Inaccuracy occurs when there is lack of concentration. Practice focusing on the questions until you are able to concentrate and hold your attention steady during the time you are working with your pendulum.
* In the beginning there is a tendency to consult the pendulum every time you have to make a decision. At that point the pendulum stops being a tool for cultivating intuitive perception and starts becoming a mental-emotional-spiritual crutch. Do not depend on it to the exclusion of your own common sense.
* The pendulum is not designed to predict the future. This is because future events are not set in stone, but are determined by people’s free will. It is only possible to predict the future to the extent that you know what future choices people are most likely to want to make. A pendulum can help you predict future events only to the extent that you yourself understand what the possibilities are. In other words, it can help you select among the possibilities you are already aware of. But when other people’s choices are part of the possibilities, free will comes in and increases the variables to the extent that it becomes impossible to predict what people will choose to do.
* Use the pendulum wisely to develop awareness, perception and intuition. These skills of consciousness are within and only need to be brought out through repeated use. The pendulum is only one way to help bring them out.